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accompanying you as you bump along the grounds of this 1,300-hectare reserve, set on the Domaine de Bel Ombre estate. Other bonuses include a


complimentary tour to the Seven Coloured Earth – a sea of multi- coloured sand dunes undulating in giant ripples – complete with a three-course lunch, and complimentary green fees at the on-site golf course. Book it: A week in a Deluxe Garden View Room on a premium all-inclusive basis starts at £2,099 with Travel 2 for departures between May 6 and July 7, 2019. travel2.com


w DRIVE A MINI COOPER AROUND CORFU: IKOS DASSIA When it comes to going the extra mile, the Ikos resorts know a thing or two, and the newest member of the family, Dassia, is no exception. The Corfu outpost offers a ‘Mini Drive Adventure’ that lets guests take a Mini Cooper for a spin around the island, taking in highlights such as Paleokastritsa beach – a pool of sparkling jade tucked into a craggy cove – with recommendations from the Ikos mobile app. Guests also get a free pass


granting access to three museums, so they can take in a bit of culture while cruising the open roads. The brand’s signature


Dine Around programme means they can even pop into a taverna for a complimentary meal while on the move – Greek salad with a side of sea, anyone? Book it: Olympic Holidays offers a week’s all-inclusive from £1,536 per person based on two sharing and travelling on June 17, 2019, including flights from Gatwick. olympicholidays.com


w GET UNLIMITED ACCESS TO MEXICO’S XCARET PARKS: HOTEL XCARET Direct fun-loving clients to


Cancun’s sprawling, 6,000-room Hotel Xcaret, which opened last December and offers complimentary access to eight nature parks and tours under a sweeping ‘all-fun inclusive’ concept. Attractions include Xcaret,


ABOVE: Club Med Opio en Provence


ABOVE RIGHT: Ikos Dassia


LEFT: Hotel Xcaret


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where guests can swim in underground rivers and check out an aquarium, butterfly pavilion, aviary and more; Xel-Ha, home to snorkelling, zip-lining and other adventures set among cenotes, lagoons and caves; and Xoximilco, where visitors board a gondola for a music-filled, floating fiesta featuring unlimited beer, tequila and a Mexican feast. Food and drink is included at every park, and tours to Tulum and Chichen Itza are also complimentary – now that’s what you call comprehensive. Book it: Thomas Cook offers seven nights’ all-inclusive from £2,300 per person, based on two adults sharing, including flights from Gatwick on November 26. thomascook.com


w LEARN THE TRAPEZE: CLUB MED OPIO EN PROVENCE Wannabe circus acts unite – Club Med’s Creactive programme, designed in partnership with


Cirque du Soleil, offers adults and kids over four the chance to learn acrobatics skills ranging from the double flying trapeze to the tightrope, trampolining to bungeeing and everything in between. Available at the Opio en


Provence and Punta Cana resorts, it brings together more than 25 activities, adding to an already wide programme of activities that spans archery, guided walks, a tennis school and more. Book it: Seven nights’ all-inclusive at Club Med Opio en Provence starts at £787 per adult and £474 per child, based on a December 10 departure from Gatwick. clubmedagents.co.uk


w COOK WITH CELEBRITY CHEFS: DIAMONDS THUDUFUSHI For clients into their cooking, suggest boutique Maldivian retreat Diamonds Thudufushi, whose unique ‘dining with the stars’ experience offers guests staying in a luxury Water Villa from January to April a free cooking lesson led by a member of the famous Jeunes Restaurateurs d’Europe. They’ll also enjoy a five-course gala dinner afterwards, hosted by a different chef each week.


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