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Many Tastes. Many Tours.

Deciding on what kind of tour you want to take and then deciding on the destination can be quite intimidating. Is walking better for you or would you prefer a bicycle to get out and about? Maybe you’re a wine connoisseur or a foodie.

Does taking a trip solo make you nervous?

Is your perfect vacation one adventure after the other?

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Before you pack your bags...
Organizing your ideal trip will require some decisions before you pack your bags. Start out by deciding the kind of tour you want to take.

It’s up to you whether or not group travel is a good fit for you. There are a lot of tours on offer that you will surely find the one suitable for your interests or hobbies, whether you’re a keen angler, ghost seeker, or enthusiastic sightseer.

Cruise Over to the Scandinavian and Baltic Nations

Don’t miss the Baltic states when traveling by sea to Scandinavia, as the region offers lovely Old Towns to visit and a rich history that dates back to medieval times and the Hanseatic League. The Scandinavian countries of Finland, Norway, and Sweden have vibrant modern cities, some of which have been declared the world’s “most livable”.


With its fascinating Viking history and magnificent fjords, Norway will delight students of history and nature-lovers alike. Don’t skip Stockholm’s “Venice of Scandinavia”, Helsinki’s collection of Art Nouveau and Neoclassical works, or Tallinn’s delicate steeples and colorful red rooftops. Finally, no trip to the region is finished without experiencing the stunning northern lights.

Located in between the continents of Europe and Asia you will find Russia, the largest sovereign state on the planet. In Russia, you will want to spend some time in the amazing city of St. Petersburg and lay your eyes on the dazzling Peterhof Palace. History aficionados will want to spend time in Moscow’s iconic Red Square, while foodies might prefer to sample blini pancakes with Russian caviar.

What It Takes to Arrange A Family Holiday

When it’s the moment to choose your annual family trip, you need to bear in mind: it’s not a one-stop shop.

Families change and so do their preferences and {interests | passions. It does not matter if you are traveling with a large extended family or a smaller tight-knit unit, the best holiday is possible for everyone.

It is significant in today’s crazy world that families have true “family time” and a family vacation is a great way to do this. Doing things as a family is not only good for each member individually, it also works to connect the entire family. And they allow everyone to relax, enjoy life and create enduring memories.

Family vacations, however, can be a daunting task. Keeping each member focused and interested is tough!

So what is the key to a great family holiday?
The bottom line is to keep all ages amused at all times.

While the little ones will need babysitters, medical care and specialized foods, teens and tweens will have other needs. While time with the family is relevant, teenagers need their privacy, to hang out with their friends, go on ventures and to chill by the swimming pool.

Immersive travel is a way to learn more about the place you are visiting and enables your family to be more than typical tourists. Getting involved with in the local culture and experiencing it first hand, you can truly become part of the place you are visiting, and it will be part of you always.

Gazing at the Milky Way at night, exploring the jungle, seeing sea turtles for the first time and feeling the immense splash of a whale in the wild are all invaluable times that will make you want to make take a trip a part of your life. Look forward to genuine adventures that captivate curious minds; bake a pastry in a Parisian boulangerie, visit with local children at a Masai Mara school or take a Zodiac ride in Antarctica with a genuine marine biologist.

Learning some of the local lingo and tasting some diverse food will have the entire family having a good time.

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Those seeking a luxurious and tranquil setting or wanting to uncover far-away places, the choices are limitless.
Below are just some of the destinations to visit:
Nihi Sumba Island, Indonesia
There is no other hotel in the world like the Nihi Sumba in Indonesia – it has been designated the best and most enjoyable hotel in the world.

Here you can get a massage under a fountain, go horseback riding, surf on a private beach and go on a special outing at the Land Rover Safari, all while delighting in the stunning landscape.

Cruise the Italian Riviera

Yacht travel boasts the best of all worlds – here you can shop til you drop, go sightseeing, water skiing or if you prefer, take it easy with a good book. Get started in Naples, head on over to the Blue Grotto in Capri and Positano and complete your trip on the volcanic island of Stromboli.

The Ranch at Rock Creek, Montana

Perhaps your thing is day fishing, hiking or horse-back riding. But if your vision is to fall into the most comfy bed ever at the end of your day, then you undoubtedly want to visit the Ranch at Rock Creek in Montana. You will be staying in luxury cabin accommodations and getting facials and massages at the spa.

African Safari
If your dream is to get your kids off their cell phones and to re-connect to the natural world, then a safari is for you. Even your bored teens will be fascinated by the magnificent natural beauty of the African plains and impressed by the exotic animals.

Iceland is the place to go these days, and for good reasons. It’s an amazing place and not too far from the east coast of the United States. And if you are seeking grand adventure as well as extravagance, it is perfect. That is not all, your kids will wow their friends back home with images of the Northern Lights.


San Carlos de Bariloche in Patagonia is another destination if you are looking to escape the summer season and experience the beauty of this small town set in the foothills of the Andes Mountains.

Bariloche, for short, is a mere two-hour flight from the capital of Buenos Aires.

Costa del Sol, Marbella
Does your teenager want to sharpen his/her tennis skills and do you want to sip sangria on the beach? Well then you want to arrange your next trip at the Puente Romano Beach Resort in Marbella, Spain.


Bermuda has great weather all-year and is not a long trip from the East Coast. The Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, fondly referred to by the Bermudians as the “Pink Palace”, is the ideal vacation spot for the whole family.

Whichever way you cut it, the best family vacations become the stuff of legend, encouraging stories you can reflect on for years.

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