13 January 2020
We’ve hand-picked a selection of our favourite destinations and experiences, from romantic retreats to family-friendly adventures. No matter what the occasion, we’ve got all the inspiration that you need to make your 2020 holiday the best yet.
Set in 1,000 acres of fragrant pine forests bordering white sands, the Sani Resort at Kassandra comprises five award-winning luxury hotels all within walking distance of one another, yet all retaining their own character. There’s something for everyone here, including fantastic pools, beautiful beaches and plenty of organised daily activities. The restaurants feature menus curated by Michelin-starred chefs, as well as a healthy selection of kids’ favourites.
“There were so many “favourite” parts to SaniResort in Halkidiki that I had a new favourite every day!”
Bev, Travel Counsellor Customer
This boutique-style resort has everything you need for a tranquil escape, including a shimmering infinity pool, sunrise yoga sessions, a private island beach club and an exclusive spa. There are two restaurants, one inspired by Thai street cooking and another serving Italian dishes. Under 12s enjoy complimentary meals and the “Play by COMO” kids club offers activities including beach walks and pizza-making.
The resort’s Platinum Plus all-inclusive plan allows for a hassle-free 5* resort experience, with premium wines and spirits, a combination of buffet, fine dining and theme nights, and an array of activities (think excursions, sunset fishing, snorkelling and nonmotorized water sports) all included.
“Atmosphere Kanifushi is just paradise on earth and hospitality at its best. A well-managed resort with culinary feasts, amazing accommodation and spectacular excursions.”
Colin, Travel Counsellor Customer
Hurtigruten offer unique expedition cruises to some of the world’s most remote and pristine waters.
Antarctica stands as the last unexplored continent and is like nowhere else on earth. Majestic mountains rise up from the icy sea, glaciers creep across the landscape and calve icebergs along the coast, turning them into floating sculptures that you can touch with your bare hands. An abundance of wildlife brings Antarctica to life, including the iconic penguins that number in the millions.
“Life onboard the ship was informal and friendly, with a casual dress code, stunning views and very good company. I couldn’t help but feel right at home.”
Sarah, Travel Counsellors Customer