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51. Private Airport Transfers Montego Bay Jamaica
April 27, 2022


Book your private transportation service at the Montego Bay Airport with Best Jamaica Tour, the number one transportation provider on the island and get your vacation off to a great start. Best Jamaica Tours is the epitome of private transportation service in Jamaica always seeking to help visitors create beautiful Jamaica experiences. At Best Jamaica Tours, we see ourselves as the Guardian of Your Satisfaction always ensuring that your time with us is of the highest standards. With us, you are not seen as a mere customer but rather as a visiting friend who deserves the best. Reserve you... (read more)

Author: Stevert Mckenzie

52. Introducing a La Plagne Chalet Holiday to Work Colleagues
April 24, 2022


Where better for a fun and fulfilling corporate ski retreat than La Plagne: one of the largest ski resorts in the world. With its perfect location on a high-altitude plateau in the French Alps, you can rely on season-round conditions that don’t disappoint. The amenities that come with its size make it perfect for group holidays such as a trip with work colleagues, and its underrated status also means that it's rarely overcrowded. You and your group can really make the pistes your own! The ski area Along with Les Arcs, the resort is part of the renowned Paradiski area with a total of... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

53. Beyond the Ski Slopes and Catered Chalet, La Plagne Has Much to Offer
April 24, 2022


Deciding on a resort for your next holiday in one of the many luxury catered chalets? La Plagne is, of course, world-renowned for its high-altitude skiing and along with neighbouring Les Arcs, it forms part of the Paradiski area, with over 425km of piste. Yet, for the true luxury traveller, La Plagne offers so much more than skiing, offering a vibrant range of activities that match, if not exceed, more popular favourites like Cortina or Gstaad. In this article, we will share our selection of some of the most unique and exclusive activities to try out in La Plagne. Ziplining Wan... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

54. Why Catered Chalets in La Plagne Could Equal Your Dream Family Ski Holiday
April 24, 2022


La Plagne is most often recognised by experienced skiers for the quality of its powder and variety of runs. However, it is also undoubtedly one of the best ski resorts for families with children and, for this reason, it has been recognised as part of the ‘Famille Plus’ scheme. This article will outline some of the best family-friendly features of this underrated French resort. Ski area Along with Les Arcs, La Plagne makes up part of the huge Paradiski area, with 425km of piste. The sheer size of the resort means that there is an excellent range of slopes to suit all abilities and th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

55. Discover the Delights of Cross Country Skiing in La Plagne
April 24, 2022


Do you fancy yourself as a seasoned skier? Looking for new winter sports activity to mix things up? Well then, cross-country skiing might be just the ticket. La Plagne is a beautiful resort in the alpine valley of the Tarentaise, and a popular location for cross country skiers thanks to its specialised and excellently maintained tracks. Once you’ve settled into a luxurious La Plagne Chalet, you’ll be free to roam the pistes and discover the region’s natural beauty. For the Adventurers: Vallee de Bellecôte You’ll need a car to access the Valle de Bellecôte but, my word, it’s worth it.... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

56. Introducing the wonderful bird of India - the Kingfisher
April 21, 2022


The Kingfisher is for the most part not in the most danger from the point of view of conservation and India is lucky to be the home to 12 Kingfisher species. It is important to note though that while right now most are endangered, their numbers are declining. Acting now can stop the issue in the future. Here is a look at those 12 Kingfishers. Pied Kingfisher The Pied Kingfisher has a ‘least concern’ status with the IUCN redlist and its numbers are unknown. It is black and white, and one of the species that enjoys living in several types of habitats, rivers, grasslands, forests, ... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

57. Visit Adria on an Italian Canal Cruise
April 19, 2022


Looking to explore Italy from a new perspective? River cruising is a wonderful way to discover this beautiful country. Whether this is your first time in Italy or one of many, an Italian canal cruise will help you soak up scenery and culture in a very different kind of way, with stops in some of the country’s most beautiful and lesser-known destinations. Many of the popular river tours will take you on a journey to remember, including stops in gorgeous destinations like Adria, an ancient Etruscan town that is connected to the coast via the Canal Bianco. Rich in Etruscan History ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

58. Explore the Canal Bianco on an Italian River Cruise
April 19, 2022


Those of us seeking our next hard-earned holiday may feel as though we have to choose between thrilling adventure, stimulating history, delicious food, beautiful weather and great company - it seems like it’s impossible to have it all. However, you may not have considered a river cruise through Italy, which is absolutely perfect for those wanting to balance culture with class, and leisure with luxury. Holidaymakers from all over the globe opt for an Italian canal cruise every year, and the route between Venice and Mantua has everything you need for a perfect break. One of the highlights ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

