Category - Hiking

10
Feb

Top 5 Experiences in Greenland with A&K

Located between the Arctic and Atlantic oceans, Greenland is the largest island of the world and an exciting destination for all adventure minded travellers. Greenland is also a place of fascinating contrasts, where enduring Inuk and Viking traditions thrive alongside a dynamic wilderness. Abercrombie and Kent’s new 2020 Ultimate Iceland & Greenland Cruise offers a special focus to […]

28
Jan

The Springs Resort & Spa – Costa Rica

Welcome to The Springs Resort & Spa where the word “Vacation” is truly defined. With a spectacular view of the Arenal Volcano, natural hot and cold springs, five unique dining experiences, and an impressive full-service Spa, The Springs Resort and Spa at Arenal promises to overwhelm you in every aspect of quality, service and design. […]

15
Jan

Top Alaskan Adventures

When it comes to describing wild Alaska, the word ‘beautiful” is often used. Vast, striking landscapes are found over every horizon, from deep and luscious green forests that coat mountainsides to towering off-white glaciers that calve off into the deep blues of an ocean teeming with life.  And when it comes to adventure, the state offers […]

1
Nov

Explore Off the Beaten Path

Exploration comes in all shapes and sizes. From an Arctic hike through the freezing tundra to a bike ride through the Austrian countryside dotted with castles and churches, adventure can be found in all corners of the world.  Turn these miles into memories with your friends and family!  For those who like the peacefulness of […]

15
Jul

Active Travel and Fitness

  We get asked this question all the time – and that’s hardly surprising.  After all, the term “active” implies fit and energetic.  So while we will admit our “active” holidays do require a minimum of fitness, you’d be surprised by the spectrum of fitness levels required. So many people we speak to think you […]

19
Oct

Hotel Spotlight: Arctic Watch

The summer of 2015 marked the 16th season of Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge at Cunningham Inlet on Somerset Island, Nunavut. Canada’s twelfth biggest island, Somerset Island has no permanent residents on its 24786 square kilometers (9570 miles sq). A world class beluga whale observation site, Somerset Island is of particular interest to naturalists and photographers. […]