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Take your pick from these three luxury villas, set in tropical gardens by the sea in northern Bali – Villa Nujum, Villa Samora and Villa Buddha. Lit by hundreds of lamps by night to create a fairytale atmosphere, each has its own stunning infinity swimming pool, jacuzzi and spacious indoor and outdoor areas, sleeping up to 6, 12 or 18 people respectively.
Would you like to experience Africa’s wildlife and nature and enjoy some of the continents loveliest beaches, while knowing that your holiday was not damaging the environment? Sarah Peled from Tembo Kijani Ecolodge in Tanzania, shares her thoughts on what it takes to be eco-friendly and create an ecolodge?
We all love a bit of luxury, but there is so much more to making a hotel really memorable. I recently asked 5 well-respected travel bloggers what were their favourite luxury, boutique or eco chic hotels. They replied with a very interesting mix, from the ultimate in luxury to something a little more unusual.
The Soneva Fushi Resort is an idyllic, desert island hideaway with perfect white sand beaches lapped by crystal clear, aquamarine waters. Located in the Baa Atoll, the Maldives’ only UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, Soneva Fushi a truly stunning resort, with a wonderful range of luxurious beachside villas, some with private pools, as you can see for yourself in this 360 virtual tour of Soneva Fushi by Ron Arnoldussen, FOTOGRAFIE 360.
Travelling the world can really take its toll on a frequent jetsetter, with endless queues and layovers in airports. Fortunately, there are places where comfort and luxury are at the heart of the world’s busiest airport terminals. Here are three of our favourite luxurious airportsfrom around the world.
In an unspoilt corner of Turkey (while the rain still falls and the gails still blow here in the UK) the first wild spring flowers are transforming the fields into brightly coloured carpets, white almond blossoms look glorious against the clear blue skies and temperatures are already approaching 20 degrees.
Holidaying in a ‘green’ way used to mean camping in a field surrounded by cow manure. How times have changed! The emergence of eco-chic holiday homes means that now you can play your part, respecting the planet, whilst relaxing in comfortable or even luxurious surroundings. Here’s five of our favourites…
It may be cold, wet and windy here in the UK but there’s plenty of winter sun to be found elsewhere and it’s not as far away as you think. The Gambia, known as the smiling coast of Africa, is less than a 6 hour flight away.
We’ve picked out 3 of our favourite hotels, in this colourful West African country, and teamed them with our favourite beachwear from Beach Cafe…
A mini guide, for the readers of Boutique Travel Blog, introducing some wonderful wines from the USA, written by Anna Von Bertele, wine specialist at Roberson Wine, of London.
In the sacred forest of Makasutu, you will find a hidden oasis – the perfect place to escape the world, relax and unwind. With just 9 lodges, at many times, it will feel as if you have this magical setting all to yourself.