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1. Planning a School Trip? 3 Great Destinations
November 09, 2018


Planning a school trip can be stressful and time-consuming – especially considering how much teachers work. Luckily, several companies cater to educational trips, and many areas offer tours, guides and more. Read on for three of the best locations to amaze, inform and inspire. Normandy Normandy is perhaps the location on this list richest in history. William the Conqueror came out of Caen almost a millennium ago to define British history – and the town is still open to visitors today. The region also houses the famed Bayeux Tapestry, allowing students to gasp at 70m of centuries-ol... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Expert Recommended Attractions for Learning Opportunities on School Trips
November 09, 2018


Few teachers have the time to put together a perfect bespoke outing, most need a little help and structure when planning a school trip. In this article, we’ll list a few of the UK’s best educational attractions and suggest some ways to build a great trip. The Houses of Parliament Regardless of what they study, there’s no reason any UK pupil should turn down a trip to the home of British democracy. As both a working parliament and a living monument to history, the Houses of Parliament are the perfect site to educate children of all ages. What’s more, they offer a great opportunity f... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Party Central: The Best Nightlife in Tenerife
November 09, 2018


Tenerife is widely known for its party scene – you won’t have difficulty finding a buzzing bar! Though the nightlife is never-ending, it’s handy to be in the know about the very best venues before you head out on your first night there. Find out how you and your mates can really make the most of a Tenerife holiday. La Laguna If you like student life at home, you’re going to love it in La Laguna; it’s home to the island’s university. The small streets are crawling with young partygoers and have an excellent selection of bars, remarkably untouched by tourists. Blend in with the locals... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Animal Adventures for the Family in Tenerife
November 09, 2018


Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands, and is an extremely popular tourist spot for families. With its sandy beaches, clear sea waters and glorious sunshine, it’s no surprise that millions of travellers flock there every year. However, there’s more to the island than just the beaches – if you and your kids love nature, there are numerous animal attractions that are sure to make your next Tenerife holiday the best one yet. Watery Adventures Forget the aquarium – you’re in the perfect place to see some amazing sea life out in the wild. Head out on one of the many boat trips av... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Insider Secrets: Four Towns in Italy You'd Be Mad to Miss
November 08, 2018


Italy may be regarded as a must-stop on anyone’s itinerary when travelling in Europe for Rome, Milan, Venice or perhaps Lake Como or Lake Garda. However, venture away from the usual tourist trail, and a wealth of charming culture, delightful cuisine and stunning natural beauty awaits you. Some of the country’s less well-known towns and cities can offer a true glimpse into the life of the Italian people, and perhaps a more authentic experience of their culture. Siracusa Situated on the coast of Sicily, Siracusa is truly one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. Charming piazzas, ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Why Spain is a Great Destination for School Ski Trips
November 07, 2018


School ski trips can be tough to organise. You need to choose a reliable destination that is both affordable for parents and lots of fun for your budding winter sport enthusiasts. While Spain might not be the first European destination that pops into your mind when you are thinking about skiing destinations, I suggest that you consider it as an option. Sierra Nevada is regarded as Spain’s premier winter resort and La Masella is a stunning Pyrenees location, and both deserve a mention when it comes to winter holiday hotspots. They should definitely be considered as an alternative to the mo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. The Best Educational Art Museums in Barcelona
November 07, 2018


Barcelona is undoubtedly one of the most acclaimed cities when it comes to art, and it lends itself perfectly to art-focused school trips. There are a number of wonderful museums and here we recommend three that will give pupils on school trips to Barcelona the chance to indulge in an artistic experience that they will remember always. The Picasso Museum This excellent museum gives your students the chance to understand the young Picasso. Through the exhibitions that include more than 4,000 works, the relationship the artist had with Barcelona is revealed. It was one that developed i... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Scarily Educational UK School Trips: The York Dungeon
November 07, 2018


One of the most popular UK school trips is a visit to the historical city of York, famous for its murky, dark past. Take your class to the York Dungeon and allow your students to immerse themselves in these three eerie tours and workshops. York Dungeon Tour What could be more exciting for a group studying history than a thrilling trip to the York Dungeon? Learning can be achieved many different ways. Exploring the fascinating exhibits at the York Dungeon and embarking on the 2,000-year journey into the dark history of this city all while accompanied by live characters will help stude... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. 3 Magical German Christmas Markets to Visit on a School Trip
November 07, 2018


