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Wondering where to go in Hawaii? Our experts weigh in on which island is the best option for you.

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Author: Jemima Forbes

Picture paradise, and the islands of Hawaii come tantalizingly close. The archipelago on the Pacific Ocean is one of our favorite beach destinations, and it’s easy to see why. With lush greenery, stunning beaches, cascading waterfalls and its inherent Aloha spirit, this beautiful state has a lot going for it.

Before you start plotting your island escape, you’ll need to decide where to go in Hawaii. With several islands to choose from – each with its own set of unmissable allures – we understand that choosing when and where to go in Hawaii can be overwhelming. Luckily, our experts are here to help you uncover Hawaii’s wonderful diversity, while giving you pointers on the best islands to visit, based on your idea of the perfect getaway.

1The Big Island

Great for: intrepid hikes, coffee tastings and heritage sites

Big Island is among the largest and youngest of Hawaii’s islands. Formed over 400,000 years ago, it is particularly recognizable for its rugged terrain dotted with soaring volcanoes. This includes the mighty Kilauea – the world’s most active volcano.

Adventure-seekers can enjoy excursions at the Big Island’s epic volcanic landscapes. Venture into meandering lava tubes or explore caves carved out over millennia by steaming magma. For an activity that brings a little less heat, consider a sea kayak tour around the island’s emerald-hued coast or swim alongside manta rays and green sea turtles.

Want to sprinkle your itinerary with some exciting activities? Stargazers will love climbing to the top of Mauna Kea for crystal-clear vistas of the night sky, while history lovers can spend hours admiring the ancient rock carvings in the Puako Petroglyph Archaeological District.

Sustainable Tour IdeasEmbark on a tour of one of the island’s working coffee farms. As well as sampling Hawaii’s world-renowned Kona coffee, you’ll be able to enjoy a sustainable shopping experience by buying directly from an independent grower. For a touch of adventure, hike through the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and soak up nature at its rawest.

2Maui

Great for: snorkeling, beaches and culinary delights 

Traveling to Hawaii for a special anniversary or your honeymoon? Head to Maui for an unforgettable romantic getaway. The second-largest island in the archipelago is famed for its magical multi-colored sand beaches and undulating valleys.

If you’re wondering where to go in Hawaii for snorkeling and diving trips, Maui is hard to beat. Molokini is the go-to place for truly spectacular underwater adventures. The partially submerged caldera sits a few miles off Maui’s southwest coast and is home to the region’s only island marine sanctuary. Visiting between December and April? Keep your eyes peeled for humpback whales as you go on a boat trip into the ocean. Round off your trip to Maui by driving up to Haleakala Summit to catch a glorious sunrise above the sea and clouds.

As well as soaking up Maui’s natural beauty on the water or during a mini road trip across the island, you could also explore some of its buzzing towns and cities. Lahaina, a former whaling town, was briefly the capital of Hawaii and is straight out of a picture postcard with its oceanfront location and traditional wooden buildings. Art galleries and eateries abound here, so feast your senses as you soak up this historic town. 

Fresh seafood is always on the menu in Maui. Plan your trip around the Hawaii Food & Wine Festival that takes place in October across Maui, Oahu and the Big Island. Indulge in delectable local cuisine and enjoy masterclasses from world-renowned chefs.

Sustainable Tour Ideas

Maui is dotted with several tropical plantations, organic farms, wineries and more. You could set-off on self-guided visits to some of these verdant landscapes nestled in the upcountry region of Kula, which is famed for its fertile volcanic soil and effective agricultural practices.

3Oahu 

Great for: sea adventures and culture

Hawaii’s most-populated island is also its most historic. Oahu is where you’ll find Honolulu, the state’s capital, and it’s a great place to start if you’re a first-time visitor to Hawaii. 

Wander around Pearl Harbor and hop aboard the USS Missouri to learn more about the island’s role in WWII. Nearby Waikiki Beach is famous for its huge waves and you might just spot a few pro surfers riding the waves. The crescent-shaped bay is fringed by hotels, restaurants and shopping malls, making it a hub for travelers who enjoy an electrifying atmosphere.

Prefer something a little more laidback? Tucked away on Oahu’s northeast coast is pristine Kailua Beach, an oasis with white sand and turquoise waters. Visit for a leisurely day trip or go on a catamaran sailing excursion to snorkel alongside its resident sea turtles. Our team can also help give your Oahu itinerary a more adventurous spin, if you wish, with a hike along the Manoa Falls Trail or bike rides along the edges of extinct volcanoes. 

Oahu additionally packs a punch with its cultural offerings. Admire the USA’s only royal residence at Iolani Palace or stroll through decades-old pineapple plantations such as Dole Plantation, one of Oahu’s key attractions.

Sustainable Tour Ideas

Gain insights into Polynesian culture at the Polynesian Cultural Center, a living museum in Laie, Oahu. The museum brings the spirit of Polynesia to the fore with its simulated tropical villages, where you can watch captivating shows and presentations.

4Kauai 

Great for: nature lovers, film buffs

Also known as Garden Isle, Kauai is resplendent with lush greenery, making it a great pick for outdoor enthusiasts and those looking to go off the grid.

More than three-quarters of the island is inaccessible by car, making it an excellent destination to truly get away from it all. One area that’s delightfully devoid of roads is the Na Pali Coast. The 17-mile shoreline stretches along Kauai’s north, and it’s blessed with pristine beaches and craggy sea caves which can be explored via kayak, raft or catamaran.

Discover the Grand Canyon of the Pacific with a hike through the dramatic Waimea Canyon or walk alongside winding rivers up to tinkling waterfalls in Koke’e State Park. For an adventure you’ll never forget, try zip-lining above an ancient rainforest or hopping into an inflatable tube to traverse mountain tunnels carved a century ago.

