Every Journey Counts Blog

Edge's Travel Blogs reveal personal travel stories from our Travel Advisors' constant globetrotting.

Our expert team at Edge is simply the most well-travelled in the industry. Between us, we have been virtually everywhere whether through educational journeys, otherwise known as 'famils' in the business, or individual holiday travel. We want to share our experiences with you through our continually updated blogs.

Simply click on a part of world and get lost in tales of grand adventure through the keenly observant eye of our travel designers. Through our travels, we hope that you'll find inspiration for your own next adventure.

Alaska Lindblad/National Geographic Quest

Executive Edge Travel Advisor Sue Watts embarked upon the ultimate Alaskan Lindblad expedition aboard the National Geographic Quest. National Geographic explorers, writers, and photographers have brought the world to intelligent, curious, adventurous readers for more than a hundred years. And since Lars-Eric Lindblad opened the doors of his travel company in 1958, Lindblad Expeditions has been bringing… Read more »

On the Road to Southern India

Dana Michael took a curated tour of Southern India on an experiential itinerary designed by luxury travel experts Peirce & Leslie, a preferred operator of Executive Edge Travel. Q: First stop – Mumbai! Yes, India’s most cosmopolitan city and financial nerve centre, Mumbai is also the centre of the country’s thriving film industry, popularly known as… Read more »

Healing Waters – Four Seasons Bora Bora

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux chose Four Seasons Bora Bora for their honeymoon and brought along long time close pals Courtney Cox and Jimmy Kimmel in tow for laughs. The gang holed up in the Four Seasons Bora Bora’s spectacular all-inclusive three bedroom Presidential Beach Villa Estate for two weeks. Can’t blame the Four Seasons… Read more »

Virtuoso Symposium – Crystal River Cruise

2018 Virtuoso Symposium was a historic event held in the Netherlands combining the efforts of six Virtuoso hotels, seven luxury river cruise vessels and two Dutch on-the-ground partners to create an unprecedented experience. As Co-Founder of Executive Edge Travel and Head of Leisure, I’ve attended several Virtuoso Symposiums over the years and each seems to… Read more »

Tea Country – Sri Lanka

As we drove through Sri Lanka taking ‘the long route’, we stopped whenever the mood struck us. My family’s curiosity for getting off the standard touring route had our trusted guide, Ajit, making detours constantly such as visiting the biggest wholesale fruit and vegetable market in the Cultural Triangle. As the only tourists there we… Read more »

Oberoi India Spiritual Journey

Our Indian family holiday began in the capital city of New Delhi. Nothing like arriving into a new city at night and feeling the hustle and bustle immediately – an explosion of constantly hooting car horns, busses and motorbikes zipping by interspersed with the ringing bells of the bicycles and rickshaws. It’s chaos but it… Read more »

Four Seasons Kuda Hurra & Landaa Giraavaru, Maldives

What an extraordinary place! The Maldives……Surround yourself in immaculate white beaches and crystal clear water. In the Indian Ocean, south of the equator, the Maldives is a system of coral islands covering an area approximately 800,000 square kilometres but only 1% of this area is land. Many of these islands are inhabited but only about… Read more »

Four Seasons Chiang Mai & Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle, Thailand

As one of a select group of Four Seasons Preferred Partners travel agency owner/managers invited to attend The Four Seasons APAC Leader’s Summit, I embraced every second. Set at two of the Four Seasons Thailand properties, Four Seasons Chiang Mai and Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle, the Summit was Four Seasons standard, second to… Read more »

On the Road to Vietnam

Leisure Advisor Cate Cave discovered Vietnam through an overnight boat trip on Halong Bay, exploring the capital Hanoi and tasting the country’s culinary treats. Q: How amazing – an overnight boat trip on Halong Bay, journeying through the rich farmlands of the Red River Delta, observing everyday life of Vietnamese villagers as they work the… Read more »

L’Austral Cruise from Malaysia to Borneo to Darwin

Was I crazy as a young mid-forties mother of an eight and six year old to embark upon a luxury French Expedition Cruise Ship? Wouldn’t there be more appropriate travel plans for a young family? Turns out, my seeming illogic was absolutely brilliant! And the cruise was BRILLIANT. Our captain, crew and expedition director attended… Read more »