There is nothing more magical than a Christmas market in Germany. For decades they have been famous for their traditional festive atmosphere – and they make wonderful destinations for a school trip, especially if you want your youngsters to practice their German language skills! Three Famous German Christmas Markets Bonn This stunning city was once the capital of the country and is very well known for its incredible Christmas market. Set in the streets that lead off the Münsterplatz, this festive ‘feast for the senses’ turns the city into a chocolate box fairy tale. Every day, ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. The Best Months for Visiting La Plagne
November 05, 2018


Searching for a way to get rid of the post-Christmas blues for good? Fly off to La Plange at the beginning of the year for a cheaper, quieter, more enjoyable holiday. Money, Money, Money It’s not all about saving money, but this is a good place to start especially if your February skiing trip is a cheeky extra holiday. Skiing holidays are often included in January sales meaning you could have a very affordable trip to La Plagne. Chalet and hotel accommodation are also often cheaper, and flights are much more reasonable compared to the Christmas holidays. Peace and Quiet H... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Take Your Sweetheart on a Valentine's Treat to La Plagne
November 05, 2018


As all keen skiers know, La Plagne is the go-to destination for those who love nothing more than hitting the slopes. With so much adrenaline in the air, it might not seem like the ideal location for a romantic getaway. However, the region offers a whole host of more relaxed activities which are perfect for those celebrating Valentine’s Day with their sweetheart in La Plagne. Chalet rental is the only accommodation option for starry-eyed lovers. You’ll have your own warm, cosy space perfect for cuddling, having a glass of wine and enjoying one another’s company. This article offers just a ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. There's Snow Place for Family Fun like Alpe d'Huez
November 05, 2018


Spanning altitudes between 1,250 and 3,330 metres, Alpe d’Huez is an up-and-coming resort in France’s central Western Alps. Its summer cycling is world famous, partly because of the Tour de France, but its winter sports are fast gaining recognition as another great reason to visit Alpe d’Huez. Chalets, apartments and luxury hotels, meanwhile, ensure that all visitors are satisfied. A Family Resort The resort is currently in the middle of a big push for more customers and publicity, particularly families. It has already earned the Famille Plus certificate for its wide range of optio... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. 3 Outdoor Activities in La Plagne that Aren't Skiing
November 05, 2018


Located within the picturesque Tarentaise Valley, La Plagne is among the most popular ski resorts in the world, with more than 2.5 million visitors passing through every season. Eleven resorts offer a variety of accommodation available for all, including ski-in ski-out apartments and self-catered and catered chalets. La Plagne has the fantastic runs and lively après scene you’d expect from such a popular destination – but it’s also got a lot to offer out on the snow that you might not initially know about. Read on for my top tips for outdoor activities. Snowshoeing Holidays al... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. The Best Private Ski Lessons in Alpe d'Huez
November 05, 2018


It is difficult to overstate how key good instruction is when it comes to refining your skiing skills. From nailing that thing you just can’t get right to revamping your whole style, taking one-to-one classes whilst on holiday really is an investment in yourself. Private tuition will help you take it to the next level, smash a more challenging run or perhaps even go off-piste. Of course, it is important that your instructors are highly qualified and great communicators. This article will give an overview of three of the best private ski schools available in Alpe d’Huez. Expert tuition doe... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Plunge into La Plagne on a Family-Friendly Holiday
November 05, 2018


With brilliant ski schools, loads of fun activities, great ski areas and beautiful catered chalets, La Plagne is the ideal destination for a family holiday. Back to Class The ski schools here accept children from the age of three and up, meaning that the majority of families can enrol their kids in a class or two. Of course, with children that young, the instructors focus on games and fun. They help the little ones build their confidence in a charming ‘snow garden’. A half-day session will be plenty for younger kids. From the age of five kids can be enrolled in specific courses... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. A Day At Schonbrunn: A visit into the palace, supper along with Mozart live performance
November 01, 2018


Vienna, Additionally called the metropolis of music, also is most widely thought of as the audio capital of earth. If you're in Vienna or intending to stop by your city afterward a big goal for the own bucket list ought to really be to go through the concert and music at town to some live operation. It will be among of the most effective artistic practical experience you may possess wherever. Even the Mozart concert at Vienna is well-known round the entire world and so in the event that you chance to become from the town then you definitely have to absolutely stop by the live performance to go... (read more)

Author: Mark Well

17. Dubai to get a new icon!
November 01, 2018


Hermann Kamte & Associates (HKA) unveils its proposal for an iconic water park in Dubai, the design of which intends to break the record for the largest iconic leisure park in the world, the tallest water slider, and the largest man-made waterfall building… In 2017, Hermann Kamte & Associates was invited and selected to an international restricted competition by The Dubai Municipality to reinvent the City Waterfront by proposing an entertainment centre which could be the new iconic place of the city. The architectural concept seeks to play a leading role in tourism attractions, sports, an... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

