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Equity Magazine April 2018

TRAVEL CATCH A FLIGHT

TRAVEL CATCH A FLIGHT Fly Uruguay offers a panoramic helicopter tour of the city and its stunning beaches. You can also learn how to fly, with a 90-minute training class explaining the basics. It’s a great way to see the city from up above. Visit: vueloshelicoptero.com EXPLORE CLASSIC PUNTA A distinctive attraction and must-see for tourists are the caverns in Punta Ballena (a Sea Museum at La Barra) and the artistic Casa Pueblo; a museum and hotel built by Carlos Paez Vilaró perched on a cliff. Locals recommend riding around on a bicycle to stop for photo-ops. Ralli Museum is worth a visit too. It boasts a selection of modern and contemporary Latin American art, alongside European Modernist and Post-Modernist pieces. You can’t leave Punta del Este without seeing “The Hand” designed by Chilean artist Mario Irrazábal. The ominous sculpture is a landmark, with five gigantic fingers rising from the sand, at the beginning of Brava Beach. Swing by the market nearby for souvenirs and local food. STAY AT… Hotel Fasano Punta del Este is not what you’d expect, given the surroundings. The award-winning architectural project is the first Fasano brand outside Brazil, overlooking the Maldonado river. Relax at one of the stunning 20 bungalows and engage in activities and experiences including tennis and golf. To book: fasano.com.br/hoteis/fasano-punta-del-este View of the sea from Punta del Este Uruguay, Casapueblo. This is a hotel and a gallery art where the famous artist and celebrity Carlos Paez Vilaro used to work Hand Sculpture, the symbol of Punta del Este, Uruguay 60 EQUITY

TRAVEL JETSETTER JOURNEYS The latest in experiences, packages and wellbeing breaks ONE FOR THE BUCKET LIST Take your love for Hublot one step further, by checking into the first-ever Hublot 107 Suite at Atlantis by Giardino. Naturally, the watch theme is prevalent throughout, with the space comprising a spacious living room, master bedroom, two wardrobes and private terraces. Expect grey and black hues, polished aluminum, black smoked mirror panels, and grey velvet hanging down from walls. An artsy installment of a chronograph chandelier with rainbowcoloured LED lighting system catches your eye, with the lighting fixture resembling an exploded view of the Hublot Unico chronograph. Visit atlantisbygiardino.ch UNWIND AND RECOUP For the ultimate in recovery and relaxation, Anantara Vilamoura in Portugal is the place to flock to. Week long programmes on May 5-12 and 12-19 have been specially curated. Choose from the post-natal package, to recovery (for the injured), back to health, or vitality. Sited along Algarve coast amidst orange grove trees, your days will include physiotherapy, yoga sessions, massages, restoration classes, Pilates and stretching. It’s a lavish holiday and rehabilitation programme combined in one - just what your body yearns for. The programme is available from Dhs6,180 per person. Visit anantara.com for more information FAR FAR AWAY The Pink Sands Club, Canouan in St. Vincent & The Grenadines. Mandarin Oriental’s first Caribbean resort is a tucked-away gem where you can make the most out of sun and sea. Canouan is the spot to head to for pristine private beaches, a championship 18-hole Fazio-designed golf course and lavish superyacht marine. Opt in for the Ultimate Private Jet Experience for concierge services at Barbados airport, daily honor bar, complimentary WiFi, watersports, fitness-activities, and plenty more. The complimentary private jet round-trip for two is available for guests who book a stay of seven or more nights, with rates from $1,400 (Dhs5,140). mandarinoriental.com 61 EQUITY

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