holiday honeymoon mauritius

holiday honeymoon mauritius

If you are looking for year round warm waters, sandy white beaches, fresh seafood and world class accommodations, then you will just have to spend your honeymoon in Mauritius. There are many options when it comes to deciding where to stay as there are plenty of world class private beach resorts to choose from. No matter what your budget may be, if you are looking for an affordable resort of five star exclusivity, you are sure to find exactly what you are looking for. World famous for its warm and friendly people as well as its natural beauty, Mauritius has played host to many romantic breakaways in the past and remains one of the most preferred romantic destinations in the world.

With exciting attractions luring millions of visitors annually, Mauritius’s popularity shows no sign of waning any time soon. With such diversity in its island variety Mauritius has evolved into a happening amalgam of various cultures. Influences range from Creole, African, English, Asian and French. This has contributed largely to why Mauritius is referred to as the “most Cosmopolitan Island”. This naturally has led to people from all over the world feeling as though they can relate to some part of Mauritian culture because of this eclectic mix of cultures, and it simply contributes to the popularity of having a romantic honeymoon in Mauritius.

There are many world renowned and award winning restaurants and hotels on the Island. Celebrated food includes French cuisine which captures the imagination and entices the taste buds after a long day spent exploring charming and characterful shops. You will find Mauritius to be the perfect locale for starting your lives together. The breath-taking sunsets along with the striking nature presents the ideal setting for long, intimate talks where promises and lifelong memories will be made. Beach Tag’s experienced and friendly staff is ready to make your honeymoon in Mauritius a completely unforgettable experience. They realize that you want to spend time with your new spouse after the build up to the ceremony with the least amount of disturbance, and their honeymoon specials cater for all those needs.


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Holiday in Modern Bintan

Holiday in Modern Bintan

Bintan island, part of the Indonesia Riau province, has 105 kilometers of coastline. It is a tropical paradise with sugary white sand. Bintan used to be covered with dense rainforest but the jungle is now confined to the mountain.  In the last decade, there has been huge investment in Bintan, transforming it from a hitherto unknown island to a happening tourist destination. Alongside industrial advances, there has also been a profusion of 5 star hotels in Bintanand 4 star hotels in Bintan. Bintan is also popular because of its easy accessibility from Singapore. It is only a 2-hour boat ride away but seems like an entire universe apart from busy bustling Singapore.

Tanjung Pinang is the main port town on the island and is now a thriving little trade centre. The town has some charming old style buildings built on stilts. Lately, it has seen many 4 star hotels in Bintan mushrooming to cater to the business visitor from other parts of Asia. Visit the town for a meal and feast on some excellent sea food, freshly caught and cooked and then set back to your 5 star hotels in Bintan.

Meander through Ancient Times

Penyengat Island is an excellent destination for lovers of history or for people who’d like to meander around the historical ruins and imagine the rich royal life long past. Some of the old ruins such as the palace and the royal tombs have been recently restored. The island can be reached in minutes from Tanjung Pinang. There is an old mosque here, still in use, which is said to be made primarily from egg albumin.

The tourist area of Bintan is centered around Lagoi. This is where the famous 4 star hotels in Bintanand luxurious5 star hotels in Bintan are. Lagoi has its own little port to enable tourists to reach the resorts directly without passing through the town. Lagoi is known as a golfing haven boasting of 3 world class golf courses designed by renowned course designers.5 star hotels in Bintanhave their own private beach, pools and activity centers offering diving, snorkeling and more, allowing guests to indulge in the past times of their choice. For a romantic drive, head to lovely Trikora beach on the east coast of the island. Opens out the Luxurious Secrets of 5 Star Hotels in Bintan

Offering hot hotel deals and stunning discounts, leads visitors to   bintan hotels where they can experience the much-spoken about hospitality, culture and cuisine.

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Holiday Inn Riyadh

Holiday Inn Riyadh

Located in the Nejd region of the Arabian Peninsula, Riyadh is the capital of Saudi Arabia and its largest city. A centre of power, finance and commerce, meetings play an increasingly important role in the economy. We at Holiday Inn Riyadh have no fewer than three hotels here, located in Riyadh’s prime cultural and business areas. With state-of-the-art conference rooms suitable for private functions as well as corporate meetings, we are equally suited for both business and leisure visitors.

