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Want to explore the world but not sure where to start? We’re here to help! Take the quiz and see what adventure you should take. USIT’s January Sale is in full swing with up to 30% off selected tours, starting from just €409 for 8 days in Costa Rica! Want to chat with one of … Continue reading [QUIZ] Ready to FEEL Adventure? Find Out Where Will Suit You Best!
The silver bullet to the January blues is, and always has been – travel. The turn of the year does invigorate the masses into forming a plan for what’s ahead and a huge part of that is where on this big beautiful planet to explore. Every twelve months, we see new niches emerge to fundamentally … Continue reading Six Emerging Trends Set To Dominate Irish 2018 Travel Plans
“We all really felt as though Xian was what we expected from a Chinese city and initial thoughts were that we were going to enjoy it here…”. After the dense smog, the ludicrous scale of Beijing and the stunning scenery surrounding the Great Wall, it was time for @JamesOD09’s China adventure, hurtling south to Xian, … Continue reading James in China: Xian, Shanghai And 8,000 Uniquely Mind-Blowing Terracotta Warriors
10 years ago, Doha and Qatar as a whole would have been one of the more obscure parts of the world if you were Irish. Qatar Airways had yet to become a truly global carrier, the controversial World Cup 2022 announcement had yet to drop and Doha was difficult to place either on a map, … Continue reading Discovering Doha: A Viable City Break Alternative To It’s More Illustrious Neighbours?
12. Kadavu, Fiji Did you know Fiji is close to having an island for every day of the year? There are 332 chunks of impossible beauty, although only 106 of them have permanent residents. Fiji’s capital, Suva is only a 4-hour flight from Sydney and for the thousands of Irish living on Australia’s East Coast, … Continue reading REVEALED: The 12 Hottest Destinations For Irish Travellers in 2018