Where can you go sea kayaking one day and immerse yourself in the luxury of a city break the next? Stockholm's Archipelago... sounds promising doesn't it.
There's more to Indonesia than beautiful beaches, watersports and colourful markets, there's also lush jungles blooming with wildlife and rich ancient
Oz is the land of colour and the big colour destinations: the Red Rock, Blue Barrier Reef and Green Daintree can all be seen in one fantastic trip.
New Zealand didn't get the title 'Adventure Capital of the World' from famed sock darning classes...here's how to get the most extreme out of the islands.
A visit to New Zealand's North Island is about culture as well as perfect scenery. Driving from Auckland to Wellington you'll see the highlights.
Hop round, sail or snorkel between, or just recline on, Thailand's islands are an idyllic tropical backdrop.
Australia: it's a big place. And there's just no way you're going to be able to see all of it on a flying visit. But two weeks is enough time to experience both.
Malaysia is a destination for bustling-Asian-city shoppers and travellers hoping to meet rare animals and visit exotic natural worlds. Ten days is enough to see most of the highlights.
New Zealand's South Island is an extreme sportsperson's playground of mountains, fjords and glaciers best seen by car or bike.
Photos of the Great Barrier Reef attract a lot of visitors to Australia, especially those with an eye for art and Melbourne makes an artistic pairing.