Lynda's Mauritius

Lynda's Mauritius

Lynda Brindle is a Sales Consultant based in our Chester office and attended a recent Fam trip to Mauritius. Here she reports on one of the days activities and hotel visits.   The Black Gorges National Park & Movenpick Hotel The South of Mauritius is by far the most lush, mountainous and scenic, with some incredible beaches. We were privileged to explore not only the scenery but the ri...
by Lynda Brindle on 30 March 2012, 16:03PM



Marvel at Mauritius

Marvel at Mauritius

At Travelbag we pride ourselves in having the most knowledgeable consultants on hand to put together your dream tailor-made holiday. Our staff have travelled the world to ensure that they can give you recommendations based on first hand experiences.We regularly send staff on what are known as ‘Familiarisation trips’, where they will inspect each of the hotels we sell in the area, as we...
by Kerry Turner on 30 March 2012, 12:03PM



Queen’s Jubilee Escapes with Travelbag

Queen’s Jubilee Escapes with Travelbag

With the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations this year, comes an additional bank holiday on Tuesday 5th June, following the May bank holiday which has been moved to Monday 4th June. Travelbag, the tailor-made travel expert, is encouraging people to take advantage of this and book the following three days off work, giving you a whole weeks holiday, without digging too deep into your annual leave all...
by Anna Streatfeild on 29 March 2012, 14:03PM



Top 10 Gold Coast

Top 10 Gold Coast

Top 10 things to see and do on Australia’s Gold Coast   Q1 Building The 323 metre Q1 Building is not only one of the Gold Coast’s most iconic landmarks, it is also recognised across Australia. The tallest residential building in the world until recently, the Q1’s location on the beachfront ensures spectacular unbroken views across the Pacific Ocean, the coastline and the ...
by on 28 March 2012, 17:03PM



MALAYSIA- A TWITCHERS PARADISE

MALAYSIA- A TWITCHERS PARADISE

Malaysia has an incredible diversity of birds for visitors to spot owing to its ranking among the world’s 12 mega biodiverse countries. Over 185 migrant birds visit Malaysia each year and there are about 570 bird species residing permanently in the misty forests and swampy mangroves, 52 of which are endemic to Borneo such as the Bornean Wren Babbler and 4 endemic to Peninsular Malaysia. Ther...
by Flo Powell on 15 March 2012, 16:03PM



Vietnam's Best Beaches

Vietnam's Best Beaches

For a long time Vietnam’s fabulous beaches were something of a hidden secret, a knowing wink between those fortunate enough to have discovered something akin to its more famous south-east Asian counterpart Thailand, albeit without the reputation, the crowds and the vigorous tourist development.However, with great quality comes eventual notoriety and the secret is out about Vietnam, its splen...
by Ollie Barstow on 23 February 2012, 16:02PM



Melbourne- a Jewel in Australia's Crown

Melbourne- a Jewel in Australia's Crown

While Sydney has its landmarks and icons, Melbourne’s attractions are less superficial, its developed cultural scene establishing the city as Australia’s home for excellence in art, music, cuisine, nightlife, fashion and design, while festivals celebrating anything and everything are a frequent occurrence, all contributing to a strong reason why you should include Melbourne on any holi...
by Ollie Barstow on 23 February 2012, 15:02PM



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