Tourism

Contiki launches podcast for those with a hunger for adventure

Looking for something to occupy you on your morning commute?

Contiki has just launched a new podcast series called Out of Office, aimed at young travellers hungry for adventure.

Out of Office will combine influencer interviews, social commentary and insider travel knowledge to bring listeners incredible stories from around the world in unique ways.

It seeks to tackle a variety of hot topics and intriguing destinations, from exploring the weird and wonderful foods of Japan and the exciting advent of electric planes; to the ethical and cultural including the rise of traditional Scottish music among young people, and a glimpse into the lives of indigenous communities in Australia.

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Audiences who love to travel, or people who are looking to learn about the issues facing young people today, are invited to tune in to the first episode which is available now.

The podcast also features ‘Convince me’ bonus episodes with a specially selected guests taking on the challenge to convince listeners about a passion subject, including Vegan Travel with @LittleLondonVegan, LGBT travel destinations with Meg Cale and Making travel matter with sustainability expert and explore Celine Cousteau.

“Out of Office is an evolution of what we have always done, appeal to young people where they are,” Katrina Barry, MD Contiki said.

“With today’s youth being more globally and socially aware, we’ve been harnessing the power of influencers to speak to our customers about the things that matter most to them for some time now.

“All the same expertise and knowledge we bring to our travel experiences we’re also delivering to them in the new podcast.”

Audiences can subscribe now on the iTunes app stores or Google PLAY. Streaming is also available on Spotify, Stitcher or all other places podcasts are available. You can find out more here. 

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