If you enjoy the movies, you’re in for a treat. Kauai has served as the backdrop to several iconic Hollywood films such as Jurassic Park, Blue Hawaii, Raiders Of The Lost Ark, The Descendents, Pirates Of The Caribbean and so many more. It is possible to take a tour of these regions and relive your favorite scenes!

Sustainable Tour Ideas

We can help organize kayaking adventures to Kauai’s Hidden Falls and biking excursions across the island, if you are looking for an active, yet sustainable, vacation. Want to slow down for a while? Enjoy a quiet pace of life in places such as Lihue and take the opportunity to experience some of the island’s wonderful rituals including a luau, a traditional Hawaiian feast.

Feeling inspired to book your dream vacation to Hawaii? Let us help you plan a personalized itinerary for your chosen island that is in sync with your unique wishlist. Reach out to us and our experts will curate your most memorable Hawaii vacation yet.

Hawaii: Volcanoes, Beach and History

Explore Hawaii’s three top highlights: Oahu, home to Pearl Harbor, Big Island with its multi-colored beaches, mountains and lava deserts, and Maui, a surfing and snorkeling paradise with picture-perfect beaches. Do you wish to add more destinations or experiences to your trip?

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Aloha: Island Hopping in Hawaii

The sun, sand, and surf call out on this enchanting journey across the islands of Hawaii. Start your adventure at Oahu that presents an alluring mix of blues and greens.

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Road Trip: California Sunshine and Hawaiian Dreams

California’s sunshine-drenched landscapes and Hawaii’s lush and pristine islands are a match made in heaven! Experience the magic of San Francisco from land, water, and air.

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A Guide To The World’s Best Wine Destinations https://thedailylaunch.com/2022/07/19/a-guide-to-the-worlds-best-wine-destinations/ Tue, 19 Jul 2022 09:36:47 +0000 https://thedailylaunch.com/2022/07/19/a-guide-to-the-worlds-best-wine-destinations/ Care for another pour? We’ve listed out our top-rated wine destinations with insider tips on the best wines to try. 4 min Author: harini.s Imagine sipping a glass of wine in a sun-soaked courtyard as you take in blissful views of verdant vineyards all around you. Doesn’t it sound like the perfect activity to be …

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Care for another pour? We’ve listed out our top-rated wine destinations with insider tips on the best wines to try.

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Author: harini.s

Imagine sipping a glass of wine in a sun-soaked courtyard as you take in blissful views of verdant vineyards all around you. Doesn’t it sound like the perfect activity to be doing on a vacation? If you are nodding along vehemently, here’s our handpicked list of the world’s most alluring wine destinations. Think beyond Napa Valley, and venture to the scenic valleys of Argentina or the sweeping vineyards of South Africa in search of the finest wines. Oenophile or not, we are sure you’ll have a great time exploring wineries and soaking up splendid views on these immersive wine vacations… 

1Douro Valley, Portugal

This steeply-terraced valley is considered the oldest demarcated wine region in the world (its port was declared in 1756). Interestingly, though, this stunning region in Portugal has only been on the wine tourism radar for about two decades. This UNESCO-listed site grows more than 80 varieties of grapes including Tinta Roriz, Touriga Francesa, Tinta Barroca, Touriga Nacional and Tinta Cao.

Can’t Miss Pour: To honor the region’s history, try wine from the 300-year-old Quinta do Vallado vineyard. The 16-month oak barrel-aged Vallado Tinta Roriz is ultra-concentrated on the nose and powerfully full-bodied with red fruit flavors. 

Offbeat Option: Alentejo, Portugal

Alentejo is where Portugal’s climate steers clear of the Atlantic influence. The scenery changes from steep terraces to gently rolling plains that get scorching hot summers and cold winters, paving the way for a more ‘new world’ style of wine. Check out Malhadinha Nova and their intense yet spectacularly smooth Malhadinha Tinto 2003.

2Barossa Valley, Australia

The bucolic Barossa Valley, just 50 minutes northeast of Adelaide, is synonymous with fine wine. Here, you can bask in a glorious sunset over gently rolling Shiraz vineyards with kangaroos casually hopping by. While the focus is on Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache Shiraz Mourvèdre and Malbec also shine here. 

Can’t Miss Pour: E&E Black Pepper Shiraz has received 90+ points from Wine Spectator, a leading wine culture magazine, ten years in a row, cementing its status as one of Australia’s Top 25 benchmark wines.

Offbeat Option: Margaret River

Nestled in Western Australia, the charming town of Margaret River is surrounded by surreal waterfalls, incredible wineries, great beaches and karri trees that rise up to 200 feet. Will Berliner of Cloudburst Winery turned this otherwise traditional winemaking region on its head. With just an online winemaking certificate under his belt, he swan-dived into the local scene with his creation of cult wines that continue to receive near perfect scores from every major international wine critic!

3Stellenbosch, South Africa

Those gorgeous photos you see of South African vineyards sprawled beneath imposing granite mountains? Chances are they’re from ​​Stellenbosch, the country’s second oldest town and its most famous wine-producing region. Cabernet Sauvignon is a standout here and is often combined with Merlot to create Bordeaux Blend wines. It’s like South Africa’s Napa Valley, just with soil three times as old.  

Can’t Miss Pour: It may not be the most budget-friendly wine, but the Sadie Family Die Ouwingerdreeks ‘Mev. Kirsten’ Chenin Blanc, with notes of honey and citrus, is sheer magic.

Offbeat Option: Paarl Wine Route

Just north of Stellenbosch but less touristy (even though it’s the second oldest wine route in the country), this region is made for slowly meandering down less-traversed gravel roads between the Drakenstein and Paarlberg mountains. Go on a quest to find the perfect picnic spot and pop a Shiraz or Chenin Blanc.