Built on a desert oasis around 1500 years ago, Riyadh began life as a small walled city. A lush and fertile region which was for many centuries an important centre of agriculture, it became famous for its orchards and date palms. The arrival of oil brought new riches, with the Saudi government encouraging economic growth by, for example, the privatisation of key utilities such as electricity and telecommunications. Although fossil fuels no longer dominate the economy as they once did, private enterprise continues to dominate Riyadh’s economy, with corporate meetings taking place on a daily basis.

Riyadh’s business and financial district of Olaya houses a large number of big conglomerates and private companies, as well as the HQ of the National Bank. We at Holiday Inn Riyadh have a prestigious hotel right in the centre of this important district: Holiday Inn Riyadh-Al Qasr. Totally renovated in 2007, our luxurious premises occupy a prime position adjoining King Fahd road, the wealthiest area of the city. A glittering thoroughfare of high-rise office buildings, conglomerate headquarters and shopping malls, King Fahd road links directly to King Khaled International Airport. With state-of-the-art conference facilities for up to 1300 delegates, we at Holiday Inn Riyadh-Al Qasr are ideally situated for international conferences and meetings.

Close by is our Holiday Inn Riyadh-Olaya hotel, again conveniently near to the commercial, business and retail centre and just 30 minutes drive from the airport. Those attending trade fairs and conventions at the Exhibition Centre will find it conveniently near, while the government ministry buildings are also close by. As well as conference rooms housing up to 450 delegates, our Holiday Inn Riyadh-Olaya has a staffed business centre. Our executive suites are ideal for breakout sessions and private discussions away from the main meeting rooms.

Sometimes, corporate meetings require smaller, more intimate facilities – a role which our Holiday Inn Riyadh Minhal hotel fulfils admirably. Convenient for the government embassies, Exhibition Centre and main business district, it is also ideally located for meetings concerning health and medicine – Riyadh’s Military Hospital and King Faisal Specialist Hospital are both close by. Our main meeting room will accommodate up to 350 delegates, with the advantage of being separable into three smaller rooms.

Despite its ancestry, Riyadh’s architecture is largely modern, dominated by the Kingdom Centre, the tallest building in Saudi Arabia. However, there are surprising snippets of the past – such as the 19th century Masmak fort, and the mud-brick buildings of Al-Dira. Located on the site of the ancient walled city, this district has been sympathetically rebuilt to reflect the pre-20th century architecture of the Nejd region.

We at Holiday Inn Riyadh are within easy reach of these cultural gems – the perfect excuse to break up meetings with a bit of sightseeing.

Emma writes articles on Meeting Rooms including guides to Holiday Inn Riyadh.

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Holiday Inn Dubai

Holiday Inn Dubai

Business meetings are an integral part of Dubai, with hotels like us at Holiday Inn Dubai playing an important role in the life of the city. Once a small fishing village, Dubai has risen to become the leading centre for business and finance in the Middle East, while the designer malls, beaches and cultural sites have made it a centre for tourism too.

We at Holiday Inn Dubai have two superb hotels to host conferences. Our Holiday Inn Downtown Dubai is ideally sited for international business meetings, being just 10 minutes from the international airport. Located close to Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, Dubai Mall (the largest in the world) and the chic designer shops and beaches of Jumeira, our hotel is also within easy reach of Dubai Media City and Dubai Maritime City – both major new developments which have transformed the city skyline and helped make Dubai into the commercial success it is today.

Our Holiday Inn Dubai Al Barsha hotel, on the Sheikh Zayed road, is ideal for both business and leisure guests, being conveniently sited between the spectacular manmade islands of Palm Jameira and Palm Jebel Ali. With seven superbly equipped meeting rooms, a business centre, gym and numerous other facilities, we are equally suited for both business meetings and private functions such as weddings. This is a boon for those living at nearby Emirates Hills, a swish gated development housing the majority of Dubai’s expatriate community.

Booking meetings in Dubai makes it easy to mix business with pleasure. While we at Holiday Inn Dubai try to ensure you will never need to leave your hotel during your stay, it is hard not to, with so many fabulous attractions on the doorstep. Our Holiday Inn Dubai Al Barsha, for example, is a short walk from the Mall of the Emirates, which until the opening of Dubai Mall was the largest in the Middle East after Cairo’s City Stars. The real surprise is its prime attraction: Ski Dubai, the Middle East’s first indoor ski resort, featuring real snow. The ideal setting for corporate hospitality outings, it’s also the perfect antidote to the hot Persian Gulf weather.

