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Tips for First Time Travel: Cruising

Cruise Ship Sunrise | Book FHR Travel Blog

Cruising has become a very popular pastime and as such many travellers are choosing this form of transport to get them around the World. Due to ever increasing popularity we are now faced with thousands of choices when it comes to destination, size of ship, standard of accommodation, and importantly, cost. For your very first Continue Reading »

Guide to Our Favourite Wine Tours and Festivals

Cape Town Vineyard | Book FHR Travel Blog

Every time we visit a country, we want to capture new experiences and savour them for all time. We have expectations of what our latest trip will bring to us, but different types of holidays suit different people. A wine tour is right up our street! There is something unique about taking in the atmosphere Continue Reading »

The Jewels of Montenegro

Restaurant Ulcinj Montenegro | Book FHR Travel Blog

Montenegro is one of Europe’s fastest growing tourist destinations. This tiny Adriatic nation is emerging as an attractive proposition for travellers and is excellent value for money. There is so much to see here, where the mountains meet the sea; national parks, lakes, historical cities, beaches and even a stunning fjord! Montenegro’s History Back in Continue Reading »

A Mediterranean Cruise: Luxury versus Affordable

Cruise Ship Lobby | Book FHR Travel Blog

Cruising was, not so long ago, a holiday reserved only for the wealthy. It was certainly not the annual trip that many of us see it as today. Ships were smaller floating vessels with a maximum passenger capacity of about 2,000 passengers, with most ships being a lot smaller than that. Today, the newest ships Continue Reading »

Sardinia: Luxury versus Affordable

Bosa SardiniaBosa Sardinia | Book FHR Travel Blog

Sardinia is an Island in the Mediterranean situated directly under the Island of Corsica. It is an Italian island and is second largest only to Sicily. Although Italian, it is geographically not that close but rather its neighbours are French, Tunisian and Spanish! This diverse island is famous for its stunning beaches and boasts 1,150 Continue Reading »