How to Spend a Week in New South Wales

How to Spend a Week in New South Wales

Home to iconic Sydney, New South Wales is a must-visit on any trip Down Under. A south-eastern pocket of Australia, this vast state covers a whopping 800,000 square kilometres – so, unsurprisingly, there’s plenty to see. The glittering cities might be the most famous attractions but, beyond the urban jungles, you’ll find green-clad mountains, pin-striped vineyards and knockout ...
by Travelbag on 04 December 2019, 11:12AM



Spotting Tigers in Kanha National Park

Spotting Tigers in Kanha National Park

India is home to the majority of the world’s Bengal tigers. While still an endangered species, conservation efforts have led to an increase in the population. There are now a third more tigers in India than there were four years ago. While there are a number of tiger reserves across the country where you can spot these majestic beasts, Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh is one of the be...
by Travelbag on 02 December 2019, 10:12AM



Hawaii: The 50th State of Mind

Hawaii: The 50th State of Mind

Hawaii offers unparalleled natural beauty with all the creature comforts you expect from the USA. With year-round temperatures averaging 30 degrees, luxurious sandy beaches, thick rainforest and active volcanoes, it’s easy to see why Hawaii is one of the world’s top holiday destinations. Vicki Power selects the best islands to visit in this Pacific paradise. Oahu Oahu is the most p...
by Travelbag on 26 November 2019, 10:11AM



How to Spend 48 Hours in Auckland

How to Spend 48 Hours in Auckland

If you’re planning a holiday to New Zealand, chances are you’ll be flying in or out of Auckland. New Zealand’s biggest city, it’s a melting pot of art, culture and ocean views. Jo Gardner explains how to do it in a weekend. Day One Start the weekend right and make your stomach a priority. Head straight downtown and hunt out La Cigale – a French market that runs ev...
by Travelbag on 21 November 2019, 17:11PM



What to do in Western Australia

What to do in Western Australia

With its incredible weather, beautiful natural landscapes and buzzing cities, Australia’s undoubtedly one of the world’s best holiday destinations. While the East Coast has been known to hog the limelight, the West Coast is equally as impressive. Imogen Skipper from our Baker Street shop recently visited Western Australia and came back raving about it: “I had the best time ever...
by Travelbag on 18 November 2019, 10:11AM



Best Holiday Destinations for 2020

Best Holiday Destinations for 2020

There’s no time like the present to start planning your 2020 holiday. Even if you’re not thinking about going away until later in the year, booking in advance is a great idea. You’ll still have loads of choice when it comes flights and hotels, so you might be able to bag yourself a bargain. D'you know you definitely want to get away next year, but you're not sure where to go? ...
by Travelbag on 14 November 2019, 15:11PM



The Cook Islands: The Isles that Time Forgot

The Cook Islands: The Isles that Time Forgot

Fifteen small islands spread across two million square kilometres of brilliant blue ocean, the Cook Islands are the South Pacific’s best-kept secret. Loved by Hollywood legends but still perfectly peaceful, David Whitley explains why they make for the perfect South Seas escape.   Rarotonga Decision-making is never all that taxing in Muri, and largely consists of whether to swim acr...
by Travelbag on 12 November 2019, 09:11AM



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