The intense climate of the Middle East is the one reason why meetings in Dubai might get a little uncomfortable. There is nothing more unpleasant than a hot, sticky conference room when you are trying to do business. Our meeting rooms at Holiday Inn Dubai address this with natural daylight and efficient air conditioning. Combined with rooftop terrace swimming pools, cooling refreshments, spa treatments and light, healthy cuisine, our state-of-the-art facilities are the perfect choice for your meetings and conferences.

It’s tempting to see Dubai as a purely modern city, dominated as it is by the billowing “sail” of the Burj Al Arab and high-rise hotels of the man-made Palm islands. But it has major cultural attractions too. We at Holiday Inn Dubai suggest you visit the souks of old Bar Dubai, Al-Fahidid Fort, Hatta Heritage Village and Khor Dubai creek, to see why Dubai was an important trading centre centuries before modern business meetings arrived.

Emma writes articles on Meeting Rooms including guides to Holiday Inn Dubai .

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New Zealand Winter Holiday

New Zealand Winter Holiday

If you are preparing to take a vacation, traveling to New Zealand for a Southern Hemisphere winter holiday (May to August) is ideal for you and your family. Because of difference from many parts of the world, winter in New Zealand don’t lie under snow for months on end but very rarely sits anywhere for more than a few days at a time, even in the depths of winter despite being apart from the peaks of our Southern Alps, and the North Island’s small group of volcanoes – Ruapehu, Tongariro and Ngauruhoe.


New Zealand has a temperate climate – which means it doesn’t get excessively hot in summer (most of the time) and equally, doesn’t get incredibly cold in winter, despite the fact that it’s the last populated country en route to Antarctica.


The southernmost parts of the South Island can certainly feel the bite of southerly winds blowing up from the Ice, but overall, New Zealand is an easy place to spend a holiday – no matter what time of year it is.


Having said that, there are some key things to remember if you plan on having a wonderful winter holiday in New Zealand.


There may not be snow on the ground, but there will be plenty of rain, possibly hail from time to time, and occasional fog.
There will also be a high likelihood of frost, especially if you are anywhere from Lake Taupo south. The great thing about frosty days, is that almost without exception, they turn into a beautiful blue sky, sunny day once the icicles have thawed.
So pack warm clothes and head for the places you can really enjoy the best of winter outdoors – the snow fields and skating rinks.
Make sure your hire vehicle comes with chains if you are headed anywhere near the mountains – and make sure you know how to put them on the car or van.
Try to plan your driving so you are travelling during daylight hours – and remember it gets dark by about 5.30pm in mid-winter.

Skiers and Snowboarders Welcome

New Zealand is very well endowed with great ski areas – most of them in the South Island, including the largest ski area with the longest season in Australasia, Mt Hutt. In all, the province of Canterbury has 18 ski fields, if you include the commercial fields of Hutt, Porters Pass, Mt Lyford, Round Hill, Mt Dobson and Ohau, as well as a range of club fields and heli-skiing opportunities.


Further south, Queenstown and Wanaka are the dominant players, boasting Treble Cone and Cardrona at Wanaka, and Coronet Peak and the Remarkables in Queenstown.


Perhaps the most amazing thing about all of these ski fields is that they are at most a day’s drive from the furthest north, to the furthest south. So you have plenty of options within driving distance should one field be closed.


A great way to follow the best snow conditions and combine your transport and accommodation into one, is to hire a six berth campervan and get a group of your friends together for the trip. You can park at the bottom of the ski field road and take a shuttle up to the top, or with fields like Coronet that have fully sealed roads all the way up the mountain, you can easily drive your campervan up to the carpark, so it can act as your base for the day’s activities.


If you are hiring a campervan for your winter holiday, make sure you check out these winter driving tips from the New Zealand Automobile Association – and most importantly, remember that in New Zealand we drive on the left hand side of the road!


To buy ski passes and get all the information you need to plan your trip, visit for information and prices on ski areas throughout the South Island, gear hire packages and more.


