Emma has worked in the travel industry for more than 20 years. She 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 a writer and columnist for the Travel Trade Gazette, so is always up to date with the latest trends in travel and cruising. Emma's most memorable holiday might just be her cruise to Alaska with Regent Seven Seas Cruises. She's also a keen diver, listing Egypt's Red Sea and Malta's Blue Lagoon as two of her favourite dive sites. Away from the sea, her most memorable experience was seeing all the Big Five in the private reserves around Kruger National Park in South Africa.
A pulsating continent full of colour and contrasts and ripe for exploration. Africa contains some of the world's greatest wildlife areas and richest cultures. Headliners like Botswana, South Africa and Tanzania vie for your attention with gems such as Madagascar and Mozambique. Which will you pick?
Such is the size of Asia that it almost defies description. Whether you explore the hi-tech cities and ancient regions of China and Japan, journey across the central steppe or immerse yourself in the culturally rich South East regions, you'll be amazed by the cultural diversity at every turn.
Australasia's two main countries, Australia and New Zealand, offer the traveller a wide range of holiday options and experiences. And, further east, the islands of Fiji, French Polynesia and the South Pacific are as close to perfection as it gets.
The Caribbean is a wonderfully mixed bag that offsets clichéd visions of seductive white sands and turquoise seas with dramatic, forested landscapes. Relax into the rhythm of the island life and explore the distinct history and cultures of this idyllic region.
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.
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