It’s two years since the ash cloud wrought havoc on the travel plans of millions, closing airspace across
The eruption of Eyjafjallajokull in
It often seems to be the far-flung corners of the world, as well as the U.S. and
A sensible precaution is to take out travel insurance with natural catastrophe cover*. Should disaster strike, travellers will be protected if hotels or holiday apartments are destroyed, possessions lost or if injuries require a long hospital stay with high medical bills.
Here are some long-haul ideas for unforgettable trips.
• Cancun. Virgin is launching direct flights in June, going to head to head with BA, so prices are likely to be keen, adding to the attraction of a destination with all-inclusive 5-star resorts that are among the cheapest around.
• Vietnam is being touted as ‘the next big thing in long-haul tourism’ thanks to the first direct flights from the
• Argentina is becoming a hit with adventure seekers, while Australia’s all-action image is balanced by the fact that it claims to have more beaches than any other country. Relaxation as well as watersports is on the agenda.
• Homestays and tourism in the community: these are growing in popularity, with destinations as diverse as
• Fiji: high-energy activities from scuba to skydiving, all against a perfect tropical background. Maybe not an obvious choice for a family break, but Fijians are great with children and there are some excellent family-friendly resorts.
So don’t let fear of natural disasters hold you back. Bon voyage!
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