Wholesalers

Bunnik Tours encourages travellers to keep dreaming

As the world hits pause, Bunnik Tours is keeping our travel dreams alive with the launch of a new campaign.

The campaign celebrates connection, social interaction, meaningful experiences, exciting destinations and most of all inspiration for when the pause button is released.

“For 25 years, we have helped to make travel dreams come true with small-group, personalised experiences to incredible destinations and, now more than ever, we are committed to keeping these dreams alive with our ‘Still Dreaming, Still Bunnik Tours’ campaign, said Dennis Bunnik, joint CEO Bunnik Tours.

With everyone firmly placed in the dreaming phase, the campaign will share inspiring photos of the incredible places around the world that Bunnik Tours has visited before and knows clients will be heading back to experience again.

The campaign kicks off in Africa with highlights that include the ‘Big Five’ running wild across the African plains to gazing across the sweeping desert landscapes of Sossusvlei.

Each week, a new destination will be revealed as Bunnik Tours, normally in the business of bringing people to the world, will instead bring the world to the people.

In addition and in an effort to dream together, Bunnik Tours will be crowdsourcing on social media for travellers to provide inspiration on destinations they would like to see featured.

To see the campaign in action, go HERE.

SEE WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

Leave a Reply

Destinations

Tourism Malaysia’s new Aussie director on the destination’s big marketing shift

by Huntley Mitchell

The destination is placing much more of a focus on its digital presence and “smart partnerships”, as it looks to recover from the impacts of COVID-19.

Share

CommentComments

Aviation

How are high flyers dealing with coronavirus? A new jet-to-yacht service seems to be the answer

Are you or your clients keen to avoid cattle class (or any class for that matter) on your first post-coronavirus flight? Start saving your pennies for this new service.

Share

CommentComments

Tourism

STUDY: More than half of Aussies are keen to get travelling in the next six months

Find out where, when and how Aussies will hit the road once restrictions are lifted with this handy set of survey results.

Share

CommentComments

Destinations

Team behind Addicted to Maldives launches domestic-focused DMC

The new offering aims to help curate your client’s domestic escapades so that you can give them their perfect post-lockdown getaway.

Share

CommentComments

Cruise

Cruise Wrap: CLIA offers training to non-members, more lines extend pause in operations + MORE

Travel Weekly staff dread Cruise Wrap days because they usually result our deputy editor singing Enya’s “Orinoco Flow” until we lock her in a cupboard.

Share

CommentComments

Aviation

Australian adult entertainer removed from flight over comments about George Floyd protests

This story has a bit of everything – an airline, an adult entertainer and even the ongoing George Floyd protests in the US.

Share

CommentComments

Road & Rail

Uber to offer ‘world-first’ car rental option Down Under

by Christian Fleetwood

You’d assume the bosses over at Avis, Budget, Hertz, Thrifty, and Europcar won’t be too pleased to read this news.

Share

CommentComments

Midweek Interview

Life in the time of COVID-19 with Club Med’s Marnie Blanchetier

We sat down with Club Med’s head of marketing and director of sales for a chat and a few episodes of The New Pope, until she began to give us spoilers.

Share

CommentComments

Aviation

REVEALED: The final two bidders for Virgin Australia

by Huntley Mitchell

Virgin Australia’s administrators have made a decision on which two bidders have made it through to the third and final round.

Share

CommentComments

Aviation

Virgin’s administrators still yet to name final two suitors following surprise bid

Virgin Australia’s administration process is starting to resemble Bathurst’s famous Mount Panorama racetrack, given the number of twists and turns.

Share

CommentComments

Tourism

WTTC launches ‘Safe Travels’ protocols for aviation, MICE and tour operators

Confused by all these new measures and protocols being introduced by peak industry bodies? Add to your bewilderment with this.

Share

CommentComments

Destinations

Trans-Tasman travel ‘bubble’ could be in place by September, travel group says

by Christian Fleetwood

The expert working group behind the proposal for a trans-Tasman ‘bubble’ reckons it could be operational by September.

Share

CommentComments