4Valle de Uco, Argentina

Situated at the foot of the towering Andes, Valle de Uco has an often snow-capped, picture-postcard backdrop for its rows of vines – on a clear day you can even see the Tupungato Volcano. Argentina’s wonderland of world-famous Malbec, Uco Valley has blue, sunny skies almost 300 days a year, making for some big reds including Bonarda, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Syrah, Merlot and Tempranillo.

Can’t Miss Pour: Take a sip of anything by Matervini, the fully organic, solar-powered Malbec playground of Santiago Achaval and Roberto Cipresso. 

Offbeat Option: Cafayate, Argentina

A couple of hours from the adventure tourism destination of Salta in northwest Argentina, getting to Cafayate is an experience in itself. Wind through a surreal, sculpted desert landscape and reward your arrival to this lesser-known wine region with a Laborum Single Vineyard Torrontes from Porvenir.

If you are a wine connoisseur, you’ll know that there’s no greater joy than sampling some of the world’s best wines in the most scenic vineyards. Reach out to us and let us know which of these wine destinations appeal to you the most. We would love to take care of all of the details of your next wine tasting vacation, so you can focus on what’s important – drinking the wine!

Portugal: Food and Wine

Go on a culinary journey into Portugal on this 14 day tour. From personalized cooking classes in Porto to a tour of wineries in Douro Valley and oyster picking in Algarve, this itinerary is packed with some distinct experiences.

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Argentina and Chile: Food and Wine Experience

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Australia’s Most Spectacular Beaches https://thedailylaunch.com/2022/07/11/australias-most-spectacular-beaches/ Mon, 11 Jul 2022 09:09:07 +0000 https://thedailylaunch.com/2022/07/11/australias-most-spectacular-beaches/ Australia is home to some of the world’s finest beaches. Here are 10 of our favorite strips of sand in this delightful country. 6 min Author: Harini Sriram With a coastline that stretches more than 30,000 miles, Australia is home to about 11,000 beaches, making it a top pick for a beach vacation. From the …

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Australia is home to some of the world’s finest beaches. Here are 10 of our favorite strips of sand in this delightful country.

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Author: Harini Sriram

With a coastline that stretches more than 30,000 miles, Australia is home to about 11,000 beaches, making it a top pick for a beach vacation. From the tourist-friendly Bondi Beach in Sydney to some of the most secluded beaches on the west coast with the whitest sands and the bluest water, the country has a strip of sand for every kind of beach lover. Whether you like to indulge in adrenaline-fueled water sport or lounge by the sand as you gaze out at the limitless ocean, Australia is sure to draw you in with its unmatched beauty and ecological diversity.

If you’re wondering which part of the coast to visit, our team of experts have handpicked ten of the most stunning beaches across the country.

1Whitehaven Beach

With its chalk-white powdery sand and turquoise blue waters, Whitehaven Beach in the Whitsundays archipelago is often regarded as one of the world’s best beaches. In 2013, it was named Australia’s best beach, and we can see why. Aside from its scenic setting, it offers excellent opportunities for snorkeling and splendid views from atop Tongue Point, a short hike away. The beach is believed to have the finest sand made up of close to 99 percent pure silica, giving it its powdery texture and brilliant white hue. Here’s a special tip: explore Whitehaven Beach by seaplane. We promise, the view of this tropical paradise in Whitsunday Islands National Park from the air is unforgettable.

2Lizard Island

This tropical paradise is located in the Great Barrier Reef, about 155 miles north of Cairns. The small island is lined with pristine white sand beaches and surrounded by coral reefs with crystal clear water. Snorkel among rainbow-colored coral or follow in the footsteps of James Cook and climb the island’s highest mountain. From this vantage point, Cook watched for a passage out of the labyrinth of coral reefs in 1770. Another highlight of Lizard Island is that you can stay in some of the most exclusive luxury resorts in Australia.

3Wineglass Bay

Wineglass Bay in Tasmania is a permanent fixture in the list of the world’s best beaches. The spectacular crescent-shaped bay offers a winning combination of white, soft powdery sand and sapphire blue sea, punctuated by pink granite peaks and rolling green hills. You can see dolphins and whales in the bay between May and September. If you’re looking for something more, the area around Freycinet National Park is ideal for fishing, sailing and hiking.

4Noosa Beach

The beach in Noosa is perfect if you want to try surfing but do not feel completely ready for the big waves. Here you will find small, kind waves (and kind lifeguards)! It is an excellent place for beginners to take a surfing lesson or two. Located two hours north of Brisbane on the Sunshine Coast, Noosa Beach is a popular spot for family vacations. A visit to Hastings Street comes highly recommended. The chic shopping mile directly on the beach promenade is lined with cafes, restaurants, bars, boutiques and galleries.

5Mandalay Beach

Perched near Australia’s southwesternmost point, Mandalay Beach may well appear to be at the edge of the world. It is definitely worth the drive, as you will be rewarded with sweeping views of the long, white sandy beach and the spectacular coastline of D’Entrecasteaux National Park. You can also catch a glimpse of Chatham Island from the beach. The beach is named after the Norwegian three-master Mandalay, which was shipwrecked off the beach in 1911. If you’re lucky, you’ll catch a glimpse of the wreck, which still rises out of the rough waters of the Southern Ocean at low tide.

6Turquoise Bay

Turquoise Bay near Exmouth on the Coral Coast is a pristine stretch of sand and among the country’s finest beaches. Here, you could go diving or snorkeling in the stunning Ningaloo Reef, a less frequented coral reef, and unearth the wealth of marine life in the crystal clear waters of the South Pacific Ocean. You can spot turtles, reef sharks, whale sharks, humpback whales and more than 500 species of fish as you dive in. You could also explore the Cape Range National Park that lures you with its rugged terrain, deep gorges and wild kangaroos.

