Category Archives: Middle East Guides

Family Holidays With A Twist

TERRIFIC TURKEY Turkey offers an intriguing blend of cultures, being the place where the East meets the West it has endured numerous civilizations and the result is the endless ancient ruins that dot the country. It boasts of white sandy beaches, bustling bazaars, incredible architecture and lively family friendly resorts. Antalya resort is a family favorite with beaches, golf courses, ancient sites and waterfalls. Dalaman or otherwise known as the Turquoise coast is home to secluded coves,

Top 5 New Destinations for 2014

If you’re bored of package holidays to Tenerife or weekend breaks in Paris and you’re thinking of travelling somewhere a little more adventurous in 2014, check out our top five new destinations to inspire your 2014 travel itinerary: Havana, Cuba Less than a hundred miles from Florida, a trip to Havana is a little like stepping back in time to the fifties. There are narrow cobbled streets and wide boulevards that are full of old cars and Spanish buildings coloured in fading yellows, blues

5 Reasons to Visit Dubai

Dubai has become one of the premier locations for travelers in recent years. Dubai is located on the southeast coast of the Persian Gulf and is part of the United Arab Emirates. The UAE consists of seven different emirates, but Dubai is the largest in population and the second largest in land area. Dubai dates back to 1095 AD and the earliest recorded settlement was in 1799. The main revenue sources for Dubai are real estate, tourism, financial services and aviation. Of course the emirate was primarily