Stepping back in time…

Travelling to Europe is like stepping back in time. The stunning cities, bridges and homes were built when craftsmanship was king. Long before television, phones and other modern day distractions, life was lived at a slower pace and beauty was praised over mere function. It is a wonder to behold and a feast for the senses. For many years train travel was the best way to go, but thanks to major innovations in cruise ship design, there is now an entirely new and much more luxurious way. I believe that a life well lived must include at least one trip to Europe and would like to help get you there.

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Imagine yourself settling in to your Balcony stateroom aboard the luxury AMA Vida, champagne in hand. After spending 3 nights in a beautiful hotel in Lisbon, Portugal you were effortlessly whisked away to the port to embark on a 7 day cruise through some of the most stunning waterways in the world. You unpack your bags, throw open the curtains and step out onto your own private balcony. This will be your home for the next 7 days. Each morning you will awake to a breathtaking new view, each day you will explore a new and exciting place, and each night you will unwind with wine tastings, theme dinners, live music and the gentle breeze of river cruising, finally returning to your own private suite. The world will present itself to you while you dine in style and toast to new memories and friendships.



Our friends at Ama Waterways have developed an incredible trip for you through the Douro Valley. They invite you to spend three nights in Portugal’s capital, Lisbon, before beginning your journey down the Douro River, with its dramatic gorges, lush vineyards, and tranquil fishing villages. Begin in Porto and continue on to the ancient and picturesque city of Lamego. Enter Spain to visit Salamanca, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as the beautiful inland countryside and the palace and gardens of Mateus. Explore the 24th-century Alpendurada Monastery before concluding your cruise in Porto.

If you can imagine yourself there, and believe that travel is the best gift to give to yourself, please call Faith at Niche Travel Group to make it happen. (902) 407-4567.

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Tahiti, known as “The Queen of the Pacific,” is the largest and most populated island, and is the starting point for your incredible Tahiti Vacation. Your international flights land at Faa’a Airport in the capital city of Papeete. Upon arrival, you will receive a typical Tahitian display of hospitality – a friendly welcome with fragrant Tiare flowers and Tahitian music. The Island of Tahiti is a figure-eight shaped island divided into a larger part, known as Tahiti Nui (“Big Tahiti”) and a smaller peninsula called Tahiti Iti (‘Little Tahiti”). With lush green peaks reaching more than 7,300 feet, its scenery is dramatic. Cascading waterfalls and rippling pools in the jungle-like interior provide a striking contrast to the black- and white-sand beaches and turquoise lagoons of the island’s perimeter.

A circle island tour (about 70 miles) is a great way to get acquainted with the island. Highlights include the Museum of Tahiti and Her Islands, the Paul Gauguin Museum, the Harrison W. Smith Botanical Gardens, and the Marae Arahurahu (an ancient Tahitian outdoor temple). In the center of town, Le Marché, the municipal market, is not to be missed. The first floor of this indoor market has an abundant supply of tropical fruits and vegetables and fresh fish from the lagoon. The second floor is dedicated to Tahitian art and crafts, and boasts the largest selection of colourful pareus (sarongs) anywhere