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Luxury Escapes partners with the Travel Corporation

Luxury Escapes has partnered with the Travel Corporation (TTC) to expand its offering to travellers in Australia and the US.

Travellers can now access tours from TTC brands like Trafalgar, Insight Vacations, Luxury Gold, and AAT Kings through the online travel platform, with Contiki and Costsaver to soon be added to its Cudo, Deals, Scoopon and Treat Me platforms.

Adam Schwab, Co-founder and CEO at Luxury Escapes, said the partnership comes at an exciting time for the nation as travel makes its big comeback.

“Our customers drive all of our decision-making and we’re committed to innovating to deliver amazing travel experiences for them,” Schwab said.

“Last year we revealed that spending on travel is set to increase, with 55 per cent of Australians looking to treat themselves with their first international holiday, so it’s now more important than ever that we can offer our customers the most unique and incredible travel experiences.”

Through the partnership with TTC, Luxury Escapes will provide its customers with over 500 tours, including experiences ranging from 3-star hiking experiences in Ecuador to 6-star small group tours of vineyards in France.

Accommodating groups of all different sizes, the partnership allows customers to tailor their escape to their unique needs.

“Luxury Escapes had been a valuable partner during the covid period with strong domestic sales with AAT Kings and Inspiring Journeys so this wider international offering made sense and we are pleased to be working with such a strong brand and partner,” said David Hosking, CEO of TTC.

There are currently 150 TTC tours available to book on the platform, with more to be added in the coming weeks and months.



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