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We listen to your interests and when and where you’d like to travel before shaping a tailor-made itinerary to fit. These suggestions, below, give just a few examples of what your journey could entail, though our specialists will create your trip individually around your budget and preferences for where you’d like to stay and the experiences you’d like to have.
I would like to visit Vietnam and Cambodia with my husband and a couple of friends. I have coeliac disease and it's essential there is no gluten in my diet. Friends have advised me not to visit these countries, assuming I will find it difficult to find suitable meals. I would be interested to find out your view on this before I take my plans any further? If you could reply to me by email it would be much appreciated.
I'm newly single and want to get away from the UK leaving on Christmas Day if possible for eight days - I'm a keen traveler and would love to visit India or any other long haul destination. Can you recommend a safe destination for a lone female?
My wife and I are looking to go Sri Lanka at the end of January 2014 for about 15 nights (flexible). Approx split would be 6 days cultural, 3 days golf and 6 days beach. Do not require tea plantations. It should include pick up and return to airports(excluding UK). Being a very experienced world traveller I normally do my own arrangements. However as this is a new destination and there is so much variety it requires real expertise. Would appreciate if you could you give me your suggestions on an itinerary and approx. cost. Audley have been recommended by a friend who has used your company before.
Hi, we are looking for somewhere to visit for a delayed honeymoon next April. We haven't chosen a destination yet but know we want beach front accommodation, with sea that can be entered from the beach. We don't need super luxury, but food quality and also flexibility on the time we can have breakfast (we are late risers) are important to us. Where would you recommend we consider? Thanks.
We are getting married on 31st August this year and were hoping to go on honeymoon a couple of days after. Initially we were attracted to Kerala, for the culture, beaches and relaxed atmosphere, as well as the cuisine. Unfortunately we have been told the rainy season extends to September and so have been advised that it's not the best time to go. Can you suggest a similar holiday destination better at this time of year?
I am in the early stages of planning a 30th wedding anniversary trip for my wife and I. We are looking at Asia for 2014 and would like to fit in Singapore, Vietnam, Laos, Sydney in Australia and New Zealand. Our anniversary is in August but we expect we will need to travel before or after to get the best weather. I would like to use BA Miles I have collected so would be interested in trips you have and what length of period we would need to fit this all in? Any suggestions would be welcomed.
We are planning to visit South Africa in November for the first time and we would like to fit in as much as possible. As well as Cape Town and the Garden Route, we also want to visit the Battlefields of Zululand. We are happy with self-drive and independent travel, using local guides where appropriate. Your thoughts and suggestions are most welcome.
My husband will be working overseas for several months and has his first leave in May. We're looking for somewhere where we can "reconnect" with a balance of seclusion, luxury, unspoilt beaches, delicious food and a temperature in mid 20s! Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia, all appeal but it looks like it would be rainy. He will be flying out of Dubai where I will join him. Can you advise on the best option?
A group of friends and I are looking to take a four and a half week travelling Holiday through South America, starting from Rio de Janeiro. We would be in Rio on the 1st August of this year and essentially would be travelling for the whole month of August. Ideally we would like to visit Argentina, Bolivia and Peru however, we are unsure whether this will be possible!
We are a family of 4 with teenagers (boy 15 and girl 13). We are looking for a 10-14 day family holiday in August, combining some adventure with some relaxation. We have travelled to Vietnam which we all enjoyed but my daughter struggled with the culture shock and felt very homesick. We are considering Canada or Sri Lanka but are open to suggestions.
We are going to stay with friends in Cape Town in May. We shall stay with them for the first four or five days, then visit the rest of South Africa, returning for two days to our friends in Llandudno Bay, before flying home. We are aged 68 and 69 and while we are generally fit and healthy, our walking over rough terrain would be limited. Could you suggest a 10 day itinerary which would allow us to see as many aspects of the natural landscape, cultural life, wild life of South Africa as could be managed during the period of 10 days? While we would not be looking for top luxury, we do like comfortable accommodation with a feel good factor, but much depends on the price of course.
We are planning our first holiday to South Africa next Xmas for two weeks. We would like to take in a safari and visit Cape Town. As well as sightseeing, we would like a little downtime. We are a family of 4 (kids aged 18 and 12). Any suggestions would be welcome? Thanks
Hi. We are a couple of "young" pensioners, well travelled and reasonably fit. We would like to visit Montreal for the Jazz Festival this summer and then spend some time (7 - 10 days) seeing a bit more of Canada, which we have not visited before. Any suggestions?
Hi, we are trying to combine a holiday in Tanzania and Zanzibar, with visiting our daughter. We plan to fly through Dar es Salaam. We would like a short safari, and then go on to Zanzibar. Our daughter is in Arusha, and would love the beach holiday so we would meet her in Zanzibar. Any suggestions?
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