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Three fun travel ideas you might not have heard of but will want to try out

Now the world is opened back up again, it’s easy to feel so spoilt for choice you can’t decide what to do first.

To help you out, here are three suggestions which are just so good, you’ll want to try it immediately.

Float along the Thames while enjoying a bubbly jacuzzi or go au-naturale in luxury eco accomodation in the Cotswolds.

Still need more options? Simply download the Odopo Prime app to have the whole world quite literally at your fingertips.

Hot tub time machine

It’s basically swim-ception

Pimp up a hot tub experience by moving from the back garden to the Thames.

The Skuna Hot Tub Boat is a bespoke, electric, self-drive, wood-fired hot tub, available for launching either from Canary Wharf or Lakeside, Essex.

It fits seven people, who will enjoy the toasty, 38C water temperature while gliding past some of the country’s most iconic London sights.

From £225 for 75 minutes.

Check it out here

Members only

Subscribe to seeing the world

Subscription boxes are a ‘thing’ for food – and now for travel too.

Opodo Prime – dubbed ‘the Netflix of travel’ and accessed via web or app – is the leading online travel agent subscription service in the UK.

For £59.99 a year, it offers a range of deals including guaranteed discounts on all flights, and up to 50% off on over two million accommodation options.

Check it out here

Hit the Huts!

At one with nature

Rural Cotswolds retreat The Fish is adding five new guest huts to its nature-focused accommodation this summer.

Located on the 400-acre Farncombe Estate near Broadway, The Fish is already home to a mix of accommodation including chic shepherd’s huts, three treehouses and a variety of rooms and suites.

The new Hideaway Huts have a double bed and a roll-top bath.

From £330p.

Check it out here


Credit: Original article published here.

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