We are going further….

 

 

 

Taking You Further

We have 15 years’ experience in the travel industry and identified an opportunity in the market to offer exemplary service and the management of travel related services, not merely being a travel agency. We are passionate about client service and ensuring that our clients’ needs are met.

When working with us, you will find that we take the time to gain a full working knowledge of what is important and significant to each client. We believe that the best way to serve our clients is to understand the reasons why they’re travelling and to understand their core business. The more involved we can get, the more value we are able to add.

Our Travel Management model is modified to each client’s individual needs and requirements as we understand that no one client is the same expects the same or has the same needs.

Featured Destination

Still looking for something special to do this December?

Still looking for something special to do this December?
The 5* Heritage Le Telfair Mauritius is set on a massive piece of property and offers 12 restaurants and bars, tons of amazing watersports and activities including one of the best Golf courses in the Indian Ocean, stunning kids facilities and a butler service to really make sure that you chillax – not to mention 35% off your accommodation! This is the perfect place to put up your feet and reflect on 2018.

Includes: Return flights to Mauritius; Return resort transfers; 7 nights accommodation in a Garden View Suite; Breakfast & dinner daily; Butler service; Free unlimited green fees at Heritage Golf Club; Land & Water sports as featured by the resort; All taxes, levies & surcharges (estimate)

For more information Contact Us today!

Find Us On Facebook

EUROPE / NORTH AMERICA / SOUTH AMERICA: Unesco to announce 33 new World Heritage Sites
After several days of online deliberations, Unesco has voted to add 33 new spots to its list of World Heritage Sites so far, with more discussions to come.

A Unesco representative told CNN Travel that current deliberations were set to conclude tomorrow (July 30). Some natural spots have been added to the list so far, including the Kaeng Krachan Forest Complex in Thailand, a forest known for its endangered plants and birds. About two dozen cultural spots have been confirmed, including the historic limestone city of As-Salt in Jordan.

Also on the list is Peru's Chankillo Archaeoastronomical Complex, a prehistoric site once used to track the sun to demarcate dates over the span of a year.

The Trans-Iranian Railway is another new addition. The railway runs through mountainous landscapes, connecting the Caspian Sea with the Persian Gulf.

Saudi Arabia's Ḥimā Cultural Area rock art has also made the cut, as has the French town of Nice, while spa towns across Europe including Bath, England, and Františkovy Lázně in the Czech Republic have been confirmed as a collective group.
...

View on Facebook

CANADA: Mask mandate reimposed in Central Okanagan
British Columbia is declaring a COVID-19 outbreak in Central Okanagan after a rapid rise in cases in the region and is reimposing a local mask mandate, as well as other public health measures.

"We are concerned in public health about the rapid increase in the Central Okanagan, particularly around the Kelowna area," said Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry.

Under the new health order, masks are now mandatory in indoor public spaces for anyone over the age of 12. They are also being encouraged outdoors when people cannot physically distance themselves.

Travel to and from the region, which includes Kelowna, West Kelowna, Peachland, and Lake Country, is also being strongly discouraged unless individuals are fully immunised.

The region will also be reducing the interval between first and second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to 28 days.

Casinos, nightclubs, fitness studios are all still allowed to stay open in the area, but dancing or mingling are not allowed. Officials also promised greater enforcement in fitness studios, where they have seen linked cases, says CBC.
...

View on Facebook