Adventures in Patagonia

Edwina has absolutely loved her time in Patagonia, Chile. She was pretty proud of herself, completing the 20km Las Torres Base hike, but there are lots more walks / activities that aren't as difficult. Spectacular scenery, amazing sunrises, wonderful eco lodges and prepared to stay for at least 5 nights as there is so much to do!

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Posted in 'Wentworth Travel News' on Tuesday 26 February 2019

Time out at a Wellness Retreat

It is so important to take some time out of your busy lifestyle for yourself. A wellness holiday allows you to maintain, promote or kickstart a wellness lifestyle while also exploring a new destination. Anna travelled to Canyon Ranch, Tucson. Anna felt rejuvenated in a short time and picked up many tips to contribute to a healthy lifestyle when back home.

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Posted in 'Wentworth Travel News' on Tuesday 26 February 2019

6 Wellness Trends for 2018

Wellness travel might have once been a niche trend but the ever-growing popularity of hotel programs, retreats, and specialists make it clear: The category is here to stay. “The wellness travel sector continues to grow at a rapid pace,” says Martha Good, an Austin-based Virtuoso advisor. “People’s daily lives are consumed by emails, text messages, social media, and the strain of juggling work and personal responsibilities, leaving little time to focus on their well-being. They want a trip that allows them to return home feeling fresh, rested, and rejuvenated. Many trips are now centered around spiritual, emotional, or physical well-being.” The best retreats work with guests to identify issues...

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Posted in 'Travel News' on Friday 02 February 2018

Lionel discovers Sri Lanka

Lionel explored Sri Lanka with Island Destinations. This small but very diverse country offers a wealth of experiences, whether it be the colonial fort town of Galle, the tea plantations in the inland hills, or the surf beaches. The highlights for him were the Tea Trails lodges and Amangalla.

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Posted in 'Wentworth Travel News' on Monday 29 January 2018

Jenny tours Estonia

Tallinn is one of northern Europe’s historical gems, with a well preserved Old Town encircled by City Walls.  Gothic houses and spired churches add unique character to it’s narrow streets. In 1997 UNESCO listed Tallinn as a World Heritage Site. Pictured is the Kadriorg Palace Art Museum. Peter the Great conquered Tallinn in 1710 and built the palace for his wife Empress Catherine. Kadriorg is Estonian for Catherine’s Valley.

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Posted in 'Wentworth Travel News' on Sunday 28 January 2018



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