Say G’day USA and celebrate our centenary in the Oct-Nov-Dec issue of Vacations & Travel – Australia’s longest running travel magazine!
The new issue of Vacations & Travel magazine is out now.
Celebrating our 100th issue of the magazine, we have over 68 pages of USA content, sure to whet your appetite for all things star and spangled.
We ride to Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Austin, San Antonio and Grapevine in Texas, enjoy the delights of California’s Mammoth Lakes in summer, shop in Hawaii, explore the Real America in Wyoming, Montana, North and South Dakota, and jazz up your vacation visiting the music cities of New Orleans, Nashville, and Atlanta.
The Peruvian Amazon is alive with animals big and small, and for something different in India, we head for the hills of Nagaland, for the wildly colourful Hornbill Festival.
With a bumper 268 pages of essential holiday ideas and information, our team of respected writers travel far and wide and we also update readers on the latest news in spas, hotels, cruising, travel books, restaurants, galleries and museums, street food, shopping, street markets, travel apps and ways to give back through travel in our global village.
This issue also covers the following stories:
– The London dining scene
– Osaka’s cuisine
– A roundup of great train trips
– A photo essay of the tropical Cook Islands
– Doha’s delights
– The wonders of Luang Prabang in Laos
– Golf in Hua Hin, Thailand
– The ‘Field of Light’ at Uluru
– Hiking New Zealand’s Milford and Routeburn Tracks
– Ireland – tracing ancestral routes
– Solomon Islands
– Sailing in South East Asia on the The Silver Shadow
– A look at the Ovation of the Seas
That’s 268 pages of essential holiday ideas and information … for just AU$9.95.
PLUS: One lucky Vacations & Travel reader will win a five-night holiday at the akyra Beach Club Phuket. To enter, visit vacationstravel.com
Vacations & Travel is out now at newsagents. For subscriptions visit vacationstravel.com or call Morris Media on +61 2 9555 7477.
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