Cruising… But Not As You Know It
An article for Just You Inspirations Magazine, June 2020
"European river cruises are a different way of travelling - one that's slower and more personal. They also allow access to a blend of Europe’s heavy hitters alongside lesser-known sights..."
European and Worldwide Brochure 2020
Catalogue content and itineraries for Travelsphere, November 2019
"Round off your holiday with an included excursion to 'The Sound of Music' mecca Salzburg, one of Europe's best preserved historic cities, and hardly changed since the days of Mozart..."
Go Scuba Diving in the Andaman Sea
A blog post for Dive Butler International, July 2019
"Thailand and Myanmar are an alluring maze of pretty islands popping out of impossibly clear water. Below the surface, thriving reefs house staggeringly biodiverse marine populations..."
An Easter Island Cruise
Website copy for Pantiel, June 2019
"A pinprick of land in the vast Pacific Ocean, Easter Island's utterly isolated setting has made it an enduring enigma for travelers keen to discover more about its mysterious moai statues..."
Diving in Palau: The Pearl of the Pacific
A blog post for Dive Butler International, April 2019
"Palau is a tiny island nation buried somewhere in the midst of the Pacific Ocean. Hundreds of rock islands erupt like green-forested mushrooms from the clear water, as reefs swirl below...."
A Yangtze River Cruise in China
Website copy for Pantiel, April 2019
"The most spectacular scenery along the world's third-longest river is in the Upper Reaches at the Three Gorges, a 100-mile stretch that is home to a trio of dramatic and beautiful gorges..."
Whale Spotting in Baja, Mexico
Website copy for Pantiel, February 2019
"Baja, a long finger-like Mexican peninsula pointing out into the Pacific, is a playground for marine mammals. Blue whales, sperm whales and humpbacks all frequent its warm waters..."
Find Your Inner Sea Gypsy Diving in Myanmar
A blog post for Dive Butler International, February 2019
"Myanmar is a land of possibility. Cruise the uninhabited Mergui Archipelago islands, explore virgin coral reefs, spot birds in the rainforests and meet the indigenous Moken Sea Gypsies..."
Why Is River Cruising So Popular Now?
A blog post for Kingsbridge Travel, January 2019
"From Russia to Zimbabwe, river cruises are the fastest and most cost-effective way of visiting several destinations in one journey – with the travel itself becoming part of the adventure..."
The Ultimate Dubai Shopping Trip
Website copy for Pantiel, January 2019
"If you'd prefer to eschew international brands in favor of local character, make your way to the atmospheric souks that are packed into the winding streets of Dubai’s historic district..."
Diving in Raja Ampat, Indonesia
A blog post for Dive Butler International, January 2019
"Tucked away off the north-western tip of New Guinea, Raja Ampat comprises 1,500 sparsely populated, jungle-clad islands and cays fringed by white-sand beaches and gin-clear water..."
Diving in the Galapagos Islands
A blog post for Dive Butler International, October 2018
"The 13 islands of the Galapagos are home to an array of weird and wonderful creatures, with the unique biodiversity spilling from the moon-like volcanic islands into the teeming ocean..."
Fodor’s Guide to Inverness and Around, Scotland
A destination guide for Fodor's Travel, May 2018
"Defined by its spectacular topography, the Great Glen brings together mountains and myths, history and wild nature, then lets you wash it all down with a dram of the world’s best whisky..."
The Wellness Movement Is Setting Sail
A blog post for Life Butler International, May 2018
"Creating a luxury wellness retreat aboard a superyacht doesn’t mean checking in to the shipyard for a complete refit. It simply takes valuable expert advice and a holistic approach..."
TravelSupermarket Guide to The Maldives
A destination guide for TravelSupermarket, April 2018
"Idyllic, luxurious, fabulous - holidays in the Maldives are all this and more. The pristine white-sand beaches are so ubiquitous that flip flops may well be the only footwear you'll require..."
Find the Perfect Balance in Lhaviyani Atoll, Maldives
A blog post for Dive Butler International, March 2018
"Cruise just 75 miles north of Malé, busy capital of the Maldives, to enter the pristine Lhaviyani Atoll. This ring of picturesque sandy islands barely breaks the surface of the turquoise water..."
Beauty Above and Below in Baa Atoll, Maldives
A blog post for Dive Butler International, February 2018
"Powdery white sand beaches overhang with palm trees swaying lazily in the warm breeze. Welcome to Baa Atoll, a tropical paradise island in the gin-clear waters of the Indian Ocean..."
Diving with Sharks in French Polynesia
A blog post for Dive Butler International, January 2018
"There is a widespread and irrational fear of sharks. Yet sharks kill less than 10 people a year, while humans kill between 100 and 200 million sharks a year, mainly to make shark fin soup..."
Silverkris Guide to Malé, The Maldives
A destination guide for Silverkris (Singapore Airlines in-flight magazine), November 2017
"With over 130,000 people squeezed into two square miles, Malé is a bustling and fast-paced capital - the antithesis of the laid-back island resorts that draw most tourists to The Maldives..."
TravelSupermarket Guide to The Bahamas
A destination guide for TravelSupermarket, September 2017
"Ah, the Bahamas. The name alone conjures up blissfully clear waters, warm white sands, and coral reefs teeming with underwater life. Yet its 700 islands and coral reefs vary dramatically..."