Skiing and snowboarding are not the only fun winter activities to be had in the South Island – outdoor ice-skating is another option.


For the full winter wonderland experience, you really can’t beat the South Island’s Lake Tekapo mid winter. Not only do you have a great learners ski field at Round Hill, there’s the Southern Alps backdrop all around, the stunning aqua coloured water of the lake, and the perfect combo of skating rink and hot pools at Alpine Springs and Spa. Local teams play ice hockey on the rink and it’s a favourite for recreational skating with travelers too. This great facility also offers snow tubing, for anyone who wants winter fun with absolutely no prior experience required.


There are plenty of other activities to be enjoyed on a crisp winter’s day too – a few rounds of golf on some of the world’s most beautiful golf courses, doing the winery tours, which are to be enjoyed year round and of course enjoying the many cafes, bars and eating establishments around the country. If you are planning a trip to NZ in winter, the Tourism New Zealand website is a great place to start.


Hiring 6 berth campervans is a brilliant idea for a group or family – providing cheaper, self catering accommodation, wrapped up in easy to drive transport to take you right around New Zealand. Each van has full cooking facilities, fridge, shower and toilet, plus added extras like a DVD player for times when you would rather stay indoors.

Save more money by shopping at local supermarkets and preparing most of your meals – but stopping at some of the great cafes along the way is always a highlight too. New Zealand has a reputation for great quality coffee, and if you are looking for something familiar, the major centres even have Starbucks! New Zealand also Visit for some of the best value campervan rentals in New Zealand.

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Dream Australia Holiday

Dream Australia Holiday

Water, sand, sun, surf, flora and fauna – all in one package. Australia is an enchanting mix of all of these. A vacation in Australia would mean days of fun and excitement. Swim at Gold Coast’s Surfers Paradise, Sydney’s Bondi Beach or Broome’s Cable Beach. Of course, you can also get yourself geared up with scuba diving paraphernalia and get a load of the Great Barrier Reef, or the marine life at Bundaberg. For those raring for an adventure, you can also try sky diving, bungee jumping, hot air ballooning and rock climbing.

Australia has virtually all forms of water. Four Mile Beach, Mission Beach, Palm Beach, Cable Beach, and Whitehaven Beach and the rest of Australia’s beaches are particularly inviting. There are also river, freshwater lakes and thermal pools to take a dip in. Of course, these lend itself to plenty of opportunities for water sports – windsurfing, sailing, snorkeling and fishing.

You can also hop on the Indian Pacific Train where you will treat yourself to miles and miles of empty vastness. The railway stretches from Sydney to Perth and takes three days. You can also discover more to Sydney than just the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge.

For lovers of nature, Australia has plenty of national parks and conservation parks where you can get your fill of rainforests, rich wildlife and the peace that only emanates from nature. Go on a climb up the Flinders Ranges and the dramatic rock formations in Tasmania and Victoria. The red rock pillars called the Twelve Apostles are particularly interesting.

Come to Uluru and Kata Tjuta to get a load of the diversity of the Australian landscape. You can also go on a wine-tasting tour at the Barossa Valley or get up close and personal with koalas and crocodiles at Kimberley. A holiday in Australia would also be incomplete without delving into the unique aboriginal culture that are featured by cultural centers, particularly the one in Alice Springs.

We invite you to go on an unforgettable holiday adventure. There are tour operators who provide you with excellent holiday packages that give you your fill of what you want in a vacation.

This is an article written by Cristi Enache. Read more on Australia vacation or explore Florida luxury hotels

Holiday to Cuba

Holiday to Cuba

Cuba is calling… and the invitation is just too hard to resist! Holidays to Cuba mean days of lazing under the Caribbean sun, dancing the salsa like there is no tomorrow, discovering its history and culture up close and personal, getting a taste of those famous Cuban cigars or just simply breathing in the sights and sounds of a place imbibed with so much history and charm. The possibilities are endless. Cuba is for the adventurous, the nature lover, the history buff and those who want a holiday like no other. Yes… Cuba is a dream vacation in every way. It is a place that lets you step into the past, forget about the future and just get right into the present. It is a kaleidoscope of unforgettable experiences all rolled into one.

