TRAVEL & LIFESTYLE
Something to look forward to
POLLY NIGHTINGALE
4 October 2017
Sometimes when you return from a holiday you experience a sense of unreality, temporarily suspended between the world of travel and that of everyday life. Rather than fall into the trap of PBH, the post-holiday blues, I recommend some self-help and for me nothing works better than throwing myself into planning my next trip. Indeed, having not long returned from my travels I have already booked the next adventure and am happily anticipating the holiday to come.
With that in mind, should you find yourself in a similar situation and requiring a dose of holiday-planning therapy, where better to start than our wonderful website. We’ve collected together some inspiring experiences and grouped together holidays in types to make it easier for you to see what takes your fancy. It may be that once-in-a-lifetime trip to iconic destinations such as the Taj Mahal, Machu Picchu or the Antarctic, spending time with mountain gorillas, meerkats or jaguars, seeking thrills through zip lining, white water rafting or mountain biking, or just relaxing on an exotic beach.
Taj Mahal, Agra, India
Photograph by Paul Cook
Quite a choice, you’ll agree. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. We’ve got specialists websites dedicated to the Galapagos Islands, Costa Rica, Botswana and Tanzania, each brimming with ideas, information and photos to engage you, and our consultants are not only experts in their fields, but keen travellers, too, eager to help you make your dreams become reality.
“I recommend some self-help and for me nothing works better than throwing myself into planning my next trip”
So whatever you fancy, I’m sure we have can conjure up something that you will enjoy looking forward to.
Meerkat adventures.
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Photograph via Costa Rican Trails

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Photograph by Jo Crebbin via Shutterstock