After the latest travel announcements and looking forward to life returning to something like a new normal, I have seen a flurry of enquiries from people wanting to tick items off their “must do’s”.
The Bucket List is where I highlight those opportunities to visit a specific destination or holiday experience, which may gain such a tick off your personal wishlist.
With a lengthy period of postponed events and tournaments being played behind closed doors hopefully behind us, major sporting events around the world are proving even more popular than before.
There is something very special, watching your team in an international game or an individual you follow, performing live at the highest level.
I’ve been very lucky to see international football, basketball and cricket matches from the Caribbean to India and much between.
Over the years, I have sent many clients to an array of sporting experiences which have ranged from organising groups to participate in cricket matches in Kenya and Sri Lanka, watching the nail-biting performance of the British Lions in rugby matches in Australia, and following up-and-coming stars in the Roland Garros Tennis Grand Slam in Paris. Imagine being in New York recently to watch Emma Raducanu!
If the buzz of the pit stops and Formula One cars whizzing round the racetrack at 200 mph rocks your socks, then one of the great Grand Prix’s like Abu Dhabi this December, Singapore, or Monaco for 2022 are sensational trips that are available to book.
England’s cricketers will return to the Caribbean early next year and with Europe and the US about to resume rivalries in golf’s Ryder Cup in Wisconsin, what about the next one in enchanting Rome in 2023?
Or if you can’t wait that long there are some great packages available for the US Masters in Augusta, Georgia next April.
Whether it’s for a special birthday, a reunion or a celebration, these are encounters that will stay with you and I can help create these lifelong memories.
Please contact me if you want to discuss any ideas or any of the events mentioned further.