There are 195 sovereign nations in the world and in each of these there is so much to discover from urban to regional stays and a myriad of cultures throughout. We will bring you the best of each destination in our editorials.
Food, wine and good times are back on the menu at Western Australia Gourmet Escape this November (17-21) when Australia’s best culinary talent take part in events in WA’s most celebrated culinary locations – Margaret River, Perth, Swan Valley and for the first time, Rottnest Island.
From kangaroos to snoozing koalas and everything furry or finned in between, Australia’s wild animals are as unforgettable as the land they call home. Here’s where to plan to be to find these incredible creatures in their natural habitat across New South Wales.
Canada’s Yukon Territory offers endless sunshine where the further north you travel, the longer the days. Above the Arctic Circle, the Yukon’s midnight sun doesn’t set for weeks.
Can you say you’ve visited a health retreat if you haven’t visited COMO Shambhala? Of course it’s a rhetorical question but if you’ve ever been on your stomach, head to the side while feeling the deliciousness of your muscles being stretched by one of their incredible massage therapists while you inhale some ethereal scent from some type of eau de heaven being rubbed into your thirsty pores, you will understand.
Wilderness trails to peruse when the lockdown is over or if you are within a 10 km radius you can enjoy them now.
A three night glam experience which includes private helicopters, fine dining among the ice caves, a mixology lesson with 12,000-year-old Glacier ice and an ice-inspired afternoon tea is being offered by Shangri La Vancouver. The adventure showcases some of British Columbia at its coolest.
The series inspired by Maurice Leblanc’s Lupin books follows Assane Diop in the role of modern day Lupin – the gentleman burglar. Assane dons many a disguise in order to prove that his father who was framed for the theft of Marie Antoinette’s necklace and then murdered was set up. This light and delicious story offers up a wealth of French locations from the opening scene at the Louvre through to the home of Maurice Leblanc in Etretat.
Canada Day is on Thursday, 1 July this year and commemorates the joining of Canada’s original three provinces, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and the provinces of Canada (now known as Ontario and Quebec) as the Dominion of Canada in 1867.
Mark May 8, 2023 in your diary for an insider’s peek into Cuba, led by historian, Michael Bustamante. Arcadia Expeditions have created a 16 day expedition to explore the history of the Revolution in Cuba with curated meetings with Cubans from all walks of life. Follow Fidel Castro’s revolution when Cuba was catapulted to the forefront of a global power struggle, with events such as the Bay of Pigs Invasion and the Cuban Missile Crisis. Against all odds, the Cuban revolutionary experiment continues today, with the country remaining one of the last outposts of state socialism.
Newcastle’s hotly anticipated Crystalbrook Kingsley opens its doors on Wednesday, 9 June, bringing a new level of sustainable luxury to Australia’s seventh largest city and gateway to the Hunter Valley.
Renowned for its lush bamboo jungles, adventurous trails and an away-from-it-all experience, the Golden Triangle brings together cultures and showcases the diversity of not just Thailand, but also its neighbours – Myanmar and Laos. With just a gurgling Ruak River to separate the borders, guests who “glamp” at the exclusive hillside accommodation at Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle have the ideal vantage point to explore the fascinating experiences put together by the Camp’s team of experts.