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USS Arizona Memorial, Hawaii
Lighthouse Project

Lighthouse Project – USS Arizona Memorial

For the Globus family of brand’s November Lighthouse Project spotlight, we would like to introduce you to the USS Arizona Memorial.   This memorial in Hawaii falls under our ‘Places’ pillar, whereby we reflect on the past to brighten the future. Many of the parks, palaces, museums and monuments that we enjoy today are the […]

Hunter Valley
Australia, By Destination

NSW Wineries & Countryside

More often than not, you’ll instantly think of ‘Sydney’ when you hear ‘NSW’. However, there is so much more to the state than meets the eye! Regional NSW is rich with authentic countryside experiences, exquisite wine country, prominent historical sights and quaint small-town charm.   Globus has introduced a brand-new 8-day NSW Wineries & Countryside tour which will showcase an adventure […]

Day of the Dead, Mexico
By Destination, Worldwide

Halloween celebrations from around the world

Dating back to pagan times, Halloween is one of the world’s oldest holidays. It has come a long way since then, with Halloween celebrations around the world enjoyed by adults and children alike.   Ireland  Much of Halloween’s origins come from the Emerald Isle so traditions are well ingrained for the Irish. For their own take […]

Avalon Siem Reap
Asia, By Destination, River Cruise

5 reasons to add an Avalon Waterways Mekong cruise to your bucket list

The Mekong River is one of the world’s greatest, its waters flowing almost 5,000 kilometres across six countries. It acts as a major lifeline, particularly for Vietnam and Cambodia. The Mekong is a major transport route between the two countries for ships of all sizes sailing on the river.  While most of Avalon Waterways’ river cruises are in Europe, […]

By Destination, Europe

How to eat like a local in Tuscany, Italy

It’s no surprise that Tuscany is one of Italy’s most popular regions, especially for the foodie aficionado. Tuscany is famous not just in Italy, but around the world, for its simplistic way of cooking. The region is well situated with the perfect climate for growing fruit and vegetables and farming (primarily) beef and pork. […]


Coffee Around The World: Part II

The art of coffee has a longstanding history, dating back to 800 AD. Legend has it that goat herders noticed the effect the fruit of the coffea plant had on their goats after eating it. It made the goats lively and appear to ‘dance’. A local monk then produced a drink with it […]