Bunnik Tours names foodie travel and small group tours as top trends for 2019
Bunnik Tours obviously spent their Christmas break gazing into a crystal ball, because they’ve come out with some ripper predictions for this year.
Volcanos, acquisitions, typos and a strengthening AUD: Here’s what you missed over the break
Mount Agung is back at it, Flight Centre is expanding and Venice is introducing a new fee for day trippers. Welcome back folks! Here’s everything you need to know to kick start your year.
“Travellers want to disconnect”: James Thornton on the evolving travel client
And that’s a wrap on 2018, folks! We leave you with some words of wisdom for the new year from Intrepid’s CEO so we can begin our final knock-off drinks for the year. See you in 2019!
Here’s where Aussies will be counting down the New Year
We’ll be spending our New Year’s Eve the same way we do every year: unable to remember what we did after pre-drinking too hard.
Insight Vacations CEO: 2019 will be more “immersive, personalised and authentic”
2019 will also be the year we cut our caffeine intake down to one coffee a day. But you know what they say about New Year’s resolutions…
Steve Odell: “We always advise guests to find a knowledgeable travel agent”
We chatted with Norwegian Cruises’ regional VP to get the jump on next year’s trends. Though he couldn’t confirm if bucket hats and flares would be making a comeback.
TTC CEO John Veitch tips Egypt as “the hot destination” for 2019
And that’s not just because of the temperature! Though we assume it would also be very hot climate-wise, considering it’s mostly desert.
Trafalgar CEO Gavin Tollman: “Agents are vital to our growth and success”
In case you missed it: Trafalgar just announced they will be offering domestic trips within Australia designed just for Aussies. We caught up with Tollman to find out more.
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