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Dennis Bunnik crashes Europe tours to celebrate restart of summer season

Joint-CEO of Bunnik Tours and industry legend, Dennis Bunnik, is in Europe this month, crashing a few tours to celebrate the resumption of its summer season.

Since putting international tours on hold nearly two years ago, Bunnik Tours is over the moon to be back in Europe.

“Being back in Europe and travelling with our groups has been like reuniting with an old friend I haven’t seen for years,” Bunnik said.

“The connection is still there and within minutes it feels like you’ve never been apart.”

Bunnik will be spending at least four days on a variety of tours, giving clients confidence and peace of mind they are in safe and experienced hands.

He began his European jaunt on 8 May where he joined the Turkey in Depth small group tour, the first Bunnik Europe tour since early 2020.

“The most gratifying aspect for me is seeing our local teams in action and seeing that after a two-year tourism drought they haven’t lost any of the magic,” Bunnik explained.

“Just like our excited Aussie travellers, they are so happy to be back on the road and showing off their beloved countries.”

The Bunnik Tours social media accounts have been regularly updated with images and videos of what the groups have been up to on tour.

Bunnik has also recorded a short video answering the question on everyone’s lips – should I travel in 2022 or wait and travel next year in 2023?

In the video he explains why he thinks 2022 is the best time to travel through Europe.

“Travel is truly back and there’s no better time to go than now!”

There is still availability for a number of Europe small group tours departing in 2022.

Bunnik Tours, through its membership with the Council of Australian Tour Operators, is accredited as providing COVID safe travel practices through the World Travel & Tourism Council.



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