Fancy the freedom of a “round the world” ticket? We can help you plan extended itineraries and multi-flight tours. We can also help you plan fabulous multi-destination holidays – to make the most of those flight miles. How about three days in Macau on the way to New Zealand? Or a week in the Emirates on the way to the Maldives?
Here’s some of our favourite multi-destination trips.
Dubai and Thailand
Sail the desert city on a Dhow cruise along Dubai creek before hitting the malls and souks. Bash some dunes, or take a camel ride, then enjoy some fabulous dining in the luxe hotels. What a contrast to the paradise, palm-lined beaches of Thailand – slip into warm turquoise waters, snorkel alongside colourful fish, then dry off in the sun on white sands before hitting the night markets. An exotic holiday of vibrant contrasts.
New York and Las Vegas
Under the iconic skyline of the city that never sleeps, get your fix of stylish dining, discount shopping and cultural excess before flying across the country to Sin City. It might not have the sophisticated scene and cultural highlights of New York, but Las Vegas will still put on a show. Hit the tables, explore the desert, marvel at the Grand Canyon, or book a white-water adventure up to a year in advance to see it from a different perspective. Two of America’s most exciting cities.
Singapore and Australia
Singapore has seen amazing change over the last few decades. Old favourites like Raffles can still be enjoyed, but pale under the mind-blowing architecture of the Supreme Court, the Helix Bridge, conservatories at the Bay, Marina Bay Sands, the ArtMuseum and Thian Hock Keng Temple. This is a stopover that can spin into weeks if you let it!
Miami and Japan
Kuala Lumpur and Bali might be the traditional stopovers on the way to Japan, but how about stopping off at Florida’s most stylish city? Admire the art deco finery, marvel at the outré style, feast on stone crab, and seek out the best Cuban sandwich, before exploring the beautiful beaches of the Florida Keys and the unique natural environment of the Everglades. What an amazing counterpoint to the manicured gardens of Koraku-en, the bright lights of Tokyo and the serene peak of Mount Fuji.
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