Luxury Catered Ski Chalets in La Plagne


In the popular Savoie region, you will find the breathtaking French ski destination La Plagne. Set in the perfect location for snowy natural ski slopes, the whole area is surrounded by picturesque mountains as far as the eye can see. In fact, the entire valley is known as one of the most spectacular locations in Europe for skiing. The Paradiski area comprises of both La Plagne and Les Arcs, two neighbouring resorts forming a single ideal destination for ski holidays in France.

chaletOne of your best options if you’re considering staying here is to opt for luxury catered ski chalets, and La Plagne offers some of the best you’ll find. We’ve managed to locate some real hidden gems that are a little more traditional and different compared to the newer, tourist-focused accommodation you’ll find across most ski resorts. For example, Chalet Genepy is one of a handful of large Catered Ski Chalets which is large enough to accommodate up to 13 people. It’s right next to the ski lift which takes you right up to the ideal location for practising your skills, allowing you to ski all the way back down to your accommodation! This is the kind of thing we would recommend looking for to get the most out of your holiday in the region.

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France’s Beautiful Island of Corsica


If you’re a beach lover, then Corsica will definitely be one of the ideal places for you to go on vacation. Situated off the Western coast of Italy in Sardinia, this French territory is a brilliant location for both hikers and divers. It has sparkling waters packed full of sea life and an island with hilltop chalets, dense forests, tiny seaside villages, valleys, beaches, bays and mountains. It’s a beautiful Mediterranean hideaway for anyone that’d like a little break from reality and the chance to explore an environment that’s both totally new and stunning.

One of the biggest reasons why people visit Corsica is to take advantage of its amazing beaches. Grab yourself a place on the white sand in the sunlight, and take a swim in the ocean’s cool waters. Corsica is also home to the Fesch Meseum, a fine arts museum made by the uncle of Napoleon I, Cardinal Joseph Fesch, which is inclusive of a huge collection of Italian paintings from the likes of artists such as Bellini and Botticelli. Another great aspect of Corsica is that the city of Calvi is located just to the northwest coast, offering plenty of art galleries, shops, restaurants and cobblestone streets.

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Terrific Tunis: The Tunisian City with Plenty to See, Do, and Explore!

Tunis mosque
Oasis in Tunis, Africa
Oasis in Tunis, Africa

Its skyline is a mix of contemporary office blocks and some of the most iconic historic buildings in northern Africa; it’s this fusion of ‘old’ and ‘new’ which makes the Mediterranean metropolis one of the best places to visit in Tunisia. With a population of 2.4 million people, Tunis might sound like an enormous urban sprawl to those who have never visited. However, the city centre is remarkably compact. In fact, visitors will be able to explore the old town – famous for its mosques, museums, and galleries – by foot.

Getting there

There are multiple airlines offering connecting flights to Tunis from the UK, however we recommend flying with Tunisair as they offer non-stop flights. Some of the cheapest airports to fly from are London based, with London Heathrow offering both low cost and non-stop flights. If you’re flying from London Heathrow, there are many options available for airport parking including Meet & Greet, Valet and Long Stay. Alternatively, an airport transfer or chauffeur service can be a cost effective alternative.

Where to eat

Tunis is a food lover’s paradise, with restaurants, bars, and food stalls throughout the city. You’ll find an eatery to suit every lifestyle and budget, many of which serve international dishes and local produce. When you’re here, make sure try authentic Tunisian cuisine, which is often full of delicious herbs and spices; the seafood in Tunis is great too. Avenue Habib Bourguiba is one of the most popular hotspots in the city to grab a bite to eat.

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The Mysteries and Hidden Wonders Of Hyderabad


Hyderabad is the image of what most what dream about an old Indian city as being – full of narrow lanes packed with chai shops, markets, wandering animals, a huge array of colour, religions and languages along with beautiful old architecture that’s in differing states of repair. It is also home to two incredibly wealthy Muslim royal houses, the Asaf Jahs and the Qutb Shahs. This city of beautiful diamonds and pearls has left us a legacy of awe inspiring tombs, mosques and palaces.

The other side of Hyderabad is a lot younger – it’s hi-tech central and is found out towards the west, a location that’s pushed the city into the modern world since the 1990s. It’s filled to the brim with sleek restaurants, pubs, clubs, multiplexes and malls that are alongside the more traditional places such as teahouses and biryani joints.

