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Starting the New Year with a win on Drive Away 

LEADING rental car operator , teamed up with Helloworld with an agent booking incentive offer to win a brand new Peugeot 308. Entries were valid with all car, motorhome, motorcycle or Peugeot lease bookings made between April 1 and September 30, 2016.

The winner was a very excited Jennifer Smith from Helloworld Devonport, Tasmania, pictured here with Bianca Brooks, Helloworld Business Manager Victoria / Tasmania. Ms Smith said she was still in shock at winning and is very thankful to DriveAway Holidays for the opportunity to win such a wonderful prize.

 

Trafalgar Airfares to USA and Canada from $699

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Trafalgar is making it easy to sell USA and Canada in 2017 with awesome airfares including flights to LA for $699, Vancouver for $799 and New York City from $999 return on any of the USA and Canada 2017 guided trips.

Managing Director Trafalgar Australia, Matthew Cameron-Smith, commented that, “We will be running press and digital campaigns to ensure we’re delivering customers straight to travel agents so all they have to do is seal the sale with these amazing air deals.”

Trafalgar has marked down prices as much as 12% on itineraries, which includes the popular Canadian itinerary, Iconic Rockies and Western Canada.

Trafalgar’s limited air deals with  American Airlines and Virgin Australia, will be departing from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth and are valid until 28 January 2017.

 

Insider Journeys launches Indochina and Thailand-Myanmar portfolios for 2017-18

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Asian travel experts Insider Journeys, have released their  92-page Indochina brochure (covering Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos). It offers a selection of information to accommodate all travel styles, including a range of small group journey itineraries, expertly designed private touring packages, such as a new 8-day ‘Vietnam Express Getaway’ visiting Ho Chi Minh and Hoi An, as well as in-depth destination information, city tours and accommodation options.

Equally, the 92-page Thailand and Myanmar guide covers the mainstay destinations of Yangon, Bagan and Lake Inle, as well as the mysteries of Myanmar, with a feature on its ‘road less travelled’ such as the deserted ruins of the former capital Mrauk U and the Himalayan foothills village of Putao.

The Indochina portfolio includes city, regional and coastal experiences and accommodation, as well as a dedicated section covers luxury Mekong river cruising and a new private travel option, including a 15 day ‘Thailand Cities and Beaches’ itinerary.

Interest in the region has been growing with Small Group Journey sales for Cambodia and Laos up over 25% year-to-date compared with last year.

Excite Holidays launches America the Great incentive!

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Excite Holidays, is today launching a huge USA mega campaign in Australia and New Zealand, focusing on four incredible stateside destinations. From exploring The Hawaiian Islands to getting off the beaten track in Nevada, rubbing shoulders with celebrities in West Hollywood and sampling some of the country’s best music and food in the Southern States, Excite Holidays is giving agents the chance to book incredible rates for their clients.

Every booking travel agents make in the selected USA destinations gives them one entry into the draw to win one of four money-can’t-buy trips to either West Hollywood, Nevada, Hawaii or the Southern States! And, for each and every night travel agents book, they’ll also earn 500 bonus rewards points.

Excite Holidays has also launched a dedicated USA website which has all the information agents need to help them

sell. Visit www.exciteholidays.com/engage/usa to find out more.

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