Ti Sana Spa & Detox Retreat located outside Milan has designed a brand new health programme which includes a scientific-based nutrition combined with medical Spa treatments and gentle activities, guaranteed to give you the results you desire or your money back!
May 2013 sees Cinnamon Wild Yala, Sri Lanka, launch a brand new community-based excursion for guests to support the lodge’s ‘Leopard Guardians’ initiative that was unveiled in September 2012 by Jonathan and Angela Scott of the ‘Big Cat Diaries’.
"We have a responsibility as a company, as an employer and as a visitor on this planet to live as sustainably as possible. This is the only way we can survive long-term and hand over to our children in a responsible manner."
With its park-like grounds and array of activities for all ages and interests, Huka Lodge is the perfect place for families to spend time together, uniting them for delicious feasts at night after days spent having fun trekking, whitewater rafting, horse-riding or just playing board games by the fire at the Lodge.
Sheepskin, the award-winning collection of stylish and unique holiday properties, has launched the UK's first ever 'tree tent'. The Red Kite Tree Tent, situated near Builth Wells in Powys, Wales, is a tree house with a twist, fusing elements of conventional camping and log-cabin living to create a unique 'glamping' experience.
Spring is here and change is in the air. And that means getting your travel shoes on!
When you travel to less developed countries, you might think that just by being there you’re helping provide a better quality of life for the locals. You’d be wrong. Just $5 of every $100 you spend stays local (UNEP 2008).
Many people visit Amsterdam each year, mainly to have a whole bunch of fun! It's famous for marijuana use because its legal but there's actually more to the country than just that! If you want to make your visit more eco conscious, then read on!
The charming seaside city of Portsmouth, Virginia was founded in 1752 by wealthy ship owner and merchant William Crawford
A local collective has transformed 170 acres of a former limestone quarry into a natural, protected environment with a choice of quirky accommodation from yurts, tepees, and wooden cabins including two floating in the middle of the abandoned quarry lakes. Nature lovers will adore the wild orchids, butterflies and dragonflies which have made their home here, and for a quick dip or a spot of meditation there is a natural, reed-filtered swimming pool.