With over 25 years’ experience in the travel industry, Emma is currently one of the ten highest qualified cruise consultants in the country and has been certified a Master by the Cruise Lines International Association. She’s also just as comfortable below the waves, counting the Maldives and Malta’s Blue Lagoon as just two of her favourite dive sites. Then, back on land, her travels have taken her to six of the seven continents, having visited over 70 different countries. Ask her about everything from Chile’s Nazca Lines and Peru’s Machu Picchu to African safaris – a continent close to her heart. A true animal lover, Emma counts Kruger National Park as one of her most favourite and humbling experiences. She’s also travelled extensively in Asia, getting married on Thailand’s Koh Samui and falling in love with Cambodia, its people and history. She has her sights now firmly focused on getting to that seventh continent, Antarctica.
A rich heritage and outstanding landscapes compete for your attention during holidays in Europe. With more countries than Asia crammed into a relatively compact space, for tailor made holidays Europe is unmatched.
Vast and varied, North America may only contain two countries but is home to a whole world of landscapes, cultures and experiences, meaning that you can find whatever you're looking for in either Canada or the USA.
From its high-tech cities to its ancient cultures, from its pristine beaches to its dazzling natural world, you'll be amazed by Asia's unique diversity. Our tailor-made holidays take in the very best of it.
Long-time Wexas favourites Australia and New Zealands offer a wide range of holiday experiences. And, further east, the islands of Fiji, French Polynesia and the South Pacific are as close to perfection as it gets.
Africa is home to some of the world's greatest wildlife and richest cultures, where headline acts including South Africa and Tanzania vie for your attention with such gems as Madagascar and Mozambique. Which will you pick?
As one of the world's last true frontiers, a voyage to the Antarctic is the chance to channel your inner explorer. Marvel at crashing icebergs and endless snowscapes, all animated by giant whales and vast colonies of penguins.
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Canada is a country made for train travel, given its size and variety of landscapes that travellers can enjoy from the rails. Rocky Mountaineer offers some standout itineraries for great luxury rail journeys throughout Canada's West.
There is something special, something alluring about Charleston, South Carolina. Perhaps it’s the 18th-century grandeur, the garden-lined charm of its antebellum houses or its spectacular surrounds of white-sand beaches and pristine barrier islands. It really is three destinations in one.
Wexas Indian Ocean specialist Emma Sanger takes a look past the white-sand luxury of the Seychelles to find an island chain of mesmerising beauty and unmissable adventure.
Our travel specialist Emma recently returned from a nine-day tour of Chile and Peru. Read her in-depth review for an insight into her spectacular trip as well as advice if you're planning your own tailor-made holiday.
The Calgary Stampede is easily the most popular rodeo event in the world, but it’s so much more besides: a celebration of Western heritage and First Nations Indian culture, a thrilling theatrical production, Canada's largest music festival, and, for ten days, a city in its own right.
Winter is Canada's longest season. However, rather than shut down the country comes alive with opportunities for activities and festivities. Essentially the country is one big winter playground.
From snowmobiling to ski hok, Wexas Travel's Emma Sanger spent five days exploring the many winter wonders of Canada's Quebec Province Our five-day tour of Québec began in the beautiful winter playground of Duchesnay, just 30 minutes from Quebec City. Duchesnay is an ideal base for an activity br…