18. 3 Party Venue Trends that are Ruling the Calendar of 2018
October 31, 2018


" Are you planning a rocking party in Houston? Read the article to know about the trends of party venues this year." Planning a party is never an easy task. It demands a lot of time and meticulous calculation and above all, the right resources. When you are planning a big bash, no matter whether it is a corporate party, a wedding or a Quinceanera, it is natural that you will feel overwhelmed. But overcoming the feeling is necessary so that you can plan the party perfectly and the guests you are inviting will have a gala time while attending. So, when you are involved in s... (read more)

Author: Alice Campbell

19. The Mammals of Borneo's Deramakot Forest Reserve
October 25, 2018


Borneo is a popular destination for specialised wildlife tours. One of the most animal-rich areas is the magnificent Deramakot Forest Reserve, in the northern Sabah region of the island. The reserve provides a habitat for almost 75% of the mammals that inhabit the area, including some of its most high profile. The Deramakot Forest Reserve The 137,000 acres of the reserve are split into sections, some of which are designated for sustainable logging. However, under the superb forest management this has had little impact on the protected conservation areas, and it is considered one of t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. The Makasutu Cultural Forest: A Birdwatchers Paradise
October 25, 2018


For avid birdwatchers, the Republic of Gambia in West Africa, is a magical place to travel on a wildlife holiday. The region is home to an abundance of avian species and a great diversity of habitats. Exploring on foot and by boat affords a wealth of opportunities to see the birdlife first hand. The Makasutu Cultural Forest One of the most popular and prolific places for wildlife holiday itineraries focusing on birds is the stunning Makasutu Cultural Forest, which is a private eco-tourism reserve bordering one the Mandina Bolong, one of the tributaries of the River Gambia. The reserv... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Encounter the Owl Species of Central Sweden
October 25, 2018


wildlife tour itineraries organised by Naturetrek, which have brought her unforgettable sightings of a wide range of flora and fauna in some of the most spectacular regions on Earth.">For nature lovers who embark on a wildlife tour to Central Sweden, this very peaceful and picturesque part of the world provides a rich and memorable experience. Those with a particular interest in bird sightings are treated to a vast array of resident and migratory species, throughout the wetlands, boreal forests and meadows. Some of the most sought after sightings on a wildlife tour focusing on birds are o... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Best Places for Beginner Birding in the UK
October 25, 2018


With the wide array of specialised wildlife holidays on offer, nature lovers have the opportunity to travel to exotic destinations all over the world in search of a close encounter. For those with a particular interest in birds, the same is true and holidays close to home reveal an abundance of species. For anyone just starting out, the beautiful regions around Somerset and South Devon set the scene for a truly wonderful birdwatching experience at different times throughout the year. The Somerset Levels The coastal wetland and moors area known as the Somerset Levels cover more t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. The World's Rarest Feline Species: The Iberian Lynx
October 25, 2018


The Iberian lynx (Lynx pardinus) is an endangered feline species that can be found in southern parts of Spain. Before their numbers rapidly decreased, the animals populated areas in both the south of France and the Iberian Peninsula, but this has since reduced to just two isolated breeding populations. Dedicated wildlife tours to Spain offer an excellent opportunity to encounter these animals in two of their natural habitats. The stunning scenery around Coto Doñana and Sierra Morena make the experience even more worthwhile. Physical Appearance The Iberian lynx has a heavily sp... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. The Wild Life of the Masai Mara Wildlife
October 25, 2018


The Masai Mara is an independent nature reserve located in the Great Rift Valley, and is one of the most famous and wildlife-rich in Africa. The animals are free to roam both inside and outside the park, with some developing a synergetic relationship with the Masai people, as they travel around or through the local towns and villages. This reserve is the ideal location to embark on a dedicated wildlife tour, with an immense variety of animals to observe throughout the surrounding landscape. There are numerous types of terrain, which enables a host of species to live harmoniously together ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. On Location With the Lemurs of Madagascar
October 25, 2018


The island of Madagascar is renowned for its wildlife, and is particularly famous for its numerous species of endemic lemurs. The animal first appeared in mainland Africa around 60 million years ago and crossed over to Madagascar soon after. One of the main reasons that they still exist today is due to the island’s isolation. Numerous specialist nature tour companies offer wildlife holidays to the island, which is a very successful way to guarantee multiple sightings of this long-surviving species up close and in its wild habitat. Interesting Facts Madagascar has a diverse land... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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