Trending destinations May 2018

dnata Travel’s seasoned explorer, Rob Arrow, gives the inside track on where to go this month 


Mauritius is a must-stay destination for families, with a number of resorts renovated and reopened, including LUX* Grande Gaube (pictured) and One&Only Le Saint Géran. There are some fab offers to be had.


Ras Al Khaimah offers a lot these days, such as the world’s longest zip line, watersports and great dining. Plus, the redesigned The Ritz-Carlton Ras Al Khaimah, Al Hamra Beach is elevating the pool villa concept. 


Just a 5.5-hour flight away, resting on the Mediterranean shore, Tunis has so much to discover, from the ruins of Carthage to the winding streets of the Medina. And Four Seasons Hotel Tunis has a wonderful Guerlain spa.


Newcastle-shuttestockNewcastle upon Tyne is often overlooked as a direct entry point to the UK, but it has re-emerged as a cool riverside city with great dining. Seaham Hall, just outside Newcastle, is steeped in history, yet is a chic country house setting.


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