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July 9, 2013 Travel Deals No Comments Email Email

Shake off the winter chill and put some spring in your step with these travel ideas from the experts at Abercrombie & Kent.
An Indian recharge

Kick-start yourself spiritually and physically at India’s award-winning Ayurvedic spa, Ananda in the Himalaya. Put yourself in the hands of skilled therapists and instructors who will tailor a wellbeing programme to suit. Experience the benefits of ancient Ayurvedic, yoga and Vedanta therapies combined with western approaches to unite mind, body and soul. Be a regular visitor in the resort’s spa where over 70 body and beauty treatments are on offer or trek in the surrounding hills, have a round of golf or take in a traditional ‘aarti’ ceremony in the nearby town of Rishikesh.
Nestled in the Himalayan foothills, four hours north of Delhi, and overlooking the Ganges River, this Banner 250x250pxsuperb spa resort effortlessly celebrates the spiritual teachings and philosophies of the region leaving you fully refreshed and revitalised. Make this a stand-alone destination or conclude a longer journey through India here.
A&K’s 4-day ‘Escape to Ananda’ is priced from $2,200.

Surf’s up in the Maldives

Get a head start on your tan with a chilled resort stay in the mouth-watering Maldives. Picture amazing white sand beaches, coral reefs, clear warm waters and some of the world’s richest marine life – simply dazzling. At Six Senses Laamu the swell is good through till October and the famous Yin Yang break is just off the outer reef of the local island. Towards the end of September you might even witness green sea turtle hatchlings making a brave scramble for the water.

The resort itself offers on-land and over-water villas simply but stylishly constructed of sustainable materials in a palm-fringed paradise. There are outstanding dining choices much of which hails from the island’s organic gardens. This is one for couples, honeymooners and families alike.

A&K’s 8-day ‘Hideaway: Six Senses Laamu’ is priced from US$3,225.

Dead Sea Cleanse

For millennia people have been attracted to Jordan’s Dead Sea, drawn by the medicinal qualities of its mineral-laden waters and curative secrets. With the highest concentration of minerals and salts in the world, the water of the Dead Sea possesses anti-inflammatory properties, and the dark mud of its shores has been used for over 2000 years for therapeutic purposes. Swimming here, with its queer sensation of weightlessness, is a memorable experience – the high levels of salt in the water keep the body afloat, whilst the variety of minerals promotes good health and wellbeing. At the A&K recommended Kempinski Hotel Ishtar Dead Sea enjoy a resort stay and make time to visit the Anantara Spa. A Dead Sea Mud Wrap leaves the boy nourished, revived and toned.
A&K’s 3-day ‘Dead Sea Extension’ is priced from $945 and is best combined with A&K’s 7-day ‘Highlights of Jordan’.

Wild W.A.

Hidden in the white sand dunes of Western Australia’s Cape Range National Park is exclusive safari camp, Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef. There are just nine spacious tents sensitively nestled in the dunes with all the expected home comforts – comfortable beds, 500 thread count linen, pillow menu, soft bath towels and an en suite bathroom. A team of expert hosts is on hand providing delicious meals and there’s plenty to do with kayaking, snorkelling, gorge walks and beachcombing. Fishing here is some of the best in the country with big game fishing for marlin, wahoo, mackerel and more to entice the game fisherman, bone fishing and reef fishing.

A&K’s 6-day ‘Pristine Waters of Ningaloo Reef’ from $3,462.

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