Hello and Welcome! Here at The Loftus Guides we're passionate about what we do, which is to help you make the most of your vacations. Every week we post great ideas and suggestions for you: We spend a great deal of time researching your favourite...read more
Ever wonder if hiring a travel agent is worth it? We’ve gathered a list of pros and cons to help you make a decision for your next vacation!read more
There’s a special beauty in the waterfalls Mother Nature has given to us. We’ve gathered up 7 of the most miraculous falls you must travel to!read more
When it comes to travel preferences, one size rarely fits all! There are so many ways to enjoy new experiences! Which style do you prefer?read more
Have you ever wanted to visit the historical decks of the Titanic? Well, now you can, for a price tag of $105,129 USD.read more
Europe is one of our favorite destinations. What’s not to love? Good food, great wine, rich in culture, and…long lines. C’est la vie, unfortunately, but just because there are crowds at popular tourist attractions, doesn’t mean you necessarily have to wait in them....read more
Travel journaling is mindful scrapbooking on the fly; It’s the act of taking the time to experience your journey in a different way. This method of recording your trip can be highly successful if you tailor your tools to the journaling style that suits you.read more
What allows you to settle into just one place for your holiday, but at the same time visit multiple destinations?
A houseboat, of course!
Saving space in your luggage is a good idea for a few key reasons: it’s cheaper, faster, and easier on your back. But despite this, most experienced travelers have made the mistake of lugging along a bulky suitcase only to find it impossible to navigate public...read more
Mystery novels make wonderful travel companions. Compact and efficient, mysteries are often incredibly atmospheric and fun while featuring a cast of intelligent and well-spoken characters who really bring a setting to life. Besides giving you a taste of...read more
So.. have you - or haven't you? Are you a fan? Of the "whodunnit" genre -- or of Dame Agatha's books, in particular? I was the tender age of 12 when I began reading them; at the time, I think there was an appeal for just about everyone. My voracious reading included...read more