Is a golfing holiday for you?
Posted by Parker on November 14, 2019
Golf is a very popular holiday for many men and women in the UK and there are also a lot fo children who like to play too. If this is a hobby of yours then it makes sense to include this hobbies when planning on a holiday. Golfing holidays are becoming increasingly popular all over the world. Many friends, couples and families are choosing to take off on a golf holiday where they can relax, unwind and take in the scenery whilst also getting time to get involved in a sport they enjoy.
Golfing holidays can be done all over the world but there are some places that are famous for golfing holidays such as the Algarve or Tenerife. Golfing holidays to these locations do not have to cost a fortune. If you are looking for something a little more exclusive, then why not try Morocco. You can easily get a direct flight from many parts of the UK to Morocco and with the added bonus of the all year-round sunshine. Marrakech is the most popular Golf destination in Morocco but there are many more that are waiting to be explored.
Why not try a weekend golfing holiday first to see if you enjoy it before booking a two week vacation.
Take your time when it comes to packing for your holiday
Posted by Parker on October 19, 2019
Lots of people look forward to holidays but not so many of us enjoy packing for a holiday.
When packing for a holiday abroad it can be very easy to get a bit overzealous and end up taking too much. All airlines have a luggage restriction meaning each passenger is allocated a luggage allowance. This allowance varies from company to company and depending on your ticket. If you exceed this allowance, then you will have to pay an additional charge, and this can be quite a lot.
Not only may you incur additional charges from the airline, but you should also consider how you are going to move your luggage about when arriving at the airport and travelling to your destination. If you have a lot of luggage and have four people in a taxi you may simply not have enough room for all your luggage as well so you will need to pay for an additional taxi or possible a minibus / 7-seater.
If possible do not pack items that you can easily pick up for a similar price when arriving at your location and do not get carried away with buying presents, as if you were close to luggage allowance on the way over, the chances are you will be over when you return and have to pay the excess baggage charge.
Turning your hobby into an adventure holiday
Posted by Parker on September 27, 2019
Some people have hobbies that include rock climbing, gorge walking and canoeing which can make for an excellent adventure day. But you may find that a day simply isn’t enough and you would like to make a holiday out of your hobby.
Adventure holidays are a great way to pack in lots of activities but still give you time to relax and unwind and explore your surroundings. Some activities you may want to do may require you to set off early in the morning or late at night. If you are only going for the day you may not feel at your best especially if you have had to travel a distance. Staying overnight will allow you to get a goodnights sleep and not have to spend hours in a car before you get to embark on your adventure. Many adventure companies have accommodation either on site or nearby that can be booked as part of a package. Some companies have bunker houses which are similar to dorms, for those just looking for somewhere to get their head down or you may wish to book something a little more luxurious to really make it special. Weather often does play a part in these types of sports, so it may be worth booking during the summer months when the weather is often better.
Taking your dog on holiday
Posted by Parker on August 23, 2019
Many people love the idea of being able to take your pet with you when you go on a camping holiday but you do have to consider your options carefully before committing to taking them along.
Firstly you should check that the campsite allows dogs. Many do, but sometimes you will have to pay extra to take them with you. Secondly, you need to consider how long the journey is to and from your destination and what your dog is like at travelling. If the dog is not particularly happy travelling in a car then it is often not a good idea to take them on long journeys if it can be avoided.
Some beaches restrict dogs altogether others may restrict dogs at certain times of the years or on parts of the beach. This is important to check as if you get there and find that dogs are not allowed on the beach it may spoil your holiday, meaning that you have to find other things to do.
Sometimes having a dog with you can be very restrictive. If you are planning on spending much of your time on a campsite or going for walks then taking your dog may be ok, but if you are wanting to go to attractions, go out for meals or visit zoos or amusement parks etc then it may be better to find someone to look after them at home.
Ensuring you stay safe when on holiday this summer
Posted by Parker on July 19, 2019
Holidays are something that we all look forward to. It may be that you have been saving up for a while or booked your holiday over a year ago, and the time has finally come to jet off.
When people go on holiday they often relax more which can mean they get a bit complacent at times. It is very important to still think carefully about your safety when on holiday and possible even more so than when you are at home, as you may be unfamiliar with your surroundings.
If you decide to go out for a few drinks or to a club in an evening when on holiday, try and avoid travelling alone. Try and meet up with your friends at the hotel and then all travel together. Be sure that if you do go anywhere on your own, that someone knows where you are going and what time you will be back. Be sure to take a phone with you so you have a way of contacting someone should you need help.
If you have children with you, make sure that they are not out of your sight for a second. There may be many more dangers than they are used to when on