Cuba is not the largest island in the Caribbean for nothing. The beaches are simply unforgettable. Indeed, its coastline is blessed with white, sandy beaches and warm, turquoise waters, coral reef formations that rank among the world’s best. It is perfect for diving, snorkeling and fishing. Off Isla de la Juventud, there are plenty of underwater caves and sunken ships to explore. Do try the Maria de la Gorda, where there is a fascinating array of black coral. But beaches are not all Cuba has to offer. Rio Toa offers opportunities for white water rafting. If you’re into hiking and mountain climbing, there is the Sierra Maestra with its river gorges and lush forests. Parks such as the Zapata Swamp National Park and the Topes de Collantes National Park are perfect for those who want to go bird-watching and angle-fishing.

For those who are into architecture, prepare to fall in love with the Spanish colonial houses in Havana, the red-roofed buildings and mansions of Trinidad, or the grand plazas in every city you visit. Spend hours uncovering historical and artistic treasures tucked into otherwise unprepossessing streets like Calle Obispo. Museums like the Museo de la Ciudad, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes and the not-to-be-missed Fabrica de Tobaccos Partagas are just the right places to start your explorations.

And when the sun goes down, get your fill of its nightlife. The undulating rhythms of the salsa, the rhumba and the mambo fill the night air. Now, partying is what the locals in Cuba do best. In fact, festivals come aplenty in this country.

Ahh… Cuba! This is the place for holidays you will not forget. And the best thing is that there are plenty of ways to get it on the cheap!

This is an article written by Cristi Enache. If you would like to read more about holidays to Cuba, follow this link. Alternatively, you can explore how you can have a lot of fun with a Dubai holiday.

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Holiday From Hell

Holiday From Hell

It was a Thanksgiving Day many years ago, I was still married to my kid’s Dad. We had the tradition of going over to his family for Thanksgiving dinner. This is the story about what was thankfully, my last Thanksgiving with my husband and his family.

I walked slowly up my sister-in-law’s driveway. I was holding a huge banana pudding, the only dessert my then mother-in-law trusted me enough to make. My mind was racing with excuses. Should I fake a fall in the driveway? Or a stomach ache after dinner started ?

I followed my husband and our two kids through the back door and into the kitchen. The smell of overcooked turkey and neglected cat box immediately hit me. I placed my banana pudding on the washing machine next to my sister in law’s annual gelatinous mystery that no one would eat. The house was very small. And that day, the house is filled to the walls with my in-laws. Everyone was there, the ones I saw regularly and the ones that only seemed to show up when there is food involved. I edged myself sideways through the cramped dining room searching for my husband and kids. I only stopped occasionally to answer the usual questions, “Yes, we’re both still working”, “No we don’t plan on any more kids”, “I haven’t seen him since he got out of jail”, and so on.

I found my husband in a very animated conversation with is brother, who lived in Detroit. His brother’s girlfriend was drunk already and starting to hug people. I thought to myself that this has to be a record; she usually waits until after she has words with my mother-in-law. His last girlfriend would just scream at you when she got drunk this one is affectionate instead. I decide I don’t want a hug and made my way back to the kitchen where my mother in law was chewing out my sister in law because she’s eaten all the skin off the turkey. Just when I had decided to get a stomach ache, my mother in law shouted “Come and get it.”

I found myself shoved aside into the refrigerator by my step-brother in law’s pregnant girlfriend. She announced that both she and the baby are starving. I stood back and watched the relatives descend on the kitchen counter like a pack of wild animals. I suddenly saw husband jockeying for a place in the food line. He got a plate for each of our children. I had yet, and would never learn enough survival skills to hold my own at the buffet line with my in laws. I wait until both the kids have finished eating and announce to my husband that I feel a severe headache coming on. (Which by that time, is no lie).

As I searched for our coats on my sister in law’s bed, I saw my stepbrother in law sitting at the dining room table with his leg raised over his head and a cigarette lighter held to his rear end. He announced proudly that everyone should look because he’s getting ready to “Light One!”. I rushed out of my sister in law’s bedroom with the kid’s coats in my hand. Grabbing each child’s arm in each of my hands I said good bye to all the relatives between the bedroom door and the back door. I lied to my mother in law what fun I had and make a break for the car. On the ride home, I thought of how thankful I am that it is over. And through the magic of divorce and my ex’s affection for other women, I now look forward to the holidays. Secure in the knowledge that when the craziness starts, from now on, I’m the ringleader.

