Dreamscapes Travel & Lifestyle

Fall/Winter 2022

Dreamscapes Travel & Lifestyle Magazine

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FALL/ WINTER 2022 DREAMSCAPES 61 T R A V E L G A L L E R Y Travel expert Cynthia David provides updates on the tourism industry in this curated collection that appears in every issue — TRAVEL NEWS YOU CAN USE I magine getting on a plane to a far-flung destination without the hassle of carrying, checking or claiming your luggage. Guests of Six Senses resorts, dedicated to wellness and hospitality, make travel- ling light easy. Once you've booked your resort stay, click on the "Destination/How to get there" tab. Partner Luggage Free will organize contactless home pickup of your luggage, which may include golf clubs, bikes, skis or snowboards, and have it waiting in your room guaranteed upon arrival. Luggage Free also takes care of insurance and any customs paperwork required along the way. Sixsenses.com R educe your impact on the planet while travelling by donating to WILDCOAST, an international conservation organization that raises money to plant mangrove forests in tropical coastal regions threatened by deforestation. Not only do these dense thickets absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store it in their rich soil, but they also provide refuge to migratory birds, sea turtles and fish. In the past 20 years, WILDCOAST has already helped protect and restore 3,400 hectares of mangrove forests. It now aims to plant one million man- groves, one for every dollar contributed. wildcoast.org/millionmangroves SIX SENSES HOTELS RESORTS SPAS ALEJANDRA CHACON P lan a unique adventure to the British Isles with the help of a beau- tifully illustrated new travel guide. In Treasured Islands: The explorer's guide to over 200 of the most beautiful and intriguing islands around Britain (Bloomsbury), travel writer Peter Naldrett explores inhabited islands from the northern tip of Scotland to the south coast of England, including those where the poet William Butler Yeats found inspiration and where Star Wars: The Last Jedi was filmed. Naldrett includes must-see attractions, picturesque nature spots, local food specialties, sporting activities, the best places to stay and eat plus how to get there from the mainland. Bloomsbury.com/ca LAKELAND/GETTY IMAGES U sing eye-tracking technology, the experts at Kuoni Travel have come up with a list of the world's 10 most eye-catching natural wonders. In first place is Peyto Lake, Alberta, a glacier-fed lake in Banff National Park. Next up, Meeru Island in the Maldives, followed by the Jurassic Coast, stretching from East Devon to Dorset in south- west England, and California's Yosemite National Park. Our own Niagara Falls comes in at Number 6, between New Zealand's Lake Tekapo and Mount Snowdon in Wales. The Philippines' Puerto Princesa underground river, Chile's Marble Caves and Puerto Rico's El Yunque National Forest round out the list. kuoni.co.uk/best-natural- wonders-and-beaches KUONI TRAVEL

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