Leaving a review for a recent holiday you have had

Reviews are very important for people to be able to make a judgement on whether or not they wish to stay in said accommodation and can be important feedback for the accommodation owners.
Once you have stayed in accommodation you should, where possible leave reviews and try and share this with others, perhaps through social media sites.
When writing a review there are often a number of places you can post it. It may be that you leave a review with the accommodation provider either on their website, in person or in a review book or you can often post reviews on third party websites such as Trip Advisor.
You should always be honest and fair in your review and try to leave details of positive or negative feedback. It is equally important to leave feedback for good or bad stays to give a true reflection of the accommodation. If you encountered an issue when staying somewhere, report it first to the owners and allow them time to rectify the issue. If it was dealt with quickly and resolved then be sure to mention this in your review.
Reviews can read make or break a business, especially a small one so be sure to think very carefully about what you are writing and whether it is fair.

Protecting your eyes when on an African Safari trip

A safari trip is an amazing opportunity that you will want to make the most of. In order to have the best experience you need to have the correct clothing and accessories to ensure you are safe, comfortable and can really make memories.  You may instantly think about the clothing yu need to wear to stay safe from the sun, insects and dust (such as long sleeved shirts and trousers) as well as a good pair of walking boots which is essential. But have you thought carefully about protection for your eyes?

Early morning and late afternoon safari activities means that you may be staring into a setting or rising sun during your safari. It is vital that you have a good pair of high quality sunglasses. This will protect your eyes from the harmful UV rays and allow for better vision when on the safari. You do not want to miss out on these fantastic scenes because you haven’t got the right eyewear.

mean is not only important for protection from the sun but also from the dust. You will probably find that the route you take on your safari trip is paved with high-quality. If dust gets into your eyes it can be very uncomfortable, and even more so if you are wearing contact lenses.  The right pair of sunglasses should also protect you from the terrain. There need to wrap around slightly and fit close to your face.

Holiday traffic tips for drivers

One of the most annoying issues that drivers face on our roads is traffic. This can be especially annoying when you are going to or coming back from a holiday. You may feel that you waste a lot of time that you could be enjoying at your holiday destination, stuck in miles of queuing traffic.  Some drivers have to sit in traffic jams every day they go to work where-as for others it may be when going on holiday or visiting relatives.

You cannot always avoid traffic but you there are things you can do to try and plan the best routes to take.  Aps such as Map on the Iphone or Google Maps offers a traffic overview using you a colour coded system to show what the current traffic flow is like on these roads. It gives you a prediction of travel time and will often show you alternative routes that are faster or shorter. You can opt to avoid motorways or toll roads too.

Some Sat Navs also have traffic information and they will re-route you to a better route should it pick up in delays in traffic ahead. Going on holiday should be an exciting time, so be sure to plan ahead and allow plenty of time so you can enjoy as much time as possible at your destination.

Are you getting bored of your usual holiday destination?

When booking a family holiday it can be tempting to back time and time again to a destination or resort you have been to before. For many parents, the idea of taking their child back to a place they are familiar with and know is perfect for them, is enough of a selling point to make them book a return trip often soon after they have returned home. For some people, this is exactly what they want from a holiday but in doing so you may be missing out on other great places that you have yet to explore.
Make a list of what it is you like about your usual choice of holiday location. It maybe that they have great facilities, the food is good or that they have a wide range of kids club activities. Once you have a list of what you like about it you can then start to work out what is important to you and ensure that if you do go elsewhere, they can offer the same qualities.
Read plenty of reviews and look at photos taken buy holiday goers, not just the ones in the brochure. This should give you a clearer picture of what you can expect and allow you to make a more informed decision as to where you want to book your next holiday to.

Multi activity family holidays

Holidays are often when families get closest to each other. With usual day to day life, it is easy to become absorbed with our own little worlds, whether that be your job, your school life or usual routines and it is often the case that families start to drift apart.

When on holiday you usually spend all of your time together and start to make memories of activities or days out that will last a life time.  There are some fantastic companies out there who also realise the importance of a family holiday, but especially for families that may not just want to go and sit round a pool or laze on a beach. For families that are looking for a bit more of an active getaway, there are often a number of activities to choose from that will be suitable for all the family to participate in.

Many of these types of tour agents will arrange a number of these types of holidays to run throughout the usual summer holidays. This means there is often a large number of other families with children on the same holiday as you. This allows the children to make friends and get to spend some time with people of their own age whilst the parents can also do the same.