7Elephant Cove

This beautiful bay along the South Coast Highway is named after the huge granite stones called Elephant Rocks, located right on the shore. The rocks are believed to resemble a herd of elephants from afar. The cove sits in the William Bay National Park, adjacent to the Greens Pool beach, and its sparkling blue green waters are a sight to behold. Go for a swim in the beach, or try canoeing, snorkeling, kayaking and more. Nearby Denmark in south western Australia is the perfect base to experience this region. Visit the many wineries, bakeries, breweries and restaurants in this quaint coastal town.

8Hyams Beach

Hyams Beach is located about 110 miles south of Sydney on the southern shores of Jervis Bay Marine Park in New South Wales. This picture-perfect beach is fringed by another marine reserve – Booderee National Park. The calm waters of the beach are perfect for swimming, snorkeling and fishing. You could also follow scenic hiking trails such as the Hyams Beach Trail and White Sands Walk. If you’re lucky, you’ll catch sight of fur seals, humpback whales, dolphins and southern right whales during the migratory season between May and November.

9Cable Beach

Named after the telegraph cable line laid between Broome and Java in 1889, this beach near Broome in Western Australia is 14 miles long. The turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean are offset by ocher-colored cliffs, and the sunsets here are glorious. As the fiery sun dissolves into the twilight sky, sink your feet into the powdery white sand and take in the limitless ocean lapping the pristine shores. Between September and May, it’s possible to see migrating whales and dolphins. The Gantheaume Point lighthouse is a great vantage point to spot these creatures. You could also hike along Minyirr Park, a coastal reserve, in the southern part of the beach.

1075 Mile Beach, Fraser Island

This 75-mile-long beach runs along the entire length of Fraser Island in Queensland. The UNESCO-listed island is home to rainforests and more than 100 freshwater lakes that fill up during the rainy season. The beach is an all-year-round fishing destination with scores of fishing enthusiasts visiting the shores between August and October. There’s lots to do while you’re here: see the volcanic rocks of Indian Head, the Maheno shipwreck, or go for a swim at Champagne Pools (ocean swimming is not recommended due to powerful currents and sharks).

Few trips are as relaxing as a beach vacation. Thankfully, there’s no shortage of stellar beaches in Australia. You could go on a road trip across Northern Australia with stops at Lizard Island and the Great Barrier Reef, or travel to some of the most charming seaside settlements along the country’s southwest coast. Talk to our experts about a personalized trip to Australia, packed with beaches, culture, cuisine, buzzing cities, national parks and more. We’re sure you’ll fall in love with this fascinating country!

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Travel for Good: Creating Change Through Education https://thedailylaunch.com/2022/06/28/travel-for-good-creating-change-through-education/ Tue, 28 Jun 2022 06:10:09 +0000 https://thedailylaunch.com/2022/06/28/travel-for-good-creating-change-through-education/ Through our partnership with Logos Scholarship Fund, a Kenya-based social justice initiative, we continue to support the education of children from disadvantaged backgrounds 4 min Author: Harini Sriram Mike aspires to become a civil engineer. A high school student in Nairobi, he lives with his four siblings and his mother, a casual laborer, who struggles …

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Through our partnership with Logos Scholarship Fund, a Kenya-based social justice initiative, we continue to support the education of children from disadvantaged backgrounds

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Author: Harini Sriram

Mike aspires to become a civil engineer. A high school student in Nairobi, he lives with his four siblings and his mother, a casual laborer, who struggles to make ends meet. Thanks to Logos Scholarship Fund, Mike can get closer to pursuing his dream, while his mother can rest assured that at least one of her kids will have uninterrupted education.

Many young children like Mike, who come from disadvantaged backgrounds, have been able to continue their secondary education with financial support from Logos Scholarship Fund in Kenya. At Enchanting Travels, we believe that every child deserves a bright future. We’ve partnered with Logos to sponsor the education of scholars every year, and also provide internship opportunities to high school graduates and college students.

Supporting Education in Kenya

We have been associated with Logos Scholarship Fund for more than six years now.  Since December 2021, we have raised close to USD 12,000, and this will meet the education needs of about 16 students for one year. If you’d like to help, our referral program, Friends For Friends, is one way of contributing to the cause. Every time a friend or family member books a trip with us based on your recommendation, we make a donation of $50 to Logos Scholarship Fund. The contribution will go towards school fees, materials and uniforms for the scholars. 

You can also speak to our travel experts about other ways in which you can support this initiative.

About Logos Scholarship Fund

A social justice initiative of the Nairobi Chapel, Logos Scholarship Fund was established in 2007 to help students who were displaced as a result of widespread violence in the country after the 2007-08 elections. Many families had to live in camps around the city, and couldn’t afford to send their children to school. The scholarship fund ensured that the children are not deprived of a quality education.

Since its inception, Logos Scholarship Fund has sponsored more than 500 students in high schools, colleges and universities across Kenya. The fund covers a duration of ten years in the life of a student, all the way through high school and college. It goes beyond formal education to actively nurture the dreams of children and provide mentorship opportunities so they can turn their aspirations into reality and thrive in their chosen environment.

Giving Wings To Dreams

It fills us with hope and joy to play a small part in these children’s journeys as they set out to fulfill their aspirations. Some of our scholarship recipients include Stephen, a Form 4 student and an avid football player, who dreams of becoming a doctor. Despite a history of domestic violence, he is determined to create a better future for himself and his family. Naomi, a drama and music enthusiast, aspires to become an engineer and help her family tide through their financial troubles. Millicent, a hardworking Form 4 student, wants to be a pilot, while Winfred’s goal is to be a successful surgeon. In the past six months we have also provided school fees for these outstanding students:

Alex Karuga is a 16-year-old Form 1 student. His father is a bus driver who is currently unemployed and his mother works casual jobs to provide for the family. A hardworking and disciplined young boy, he enjoys playing football. Alex aspires to be a pilot once he completes his education.