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A British Summer Holiday

A British Summer Holiday

Are you holidaying in England this summer? You want to escape the monotony of every day life but the thought of a dwindling pound is forcing you to re think going away to foreign climes and the news that this summer is going to be a scorcher has also spurred you on to stay in the country, why not visit Yorkshire?
Yorkshire is the largest county in Great Britain.  Offering visitors a range of activities to keep you entertained through out your break.  Something for everyone could be found.

If you fancy exhilaration then why not jump on a jet ski and take to the waters of Fosse Hill Lake in East Yorkshire or go surfing along the Yorkshire’s jigsaw coastline.  Maybe that’s a bit too much for the people who want to find peace and tranquillity, how about a nice walk along one of the canals and waterways or hire a canoe or canal boat and gently cruise merrily, stopping for a spot of lunch at a pub nearby.

Water based activities may not be your thing, why not take to the air, gliding across the York Moors and Dales. Why not learn to pilot a glider yourself? Still airborne, why not take in the sites of Yorkshire from a basket in the sky, ballooning above York Minster could be up your street.  Air raising activity might not feel you with confidence, if you are a couple who choose to come along without the children or just fancy getting away for a few days, there is an opportunity to hire out a classic car for the weekend, champagne and strawberries in the boot, countryside that stretches for miles and a sunny day!

Family fun isn’t hard to find either,  firstly why not visit Keighley and Worth railway made famous for it’s role in the Railway Children and take a 5 mile steam ride on the locomotive. Or swing through the trees at Dalby Forest, or visit the UK’s largest privately owned zoo which homes many exotic species.  There is also York Maze if you fancy loosing yourself for a few hours.  If the weather isn’t what you were expecting then stay indoors, there are many sheltered attractions too.  In Hull you can go back to the Jurassic age, visiting the Dinosaur Experience. Staying in Hull is the one of the world’s most spectacular aquariums which is home to over 40 sharks and 3500+ fish.  With so many attractions in and out all over Yorkshire you should find something to entertain the whole family.

This article was written by Tom Sangers on behalf of Raven Hall North Yorkshire Hotel who are a country house hotel in Yorkshire providing great accommodation for a Yorkshire holiday.

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Popular Holiday Islands

Popular Holiday Islands

When people go on holiday, they often like to visit various islands. Why? Islands are a nice get-a-way. They offer beautiful views, adventure, and relaxation. Where is your favourite island to visit? Italy? France? Greece? What about something a little closer to home? While there are many different islands to visit, one of the best out there is the Isles of Scilly. 
The Isles of Scilly is located off the southwest tip of the Cornish peninsula of Great Britain. The area has been designated one of outstanding natural beauty. The Isles have a great climate. Because of this, they grow amazing flowers, including many daffodils. 

As you might have guessed, the Isle of Scilly is very popular among tourists. However, many people who visit actually come from UK or Europe. The Isle actually produces 85 percent of its income off the people who visit. People want to come because the environment is so favourable. It basically has an extended summer and the culture is definitely more relaxed. When you do visit, you can travel through The Isle easily using the transport links. 
If you need somewhere to stay there are a couple of different options. A lot of people stay on St. Mary’s. There you will find great holiday accommodations and a lot of amenities. Tresco is another option for your stay. It is run as a timeshare and a lot of tourists stay here. The cottages here are amazing and you will get every accommodation you need. If you want to stay on Bryher or St. Martin’s there are some hotels there. St. Agnes, however, is not very developed so you will not find options for your stay there. 
Once you get to the Island of Scilly, what are you going to do? Think of it like a retreat from reality. Many people like to fish and boat on Silly’s beautiful waters. However, some people prefer to just relax in the sun. The island definitely holds so much beauty. You will want to spend some time and see it. Walk around and explore. You will see the beautiful flowers and coastline. It will amaze you and you might consider relocating permanently to the island. 
Plan your trip to the Isle of Scilly today. It really is one of the most incredible places to visit in all of England. If you have not seen it yet, you are missing out. And, if you have already been, the Isle of Scilly is waiting for your return.

This article was written by Tom Sangers on behalf of Isle of Scilly Travel who you can Fly to the Isles of Scilly with for a unforgettable Scilly Island Holiday.

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