Some of Our Favourite Uniworld River Cruises

  With so many river cruises out there, so how do you know that Uniworld will give you the river cruise that you’ll be talking about for years to come? The answer is simple; ask the experts! We know because we go; our very own Kirk was fortunate enough to sail with Uniworld on their Castles…

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Qantas Double Status Credits

    Earn Double Status Credits on Eligible Qantas Flights Worldwide For a limited time, customers can earn double Status Credits on all eligible Qantas operated domestic and international flights with a QF flight number in all cabins*. Call your travel designer to make an eligible Qantas booking (book up until 14 August 2018) for…

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Qantas Club Corporate Scheme

  Join our Corporate Qantas Club Scheme by 31 August and go in the draw to win a $200 travel voucher As part of our dedicated service to our clients, Emma Whiting Travel has a dedicated Qantas Club Corporate scheme membership available to our travellers. Who is eligible to join our corporate scheme? New and…

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A Day On Waiheke Island

Do you have a day free in Auckland, and are you looking to get out of the city and do something different? I recently took a fabulous wine tasting day tour to Waiheke island. It’s a beautiful 45-minute ferry ride through Auckland’s sparking harbor to reach the island, where 9000 locals live year-round. My guide’s…

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An Icy Landing in Ivalo

Touching down in the vast wilderness of the Arctic Circle onto a pure white runway required a certain amount of Finnish bravery. It was a truly magical entrance to the ‘land of the thousand lakes’ and so I captured the moment as we walked from the plane out onto the snow-clad tarmac. The journey took…

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Death Valley

With a lot of clients wanting to go to Los Angeles and Las Vegas, I often have the opportunity to suggest the Death Valley route between the two. The regular highway provides some pretty good scenery but off the beaten track, the route via Death Valley and past Furnace Creek provides an experience of unsurpassed…

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Antarctica

As a gust of frigid air whips against my exposed cheek, it’s hard to tell whether the flutter of uneasiness and elation that are currently seething through my lower abdomen, are in anticipation of the prospect of making landfall, or the left over prangs of queasiness from our ocean crossing from the port of Ushuaia….

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Cycling Soweto

The best way to experience South Africa‘s largest and most famous collection of townships is to get out of the car and onto a bicycle! There’s nothing quite like being in the picture instead of just looking at it. This popular, eco-friendly and exciting tour takes you out with expert guides for a half day…

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Champagne Breakfast on the Rocky

The Rocky Mountain railroad is quite possibly one of the best journeys to be had by train anywhere on the planet. Every bend of the tracks reveals stunning mountain vistas, soaring snow-clad peaks and thick green alpine forests. Due to the time of year it was also possible to view bears, elk, moose and muskrats…

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Seabourn Cruises

Seabourn pioneered small-ship, ultra luxury cruising, and continues to represent the pinnacle of that unique style of travel. Its fleet of six intimate, all-suite ships, carrying between 208 and 450 guests each, sail to the world’s most desirable destinations at their peak seasons. On board, guests are served by an award-wining crew numbering nearly as…

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