Our writers have visited all kinds of wildlife lodges around the world – from floating lodges in Canada to tree houses in Peru, here are our top 6.
We at Boutique Travel Blog love food tours, so we’ve brought together a collection of the very best food and drink tours in the UK. Eat, drink and be merry!
We went everywhere from India to Argentina last year, visiting some truly spectacular hotels. Here are our top 8 favourite hotels of 2016.
Nilaya, meaning abode in blue or simply heaven in Sanskrit, is a secluded and unique, luxury, boutique hotel in Goa surrounded by nature. The perfect hideaway and antidote to our hectic, modern lifestyles.
The competition for the 2015 World Responsible Tourism Awards at WTM has started in earnest as the longlist of organisations vying for the top spot at WTM in London this November is announced and we are delighted that Boutique Travel Blog’s founder and editor, Kathryn Burrington’s personal blog Travel With Kat is on the list, as is one of our favourite eco lodges, Sandele Eco Retreat in The Gambia.
Next month on 9th May 2015, Monaco will host the first Formula E Grand Prixin at what has to be our favourite motor racing circuit. It is certain to be an unforgetable race in what is proving to be a superb first season. Registration for the free tickets is now open.
Perennially popular as a holiday destination, the South West of France (or Sud-Ouest in French) covers some of the most spectacular scenery in the country. Alongside the stunning hills, expansive views and beautiful river valleys, this part of France is also home to some incredible wine producing areas.
Our guide to the very best this spectacular city has to offer, from hotels and bars, where and what to eat, plus some great ideas for things to do in Budapest.
Each year exciting new destinations open up to the would be traveller. New flight routes make places more accessible, spectacular events, anniversaries and even film releases set in stunning locations can all put new destinations in the spotlight.
Croatia is a magical place to visit in December with its beautiful historic cities lit-up for the season. Christmas markets, ice-rinks, seasonal delicacies and carol singing all add to the festive atmosphere. You can even visit Santa in the fairytale land of Učka Nature Park.
Christmas can be a stressful time of year, especially for the cooks of the household, and even if you have the annual Christmas cooking frenzy refined to a fine art, perhaps you are looking for something new to delight your family or impress your friends this year. Why not treat yourself to an expert cooking class at one of these two fabulous cooking schools? There’s a wonderful variety of courses to choice from at both The Carlton School of Food and River Cottage Cookery School.
An exceptional opportunity to sample five star cruising with Dream Charters on the luxury yacht Carpe Diem 1, sailing the Turquoise Coast and the Greek Islands this half-term.
“A two-day riot of colour, dance and music, the Sani Festival is the perfect way to build a social camaraderie among the far-flung villages of the Zanskar valley.” Sandeepa and Chetan
Located in the heart of the Gothic Quarter and with just 28 rooms, the Mercer Hotel Barcelona is a unique establishment in a restored heritage building of tremendous historical value to the city. Parts of the building dates back to the 1st century AD, including a portion of the Roman wall of ancient Barcino, whilst other parts date back to the middle ages.
Waking up to the soft sound of the waves, singing birds and the rustling of the palm trees. Looking out the window to see monkeys and the most beautiful butterflies passing by. Getting away from it all, forgetting about such things as the time or the date, simply relaxing, surrounded by nature – this is what the Tembo Kijani EcoLodge offer their guests.