This might come as a surprise, but summer 2022 has been our busiest ever. Covid-fuelled fear has been replaced with an insatiable demand for luxury travel and we’re not the only ones who’ve noticed.

Some of the world’s leading hotels have added mega suites to their repertoires at staggering price points. Why? Because demand has outweighed supply and they aren’t remotely worried about scoring high level bookings.

Seriously impressive new products have been launched in Iceland, Finnish Lapland, the Galapagos Islands, Costa Rica, northern Australia and Japan. The variety and scope of travel experiences at the highest level is unprecedented and there is something unique for every season.

One month you could be staying at the finest, fully-staffed chalet in Courchevel with pool, spa and an army of staff. The next month, trekking through rainforests in search of lemurs at a private island resort in northern Madagascar.

You could spend June at a beautiful private estate in southern Italy, and heli-surfing in Alaska in July. Trek through one of Africa’s oldest forests in search of chimpanzees, before embarking on the heli-skiing expedition of a lifetime in remotest Antarctica. Or luxuriate at a top private villa on St Barths, before night skiing in British Colombia or marvelling at the Northern Lights in Norway or Iceland.

The message this year is clear:

Travel is back with a vengeance.

The second message is even clearer:

Key dates are selling out FAST, so now is the time to start planning ahead. Especially if you’re looking to travel over Thanksgiving and Christmas/New Year break.

We’d love to fill you in on all the latest happenings across the globe and how best to fit these into your travel schedule.