Brenda Auma is the eldest of her three siblings, and she lives in Kiberia with her family. Her father is unwell and her mother runs a small scale business to meet household expenses. Brenda is the devotion leader secretary of her class and she loves playing hockey in the midfield position. Her goal is to become a lawyer so she can support her parents and ensure a better life for her siblings.

Ivan Lugovane loves debating, football and handball and is part of his school’s teams. He is an independent thinker, open minded and has maintained good grades throughout his first year in high school. Ivan aspires to be a surgeon when he grows up, and support his mother Emmy who works as a street vendor.

Mitchelle Njeri Wanjiru enjoys watching movies and playing volleyball. Her mother, a casual laborer, is unable to work due to an accident. Mitchelle dreams of becoming a successful pilot. Her mother is confident that Mitchelle is destined for greatness, and they’re both elated about her Logos scholarship that will help nurture her dreams.

These are just some of the many children who stand to benefit from our continued support. Do you want to know more about the initiative and contribute towards the fund?

Reach out to us if you’d like to make a donation or sponsor a child’s education through Logos Scholarship Fund. 

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How To Travel With Kids: Expert Tips https://thedailylaunch.com/2022/06/06/how-to-travel-with-kids-expert-tips/ Mon, 06 Jun 2022 09:21:01 +0000 https://thedailylaunch.com/2022/06/06/how-to-travel-with-kids-expert-tips/ I was living the nightmare – the one where you’re running down the terminal, desperate to make your flight. Your toddler is screaming, your bags weigh a thousand pounds and you can hear them call your name for the last time before they shut the gangway doors.  We had left the house late, and our …

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I was living the nightmare – the one where you’re running down the terminal, desperate to make your flight. Your toddler is screaming, your bags weigh a thousand pounds and you can hear them call your name for the last time before they shut the gangway doors. 

We had left the house late, and our daughter threw up all over her only pants for the trip on the drive to the airport, and security had taken a torturous hour and a half. If we missed this trip to Costa Rica after two years of being homebound during the pandemic I was going join in the temper tantrums. 

We made it (barely) and as I collapsed into my seat near tears, it hit me that I now had to make a two-year old sit still for six hours.

I wondered why we were even doing this. 

There were plenty of moments on that trip that helped answer that question for me: spending hours shell hunting in warm waves, seeing a baby sloth climb over our dinner table, hiking with a giant blue morpho butterfly perched on my shoulder. But the one that hit hardest was when we returned home.

My daughter looked out the window on the drive home from the airport and said, “Our roads have so many more lanes of traffic than the ones in Costa Rica. I liked that they didn’t cut down all the forest to make more room for a road, even if it meant it took longer to get to the beach.”

That is my “why” for traveling the world with children. Exposing them to different cultures is one of the most significant ways in which we can help them learn about the incredible diversity on this planet. This, in turn, shapes their personal values and perspective. It just takes infinite wells of patience and a significant amount of wet wipes.

Thankfully, our travel experts are here to help. Many of the parents at Enchanting Travels are dedicated to exploring the world with their children. These road warriors have been there (and lived to tell the tale) and are sharing their tips for making travel with kids as stress-free as possible. See their expert advice for planning, traveling and most of all, enjoying your family trip!

1Select the right destination

You can plan a trip to almost any destination in a “family friendly” manner, from beach getaways to multi-week safaris in Africa. For families with small children, our experts recommend destinations and itineraries that allow you to stay in one place for a couple days at a time, rather than packing up to a different hotel room every morning. We receive a lot of inquiries about family beach vacations, and we like to recommend beaches with a sense of place rather than generic resorts.

Portugal and Spain: Iberian Highlights

Discover the best of Portugal and Spain on this 14-day tour across the two countries. Start your vacation in Porto, a laidback coastal city in Portugal, before stopping to soak up the beauty of Lisbon, the capital.

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Lavish Luxury Northern Tanzania

Discover the beauty of Northern Tanzania on this 10-day luxury tour. From the crowning glory of Tanzania, the snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro, to the diversity of wildlife in Northern Serengeti, the tour offers plenty of opportunities to quench your taste for adventure.

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Seychelles: Mahe and Private Island Relaxation

Wake up to the sound of waves crashing against the shore and birds chirping in the lush forests beyond, on this 11-day tour of Seychelles. Explore the charming capital of Victoria set in Mahe, the largest island here.

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It helps to not cram your trip with too many stops when you are traveling with kids. “Less is more. I try for fewer stops, direct flights, train journeys, and destinations that offer a mix of experiencing and relaxing.” – Julia

Sometimes, the journey is the destination, and it’s a good idea to mix up days of activities with some relaxing breaks thrown in. “Our kids don’t mind traveling for days. However, every third or fourth day needs to be relaxing or filled with fun stuff for kids. The destination is secondary in planning. We’re more interested in the experience.” – Jonas

Hang in there, though. It certainly gets better and a lot easier, as kids grow up. “We chose the destination and then planned activities around the children’s interests to suit their schedule when they were younger. The more they traveled, the easier it became for them to adjust to any place, food and activity. Now they are of an age where they can give their input and we ask them for suggestions for our next travel destination!” – Vineeta

Bonus Tip: Make the journey work in your favor. Night trains are an adventure and you can cover large distances while you are sleeping.

2Plan engaging activities

Our experts agree: don’t overschedule a family vacation. Leave plenty of time for relaxing, napping and undefined exploring. A single morning activity in a day is usually the right amount of planned excursions. Also don’t feel obligated to make everything “fun for the whole family”. You can take turns doing more adult tours separately, or taking older kids on a more adventurous outing individually.

