“It starts with your staff”: World Expeditions CEO talks internal sustainability practices
by Ali Coulton
Travel Weekly is engaging in its sustainable tourism practices today by making a compost pile in the office. And by that, we mean we’ve been throwing our mandarin peels behind the couch and hoping for the best.
Wholesaler wrap: Chimu Adventures milestone, AAT Kings deals extended + more!
It’s Monday, and Travel Weekly has just the thing to help you sober up from the NTIAs (and no, it’s not a Bloody Mary): a wholesaler wrap!
Wholesaler wrap: World Expeditions’ fresh Canadian tours, Bentours flash sale + more!
Travel Weekly almost didn’t include a few of the amazing adventures on offer in this week’s wholesaler wrap in the hope of having them all to ourselves, until we realised we can’t afford to go on any of them.
Wholesaler wrap: Brazil on sale, explore Japan with Adam Liaw + more!
Here’s a short and sweet wholesaler round-up to ease you back to work after the Easter break. Well, we can’t guarantee it’s very sweet, but it’s certainly not bitter.
World Expeditions steps up its game in the fight against wildlife cruelty in tourism
We’re playing our part in ending animal cruelty by stopping to pat every dog we see on our way to and from work. No dog should have to go more than 10 minutes without being told they’re a good boy.
World Expeditions launches mindful travel itinerary to combat “era of fake news”
The new trip was handcrafted by iconic Aussie journalist George Negus. But that’s not to say he built the hotels and attractions by hand.
Should travel companies ban the use of mobile phones?
There’s a strong case for… sorry, we got distracted by something on Instagram. What were we saying?
“Tourism is the lifeline to recovery” Sue Badyari on Kerala floods
World Expeditions is urging tourists to help Kerala back onto its feet after it was hit by the worst flooding in nearly a century.
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