Crowd Control: 4 ways to get away from it all

Thursday, 4th January 2018

Destination Specialist

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From the dramatic landscapes of sleepy Lofoten in Norway to meeting the locals in the remote South Atlantic – here’s how to get away from it all…

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1) Make New Friends in the Mid-Atlantic

Visit St Helena where local guides reveal the rugged coastline, forests and marine life of the island. Discover the history of Jamestown with local poet Basil George, swap tales with a family over a home-cooked dinner and enjoy afternoon tea at Farm Lodge.

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2) Discover Scandinavia’s ‘Middle-Earth’
Around Lofoten

Our new escorted tour to Norway’s spellbinding Lofoten Islands takes you into a world of dragonback peaks and mighty fjords. A RIB safari in Trollfjord, horse riding under the midnight sun and guided hikes are just some of the highlights on this all-inclusive tour.

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3) Walk in Iceland’s Wild West
West Iceland Escape at Glacier Lodge

Stay at our fabulous Glacier Lodge for a great-value holiday in West Iceland. With incredible views of the dormant Snaefellsjokull volcano, you’ll be able to step outside straight into superb walking country or explore using our iDiscover digital travel companion.

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Iceberg by Canada near triton Island Green- bay

4) Views With a Room

As well as iceberg spotting at Quirpon Lighthouse, let us tailor make a self-drive that includes boat trips in Gros Morne National Park, a chance to visit the Viking settlement of L’Anse aux Meadows and an exciting snorkel with humpback whales.


Feeling inspired?

Get away from it all this year on any of the above holidays. Send us an enquiry to find out more, or call our team of Travel Specialists on 01737 214 250 .

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