As much as you may be a professional who understands what is required for each meeting that you are responsible for, the busy nature of your job makes it close to impossible to handle all details of some projects on your own. When the size of a meeting is substantial, there is limited time between events and sessions or you can also hinder your operations from having inadequate or lack of staff.
For those with a love for the under-water world and adventurous spirit, learning scuba diving is a truly unique and memorable experience. Learning how to dive with a professional instructor can be extremely fun and addictive, so be warned!
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If you are chartering a private jet for the first time, or you have previously chartered a jet in Malta before, there are several factors you need to put into consideration. Choosing the right aircraft requires you to take your time analysing every detail so that you...read more
Renting a car is usually more a practical chore. It’s something necessary to get around in case your car has broken down, or to have more freedom getting around during your holiday. But what if you used this opportunity to treat yourself with a little extra luxury? It...read more
The perfect way to explore this beautiful island is to hire a luxury car with and to drive it on some well-chosen routes. The Maltese Islands are relatively small, so hiring a luxury car from anywhere, whether you arrive by sea or air, is nearby. We offer a fleet of...read more
The health benefits of sports such as football, basketball, swimming and running are well known. Physical activities like these boost our cardiovascular fitness, and greatly lessen the risks of developing conditions such as obesity or high blood pressure, which...read more
Malta is not just a rich historical destination, there is more that the island has to offer. The small archipelago offers pleasant luxury yacht charters for visitors who tour the Mediterranean’s south to enjoy its warmth. Malta is best described as the centre for...read more
Malta is a small island located in the heart of the Mediterranean and is surrounded by sea. The island boasts about its 300 days of sunshine, equipping it with one of the most ideal climates to organise outdoor excursions.
Malta, while a small island, has a wide range of activities and attractions for every member of the family. This article features a list of the top 10 activities to consider on a trip during Malta winter. Malta in the winter has just as much to offer as the hectic summer months without the crowds and queues of tourists.
Wherever you choose to go sightseeing, you can take the tourist route, or be a little more adventurous, and look for different ways to enjoy the views, culture and attractions of your chosen destination.
Even though Malta does not have forests, rivers or lakes, the island is home to some of the most spectacular natural wonders around the world. With so many natural caves, cliffs and rock formations you can hardly ever run out of things to do. Such natural attractions are not only found on the island but also extend underwater, providing snorkels and diver with unique diving experiences.
Malta sits deep in the Mediterranean, a small island boasting a rich heritage and a stunning array of traditional events and festivals – in fact, a celebration can be found almost every week! The wide range of Malta events have something to offer everyone.