Where in the world do you want to go? Every day I receive emails on travel deals from all over the world, so here’s a regular hit list of the best.
With some of the Middle East too unsettled for tourism, travellers’ tastes for adventures are turning to the mountains and medinas of Morocco.
It’s been an unusually busy year for big bad news stories so far, and where there’s natural disaster or violence there’s doubt whether it’s safe for tourists. Here’s an update.
Are you constantly behind a lens when you travel and want to learn more about capturing images of the world? Learn how in a five-day photo tour of Istanbul, Turkey.
Tourists are being encouraged to go back to Egypt, even though the political situation is far from settled following the ouster of president Hosni Mubarak.
With the Middle East increasingly restive and the demise of Osama bin Laden sparking terrorism threats, I’ll bet there are a lot of fingers crossed in economically-strapped Spain, Portugal and Greece for an avalanche of tourists. The sun is shining, the sea is warming up and the welcome mats are out.
Experience snake charmers, fortune tellers and centuries-old souks on a journey to Morocco.
Serenely beautiful Christchurch was a mecca for tourists. New Zealand’s second-largest city also receives 82 per cent of inbound foreign visitors to the South Island. Last September a major earthquake did serious damage but not so serious that Christchurch ground to a halt.