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028 TRAVEL


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SCOTTISH HIGHLANDS visitscotland.com


WHY GO? Scotland – which last year pipped New Zealand and Canada for the top spot in Rough Guide’s round-up of the world’s most beautiful countries – has much to recommend it, whether your interests are in the great outdoors, rich history and culture, fi ne food or impressive hotels and spas. GO WITH: raildiscoveries.com; scottish- cottages.co.uk; embracescotland.co.uk


TURKEY goturkeytourism.com


SOUTH AMERICA Ask The Experts


“Argentina will take centre stage on 2nd July when a total solar eclipse unfolds over the southern hemisphere. Occurring around sunset, the moon will totally obliterate the normally blinding disc of the sun, plunging the landscape around into darkness for two minutes,” explains Laura Rendell-Dunn of Journey Latin America.


• Paulo Veloso of Veloso Tours highlights the growing appeal of expedition cruises. “These offer the ability to visit remote destinations in comfort and Latin America has wonderful cruise ships in the Amazon rainforest, Galapagos Islands, Chilean Fjords and Southern Patagonia. Each country offers unique experiences and we see clients returning over and over again with each holiday making for a fascinating trip of a lifetime.”


WHY GO? This vast land, embracing history, gorgeous beaches and secluded coves, superb sailing and fi ne food, has long been a favourite with Brits and it may be one of the few short-haul destinations offering relatively good value in 2019. GO WITH: thomascook.com; theturquoisecollection.com; tui.co.uk


Ask The Experts “The Mediterranean will once again become the ‘centre of the earth’ in 2019, with travellers rediscovering its southern and eastern shores, which have gradually been returning to the radar of clients over the last six months,” says Patrick Millar at Kirker Holidays (kirkerholidays.com). “Whilst Italy, France and


BRAZIL visitbrasil.com WHY GO? Brazil is best known for samba and carnivals, football and beaches but look beyond the stereotypes because behind its endless palm-fringed coastline lies a huge variety of scenery from steaming tropical rainforests to the sunlit slopes of the southern vineyards and exotic wildlife. GO WITH: journeylatinamerica.com; rainbowtours.co.uk; veloso.com


Spain remain popular, Egypt, Israel and Turkey are back on the wish list of those looking for warm winter and early spring sunshine, delicious cuisine and ancient history. “We’re also seeing the


return of Egypt after an absence of several years – and an expanded range of destinations in Turkey, from historic hotels in the heart of Istanbul’s Sultanahmet district to luxurious coastal resorts.”


© Rainbow Tours


© VisitScotland / Paul Tomkins


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