Blog posts • Apr 02, 2015 16:28 BST
April’s pension reforms could free up funds to be spent in any way you choose. Here, Martin Hesp, Editor-at-Large at the Western Morning News, explains why he thinks that a well-chosen walking holiday could be one of the best investments in wellbeing you could make.
Blog posts • Mar 31, 2015 11:29 BST
Marval Grabner took on board some important lessons on our new Caribbean Explorer island-hopping trip!
Blog posts • Mar 27, 2015 16:55 GMT
Andrew Renshaw tells us he has recently returned from a great Ramblers holiday on Malta & Gozo, where the tour leader, Ian Foster, did a fantastic job of organising the walks and showing the group all interesting sights on the islands. Here’s a ‘postcard’ of his trip highlights.
Blog posts • Mar 20, 2015 17:15 GMT
Sophie Hughes recently travelled with us on a walking holiday to South India, a trip that shows the many faces of India, from teeming cities to glorious lakes and mountains – and everywhere, she was charmed by its people. India is certainly an assault on the senses, and here Sophie has written an elegant and very atmospheric account of her experiences.
Blog posts • Mar 16, 2015 16:48 GMT
Beryl Waghorn spent Christmas and New Year on one of our Cruise & Walk holidays to the Canaries, where visiting a new island each day combined with carefully graded walking made for an excellent alternative to festive over-indulgence and the British weather!
Blog posts • Mar 02, 2015 17:05 GMT
In addition to its amazing scenic, historic and cultural heritage, Morocco also offers some of the best birdwatching in North Africa. Steve Newman is currently birding in southern Morocco with us on our new trip to the desert, wetland and mountain habitats of the Atlas Mountains. Here is the second of his day-by-day accounts for Silver Travel Advisor.
Blog posts • Feb 27, 2015 17:12 GMT
Ramblers Worldwide Holidays’ public relations consultant Graham Ross wears a number of hats. In addition to his consultancy work, he’s also an author and artist and has just launched his latest book “Secret Creek” – an affectionate portrait of the mysterious and magical Essex Backwaters. Here’s what John Carter, former TV presenter with ‘Wish You Were Here’, says in the foreword.
Blog posts • Feb 27, 2015 16:57 GMT
In addition to its amazing scenic, historic and cultural heritage, Morocco also offers some of the best birdwatching in North Africa. Steve Newman went birding in southern Morocco with us on our new trip to the desert, wetland and mountain habitats of the Atlas Mountains. Here is the first of his day-by-day accounts.
Blog posts • Feb 24, 2015 11:17 GMT
The vibrant souks, the magnificent Alhambra Palace, Cordoba’s exquisite Mezquita and Madrid’s Palaccio Real are obvious enduring memories of the Moorish Trail for Jill and Roger Skidmore; but here are their Top Ten other memories which will remain with them for just as long.
Blog posts • Feb 16, 2015 16:03 GMT
Margaret Morfoot was thrilled by the sheer variety of colourful birdlife and other diverse wildlife of Costa Rica. Guided by local bird expert Frank, the group managed to add a total of over 20 sightings of species not on the already extensive list of spottings accumulated by previous RWH guests.
Blog posts • Feb 10, 2015 11:01 GMT
We are very fortunate to be based at the stunning site of Lemsford Mill, near Welwyn Garden City, and we are proud to be custodians of a small part of wild Hertfordshire. Peter Oakenfull is part of the team that maintains the Mill grounds and its wildlife. In the first of a series of seasonal posts, he tells us what the site and his work mean to him.
Blog posts • Feb 05, 2015 14:46 GMT
For once not leading a tour for RWH, Eileen and Paul Lyons spent a welcome few days’ winter holiday in Ragusa Ibla in the Val di Noto in south-east Sicily, familiar to fans as the scenic setting for TV’s Inspector Montalbano series.