Jamaica is an island of beautiful beaches and tropical landscapes of rivers, waterfalls and jungle-clad mountains, as well as some of the world’s friendliest locals and Caribbean sun that shines all year round.
From relaxing on a postcard-perfect beach to soaking up the nightlife buzz, and from diving with colourful marine life to tucking into tasty beach barbecues, Jamaica really does have something for everyone.
Julian, Sharron and the rest of the award-winning Abbotts Travel team have put their heads together to produce their Top Picks for 2020. Let's just say, it wasn't pretty - but this is what everyone finally agreed on!!!
Great Britain may be leaving the European Union in 2020, but that doesn’t mean we can’t continue to explore the beautiful continent.
Home to both the oldest prehistoric underground temple in the world and the popular soft drink, Kinnie, the beautiful island of Malta certainly won’t disappoint.
Adrift in the Mediterranean Sea, it sits as one of the smallest countries in Europe. Yet, despite its size, you’ll discover a melting pot of history, culture, breathtaking scenery and some of the friendliest locals in the world.
It’s no secret that Mexico is one of the hottest destinations for UK tourists. With a delicious culinary scene, traditionally diverse music, and warm and welcoming locals, it’s on most people’s bucket list.
Money goes a long way here and there is truly something for everyone. From deserts to jungle, UK visitors will be spoilt for choice.
AMResorts' properties are located along the coasts of Mexico. Set upon stunning beache...
One of the best things about exploring the Gulf is the diversity it offers. What often comes to mind is the futuristic, cosmopolitan city of Dubai, but few realise that the Arabian Gulf is home to a rich history.
From prisons that now serve as museums, to a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with excavations that date back to 3000 BC!
Visitors can find soaring skyscrapers in Abu Dhabi, then move onwards to lounge on a beach in Bahrain...
Sri Lanka is looking to be an irresistible location in 2019 and it's not hard to see why. Endless beaches, fascinating culture, beautiful people and exquisite cuisine; the island has it all.
In Sanskrit, Sri Lanka means ‘resplendent land’, more commonly it is referred to as the ‘Pearl of the Indian Ocean’. A wonder of beautiful beaches, religious architecture, lush landscapes and pungent spices. The rich religious history of th...
Incredible scenery, extraordinary wildlife viewing opportunities and a friendly culture means there are endless reasons to visit Botswana.
From December to March, the country is at the height of the Green Season when the temperature is high, plant life flourishes and many species give birth. The water recedes on the flood plains and more of the land can be explored on foot or in a game vehicle.
Welcome to Montenegro. Bordered by the clear sea, covered with white rocks, and lit by the Mediterranean sun, Montenegro is a European oasis where you can rest by the soft sound of the waves.
Arriving by plane or boat, you’ll find 117 beaches spread along the Montenegrin coast. The summer season in Montenegro lasts from May until October, which means 180 days of swimming and 240 days of sunshine every year.
2017 was a big year for Abbotts Travel: we held our first showcase evening at Chigwell Golf Club, which launched the Abbotts Travel Golf Collection, followed by a second event, due to popular demand, introducing our clients to the wonders of Indochina; we joined Europe’s largest local business network; we retained the title of London’s Top Travel Agency (and we've been shortlisted for the third year running); and, most importa...
The meeting point between east and west, of inspiration and innovation. Undoubtedly one of the most historic cities in the world, rich in stunning architecture and a fascinating religious past.
In recent years, Jerusalem has become a city of international tourism and culture, offering visitors a variety of festivals, cultural happenings and international sports events such as the Open House F...