As with most things in life, simplicity is the key to a fulfilling trip. “Keep it simple, and be open to going with the flow. We did simple activities like going to a beach, walking in a forest and collecting seeds and flowers, that brought all of us much joy.” – Vidya

Doing the same activity can get monotonous for kids, so finding the right balance is important.“It is a mix of active time and down time unless we are on safari. Then the children are happy to do ten-hour days. In other destinations, a balance between guided activities, mostly outdoors, and self exploration and down time is what works for us.” –Vineeta

It’s always a good idea to keep the day open and only pick activities that align with your interests. “We usually do a half day activity after breakfast, which we plan in advance, and the rest of the day is for relaxing at the pool or beach. In cities, we often start with a hop on/hop off bus tour on the first day, as it gives you a good overview of what you want to spend more time doing.” – Julia

Bonus Tip: Be prepared. Check options for rainy days like museum visits, cinema visits or indoor pools.

3Pick hotels prudently

Choose your home away from home wisely! You’ll likely spend more time in the hotel with children than you would when traveling on your own. In general, we recommend private villas for larger family groups and hotels with interconnecting rooms for families with older children. Properties with great pools are always a hit with smaller kids.

Apart from these, you could also look for rooms with a kitchenette, so you can rustle up a quick meal for your toddler. “I look for hotels that have good room service and flexible meal options. Rooms that have a small kitchenette are super useful so you don’t have to sit in a restaurant for every meal and snack.” – Vidya

Make sure to check the hotel’s child policy when you’re booking. It is possible there could be discounted rooms available for kids. “Child policies vary a lot and can make a big price difference, especially at some eco-lodges. Some hotels offer the second room at discounted rates if it’s booked for kids. I look for city hotels that offer family packages where dinner, local public transport and other services are included.” – Julia

Private villas are great options for families with kids as it gives you the luxury of space as well as privacy. “I have been looking for private villa options. That way there’s more community space, and we can still hang out after the kids go to bed. This is especially important around the equator, as the sun goes down at 6 pm!” – Jonas

Chena Huts by Uga Escapes

Style: LodgeChena Huts, located a few minutes from the Yala Park gate, offers you a luxurious stay.

Mayura Hill Resort

Style: ResortMayura Hill Hotel & Resort in Sen Monorom is located near to Phnom Prich Wildlife Sanctuary.

4Transit time tips

Long travel times may be the most intimidating part of traveling the world with children. If you take no other advice, heed this: pack snacks.

Unfortunately, airlines aren’t as reliable as they used to be for providing full food and beverage services, so come prepared with plenty of your children’s favorites. We also recommend booking direct flights whenever possible. The additional cost is typically worth it to reduce the hassle of dragging sleepy kids on and off planes. We also have it on good authority that screen time doesn’t count when it’s over international waters! 

Bonus tips:

If you’re flying with a baby, always have a bottle or pacifier on hand for takeoffs and landings to help their ears pop. Gum works well for older kids. Pack an extra outfit for a baby and an extra shirt for yourself in your carry-on in case of an in-flight incident. Bring your own child-sized headphones. The earbuds provided on most flights don’t stay in very well for wiggly kids.

5Make lasting memories

Family travel is all about making memories together. You may wonder if younger children will remember a trip, and you can help ensure that they do by encouraging them to observe and recall. Here are a few great ways to capture the moments once you’re home: 

Documenting your vacation together is not just a great bonding exercise but it’ll also help you relive your beautiful family trip over and over again. “I typically write about a memorable trip after we get back and encourage the kids to do that as well. We do take lots of pictures and find ourselves going back to them every once in a while. It is a great family bonding experience.” –Vineeta

You don’t need to shop for mass-produced souvenirs while traveling, but the little things – such as collecting rocks from a beach – can bring much joy. “We have a collection of shells, sand and stones from different countries and I often buy kitchen utensils as a souvenir. Needless to say that I also take some pictures. I have the luxury of my mom making photo albums with all images we share and I provide her with entry tickets, flight and train tickets and other things we keep from a trip.” – Julia

There’s nothing quite like the power of a good story. Reminiscing about your family vacations with the kids could also give you insights into what they liked, and what did not work for them. You can then factor these in when planning your next trip. “I tell them stories about our trip and encourage them to tell me about what happened from their point of view. By putting the series of events together themselves, they remember it much more clearly. And they learn to tell a good travel tale!” – Jonas

Travel opens up children to a whole new world of possibilities. It can be equal parts daunting and exhilarating, but it’s mostly fun. Our experts can answer any questions you have about traveling with kids or curating family-friendly itineraries. So reach out to us and get one step closer to going on an exciting family adventure! If you need more inspiration, take a look at one of our testimonials from working parents of three children, who had the family vacation of their dreams, thanks to a thoughtful travel consultant.

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Urban Hotspots of Asia

Asia’s hit-list destinations are yours to uncover! A melting pot of culture and heritage awaits you in Kuala Lumpur, while Hong Kong offers a fascinating fusion of the East and the West.

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Maldives for Families: Paradise Island Getaways

This Maldives family vacation offers relaxation and adventure for the young and old. Look forward to lazy days spent on pristine white sand beaches and at spacious villas in a family-friendly island resort.

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South Africa Safari and Mauritius Beach

Combine a family-friendly safari in southern Africa with a wonderfully relaxing Mauritius beach vacation! Begin your safari adventure in the remote and Madikwe region which sit well off the tourist trail and affords fantastic game viewing opportunities.

