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The majesty of the Arctic is luxury and adventure defined. It's a frontier with a quiet elegance forged from isolation - abandoned but for the solemnity of its keepers, both animal and human. Here, we’ve compiled the four best luxury Arctic experience from the top

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Once you’ve been heliskiing, taking to regular slopes will seem positively tame. Amelia Hungerford discovers this is especially true in the Canadian Rockies, where CMH Heli-Skiing has carved a niche in this adventure sport. When mountain guide and filmmaker Hans Gmoser first used a helicopter to access remote

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Celebrate Christmas Markets Embrace the magic of Christmas by visiting one of many incredible Christmas Markets dotted across the globe. No matter where you are these holidays, embracing the holiday season won’t be complete until you explore the wonder and magic of a Christmas wonderland. Here are

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Dishes you just can't miss out on. A country is defined by its people, its culture and its iconic dishes. No matter where you’re going or what you’re doing, food is a staple of life. Often the days are marked by the fabulous food you’ve sampled or

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For anglers with a taste for five-star service, these luxury fishing lodges offer the best of both worlds. Rod Smith, Managing Director of CH Smith, shares 5 of his favourite luxury fishing lodges in Australia, the UK, the US and Canada. Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland Australia’s

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Sleep like royalty in one of these five-star castle hotels. Add some majesty to your next holiday with a stay in one of the finest castles, now converted to luxury hotels with a dash of royal style. Ashford Castle, County Mayo, Ireland Once home to the Guinness family, this

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Morocco in Style Blessed with spectacular landscapes, medieval walled cities and Berber fortresses, Morocco holds a special place in travellers' hearts. From Casablanca to the World Heritage site of Fes and Marrakech, its souks filling the alleys north of the central square, with exotic emporia and the

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Canada’s biggest city, Toronto, has blossomed into a distinctive international destination, as C. James Dale found out on a recent visit. I’m not afraid of heights, but I may have been pushing it. The wind whipped my face and tugged tears from my eyes as I leaned

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