Colors: Yellow Color
Colors: Yellow Color

As the Maldives is listed as one of the top locations for diving in the world, Kurumba Maldives wishes to encourage more guests to experience this wonderful activity, in a very unique environment. The aesthetic of the Dive Centre has been designed to provide a welcoming and open entrance which will be much easier for guests to find. Flowing spaces make up the tank room, storage and drying rooms as well as allowing for an inspiring dive school classroom; while in addition, the showers and bathrooms have been updated.

With Wimbledon fever set to strike, those inspired to dig out their dusty tennis rackets can now rediscover the racket wielding sport as Health and Fitness Travel, the leading specialists in healthy holidays worldwide, share their top tennis training holidays. Gain the advantage whether training in Thailand at a specialist sports retreat frequented by sporting stars, or diversifying your racket skills with tennis, squash and padel in Portugal.

Yorkshire folk are the least likely to go away this summer, with more people staying at home in Leeds than any other major UK city, World Travel Market London research reveals. Overall, 33% of Brits say they are not going to have a summer holiday this year, with the figure rising to 44% in Yorkshire. It’s even higher in the Leeds area, where 50% of residents say they are not having a summer holiday.

This Father's Day, sporting dads and children are invited to celebrate with a UK break at two of de Savary family's luxury properties.  Whether it's a weekend fishing for trout and relaxing in the peace of the Cotswolds countryside, or playing a round at one of the UK's leading golf courses followed by a gourmet dinner, the de Savary Father's Day packages offer the perfect bonding breaks.

Even on a cold, wet day, you can be cheered up by the thought of summer on the beach.  The beach is where memories are made – building sandcastles, exploring rockpools, discovering seaweed and heading into the water to swim, surf, Stand Up Paddle Board, kayak or just paddle in the shallows.  It's a passion which started with the Georgians, who began to visit the coast in great numbers in the 18th century.