In addition to our current hotels, we now have new hotels available for 2014, giving you even more accommodation choices for your promotional holiday!
Take a look at our fantastic new selection below; you can click on the pictures for more information about each hotel.
Denbukit Residence and Suites is in the exotic town of Jimbaran in southern Bali.
Two units of two-storied elegant buildings standing on some 3,000 sq/mtr will cater to your every whim and help you to unwind away from the hustle and bustle of modern day life. Read more...
In an excellent cliff-top location overlooking the natural beach of Praia Formosa, the 5 Star Madeira Regency Palace Hotel offers spectacular views over the Atlantic and Cabo Girão, Europe’s highest sea cliff. Read More...
Ideally situated on the beachfront in Torviscas, with all the tourist attractions of this popular area close by. The club has indoor and outdoor restaurants, two large pools, and a soft children´s play area and splash pool to keep the little ones amused.
Parque Santiago 2 is a first-class resort ideally located on the ocean front, in the upmarket 'Golden Corner', one of the most recently developed areas of Playa de las Americas. The area is also one of the sunniest, at the promenade that leads to the nearby harbour of Los Cristianos. Read More...
Cristian Sur is one of the most welcoming and attractive Tenerife holiday apartment complexes in the south of Tenerife. It is also extremely popular, with the majority of guests returning year after year. Read More...
The San Marino Apartments are situated in the centre of Los Cristianos in Tenerife and benefits from being on the flat area, thus avoiding the many steep hills of the town. Read More...
The abuse of wild animals in Thailand has long been prevalent in the touristic areas, and many an unsuspecting tourist can be seen grinning inanely having photos taken with an obviously distressed baby gibbon holding on for dear life. Understandably, said tourists see this as a bit of fun, not to mention a unique photo opportunity; however, most are unaware of the abuse that awaits the poor creatures as they outgrow their usefulness. When questioned upon the origin of the animals the owners often claim that they have been bred in captivity, but when further pressed they will probably confirm that actually the parents of the animals had been killed in the wild and the babies taken from them.
Thankfully, the practice is becoming less common since being brought to the attention of the Natural Resources and Environmental Crime Division of the Royal Thai Police. Crackdowns on the practice across Thailand has seen the confiscation of hundreds of species of wild animals who are then placed in rehabilitation centres with the aim of being released back into the wild.
One such centre is the Gibbon Rehabilitation Project (GRP), a non-profit organisation based in Phuket and run mainly by volunteers and students. You can visit the Rehabilitation site and the Education center (Center for Conservation and Fund-Raising) both located in Khao Phra Theaw Non-Hunting Area at Bang Pae Waterfall in Phuket, Thailand. The centre is open daily from 9am to 4.30pm and you can visit and watch the gibbons from the viewing platform. The centre does not charge an entrance fee, however as the project is majorly volunteer based, a donation for the cause is always much appreciated.
If you are holidaying in Phuket this year, then this is a great opportunity to make a difference for an endangered species. And if you are lucky enough to live in the area, the project are always looking for volunteers.
For more information you can visit the GRP Facebook page here:
or visit their website directly here:
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