Top 3 Places To Visit In Hyderabad:

The archways at the Qutub Shahi Tombs.
The archways at the Qutub Shahi Tombs.

1: Qutub Shahi Tombs

Currently one of the most visited historical sites in Hyderabad, the Qutub Shahi Tombs act as a resting ground for Hyderabad’s founding rulers. It’s the most majestic and authentic display of Pathan, Hindu and Persian architectural designs that’s loyal to the seven, 170-year rulers of Golconda. The tombs were built by the rulers themselves and are incredibly grandiose.

2: Shri Jagannath Temple

This is a modern day temple that’s been constructed by the local Oriya community. It’s a replica of Puri’s original temple with its housing of Lord Jagannath statues and statues for his siblings, Devi Subhadra and Lord Balabhadra.

3: Nehru Zoological Park

A 50-year-old zoo that’s spread across around 380 acres, the Nehru Zoological Park ensures that Hyderabad offers families and even solo travellers an exciting trip. It is home to a wide range of research facilities, animal habitats, ecological programmes and many, many more. You can find almost 1,500 specimens of reptiles, animals and birds here.

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The Stunning and Reformed City of Medellín


Medellín boasts a very pleasant climate of about 24C and is now home to a selection of modern transport systems such as the Metro and Metro Cable. This efficient infrastructure has provided Medellín with the opportunity to be host to world-class events like IDB and OAS meetings. It’s situated inside a valley surrounded by a range of mountains, and the city always gives a warm welcome to any of its visitors.

Top 3 Places To Visit and Things To Do

1: Paragliding

Picture yourself soaring across the beautiful skies of Medellin – it’s just as beautiful as you’d imagine. Why not take a bird’s eye view of the city? Try to go early on in the day as the Medellin’s weather changes pretty frequently due to its position high in the mountains.

2: Botanical Gardens

Boasting around 40 acres of green space that’s dedicated to a wide range of plants and orchids, the garden is situated in an area that’s rife with people canoeing, riding bikes and also rowing. As well as this, the gardens are home to the Orchid Show every August (the same time as the flower festival!).

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All About The Beautiful London Docklands

Canary Wharf

London’s Docklands are situated primarily north of the River Thames and are east of the City of London. They cover a large area between Woolwich and Tower Bridge, serving as an active legacy of the British Empire’s trading power. The Second World War caused the docks to go into decline, but the 1980s saw a huge regeneration, turning them into one of the most sought after property locations in London.

At the heart of the Docklands in London is Canary Wharf, and its facilities make it a brilliant hub to start exploring the area from – as well as offering an amazing selection of parks, bars, restaurants and shops. It’s connected to Stratford to the north and Central London to the west by the very efficient Jubilee Underground Line. As well as this, there’s some fast riverboats that boast a scenic and regular connection to the piers within Central London.

You can choose from a variety of well known hotels including the Hilton & Marriott, or opt for one of the luxury serviced apartments available locally.

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Looking For a Holiday Experience? Take Tours in Port Antonio, Jamaica


In our effort to relief you of the ground work that comes with finding great holiday destinations, we have discovered a gem in one of the many picturesque Jamaican beaches – Port Antonio. Believe it or not, taking tours in Port Antonio, Jamaica, is unlike anything you have ever experienced before. Here are some of the unique experiences waiting for you should you choose to visit this amazing Caribbean paradise.


The Amazing Choice of Port Antonio Tours

To get started, you can take a tour to the secret caves of Port Antonio. This is truly a hike to remember, as you will have the chance go against one of the most challenging terrains and get the reward of seeing one of Jamaica’s best kept secrets. As a daredevil, the entire excursion should be quite a thrill as well.

If you are a bird lover, you will love Port Antonio. Once you sign up for a birdwatching tour, you will get up-close-and-personal with vast, intriguing, and unique Caribbean bird species. In your birdwatching tour, you will also have a trained ornithologist at hand to help you identify various bird species, including the Jamaican national bird, the Jamaican streamer tail hummingbird.

A Rio Grande rafting tour is also one of the things you will enjoy while touring this popular destination in Jamaica. Besides the thrill of an adrenaline-inducing outdoor adventure, you will also get to see the best of Jamaican natural scenery. While at it, you will also get to view the breath-taking 100-foot Fox Falls waterfall.

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