Yes, I know, such a lighthearted title in view of the seriousness of the current situation, but read on. Our world, your world, has been turned upside down over the past few weeks. We’re all having to adjust to a new normal which is a world away from the life we have known. Although the

The cost of travelling to your holiday destination can sometimes cost as much as the holiday itself. But we have some great travel money saving tips that will help you to maximise your holiday budget. Be flexible on your travel dates The travel money saving tip that may make the biggest difference to your holiday

This essential kit list for winter hiking covers those all important items that you should bring on your winter adventure holiday. General kit to bring on your winter holiday There are certain essential items that you should bring regardless of the winter activities that you’ll be doing. Sunglasses, sun screen and lip salve are right

As specialists in family multi activity adventure holidays, we know that your satisfaction with the accommodation for your stay is fundamental to the success of your trip. Over the years you’ve asked us many and varied questions relating to your holiday accommodation. These are the answers to the top 5 most frequently asked questions. Where

** UPDATE 10 APRIL – No Deal is now off the table and a long extension is looking very likely. So, for the moment, it’s business as usual! Relieved? I know we are! Hurrah! ** The ongoing Brexit shenanigans are, let’s face it, pretty pre-occupying for any British citizen. At the time of writing there

Let’s face it, a family holiday abroad can get pretty expensive. When you take into account travel, accommodation, activities and food, you can find your bank balance gets well and truly depleted! However, we’ve got some great suggestions for ways in which you can get the most bang for your buck and make that family

A horse riding holiday in the mountains of the Pyrenees is an experience that should be high on any horse-lovers’ bucketlist. It’s a unique experience in a totally unspoilt environment that is sure to leave a profound impression on you. The bond between man and beast grows strong on a multi day trek, especially when

The Tour de France is the biggest event on the cycling calendar and the cols of the Pyrenees always feature on the action-packed itinerary. These mountains have long been the battleground for the yellow jersey and the buzz amongst the spectators on TDF day has to be experienced to be believed. If you’re a cycling

Think of a mountain refuge in the French Pyrenees and I doubt whether outstanding gastronomy is the first thing that springs to mind. However, in one exceptional refuge in the mountains of the Ariege Pyrenees in SW France, gastronomy goes hand in hand with adventure. About the Pyrenees The Pyrenees mountains which form the natural border

“What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.”“Pain is temporary but quitting is forever.”“No pain no gain.” If you’ve ever cycled the Pyrenees cols, you’ll no doubt be able to relate to such idioms. But there are ways in which you can maximise your chances of success on the cols and, more importantly, your enjoyment on