Life enhancers searching for new experiences in Incredible India

By Debbie Kindness | May 25, 2012

A lovely lady by the name of Alison Gardner, who just happens to run an online travel magazine called Travel with a Challenge was a passenger on our Womens-only tour last October in India.Here’s an excerpt from an article she recently had published about her experiences on the tour.Many thanks Alison. ‘Each day was a

Amalfi Coast – Incredible Italy

By Debbie Kindness | May 2, 2012

14th – 18th July 2012 – Amalfi CoastDeclared a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its undisputed beauty and the uniqueness of its natural landscape. The Amalfi Coast is one of the playgrounds of Europe’s holiday makers and has a class and charm that you will fall in love with. A 50km stretch of breathtaking coastline, the Amalfi coast encompasses the

Rome – Incredible Italy

By Debbie Kindness | April 27, 2012

11th, 12th & 13th July 2012 – ROMEFor centuries, travellers have been captivated by the charms of the Eternal City. It’s hard to remain indifferent to this striking city, which is characterised by the history of its ancient ruins, yet is also full of life and firmly nestled in the 21st century. Rome is a city of contracts: dusty

Lucca – Incredible Italy

By Debbie Kindness | April 12, 2012

3rd to 6th July 2012 – Lucca, TuscanyLucca was one of the three power cities of Tuscany, along with Florence and Pisa. Famous for its intact Renaissance-era city walls, Lucca was once a Roman colony. With a street layout being evidence of a Roman street plan, and the remains of the amphitheatre forming the Piazza dell’Anfiteatro, Lucca’s

Cinque Terre – Incredible Italy

By Debbie Kindness | April 5, 2012

Days 7 & 8 – Cinque Terre – MonterossoThe Cinque Terre, or 5 lands, is a stunning series of villages hugging the rugged cliffs overlooking the ocean on the Italian Riveria, the west coast in Luguria. The ‘Five Lands’ is composed of Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. The coastline, the five villages and the surrounding hillsides are all

Milan – Incredible Italy

By Debbie Kindness | March 30, 2012

Day 6 of Incredible Italy we head to Milan for the night.Milan is famous as the Italian fashion capital. Yes, you can go to Giorgio Armani’s flagship fashion store. Perhaps you want to visit Prada, Versace, Roberto Cavalli Dolce & Gabbana, Moschino and of course Gucci. They’re all situated in Milano’s Golden Quad – a quadrangle of

Stresa – Incredible Italy

By Debbie Kindness | March 25, 2012

Our first port of call after Venice is Stresa, situated on Lago Maggiore in the Italian Lakes. At the top end of Lago Maggiore, which is 54km long, is Switzerland and in fact you can take a ferry all the way up the lake and visit Locarno for the day.My favourite thing to see in Stresa is the Borromean

Venice – Incredible Italy

By Debbie Kindness | March 16, 2012

I decided to start our tour of Incredible Italy in Venice.  Venice is without a doubt one of the iconic cities of the world. Not everyone’s cup of tea, Venice is my 2nd favourite place in the world (I’m not original I know, but Paris is absolutely No. 1).The first time I went to Venice I stayed

Nepal Mind-Body-Soul Retreat Facilitators

By Debbie Kindness | March 14, 2012

Amit NamdevAmit Namdev is the director of Amit Reiki & Meditation Centre.Amit has been involved with holistic and natural healing for several years, and is a qualified teacher and practitioner of the healing arts.As a Traditional Reiki Master and Independent Teacher of the Usui System of Reiki, Amit provides certified healing and knowledge to his clients and

Why Incredible Italy

By Debbie Kindness | March 14, 2012

For a few years now, I’ve been asked by clients which other countries I’m going to start taking Incredible Tours to.Nepal was an obvious first choice, being a neighbour of India, and a country I’ve travelled and spent much time in.Post our very successful foray into Nepal, my next choice was Italy.Why Italy? After

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