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World Oceans Day – 8 June

World Oceans Day – 8 June The concept of a ‘World Oceans Day’ was first proposed at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. The oceans have a major role in everyday life. They are the lungs of our planet, providing most of the oxygen we breathe. They are a major source of […]

Unique Hotels of Belize

The Lodge at Chaa Creek, Victoria House and Naïa Resort and Spa, three of Belize’s most highly regarded properties, have come together to form Unique Hotels of Belize (UHB),  a remarkable collection of Belize’s finest resorts. The Lodge at Chaa Creek has long been one of our favourite hotels in the Cayo (San Ignacio) district […]

New discoveries in Peru near Nazca Lines

In the news: Archaeologists using drones have discovered more than 25 geoglyphs in the coastal desert in southern Peru, near the Nazca Lines, south of Lima. The drawings depict a woman dancing and a killer whale and are believed to have been made by the Paracas culture more than 2,000 years ago. This would date […]

St Helena Day celebrations

The island of Saint Helena celebrates Saint Helena Day today with a public holiday and lots of events. This is the day in 1502 that Portuguese navigator Joao da Nova is traditionally thought to have discovered the island. As 21 May is the feast day of Saint Helena, the mother of Constantine the Great, he […]

Additional Flights to St Helena

New mid-week flight from South Africa to St Helena In addition to the regular Saturday flight, a new mid-week service will be operating from Johannesburg to St Helena between December and April. This will allow for stays of three, four or ten nights on the island instead of seven or fourteen at present. The new […]

Special Offers – May 2018

REVEALED TRAVEL OFFERS – MAY 2018 There are some fantastic special offers around at the moment with savings of up to 50% on some hotels, extra nights at no additional cost and wonderful savings for trips to the Galapagos Islands and on selected Antarctica itineraries for the 2019-20 season. Amongst the current offers, we would […]

Social Responsibility in Latin America and beyond

Our Commitment to Social Responsibility At Revealed Travel, we strongly believe in providing support and help for social projects in the regions where we work. In South-East Asia our ground agents locally have introduced us to a number of social projects such as an orphanage in Cambodia and a restaurant in Laos which provides training […]

Michael Binyon on St Helena in The Times

There’s a beautifully written article about St Helena in The Times today by highly-respected journalist Michael Binyon. Mr Binyon first travelled to St Helena nine years ago aboard the RMS St Helena  and he was on the inaugural flight when the much-delayed airport finally opened last year. Anyone with a passing interest in Napoleon will be […]

Bolivia Newsletter: Off the Beaten Track Adventure

Bolivia is a destination for the truly adventurous traveller keen to get off the beaten track and experience unexpected adventures in remote places. With spectacular Andean peaks, the islands of Lake Titicaca, the pre-Inca Tiahanaco ruins, unblemished rainforest, quirky markets, colonial towns, indigenous peoples, remote villages, traditional festivals, breath-taking landscapes and the extensive salt flats, […]

Ecuador Prize Draw – And the winner is…

Ecuador Holiday Prize Draw: The winner Over 7,000 people entered our recent prize draw to win a fantastic two-week adventure holiday in Ecuador, promoted and sponsored by Ecuador Revealed in conjunction with Iberia and Footprint Travel Guides. The winner, selected at random via a computer-generated system, is Nicholas Welch from Sutton in Surrey! Nicholas, who recently […]

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