59. Hotel Barging in Italy: 2 Destinations Not to Miss
April 19, 2022


When you think of a cruise, you might not immediately consider a hotel barge - but with a vibrant mix of luxurious accommodation, friendly faces, a buzzing spirit and delectable menus, it certainly shouldn’t be overlooked. In particular, the landscape and geography of Italy’s winding waterways make hotel barging in Italy a perfect way to explore the country, and when doing so, the cities of Venice and Mantua are not to be missed. Many Italian river cruises have selected Venice and Mantua as premium destinations to visit when hotel barging in Italy due to their charming atmosphere, breatht... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

60. 3 Mouth-watering Cheeses to Try on River Cruises Around Italy
April 19, 2022


A river cruise is a unique way to explore the essence of a place, and discover hidden treasures along the waterways. Offering a serene yet dynamic experience, cruises around Italy are the perfect way to get to truly understand what makes this vibrant country so revered. Cruises around Italy also present the perfect opportunity to make your acquaintance with the gastronomic delights for which the country is famed, and a journey along the winding rivers will allow you to sample the culinary delights, including the renowned range of delectable cheeses. Mozzarella di Bufala More co... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

61. What to Pack to be Holiday Ready for an Italian River Cruise
April 19, 2022


Whether you’re new to luxury barge holidays or are a seasoned cruiser, an Italian river cruise offers a genuinely unforgettable experience. Europe is known for its fantastic canal systems and Italy is the perfect country for river travel. The Veneto region, especially, seems made to host barges, with its picturesque canals and rivers that wind their way through varied and beautiful landscapes. No matter if you’re someone who likes an activity packed trip or prefers to sit back and relax with your favourite drink, a barge holiday provides the perfect opportunity to gain a new perspective of the... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

62. Buonissimo: How You’ll Eat on an Italian River Cruise
April 19, 2022


There’s no doubt that when it comes to experiencing a luxury barge holiday, an Italian river cruise is at the top of many people’s wishlists. With its varied landscapes and historic canals, the country is the perfect destination for those who want to explore Europe by water. This is particularly true for Venice and the surrounding region, which boasts a treasure trove of stunning nature and wildlife, gorgeous architecture and fascinating history. As you wind your way through the canals, you’ll journey back through time down the original trade routes used by the Romans and other settlers. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

63. Travelling Solo? Consider a River Cruise in Italy!
April 19, 2022


If you’re looking to discover the authentic heart of Europe away from the thronging crowds of the cities, why not consider a cruise along some of the continent’s historic waterways? With networks of canals crisscrossing through scenic countryside, picturesque towns and even cities, a river cruise in Italy is one of the best ways to experience a unique perspective of the country. This very relaxed mode of travel takes you away from the fast paced bustle of the cities and roads, but that’s what makes it so special. A hotel barge allows you to get under the skin of a country whilst still enjoying... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

64. 7 UNESCO Cultural World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu Valley
April 18, 2022


There are seven UNESCO cultural world heritage sites in the Kathmandu valley. All of them are tourist attractions so you can learn lots of historical and cultural things from these sites. We all know that Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal. That is why it is the most populated place in the country. Some believe that Kathmandu is the most crowded city in Nepal because most people from out of Kathmandu come here for a better opportunity, study and medications. Kathmandu is an ancient city in Nepal, so visitors can enjoy their holiday visiting these heritage sites to get lots of i... (read more)

Author: Rajesh Thapaliya

65. Everest Base Camp Trek: General Information
April 01, 2022


Everest base camp trek is a well-known adventure mountain trekking between nature enthusiasts from all around the world. Many people are familiar with Mt. Everest because it is the highest mountain in the world but might not find helpful information about visiting its base camp. Everest base camp trek trails remain inside the Sagarmatha national park which is a UNESCO natural heritage site. The first day and the last few hours walk are not inside the national park during the trip. There are multiple entry points to reach the Everest base camp but, we are talking about the Lukla Everest ba... (read more)

Author: Rajesh Thapaliya

66. Take a closer look at India's Hornbills
March 28, 2022


The Blue Hornbill Bird and all hornbills are an amazing species of bird you can find 9 of which in India, though there are 62 around the world. In this article, we look at 5 of those 9 Indian charismatic birds. With their very distinct calls, long eyelashes and large beaks and striking colours they are a bird amateur and expert birdwatchers will love! The Indian Grey Hornbill The most common of this species in India by far is the Indian Grey Hornbill. It is a greyish brown colour and is the smallest of all the Indian hornbills at about 60cm long. Males have red eyes, a black orbital patch an... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

67. Savouring the Fabulous Culture of the Venetian Cicchetti on an Italian River Cruise
March 20, 2022


There are many reasons why an Italian river cruise is one of the best ways to explore the country’s beautiful waterways, but the food has to be a top highlight. You’ll be treated to delicious, high quality meals every day and you won’t have to do an ounce of washing up. But of course, one of the joys of visiting a new place is experiencing the gastronomic delicacies that a region has to offer. When you’re not on the boat, tasting the local specialties is as fun as it is delicious, and when in Venice, you’ll not want to miss out on the famous cicchetti. Many visitors don’t discover these ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

