Viking Cruises on the Elbe

The Elbe’s waterways may be quiet, but they drift through some of Europe’s most historical spots, as Anthony Pearce discovers. European river cruise has exploded in popularity in recent years, but on the Elbe, you…

Cruise: the other side of the Mediterranean

The Mediterranean remains the most popular cruise choice for Brits, but there’s a lot more to it than you might think. Its sheer size and diversity of destinations allow for a number of alternative itineraries…

Golf cruises: tees and high seas

Golf and cruise can be a match made in heaven. It’s no surprise cruise lines are upping their offering, writes Sue Bryant. In theory, golf and cruise should go hand-in-hand; the age group and demographic…

How Japan became the rising star of golf

Peter Ellegard heads east to discover why Japan is the most exciting golf destination in the world.  The land of the rising sun is now an emerging golf holiday destination. Ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics,…

The best wedding and honeymoon destinations

The market for overseas weddings and honeymoons represents an incredibly lucrative selling opportunity for creative agents. Karl Cushing reports. Given our unpredictable weather and the huge cost of UK weddings it’s no surprise many of…

One love in Jamaica

Pristine beaches, the sounds of Bob Marley and smell of jerk chicken cooked over a wood fire help Heidi Fuller-love fall for Jamaica. "Yah mon! You need to learn this – it’s what everyone says…

Rock of ages: Jordan

One of ABTA’s destinations to watch in 2019, Jordan fuses rich history, effusive hospitality and sweeping vistas. Emily Eastman travels from Amman to explore this ancient gateway to the Middle East The benches in the…

Las Vegas’s wellness revolution

Las Vegas may be holding on to its party hat, but the resort city is simultaneously seducing travellers with wellness retreats and a tantalising menu of unbeatable restaurants, writes Emily Eastman As a city in…