New York

New York, New York! One of the finest cities in the world, there is no doubt about that. One rule about New York is to embrace all that it is with an open mind and go for it. Soak up the hustle and bustle, save up for the shopping trip of a lifetime, drink cocktails (any time of day) like you’re in Sex and the City, go for a run in Central Park, take a selfie from the top of the Empire State Building, get tickets to see the Yankees or a show on Broadway, hail down a yellow cab, have pancakes for breakfast and more pancakes for dinner. Don’t just watch the movies, make your own movie, and love every minute of your time in the Big Apple.

11 Amazing Twin and Multi Centre Holiday Ideas

17th September 2018
by Grace Wright

1. Safari Beach in Style South Africa and Mauritius From your chic safari lodge, Sanctuary Makanyane, spot the big five in the lush forests and rolling plains of the Madikwe game reserve. You can not only tick the big five off your bucket list, but also try sleeping out under the stars listening to the […]

A Turquoise Guide to New York

18th October 2016
by Melanie Chinnick

Although Turquoise Holidays don’t cover New York specifically, it is great for a dual centre if you wanted to connect it with the Caribbean or our newest addition to the portfolio, California. I have been to New York many times and feel lucky enough to know it as well as my home town. It is […]

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