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A Quick Guide to Sustainable Shopping Abroad https://thedailylaunch.com/2022/05/25/a-quick-guide-to-sustainable-shopping-abroad/ Wed, 25 May 2022 08:12:59 +0000 https://thedailylaunch.com/2022/05/25/a-quick-guide-to-sustainable-shopping-abroad/ Handmade souvenirs, traditional handicrafts, fair trade products—shop responsibly and give back to the local communities you visit 4 min Author: Suvasini Sridharan When we travel we take in wondrous sights, have unique experiences, and make great memories. But many of us now also like to think about what we can give back to the places …

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Handmade souvenirs, traditional handicrafts, fair trade products—shop responsibly and give back to the local communities you visit

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Author: Suvasini Sridharan

When we travel we take in wondrous sights, have unique experiences, and make great memories. But many of us now also like to think about what we can give back to the places we visit and the people we meet. In a recent survey by American Express, over two-thirds of the travelers surveyed said that they want the money they spend to go back to local communities. More than half the travelers also said they preferred eating and shopping at small businesses. One major way to give back is through sustainable shopping, by buying products that are eco-friendly and made by local artisans. It’s also a good way to interact with people living in the places we visit.

At Enchanting Travels, responsible travel is about creating sustainable experiences, and that also encompasses sustainable shopping and giving back. Here are some tips to help you shop responsibly and sustainably on your next vacation.

1Seek out handmade

The beauty of handmade products cannot be matched by mass-produced ones. When you buy something handcrafted you are usually choosing an eco-friendly option. You are also promoting rich art and craft traditions passed down the generations. Kazuri in Kenya is known for its handcrafted brightly colored ceramic beads threaded together to make eye-catching jewelry.

Shanga in Tanzania produces jewelry, homeware and glassware using recycled materials. The social enterprise employs and equips people with disabilities to create stunning products. Similarly, Jacaranda Workshop in Nairobi, Kenya, is a non-profit organization that supports differently abled artisans in the art of jewelry making. We source some of our gifts for our guests from here, and they’re always much appreciated! When you shop from organizations like these, you not only get a one-of-a-kind gift but also positively impact local communities.

2Encourage small businesses and artisans

Seek out artisans and buy directly from them wherever possible. When traveling in India, for instance, you could include a visit to a weavers or potters village in your itinerary. Alternatively, places like Dilli Haat in Delhi are perfect one-stop shopping destinations. Here, artisans from across the country come together to offer a range of regional products and foods. Their painstakingly produced art and crafts make for lovely gifts and souvenirs to take home.

In India, there are hotels in Rajasthan and Agra, among others, that encourage local craftspeople to come and sell directly to guests. When you buy from the artisans, you give back to the local community and also get to interact with someone who is passionate about what they do.

3Labels that support causes

On your travels, you may meet people and come to learn about local causes. Keep an eye out for NGOs, self-help groups, and social enterprises that sell products and work towards empowering communities, and buy directly from them. This lets money go back to the people and communities that created the product (many of which work toward protecting the environment). For example, Ocean Sole in Kenya creates vibrant, striking art pieces using discarded flip flops that wash up on beaches. When you buy one of their artworks, you support marine conservancy.

4Fair trade first

An easy way to shop in a sustainable and eco-friendly way is to look for products that are World Fair Trade Organization certified. Getting this certification is a rigorous process, but it means that the chocolate or cloth that bears the tag has been traded ethically and produced in a factory or farm where workers are treated well. When you buy this product, you are improving livelihoods, standing up for better working conditions and protecting our planet.

Colombia is known for its brilliant coffee, grown high up in the Andes. The National Federation of Coffee Growers helps small farmers improve working conditions and implement sustainable measures. The federation also helps them receive the fair trade certification which empowers them and allows them to earn fair wages. When you are traveling in Colombia, do buy directly from farmers or look out for coffee that has the fair trade certification. Go on a tour of Colombia’s coffee region and discover verdant estates and vibrant cities with us. We’ll be happy to help you with pointers on where you can buy the best fair trade coffee!

5Questions to ask

Shopping for a sustainable product is hard when there is no label or certificate to vouch for it. But ask a few questions and decide if it makes sense to buy. Is the product eco-friendly? Who makes them? Where and how is it made? How long does it take to make? Is it certified by a third party agency? Is it organic? Does it support a social cause? Most importantly, who benefits from the purchase?

Speak to the artisan or store owner directly wherever you are shopping. Ask for details about the craft, its history, and if possible see how it’s made. The answers to these questions can help you make a decision.

And don’t hesitate to ask our experts for recommendations on sustainable shopping when you plan your responsible vacation with us.

Kenya: Cultural Encounters and Wildlife Safari

Discover classic Kenya with this short safari and culture tour. Go camel trekking, hiking and on bushwalks in the stunning Laikipia Plateau and enjoy authentic encounters local Samburu and Laikipia Maasai tribes.

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Northern Tanzania Safari and Zanzibar

Take a trip to the wild heart of Tanzania on this safari tour. Explore three major Tanzanian national parks – Tarangire with its Baobab trees and tree-climbing lions, Manyara & Ngorongoro, famous for awe-inspiring safari experiences, and the Serengeti, the best-known safari destination in the world.

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Golden Triangle with Ranthambore

This offer is not valid for travel between 20th Dec 2022 and 10th Jan 2023. Discover the famed Golden Triangle comprising Delhi, Agra and Jaipur on this 11-day tour of North India.

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Walk On the Wild Side: Tours Of Discovery On Foot https://thedailylaunch.com/2022/05/16/walk-on-the-wild-side-tours-of-discovery-on-foot/ Mon, 16 May 2022 07:42:28 +0000 https://thedailylaunch.com/2022/05/16/walk-on-the-wild-side-tours-of-discovery-on-foot/ Slow down and truly immerse yourself in your surroundings. An expert-led walking tour is a brilliant way to experience the great outdoors and appreciate the world’s natural beauty. 4 min Author: Jemima Forbes “The world reveals itself to those who travel on foot.” -Werner Herzog You don’t need to be a mountaineer to enjoy a …

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Slow down and truly immerse yourself in your surroundings. An expert-led walking tour is a brilliant way to experience the great outdoors and appreciate the world’s natural beauty.

