Leanne Hunter's Guide To Watersports In Fiji

On July 10, 2012 at 03:09 PM
Leanne Hunter's Guide To Watersports In Fiji

Should you find yourself on a tropical getaway, but with no idea how to enjoy the warm tropical waters, this is the guide for you. Find your way to the best sailing, swimming, surfing and more that Fiji has to offer.

Jack Colton's Top Las Vegas Nightlife Tips

On July 10, 2012 at 03:08 PM
Jack Colton's Top Las Vegas Nightlife Tips

With so many amazing bars, clubs and events throughout Las Vegas, it's advisable to know where you want to go before you go there! What sort of atmosphere are you seeking? Find the spots to fit your vibe on holiday.

Jenna Doughton's Guide To Celebrity Shopping In Las Vegas

On July 10, 2012 at 03:07 PM
Jenna Doughton's Guide To Celebrity Shopping In Las Vegas


Las Vegas is famous for many things: casinons, bars, nightclubs, extravagant hotels, quickie weddings and lavish entertainment, just to name a few.

But Vegas also offers out-of-this-world shopping, hosting a multitude of shops from luxe to less: international designers, up-and-coming boutiques and funky high street alternatives alike.

Not everyone has cottoned on, but celebrities swear by Vegas shopping--you may even spot a celeb at the shops! Our Expedia Insider on all fashionable things, Jenna Doughton, shows us how to shop like a celebrity...

Rise of the holiday-deprived

On December 01, 2011 at 02:00 PM

Expedia global survey reveals Aussie workers take less holidays every year

Australia ranked in the top five most holiday-deprived nations

Uncertain economic times and tightened purse strings are resulting in Australian workers being reluctant to take all of their holiday leave.

According to the latest annual global Vacation Deprivation® survey from Expedia®, the world’s largest online travel company, Aussies are taking less time off work and are even more holiday deprived this year than they were in 2010. Read more

Send the books packing: Best destinations for school-leaver celebrations

On November 16, 2011 at 02:00 PM

Exams are almost over and then school is out – for good. Students all over Australia have been holed up indoors preparing and sitting for exams, but by mid-November, Aussie school-leavers will be taking a well-deserved break and having some much needed fun.

Picking a post high school holiday is like picking an elective, the choices are many and preferences vary. Some choose partying or adventure and some choose to relax and recover from exam stress. Either way celebrating the end of your school years is an Aussie tradition. And, students’ hard-earned dollars are going further, meaning sharing good times overseas is worth considering!  

Last minute schoolie packages** from Expedia:

Best for partying:

Bali, Indonesia: Read more