LA Two-Day Luxury Itinerary

Maybe you’re celebrating an anniversary and want to go all out, or perhaps you just love the good life. Whatever the reason, luxe Los Angeles is oh so fabulous! 

Milton-based Flight Centre consultant Courtney Cruickshank gives us her top tips on how to see LA in a lap of luxury. 

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Day 1: Take a Citadel Shopping Tour with Extreme Tours and get a Shoppers Delight $20 gift card too. Citadel Outlets is a 65,000 square metre mixed-use commercial property featuring a hotel, four office buildings, and Los...

LA Two-Day Budget Itinerary

From shopping to dining to just strolling around, Los Angeles has something for everyone. One of the best activities – people watching – is absolutely free. But for a few more dollars you’ve got a whole range of activities on offer. 

Milton-based Flight Centre consultant Bridget Wall shares her tips on how to do LA on a budget.

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Day 1: An ideal way to see the city is on a 24- hour Hop-On, Hop-Off Double Decker City Tour operated by StarLine. Sit back and enjoy the view from the comfort of the open-air top deck or the enclosed

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4 Days On The Water Itinerary

For the water babies...

Auckland is set on three beautiful harbours and is home to more than 50 islands, so it’s no coincidence the city has such a great range of water-based activities to offer. If you’ve got well-faring sea-legs, there are plenty of maritime endeavours to keep you busy on a long weekend in Auckland.

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4 Days Food & Wine Itinerary

For the grape lovers...

Foodies and wine lovers flock to New Zealand, and the good news is you can treat your tastebuds to some serious foodie haunts right here in Auckland. Grab a bite at the popular dining precincts right in the heart of the city or visit Auckland’s wine regions to taste superb wines and fresh produce.

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4 Day Adventure Itinerary

For the thrill-seekers...

Where in the world could you be up 192 metres in the air on the SkyWalk in the morning and then zooming around seeing the city sights on the back of a Harley Davidson motorbike in the afternoon? In Auckland, of course!

Holidaying in New Zealand’s adventure playground means adventure options to the max. Jump off the Auckland Harbour Bridge with New Zealand’s only ocean-touch bungy, then zip through the forest on a quad bike tour....

4 Day Nature & Wildlife Itinerary

When you want to venture into the wild...

There’s no denying New Zealand is well known for its eco offerings. Its pristine, varied landscapes make for amazing experiences in beguiling natural settings. The city is surrounded by three harbours and verdant rolling volcanic hills – in Auckland, you never have to travel far to be immersed in nature.

Just 40 minutes from downtown and you’ll find yourself amidst lush native forests; 25 minutes by ferry and you’ll reach Rangitoto Island – Auckland’s youngest and largest volcano. It’s not hard to see why lovers of the...

7 Day Itinerary

Take to the land, air and water on this Kakadu National Park itinerary and you'll discover everything this mesmerising region has to offer, including expansive floodplains, rushing waterfalls, rare wildlife and tens of thousands of years of Aboriginal history. 

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3 Day Itinerary

For an encounter with the park's highlights from both land, air and water, follow this three day Kakadu itinerary and you're sure to leave the National Park both satisfied and longing for a return visit.

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Drop Me Off In New Orleans

If New York is the city that never sleeps, New Orleans is the city with nonstop jazz. Any night of the week, most hours of the day, jazz enthusiasts can get along to a gig. And not just any gig – New Orleans clubs feature the best of the best and incredible emerging artists as a matter of course. But in a city that has jazz at every corner, you’ll need to plan your time cleverly to really get under the skin of this lively, lovely city.

The eclectic energy of the city can be partly attributed to its history. New Orleans is a genuine melting pot, a result of more than 300 years of...

The Last Frontier

“My cousin’s got a moose set up in his backyard,” a local tells me on my first day in Alaska. “He can’t mow the lawn – it chases him inside. The dog plays out the front now.”

I’m hardly out in the boondocks; I’m in Alaska’s largest city, Anchorage. Here, beluga whales breach from the sea just a few hundred metres away from the CBD while fanatic fishermen in wading boots line the waterway that runs through the city, hunting $10,000 – the prize for the biggest salmon in the annual Ship Creek Slammin’ Salmon Derby. And there are bears not far from here; the bins are bear-proofed and I...

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