Long Haul Destinations
Explore the land of the rich and famous...surf the cool waters of the chilled Californian coast, soak up the sun along 81 miles of beautiful beaches in Santa Monica, Venice Beach, Newport and Huntington. Shop till you drop along some of America's most sophisticated boulevards lined with chic boutiques around Rodeo Drive. Check out the cities great attractions around Beverley Hills, Universal Studios, the original Disneyland and Sunset Strip. If you're keen to explore some Californian history be sure to head to San Diego, pact full of museums and historical sites. California really does cater for any type of holiday you need...
Located on the south-western tip of the great lakes Lake Michigan, the amazing skyline is the first thing to strike you. Take the elevator ride to the Willis Tower for one of the best views of the
city, or visit the beautiful lake front, which is almost entirely devoted to relaxation and recreation, including the famous Navy Pier. Downtown Chicago is a shoppers paradise. Look out for Michigan
Avenue, locally known as the Magnificent Mile. Here you will find some of the finest shops Chicago has to offer, together with some small, exclusive boutiques.
Overlapping the equator, this myriad of tiny islands give the appearance of a garland of haphazardly abandoned gems in the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean. Each resort has a shallow, yet brilliant blue lagoon, surrounded by coral reef. The islands themselves are blessed with relatively deserted beaches of soft, white powder sands, and a backdrop of gently swaying palms. Explore in the ocean itself, and you will see they are a truly amazing kaleidoscope of hundreds of species of tropical fish inhabiting the crystal clear waters.
Mauritius is truly one of the perfect tropical island hideaway, a slice of paradise with an endless list of plus points to suit every visitor. By not promoting to the mass markets, Mauritius has
retained its traditional charm, and an infrastructure of resorts that are more stylish that use more local or colonial style architecture.
New York New York – So good they named it twice, and how right they were. Probably one of the best city break
destinations in the USA, if not the world. A thriving cosmopolitan city with a combination of outstanding entertainment, top class shopping, tempting cuisine and many sensational attractions.
Lower Manhattan, together with Greenwich Village & Soho area’s, give the opportunity to visit Wall Street, Chinatown, Battery Park and take the ferry to Ellis Island, and of course the
Statue of Liberty. With so much going on, it’s no wonder it’s also known as the city that never sleeps.
Think of Paradise and you will think of the Seychelles...deserted, pristine dazzling bright beaches with gentle lapping waves, turquoise lagoons, warm tropical breezes, swaying emerald green coconut palms and lush forests, stunningly colourful underwater life and indigenous birds are just a few of the attractions. Take a day excursion to one of the many inner granite islands or enjoy a stay at one of the many exotic island hideaways resorts.
Locally known as the Pearl in the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka is still largely untouched and unchanged by mass Western tourism, but the word is getting out. New York Times named this country the number-one place to visit in 2010 Palm tree lined golden sandy beaches are one of the main attractions for the visitors to Sri Lanka, however there are a host of other attractions to draw people to the island. Sri Lanka is home to SEVEN world heritage sites, an elephant orphanage, Buddhist shrines, colonial architecture, lush tea plantations and tropical rainforests to name but a few.
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