Travel in style from start to finish with the full VIP service at Montego Bay airport. You'll experience Jamaican hospitality as its best on landing. Met by the Club Mobay team and whisked through customs, security and immigration, you're shown to a comfortable seating area to enjoy a few refreshments as you wait for your transfer. Before you know it, you'll be on your way to the hotel. And for the journey home, the VIP service sees you sail through fast track security and into the comfortable departure lounge. There's complimentary drinks, snacks and Wi-Fi, as well as a separate lounge for families complete with a play area for kids.
Leave the beach behind and head for the hills to the mountain village of Zia for the evening. Once you're dropped off, you'll have plenty of free time to wander around and admire the scenery. Bring your camera and find yourself the best viewpoint as the sun sinks behind the hills, and bag some locally made goodies like lace tablecloths, olive oil or sticky honey. You could check out the village's Byzantine church as well. Later, as darkness falls, pull up a pew in one of Zias tavernas for dinner. Some have rooftop terraces where you can soak up the view, while you eat dinner, just as the stars come out.
Hold on tight, you're in for an action-packed day out at Siam Park. It's the top waterpark in the world for TripAdvisor users – for the fifth year running – and it's bursting with adrenaline-pumping rides and beaches set against an exotic Thai backdrop. You'll have over 30 attractions to choose from, so there's something for every member of the family, whether you fancy chilling out or launching yourself into the pulse-racing rides. Hold your breath as you hurtle down the near-vertical Tower of Power. Defy gravity as you raft through the jaws of The Dragon into a fast-spinning cone.
How does spending a day soaking up the sunshine, swimming and perhaps a spot of lunch sound? Perfect is what we're guessing. On this Aegean cruise around northern Kos there'll be swim stops, tanning time and a visit to Vathi on Kalymnos island. A picturesque, horseshoe-shaped bay with calm waters and a pretty town, it's the ideal place for some exploring. We'll drop into a typical Kalymnos taverna for a lunch of pork souvlaki, rice, potatoes, Greek salad and tzatziki. The vegetarian option has spaghetti with tomato sauce and Greek salad. All you need to do is organize your sun lotion and a good book – bliss.
If there's one must-visit while you're in Kos, it's the volcanic island of Nisyros. Once you've docked in the harbour of Mandraki, the island's capital, you'll head to Nikia on the edge of the Stefanos crater. Lose yourself in the labyrinth of cobbled stoned lanes or find a spot near the crater's edge, where you can feel the heat. Afterwards, head back to Mandraki. Sugar-cubed houses stretch across this amphitheatre-shaped town, which is in the shadow of a medieval castle and the cliff-side monastery of Panagia Spiliani. There'll also be time to admire the town's balconied houses or have dinner in a taverna.
There's something really special about this trip to northern Majorca – the way in which you go sightseeing is part of the adventure. Hop on the century-old Soller train and zigzag your way through the pine-clad and UNESCO-listed Tramuntana Mountains. There's also a trip on a tram linking Soller and Port de Soller, during which you'll pass through orange groves and narrow tracks behind homes. The journey from Port de Soller to Sa Calobra beach is – weather permitting – by catamaran.
Fancy cruising Zante's waters in search of its most famous residents – loggerhead sea turtles. Cast out to sea and you'll pass by the golden beaches of Vassilikos before sailing towards Marathonisi, a pine-clad islet nicknamed ‘Turtle Island'. Keep a look out for loggerheads and for dolphins, too. Next, you'll cruise to the Keri peninsula and drop anchor for a swim stop. Come ashore and there's free time to explore the small village of Keri. On the return cruise there's a chance to swim in a hidden bay and you may even spot some more turtles. What's more, conservation group Archellon will be on board to tell you about their work.
The sunshine and laidback Mediterranean feel of Cyprus are what visitors the world over come to enjoy, and this half-day BBQ cruise lets you do just that. Depending on the weather, we'll sail towards the scenic Coral Bay or Timi Bay where we'll then drop anchor for you to enjoy a delicious freshly cooked BBQ lunch served on the top deck al-fresco. There are all-inclusive local drinks served on the top deck and quality music to complete the summer atmosphere. Freshen-up with a dip in the water and you'll be able to snorkel in the azure Mediterranean water. Get into the holiday groove with a BBQ cruise.
Smuggler's Cove is a picture-postcard white pebble beach with a surprise – a shipwreck from an alleged smuggler who ran ashore in 1980. After pick-up, head by coach to Porto Vromi – it takes about 90 minutes – and hop on a boat towards Smuggler's Cove. Enjoy some free time to visit the famous beach, admire the scenery and take a few Insta-perfect selfies. Then, as we cruise back towards Porto Vromi, you'll discover Stegnitis Bay, a place so secret it dosen't even show up on Google. Cool off with a swim stop here and take some pics.
You can expect dollops of déjà vu and nostalgia on this full day cruise. It all kicks off when we sail from Skiathos port for neighbouring Skopelos. Light refreshments are served as we head for the beach of Kastani, where Mamma Mia! was filmed in 2007. Then, it's just a few minutes' sailing to the neighbouring beach of Panormos, in time for lunch at one of the beach tavernas. Or, if you prefer, you can sunbathe and swim. The last stop is the beautiful beach of Milia for a final dip in the sea.