68. Discover Beautiful Beaune on a Barge Holiday in France
March 20, 2022


If you find yourself cruising through Burgundy on your barge holiday in France, why not plan a stop in Beaune? Although you may not have heard of it before, this mediaeval town is located in the heart of the renowned Cote de Beaune and has claimed the title “Capital of Burgundy wines”. It’s definitely a must-visit for any wine lover, but that’s not all it has to offer. The historic town is compact and full of things to discover, both old and new and is the perfect place to wander around - you can see so much in just a few hours. From gastronomical delights like local fromageries and delis to ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

69. A Double Dose of Romance on a Barge Holiday in France
March 20, 2022


It might be a bit cliched, but there’s a reason (many actually!) as to why France is touted as the most romantic place in the world. Of course, Paris has been crowned the romance capital for many years and is often the backdrop for grand gestures of love. But the rest of the country is also so steeped in romance that one can hardly avoid catching the love bug. If you’re looking for a dose of the good stuff but with a unique twist, a barge holiday in France might just be the perfect romantic getaway. Showing you the best of all that the area has to offer, from private wine tours to quiet ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

70. The Best Take Home Souvenir from an Italian River Cruise: Murano Glass
March 20, 2022


Approximately one mile to the north of Venice, in the Laguna Veneta, lies a collection of seven islands connected by picturesque bridges. Murano is famed for its colourful facades, fantastic food, and – most of all – the island’s historical connection to glassmaking. Included on many Italian river cruises, the islands are a must see for those interested in Venetian artistic culture and history. The craft dates back to the 13th century, so a stop here is the perfect opportunity to visit a glass factory or two. The History of Murano Glass This island has a fiery history – literally. D... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

71. Know Your Venetian Wines and Make the Most of a Wine Themed Italian River Cruise
March 20, 2022


Thinking of taking a river cruise but looking for more than just your average sightseeing trip? A themed cruise offers all the joys of travelling the waterways whilst providing you the opportunity to immerse yourself in a new topic of interest. For those who are interested in learning more about wine, a wine-themed cruise makes for the perfect holiday. You’ll see all the sights whilst learning about the vintages of the area too. The Veneto is the ideal destination for any budding wine connoisseur, and there really is no better way to discover more than with a wine-themed Italian river cr... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

72. Carcassonne for Kids; A Highlight on Any Family Barge Holiday in France
March 20, 2022


Planning a barge holiday in France with children in tow? The Canal du Midi is the ideal French waterway to explore when travelling with kids. The Canal du Midi is a 240km long canal in the south of France that passes through some exquisite French towns, including the hilltop fortress town of Carcassonne. Carcassonne is the ideal destination for families, offering a perfect balance of culture, history, and natural beauty that all ages can enjoy. Most importantly, this thriving town is brimming with activities for all the family. Visit a Real Fortress at the Counts’ Castle The Counts’... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

73. 2 Chianti Vineyards to Visit on Tuscan Wine Tours
March 20, 2022


Chianti, also known as the Colline del Chianti, is a region within Tuscany that lies between the cities of Florence and Siena. Tuscany is often cited as one of the most beautiful regions of Italy and this is undoubtedly the most scenic part of Tuscany, making it the very best of the best in Italy. Indeed, it is this area’s rolling hills and grand villas that form the image of Tuscany in the popular imagination. Chianti vineyards Along with the stunning scenery, it is renowned all over the world as a winegrowing region, producing its famous namesake wine and the Chianti Classico. Many... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

74. What to Expect from a Small Group Chianti Wine Tour
March 20, 2022


Although a renowned centre of arts and culture in its own right, Florence is a fantastic base from which to explore all the gastronomical and scenic richness that Tuscany has to offer. Within Tuscany, no region is as worth a visit as the winemaking heaven of Chianti. Many tourists never seize the opportunity to take a trip out of the city, so miss out on experiencing this beautiful spot of Italy. This is perhaps understandable when we consider that breathtaking scenery and the best vineyards are often in remote areas that are inaccessible to many. However, taking a Chianti wine tour is t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

75. 5 Red Wines to Taste on a Tuscan Wine Tour
March 20, 2022


Tuscany, or Toscana, is perhaps the most iconic region of Italy. With magnificent Florence as its capital, it is a region of medieval hill towns, like Siena, Lucca and San Gimignano, and rolling sunburned hills. Even with all the exquisite art and culture of Tuscany, one of its greatest treasures can be found growing on those hillsides, in vineyards fringed by the graceful rows of cypress trees, gently swaying in the Tuscan breeze. As one of the world’s premier wine-growing regions, Tuscany’s vineyards are particularly renowned for dry red wines produced from the Sangiovese variety of gr... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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