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Carnival brings out Game-Changing Guest Experiences

by Amy Bryant

This device that acts as your personal concierge, because everyone needs a personal concierge.

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Destinations

Party at the famous Rio de Janeiro Carnival

by Amy Bryant

Get your party on on at the carnival that never sleeps in Rio with these top tips

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Travel Agents

Hold onto your hats, it’s the Women In Travel Power List!

Check it out, it’s the Women In Travel Power List – chock full of the industry’s heaviest hitters!

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Women in Travel: It’s Carnival Cruise Line’s Jennifer Vandekreeke!

We chat with Jennifer Vandekreeke, Vice President Australasia, Carnival Cruise Line about the importance of travel, being a bike tour guide and why life is all about prioritisation.

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Cruise

How to be good at selling cruise holidays, 7 tips by CLIA President

by Daisy Melwani

There’s no denying cruise sales can lead to big industry bucks, but it’s not necessarily the ‘easy sell’. Here are 7 key strategies for agents to stay ahead of the curve.

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Travel Agents

Travel industry lightens up for April Fools Day

by Sophie Hodge

Companies ranging from hotel groups to airlines, from agencies to wholesalers, got in on the April Fools action this year.

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Carnival cruise ship sets sail for Cuba

by AP

The world’s largest cruise line is getting approval from Cuba to start running “cultural exchange” trips to the island starting in May.

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Destinations

Carnival roars ahead despite Zika scare

by RAW

The worst health scare in recent history is not keeping Brazilians from their annual Carnival revelry.

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Brazilian cities cancel carnival

by EFE

At least 48 cities in eight states across Brazil have cancelled their carnivals due to the recession.

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Cruise

Carnival steamrolls more ships into China

by Daisy Melwani

Carnival adds two ships to its China fleet in 2016, jumping the gun on what will become the world’s largest cruise market.

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Cruise

Carnival debuts fathom brand devoted to voluntourism

by Daisy Melwani

Could this be the best marketing gambit for the cruise line, and the industry?

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Cruisy Carnival: Shorter breaks, lower deposits

by Tara Harrison

Carnival Cruises has launched 133 cruises for 2016-17 with an increase in short breaks at sea.

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