Abercrombie & Kent unveils remote Flinders Island adventure
The luxury travel connoisseur is bringing remote and unusual parts of Australia into the spotlight with the launch of this new active adventure off the Tasmanian coast.
“The travel industry has been the sacrificial lamb”: CATO bigwigs plead with Tourism Minister for financial aid
CATO’s delegation also bumped into AFTA’s boss while down in Canberra this week, with the two industry bodies comparing notes from their respective meetings.
G Adventures eyes M&A opportunities after securing private equity investment
Mergers and acquisitions are the topics du jour in the G Adventures boardroom after the wholesaler received a financial vote of confidence.
Intrepid launches virtual experiences for families
While these new experiences are aimed at children, that hasn’t stopped our editor from donning an apron and cooking pierogi with a family in Krakow.
Contiki travellers talk holiday romance and share love stories ahead of Valentine’s Day
Thought Contiki trips were just full of drunk singles sleeping around with one another? Be proven wrong here.
COVID-19 vaccination proof among Globus’ new health and safety policies
Do you have clients who are obsessed with Globus trips, but are also anti-vaxxers? Well, you may want to give this a read.
Survey results prompt G Adventures to launch ‘Mini Adventures’
G Adventures’ latest offering has inspired Travel Weekly’s editor to go on a mini-adventure of his own … to Woolies for snacks.
AAT Kings completes third Tassie guided holiday in big win for domestic tourism
The Aussie group tour legends have no doubt brought out the party poppers and the fairy bread to celebrate this milestone.
APT throws support behind Australian Open for eighth straight year
Expect plenty of advertising by the tour company amid Nick Kyrgios’ mid-match dummy spits at the Australian Open this month.
New G Adventures research reveals what Aussie travellers are setting as their ‘restart resolutions’
A new survey has shed some light on what your clients are going to be looking for when the time is right to travel again, and it looks like sustainable travel will come back in a big way.
Wendy Wu Tours is dishing out free single rooms for solo travellers
Do your clients love group touring, but also need a bit of quiet time and personal space? Wendy Wu has swooped in to provide the goods.
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