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After the summer rush, September is the perfect time for a quiet getaway. From adrenaline-fuelled adventures amid quaint Devonian villages to Fijian beach breaks, we round up what’s hot this month.
The Thamesjet boat is the only jet-powered boat on the Thames, promising tourists the tightest twists and turns on the river. Jane Duru takes a ride on the wild side.
The Isles of Scilly are a wildlife-spotter's dream in summer, with nesting puffins, seals and bats among the species to be discovered on these charming islands off Cornwall, finds Caroline Bishop.
London’s restaurant scene is on fire with the pace of new openings, but what of the stalwarts that have survived long beyond being the ‘Next Big Thing?’ Jane Duru sizes up whether Le Caprice, beloved hangout of ageing rock stars and Mayfair businessmen, has still got it after 32 years in the...
Andalucia’s grand treasures of Granada and Seville are well touted so Cherry Casey decides to hire a car to tour other parts of the region, encountering a stubborn horse, deserted beaches and time-honoured traditions en route.
From counting newly hatched turtle eggs to taking big cats for a walk in the jungle, here’s our list of the top five voluntary wildlife experiences.
With Galway’s affluent Irish history and the soaring coastal Cliffs of Moher, Ireland’s west coast boasts stunning views and vibrant culture, says Marcela Guimaraes.
Peppered with majestic lochs, magical castles and abundant wildlife, the Scottish Highlands provide a true insight into ‘real’ Scotland. Patrick Thorne gets behind the wheel to explore this mystical area on an all-encompassing road trip.
Tucked away in the Ecuadorian cloud forest, Mashpi Lodge might look like a Bond villain’s lair but the hotel’s owners have purely ethical intentions, says Gavin Haines who checks into this lavish jungle retreat.