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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.
We want to get away for about a week in the October half term starting 24th October, somewhere with good reliable weather, where we can relax and go on interesting excursions. We don't want a long flight and we need something interesting for a 13 year old girl, where would you recommend?
I would like to know about a 7-10 day trip for two to la Paz, Bolivia and maybe some nearby places. I would like go to the witches market at la Paz, maybe with a local person. I would also like to have a cab or rental car with us. Could you give us an estimate please?
Hi. Mum and I have been saving to take my Dad back to Boston (where he used to work) as a surprise for his 60th birthday - we will be travelling at the end of October 2015. We have about 10 nights in total and want to spend about 4 in Boston - what other places should we visit at this time of year? Many Thanks, Alex
I have a good thirty something days for touring the Arctic in extreme conditions (for adventure of course) but I don't know much about it. For example the cost of the whole trip, training, type of adventure I am going to get etc.. Please guide me so I can decide if to go for some adventure or just for sightseeing.
We would like to spend some time with the orangutans in Borneo. We love all animals and wildlife and this has been a passion of mine for some time, as these creatures are beautiful and so loving and deserve the very best care people can give them. Any advice you can give us on the best times to go and places to stay would be appreciated?
I'm looking for a nine day holiday over Christmas, flying on Christmas Day, for my husband's 40th. As well as just relaxing I'd like to have things to do, but it needs to be somewhere hot. Any suggestions?
We are a couple looking to go on a safari. We like the luxury tent idea and perhaps a lovely beach at the end of a four or five day safari - making a total of 10 or 11 nights. We don't want a full itinerary just a few days doing a safari then relaxing on the beach with white sands.
Hola, I will be 60 years old at the end of November and my husband will celebrate his 59, close enough to 60. We would like to go somewhere special for these 2 occasions. I'm a retired teacher and my husband can take time off for as long as he wants during that period of time mid-November to mid-December with flexible dates either way. We have travelled in the Caribbean, Mexico, Costa Rica, Belize (scuba diving) and Guatemala to learn spanish and some European countries. We are in fairly good shape, and we like to be active (a beach only holiday is not for us but a few days on the beach is great) and doing things as opposed to only sightseeing. We have a comfortable budget but prefer small pension or private villas as opposed to luxury hotels or resort. I hope this gives you a good snap shot of who we are and that you can help us celebrate this mile stone with an interesting trip. I understand that this time of the year is a bit of a challenge that's why we need help to find a place in the world where we can have an amazing time and come back with great memories. I thank you ahead of time for your time and consideration.
We have flights booked for the 8th January for 3 weeks, to Cancun, but we don't want to stay there. We want to see some of the Mayan sights, Chitzen Itza obviously but also some less well known and quieter ones in jungle and away from crowds. We would like to start the trip with a few days at a quiet beach (2/3 at the start & 4/5 at the end) and I'd really like to travel in a circuit, visiting Tulum, then if possible crossing into Belize & on to Guatamala and the Tikal site for a few days, before heading back into Mexico either via Palenque, or if that is too far, another route less travelled and head towards Merida and Chutzen Itza and finish at Holbox. Question is, is it possible as a self drive or can we get a car/driver? I don't want to be in a tour group and want smoke flexibility? Any suggestions would be appreciated. We have travelled a lot in India and Southeast Asia so I know you can pick up cars & drivers easily but not sure if it is possible in Mexico and indeed if we did a more formal tour in this trip with a view to going back again!
My husband and I are visiting Hong Kong to see friends in mid January and cannot decide whether to travel on to Vietnam or Cambodia? I would really appreciate some advice on which has the most to offer?
We want to go to Thailand in January but we are unsure which part to visit. We enjoy beach holidays away from commercial areas and as we're in our 50's, we don't want clubs, etc. I liked the look of Krabi and have been recommended Koh Samui. We have never been to Asia and want to go somewhere beautiful and experience Thai culture although we don't mind a two centre holiday. Finally, we do like our comforts but do not have a big budget.
We are planning to spend a week in Hong Kong next October and want to follow this with a further week in a more relaxing location with a bit of contrast - we wondered about Bali? Or do you have any other suggestions?
I might have left it too late for this year but I would like to go to Malaysia. I could go, this year, anytime from now until 8th September 2011. I enjoy looking around historical sights, markets, etc, as well as lazing on a beach for a few days. I will be travelling alone. Any suggestions?
We are both active 50 year olds and are thinking about travelling to South America early next year for a period of about three weeks. We would definitely like to see Rio, Buenos Aires, and if you could send any further suggestions. We are very flexible on dates and duration.
We are two active 70+ olds celebrating 50 years of marriage in 2012, wanting to have a safari holiday in Africa for a maximum of 10 days before travelling onto Melbourne to spend time with our family there (about 3 weeks). We would then like to travel up to Cairns to experience the rainforest and/or the Great Barrier Reef or onwards to New Zealand for about 10 days before returning home. Can you please give a couple of suggestions and budget for a trip starting in November 2012.
We really want to explore Vietnam and Cambodia possibly spending three weeks with a mixture of culture, history and wildlife opportunities (spotting not eating!). We'd like time to stop and soak up the atmosphere and appreciate good local knowledge and guides. We'd like to use some local transport when possible and practicable. Some friends travelled with you and recommended your service VERY highly. Can you help?
I am thinking about combining a 5-7 day stopover in Melbourne, Australia, to visit relatives with a 5-7 day holiday somewhere that combines beach with culture in Southeast Asia. Do you have any suggestions?
We’re thinking about going to Namibia next year and we’ve looked at a few of your online itineraries. We’re still in the early stages of planning our trip but have realised that we won’t be able to afford a fly-in trip. The thought of driving ourselves around is quite intimidating as this will be our first time to Namibia. Is this something that a lot of people do? What kind of support do you offer once we’re there?
We are looking to take a family holiday over Christmas for 10 or 12 days. The children are 17, 20 and 21, so we don't need kiddy type activities. We all need a good balance between rest and activity. We would like to be in the sun, and 'A' level re-sits happen in the first week of January, so study time and not too much jet lag are important! Help!
We are looking for a really, seriously wonderful holiday of a lifetime for my sister's 40th birthday. It is in February and we would want to be warm. We have thought about all kinds of adventures but have had to rule many out as she has children that would come with us, the youngest of whom will be only a year by then. Money is no object, but a real wow factor is essential. Her husband isn't keen on South Africa or anywhere vaguely unsafe like Sri Lanka and Israel. Help!
I am looking to find a good location for my honeymoon next June. We are both active and are keen horse riders and enjoy good food and wine! We would like a couple days in a vibrant city but would like to focus on a luxury ranch for the main part of the trip.
My 50th birthday is on 31st October and my husband and I would like to take a very special 2 - 3 week holiday. We would ideally like to stay in first class accommodation where we can relax, but which is close to a city or area where there are sites/activities which we can see if we wish to. We are not averse to some driving or a two centre holiday. Our budget is around £3000 in total.