Amazing Landscapes of New Zealand

by Rianne Ojeh on 10 March 2014, 15:03PM Amazing Landscapes of New Zealand When you’re travelling New Zealand, it’s the natural attractions that put the magic in your trip. New Zealand seems to have it all! You will see things here that you won't see anywhere else in the world. From snowy mountains, volcanic plateaus and delectable beaches to remote hiking trails, fiords, wilderness lakes and so much more. Islands Shrouded in forest or speckled with farms and holiday homes, islands have a special charm that kicks in the moment you step ashore. Not counting the North and South Islands, the largest island is Rakiura - known to most as Stewart Island. This southern paradise is home to New Zealand’s newest national park. It’s a place for hiking, bird watching and star gazing. Other islands devoted to the protection of wildlife include Kapiti,...
An Agent's View of Dubai

An Agent's View of Dubai

One of the most popular destinations amongst Travelbag customers and travel consultants alike, Dubai is also one of the most exciting and luxurious cities in the world.  With frequent routes from all of the UK’s major airports, you also have the choice of flying into Dubai and Abu Dhabi International Airports, the latter offering regular 45min shuttles from arrivals right into Dubai ci...
by Priscilla Soondrum on 23 December 2013, 11:12AM



A Cultural Odyssey in Florida

A Cultural Odyssey in Florida

Peter Morrell finds that there is a lot more to the Sunshine State than beaches and theme parks with a host of attractions sure to satisfy the most avid culture vulture.I went on a remarkable journey of discovery recently in the Sunshine State of. Starting in Tampa, the road trip saw me eight days and more than 500 miles later in Miami. My mission was to find out how much culture Florida had to of...
by Peter Morrell on 02 December 2013, 11:12AM



Winter fun in Quebec

Winter fun in Quebec

At less than 7 hours from the UK and with only a 5 hour time difference, Québec is a great place to visit this winter, for either a short shopping break or a more extended break.  You can have fun in the snow, enjoy various festivals, go to an ice hotel, go ice fishing and go to a snow park.  If you fancy being more adventurous, there are plenty of places to go that are within eas...
by Liza McAvoy on 12 November 2013, 10:11AM



Experience Darwin with Malaysia Airlines

Experience Darwin with Malaysia Airlines

Travellers looking for an authentic, off the beaten track experience Down Under would do well to explore Australia’s Top End. The eclectic cultural mix of Northern Territory’s capital city Darwin, lush monsoon forests, expansive national parks teeming with unique wildlife and abundance of Aboriginal art and ancient rock galleries make it a must for adventurous souls. Until now, flight...
by Terri McCollin on 24 October 2013, 09:10AM



Swimming with whale sharks

Swimming with whale sharks

Everyone asks if it’s scary, swimming with a whale shark. Thrilling, yes, squeal-inducing, of course but there is also something really serene about gliding through the water with these giant fish. Aussie rules are quite strict when it comes to wildlife tours and only 10 people are allowed in the water at any time, so it is easy to find yourself swimming alongside a 23ft whale shark in Ninga...
by Elen Thomas on 16 October 2013, 10:10AM



We asked 1,000 Brits to name a famous Mexican

We asked 1,000 Brits to name a famous Mexican

If you had to name one famous Mexican, whom would you choose? We posed this question to 1,000 Brits using Google’s Consumer Surveys, and the results were mixed, to say the least!The Centaur of the North, Pancho Villa, topped the results, but just 0.1% behind the Mexican revolutionary was no other than Speedy Gonzales! The Looney Toon came a close second in our poll, with 7.6% of Brits voti...
by Travelbag on 24 September 2013, 09:09AM



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



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