4 min

Author: Jemima Forbes

“The world reveals itself to those who travel

on foot.”

-Werner Herzog

You don’t need to be a mountaineer to enjoy a walking tour. Try a walking vacation and explore an area on your own two feet. We can plan a walking trail to suit your fitness level and needs. All you do is put on a pair of comfortable walking shoes and set off with our experienced guides. For the walking vacation you’ll never forget, here are a few options from around the globe (and of course we’ve got more to offer)

1Trek from the Ngorongoro Highlands to Lake Natron, Tanzania

Tanzania has long been a hiker’s paradise. But beyond the lofty peak of Kilimanjaro, there are numerous walking safaris and shorter treks that take you off the beaten track and into the bush. However, few rival the epic route across the spectacular Ngorongoro Highlands to Lake Natron. This immense area is one of the best safari destinations in northern Tanzania. Book a walking tour led by Maasai guides and soak up incredible vistas of peaks like Meru and Olmoti and traverse the Empakaai Crater. You’ll visit traditional Tanzanian villages and spot wild animals, from lions and bushbucks to endangered black rhinos and blue monkeys. 

The multi-day trek typically finishes up at mineral-rich Lake Natron, in the shadow of the volcanic Oldonyo Lengai, or Mountain of God. The lake’s unique alkaline content makes it a haven for crustaceans, attracting huge flocks of bright-pink flamingos.

2Explore walking trails around El Chaltén in Argentinian Patagonia 

South America’s Patagonia region is a bucket-list destination, and one of the best ways to experience its incredible scenery is on foot. Set off on our guided Patagonia Hiking Tour to marvel at towering massifs, glittering glaciers, and miles of lush rainforests. The 11-day tour begins in Buenos Aires and takes you to the quaint town of El Chaltén, the base for several days of hiking, kayaking, and exhilarating outdoor activities. It sits beneath snow-capped Mt. Fitz Roy and is Argentina’s main hiking hub. Dozens of day hikes are possible from the town.

3Discover the Kenyan countryside on foot and camelback

Combine a walking tour with an ancient mode of transport with a camel-assisted trek in remote northern Kenya. Our travel experts book a stay at Tumaren Camp in the Laikipia region, an oasis in the heart of the bush. Tackle one of many hiking trails during the day before returning to a luxurious tented campsite at dusk. Trekking across the Kenyan savannah gives you a chance to see some of the area’s most elusive wildlife. Explore the local area on a camel’s back or walk through the Acacia woodlands and grassy plains. This awe-inspiring walking and camel safari experience allows you to get up close to Mother Nature.  

4Hike the Abel Tasman Coast Track, New Zealand

New Zealand’s virgin wildernesses and breathtaking coastline make it a fantastic location for a walking vacation. The protected trail of the Abel Tasman National Park Coast Track on the South Island is one of its most scenic routes. Winding along the coast for over 30 miles, the track can be completed in three to five days. Or access the trail at one of several different points and walk just a portion of it. Golden beaches and dense forests brimming with birds and wildlife are some of the journey’s highlights. Keep an eye out for dolphins jumping in the waters or seals basking on the rocky shoreline. Incorporate Abel Tasman into a wider itinerary, such as our extensive New Zealand South Island Tour. It allows you to admire the region’s dramatic mountainscapes on a guided trek and the crystal-clear waters of the Tonga Island Marine Reserve during a scenic boat trip.

5Trek the Annapurnas, Nepal

Trekking the Nepal Himalayas is more within your reach than you ever imagined. A popular walking destination is the Pokhara Valley, where countless short and long treks begin just outside the city of Pokhara: the gateway to the Annapurna Mountain range. The ‘Royal Trek’ route, once completed by Prince Charles, is an excellent option for less experienced hikers who want to stretch their legs and appreciate panoramic vistas. Numerous Himalayan ranges and towering peaks like the Annapurnas, Dhaulagiri and Manaslu are part of the scenic landscape. Alternatively, you can experience both natural beauty and the distinct culture of the Pokhara Valley on our Undiscovered Nepal tour, taking guided hikes to tinkling waterfalls and spectacular river gorges on sections of the Annapurna Circuit.

6Experience the Nakasendo Way, Japan

While its vibrant culture and enticing cuisine are Japan’s big draws, it is also a fine location for a walking tour. Perhaps the most rewarding option is hiking part of the Nakasendo Way on the island of Honshu, which allows you to experience a side of Japan you’ll never see in its bustling cities. The original Nakasendo highway is a 500+ km historic trail that links Kyoto with Tokyo. The ancient paths meander past dozens of heritage towns, including picturesque Kiso Fukushima and the rocky valleys of Japan’s Central Alps. Guided walking tours along sections of the Nakasendo Trail can be tailored to your wishes. This majestic stretch of countryside includes unique rural hospitality at homestays or traditional ryokans.

Embark on a walking vacation that suits your abilities. Our experts are standing by to help plan an itinerary that takes you to one of the world’s most enchanting destinations on foot.  

Argentina and Chile: Hiking in Patagonia

Step up for this unique Argentina and Chile tour as Patagonia is a hiker’s dream! Experience the spectacular jagged peaks, cleaving glaciers and turquoise lakes that give this region its fame.

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Japan’s Hidden Treasures

Discover classics as well as hidden gems on this comprehensive Japan cultural tour. Start your journey in Tokyo, soaking in all the sights and sounds of this futuristic metropolis on private guided tours – from the traditional neighborhood of Asakusa to the foodie central Ramen Street!

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Classic Nepal for Beginners

From its lofty mountains to its warm people, Nepal is yours to discover! Home to enchanting UNESCO World Heritage sites, give in to Kathmandu’s mesmeric charm before you tackle lofty heights at Pokhara.

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