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Galapagos Special Offers

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Wreck of WW1 German Battleship located off the Falklands

The wreck of SMS Scharnhorst has been located off the Falkland Islands. This German battleship was the flagship of Vice Admiral Maximilian Graf von Spee and was sunk in the Battle of the Falklands in the opening months of the First World War.


Bolivia Travel Advice – FCO Update

London, 3 December 2019, 10.00 GMT Bolivia Travel Update – IMPORTANT Following the recent civil unrest in Bolivia, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office has now lifted their advice against travel to the country. The nation has undergone a period of instability with wide-scale political demonstrations and civil unrest throughout the country following disputed elections in […]


Colombia – Our Signature Journey

Colombia – Our Signature Journey Colombia is an exciting, friendly and unspoiled destination for travellers to South America, offering stunning scenery, colonial cities, a wonderful coastline and impressive national parks. Our 14-Day Signature Journey takes you from Bogota in the Andes to Cartagena on the Caribbean coast. Colombia Signature Journey: Highlights:          […]


Mexico Travel Advice

Mexico Travel Advice Three women and six children, who had dual US-Mexican citizenship, were killed in an attack as they drove on a rural road between the states of Sonora and Chihuahua in northern Mexico on Monday 4 November.  They were travelling in a convoy of three vehicles.  Eight other children managed to escape, six […]


Revealing the Amazon – Newsletter

The Amazon river runs for some 4,000 miles (6,400 km) in South America and has over a thousand tributaries, 17 of which are longer than 1,000 miles.  It discharges about 55 million gallons of water into the Atlantic every second. The Amazon Rainforest is home to many indigenous tribes, some of which have never been […]


Somewhere in Latin America – The Quilotoa Loop

The Quilotoa Lagoon spans over 2 km in the crater of a volcano. In this continuing account of her travels, backpacker Manuela de Mendonca describes the three day trek known as the Quilotoa Loop.


Costa Rica – Best Holiday Destination for 2019

“Blessed with incredible food, hotels and spectacular sunsets – and a mecca for surfers and yogis – Nosara on Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula is a thrilling discovery.” Daisy Hoppen, Evening Standard, 7 March 2019. Link to article: Evening Standard Lifestyle Magazine   Costa Rica a wonderful destination for honeymooners, families and independent travellers of all ages. […]


Somewhere in Latin America – The Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands, to go or not to go? I get seasick, dislike swimming in the open sea and have a morbid fear of sharks. And for a backpacker with limited funds, a trip to the Galapagos is hugely expensive.

But in January I booked a week’s Galapagos trip. It turned out to be quite an adventure.


Brexit and the Travel Industry

Travel companies are always affected by world events. In recent years the banking crisis, the ash cloud from the unpronounceable Icelandic volcano, the Arab Spring and the Zika virus have all had an impact on travel. In the aftermath of the 11 September 2001 atrocities there was a global downturn in travel.