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  • 7 March

    There’s a lot to love in Healdsburg: The farming village that embodies the cool and chic we’ve come to associate with Sonoma wine country, once the sleepy sister to Napa. There are great places to eat fun shops, and by Q4 2020, a new hotel to rest your weary head after a day hitting the tasting rooms. […]

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  • 6 March

    Silversea and Riviera River Cruises have updated their cancellation and rebooking options for guests concerned about the coronavirus. Silversea’s new rebooking options are as part of parent company Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.’s “Cruise With Confidence” initiative; the options build on the luxury cruise line’s new coronavirus cancellation policy, which it announced March 5.  Guests on […]

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  • 6 March

    The “experience economy” is on the rise and yet more and more people are concerned with the environment and overtourism. What is the responsible solution? Luxury Travel Advisor London correspondent Emily Goldfischer met with Libby White, director of experiences at TravelJar, a bespoke luxury expedition company, offering access to exotic locations and cultures while taking the utmost […]

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  • 6 March

    AmaWaterways has announced plans to launch a new river cruise ship on Egypt’s Nile River in September 2021. Called the AmaDahlia, the vessel will mark the 25th ship in AmaWaterways’ fleet.  Starting in September 2021 AmaWaterways will begin offering an 11-night Secrets of Egypt & Nile cruise and land itinerary that will include a seven-night […]

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  • 5 March

    It’s been years in the making and now Six Senses has unveiled its fifth and final lodge in Bhutan. Luxury adventurers can embark on a circuit around the Himalayan kingdom, staying in diverse accommodations across Bhutan’s western and central valleys, each designed around a specific theme. The five-valley Six Senses khamsa (“journey”) is a reflection […]

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  • 5 March

    Posted: 03/05/20 | March 5th, 2020 Home to incredible historical and religious sites, the mineral-rich Dead Sea (which is also the lowest point on Earth), a lively nightlife, and a world-class food scene, Israel has a lot to offer visiting travelers. Though a small country that doesn’t take too long to drive around, there’s just […]

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  • 5 March

    Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has announced the adoption of new screening policies regarding the coronavirus, officially named COVID-19. As a result of the changes, CLIA member cruise lines will now: Deny boarding to all persons who have travelled from, visited or transited via airports in South Korea, Iran, China, including Hong Kong and Macau, […]

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  • 5 March

    Located in northern Botswana, the Linyanti Wildlife Reserve is renowned for its high concentration of wildlife and pretty scenery—from riparian forests and lagoons to pristine grasslands. The region offers a complementary contrast to the Okavango Delta, making it a good add-on to a Botswana safari itinerary. Forming a natural boundary between Namibia and Botswana on the […]

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  • 4 March

    To the person who wrote the original, we’d love to credit you… When this first did the rounds on Twitter, the reaction of the team here at Adventure HQ went something like this: sharp intake of breath, closely followed by furious indignation and flashes of Beyoncé-style ‘Run the world’ ass-kicking fantasy montage (quickly dispelled, none […]

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  • 4 March

    Several Swiss hotels are sporting shiny new Michelin stars following the Guide Michelin 2020 ceremony in Lugano on February 24. Of the 122 restaurants in the guide, six new two-star restaurants and 12 new one-star restaurants were added this year. (Fun fact: According to the Michelin Guide, Switzerland has the highest per capita density of […]

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