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Iguassu Falls: Belmond Hotel Das Cataratas

The Belmond Hotel Das Cataratas  – The place to stay at the Iguassu Falls. Located in one of the most impressive and enviable locations in South America, this delightful property is just a few steps away from the magnificent Iguassu Falls. In our opinion this the finest base for your stay.  We recommend at least […]

Explore Peru by 4WD – self-drive with guided lead vehicle

Explore Peru like never before in a self-drive 4 x 4 holiday We are delighted to offer an exciting new way to discover Peru: a 16-day 4 x 4  self-drive adventure to Southern Peru accompanied by your own expedition guide in a separate vehicle. This is a self-drive guided expedition through Peru’s desert, Andes and […]

St Helena Escorted Tour Nov 2018 – last few places remaining

Secure your place on an Expert-led Tour Revealing the Remote Beauty and Fascinating History of St Helena. Combine the wonders of South Africa’s Cape Town  with our  Expert-Led Tour to Saint Helena. Limited spaces available for our upcoming departures: 14th November 2018 – last few spaces available 30th January 2019 – sold out Following last year’s launch of […]

Antarctica Revealed: Booking now for 2019-2020

A journey to Antarctica and the South Shetland Islands is an unparalleled adventure, an extraordinary experience with an abundance of wildlife and dramatic scenery. At Revealed Travel we have been updating our website and taking bookings for the October 2019 to March 2020 season which includes some new ships, new itineraries and  new combinations for […]

Belize Barrier Reef: no longer endangered

Belize Barrier Reef No Longer  Endangered As the largest coral reef system in the Northern Hemisphere, the Belize Barrier Reef has officially been removed from UNESCO’s list of endangered world heritage sites, declaring it no longer facing immediate danger. The 200-mile-long reef was initially put on the list due to concerns regarding excessive development, mangrove […]

Breaking News: Thailand Cave Rescue Success

All 12 boys and their 25-year-old football coach have been safely rescued from the Thai cave. It is the news the world has been waiting for and watching as events have unfolded over the last three days since rescue efforts began in earnest.  British divers found the group on Monday, 2nd July. Link:   […]

World Oceans Day – 8 June

World Oceans Day – 8 June The concept of a ‘World Oceans Day’ was first proposed at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. The oceans have a major role in everyday life. They are the lungs of our planet, providing most of the oxygen we breathe. They are a major source of […]

Unique Hotels of Belize

The Lodge at Chaa Creek, Victoria House and Naïa Resort and Spa, three of Belize’s most highly regarded properties, have come together to form Unique Hotels of Belize (UHB),  a remarkable collection of Belize’s finest resorts. The Lodge at Chaa Creek has long been one of our favourite hotels in the Cayo (San Ignacio) district […]

New discoveries in Peru near Nazca Lines

In the news: Archaeologists using drones have discovered more than 25 geoglyphs in the coastal desert in southern Peru, near the Nazca Lines, south of Lima. The drawings depict a woman dancing and a killer whale and are believed to have been made by the Paracas culture more than 2,000 years ago. This would date […]

St Helena Day celebrations

The island of Saint Helena celebrates Saint Helena Day today with a public holiday and lots of events. This is the day in 1502 that Portuguese navigator Joao da Nova is traditionally thought to have discovered the island. As 21 May is the feast day of Saint Helena, the mother of Constantine the Great, he […]

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