With the festive season slowly approaching, our thoughts have turned to which Audley destinations would offer a unique and unforgettable holiday over Christmas and New Year. If you want to avoid the usual turkey dinner why not consider one of these captivating options?
A trip to the Galapagos Islands is a once in a lifetime experience. Their incredible biodiversity, arresting scenery, remote location and historic importance make them an inspiring and highly memorable destination.
There are some truly incredible hotel suites around the world. We take a look at just a selection, from suites that come with your very own grand piano or bar, to personal butlers and chefs ready to cook whatever you desire.
Trying to come up with my perfect trip to New Zealand caused me some considerable dilemmas with my itinerary changing on a daily basis, but I eventually settled on a route which takes in some of the most stunning rainforests, sandy beaches, mountain passes and gorgeous scenery in the country.
Western Canada is well known for such iconic attractions as Lake Louise, Banff National Park and the cities of Vancouver and Calgary. However, well off the beaten track, the country’s western-most province, British Columbia, is a treasure trove of secluded islands, historic settlements, lush rainforest and spectacular parks. Here James Butler, Canada and Alaska Programme Manager, shares his favourite undiscovered places.
Choosing to travel in the low season has a number of great benefits. In addition to lower prices, you’ll find the space and time to wander the most popular sights without the crowds, as well as spot wildlife at its most prolific.
Neil and Helen Matthews travelled to Japan with Audley in April 2011. Here, they talk about their experience of visiting the country shortly after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck in March.