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Hotel Review: Pullman Maamutaa Resort Maldives

The Pullman Maldives is the first all-inclusive property in the brand. Set amidst 18 hectares of lush tropical flora and fauna on the Gaafu Alifu Atoll, the art and design experience here is fantastic, with buildings splashed with colours which pop against the ocean backdrop. The main island part of

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Hotel Review: Raffles Maldives Meradhoo

Gaafu Alifu is one of the world’s most remote and pristine atolls, found at the southernmost reach of The Maldives. Its far-flung Indian Ocean position and exquisite natural beauty make it the ultimate escape and it is here you will find the luxurious Raffles Maldives Meradhoo. A stay here is an experience of profound

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2020 Travel Gift Guide

From the latest tech gadgets to packing solutions, Captured Travel has hunted around to bring you the best gifts for all different budgets for the traveller in your family or friends circle. Here is our pick for the 2020 Travel Gift Guide. Jabra Elite 85h The Jabra Elite 85h wireless headphones are the

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Hotel Review: Karongi Lake View Retreat

Along the shores of Lake Kivu in Rwanda there are number of fantastic hotel and lodge offerings. However, sometimes you want to choose an option that feels more like home. This is exactly what Karongi Lake View Retreat offers. A private residence set on the hills of Kibuye, this retreat is a

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Hotel Review: Magashi Camp

Magashi Camp is a part of Wilderness Safaris, a company with over 40 camps in seven countries that exist to protect wilderness areas and the fauna and flora they support. You get a sense of this responsibility the moment you enter the camp.  Magashi is nestled in the north-eastern corner of Akagera National Park in

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Hotel Review: Kigali Serena Hotel

On a boulevard in the heart of Kigali, Rwanda, in a secure location just a five-minute walk from the CBD, lies Kigali Serena Hotel. The 5-star property boast features you have come to expect from the Serena Hotels Group mixed with a rich blend of Rwandan heritage, art and culture. The 148 sophisticated rooms and

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Hotel Review: Simbavati River Lodge

Located in South Africa’s Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, Simbavati River Lodge is a family-friendly camp that is built on the banks of the Nhlaralumi River. This backdrop is a beautiful watercourse in the summer months when rain is plentiful, and a dry riverbed in the drier winter months. The lodge is built around old Jackalberry

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Hotel Review: Sabi Sabi Selati Camp

Sabi Sabi’s Selati Camp is a lodge where turn of the century elegance meshes with personalised safari luxury. The camp is located in Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, situated in the world-renowned 60,000-hectare Sabi Sand Wildtuin (Sabi Sand Reserve) in the South-Western section of the Kruger National Park. To access the area, you take a

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Hotel Review: Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort

The beach resort area of Nusa Dua has an incredible collection of luxury hotels facing a pristine beachfront. These white sand beaches make Nusa Dua an idyllic place for a getaway in Bali. Although Nusa Dua is Bali’s most developed resort area, you can still find cultural attractions here. These range from temples, a museum housing

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Manarai Bali’s hottest beach club

The beach resort area of Nusa Dua has an incredible collection of luxury hotels facing a pristine beachfront. These white sand beaches make Nusa Dua an idyllic place for a beach club and Manarai Beach House takes the top spot as Bali’s favourite. Nusa Dua means two islands (nusa 'island', dua 'two'), because there are two

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