At Best Destinations we realise how important your holiday time is and how difficult it can be choosing exactly the right place. As we have travelled all over the world, you can use our experience and personal recommendations to help you to choose your perfect trip.
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With 15 years of travel behind him, including 7 years of intensive cruise work, Jon has a travel bug he has no intention of losing. Familiar with Celebrity, Royal Caribbean, Norwegian, P&O, Princess and Costa Cruise Lines there is little he doesn’t know about life between ports. ‘I think that waking up every day in a new destination with its own culture and experiences, is what makes cruising so special. Today’s ships are just like floating resorts, each with its own unique atmosphere & personality; I’m seeing a huge increase in demand, especially from younger couples, honeymooners and families with children – there’s a perfect cruise for everyone!’
Totally fell in love with… ‘Head over heels, completely – Parga; a small town in northwest Greece. It has stunning sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, fabulous tavernas and a great mixture of modern and traditional Greece. I have recommended the resort to friends, family and customers alike and all of them have adored it. In fact, most of them have been back more than once’
My customers raved about… ‘Oceania Marina. I would say that Oceania are a luxury cruise line, slightly below Regent Seven Seas and I can highly recommend them. My customer had enjoyed sailing with Cunard, Princess and Celebrity but was looking for a smaller, more intimate cruise. The staff on board are extremely highly trained, having worked for the likes of the Ritz Carlton group and pride themselves on providing the best service at sea. The dress code with Oceania is ‘country club casual’ so no formal dress is needed. The ship features genuine works from Picasso and a huge collection of Murano glass. Very impressive!’
Latest trip… Was a weekend break to Reykjavik. The highlights included a trip to the blue lagoon and off road quad biking. Unfortunately the Northern Lights were not visible so I guess that means we will have to go back again. Oh well, I suppose every cloud has a silver lining.