St. John's - a Canadian city on the other side of ordinary Along the shores of the Canadian Province of Newfoundland & Labrador - the most easterly Canadian province - 10,000 humpback whales frolic around in the waters of the wild Atlantic Ocean. They can of course be seen from land but for a once-in-a-life-time experience, get up close and personal with these majestic mammals on a boat tour, sea kayaking right by them, or even snorkelling with them. Cape Spear, a ten minute drive from Downtown St. John's and the most easterly point in North America, is a great place to spot Whales. But you don't need to leave the city - head up to Signal Hill or hike along the city's coastal path and it's likely you'll spot them if you're visiting between mid-June and late August. Perched on the steep slopes of a small harbour with a rainbow of colourful wooden Victorian-era houses known as jellybean row lining the steep streets, the Canadian city of St. John's has all the makings of a miniature San Francisco. Only St. John's is a lot closer to the UK - just a four and a half hour flight from London to be exact. From spring and early summer, you can marvel at Mother Nature’s skyscrapers – 10,000 year old icebergs travelling down the North Atlantic Coast from Greenland, some as high as 80 metres!
Visit one of Italy's most popular holiday destinations! Located on one of the world’s most impressive and scenic coastlines it offers fantastic excursion opportunities, the ever welcoming and vivacious buzz of the Italian people, mouth-watering cuisine and wines and enjoys a wonderful Mediterranean climate