Your search for search and rescue matches 48 pages

Who’s playing at Snowbombing 2016?

What can you expect? Even though it’s one of the most enjoyable festivals for ski and snowboarding fanatics, be warned - Snowbombing is not for the faint hearted. This six-day stretch places as much emphasis on keeping your ski game on point as having a good time afterwards. So this means you’ve go... Read more

New Zealand travel insurance: Here’s what you need to know

If you’re just about to jet off to New Zealand, we’ll openly admit to feeling envious. It’s a lush, exciting, friendly place with great food and plenty of things to do. From taking a ride in an aerobatic plane to swimming with dolphins, sharing the beach with penguins (we’re not joking - Google it) ... Read more

How to find cheap flights

That feeling when you find a cheap flight can be truly mindblowing; plenty of people have visited Europe with tickets that just cost a few pounds. There’s nothing better than flying for hundreds of miles, knowing that your ticket’s cost you less than the average rail journey. However, what happens ... Read more

Use your social media followers to bag a cheap holiday

If you're a prolific tweeter or you spend half your life on Facebook, good news - your social media presence could land you a cheap holiday. New travel website Hotelied claims to 'unlock personalised unpublished rates at luxury hotels', and when you book your break, you're invited to link up to fiv... Read more

New handy tool takes the guesswork out of baggage allowances

When you’re packing for your holiday and you’re unsure of your airline’s baggage allowance, it can mean hours of trawling through a company’s website, looking for answers. Things can get especially tricky if you’re trying to take a bike abroad, a buggy, or other types bulky sports equipment. Howeve... Read more

Holidaymakers urged to watch out for fraud scams this summer

If you're booking your holiday online this year, make sure you're aware of the scams out there that could set you back thousands of pounds. According to a new report by the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau section of the City of London Police, around £2.2m was stolen from unsuspecting holidaymake... Read more

Gift guide for travellers

The perfect gift is hard to find especially if you are looking for a gift for a traveller. The best gifts are often a mix of efficiency and distraction. What gift(s) could limit airport anxiety, increase comfort in an airport or on a plane, and put a smile on their face? We’ve collected some of our... Read more

5 days of free Wi-Fi now available to Columbus Direct customers

Going abroad and not having full use of your mobile without paying extortionate charges for roaming can be very frustrating, especially when you like to stay (or need to stay) connected. Not all hotels and resorts are well connected, you may find that they offer no Wi-Fi, or offer a poor connection ... Read more

Deadly tornado strikes Texas town of Granbury

16 May 2013 Last updated at 06:11 GMTTornadoes touched down several times in northern Texas.A tornado has ripped through a town in the US state of Texas, resulting in six deaths, officials say.Homes were destroyed when the tornado hit Granbury, 70 miles (110km) west of Dallas, late on Wednesday. Loc... Read more

Check out the winning entry for our Columbus Day competition

When we finally sat down to try and choose a winner for our Columbus Day competition (with an independent adjudicator, of course), we had no idea how hard it would be to pick a winner. We asked you to submit your accidental holiday discoveries, and sifting through the hundreds of incredible entries... Read more

< Previous 1  2  3  Next >