Luxury Maldives

Luxury Maldives

As one of the largest resorts in the Maldives, it is easy to see why LUX* Maldives has become one of Travelbag.co.uk’s most popular five-star choices for both families and couples. Surrounded by turquoise waters and golden sands, LUX* Maldives makes a bold impression as you step onto the jetty, a first contact complemented by friendly staff who are only too happy to get you check-in and set...
by David Coupe on 28 June 2013, 18:06PM



Beautiful Barbados

Beautiful Barbados

Barbados is well-known for its celebrity visitors, who enjoy the year-around sunshine and pristine beaches. However, no matter what your budget or style, you are sure to enjoy a great holiday that suits you on this beautiful island. Matthew Mitchell, sales consultant at Travelbag’s Chester branch reports back from a recent trip to the Caribbean. Having been to Barbados several times but n...
by Matthew Mitchell on 12 June 2013, 10:06AM



The Big 5 at Kariega Game Reserve

The Big 5 at Kariega Game Reserve

The Kariega Game Reserve is a beautiful and deceptively large Game Park nestled in the heart of the Eastern Cape of South Africa, just outside the seaside town of Kenton-on-Sea. Last week I spend a day on the reserve, and what a day it was!Even before entering the reserve I spotted a hippo, and during the short meander up to reception I saw blesbuck, zebra, impala and a massive tortoise – th...
by Helen Wright on 24 May 2013, 11:05AM



Perth's Stunning Sandy Beaches

Perth's Stunning Sandy Beaches

One spectacular beach sunset after another. Perth never disappoints. There's nothing like going for an afternoon swim followed by fish and chips for dinner on the beach as you watch the sunset. A classic Australian experience. Western Australia's coastline has some of the most unique beaches in the world, from the aptly named Shell Beach where the beach is made up entirely of shells to Lucky Bay ...
by Andrea Anastasakis on 03 May 2013, 14:05PM



Soaking Up the Stadium Atmosphere in New York

Soaking Up the Stadium Atmosphere in New York

Soaking Up the Stadium Atmosphere in New York   Tourists take holidays in New York for all sorts of reasons: the sightseeing, the museums, Broadway, the arts scene, nightlife, shopping. It’s all there for the taking in NYC and it’s little wonder that this City attracts over 45 million tourists a year.   But it’s not just retail therapy, musicals and culture that att...
by daniel dawson on 25 April 2013, 09:04AM



Las Vegas Rollercoasters

Las Vegas Rollercoasters

Vegas isn't just about the gambling, you know. While the shining bright lights of the strip attracts gamblers from the world-over with its promise of memorable late nights and big cash windfalls, it's also hard to miss the speed and intensity of the rides which litter the entrance ways and rooftops of many casinos. Roller coaster aficionados have long appreciated Vegas for its high concentration o...
by daniel dawson on 12 March 2013, 09:03AM



Sun City- South Africa

Sun City- South Africa

Samantha Wadasck, a consultant from our Alton branch reports back from her recent trip to South Africa I was really lucky to be chosen as one of the attendees on this year’s familiarisation trip to Sun City in South Africa. Myself and seven of my colleagues had four nights in this fantastic resort destination, located two hours drive from Johannesburg. It was the first time I’d been ...
by Samantha Wadasck on 21 November 2012, 10:11AM



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