Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania and National Geographic team up to explore responsible travel
Have you lost faith in humanity’s responsible travel efforts? This story will restore it in no time.
Wholesaler wrap: Tempo Holidays unveils 2020-21 brochures, Explore’s new yurts + MORE
Did your footy team ruin its chance of playing finals over the weekend? Well, these latest wholesaler offers ought to cheer you up.
Cruise wrap: Scenic Eclipse makes debut, Silversea’s new collab, G Adventures gets new yacht + MORE!
Celebrate Scenic Eclipse’s long-awaited delivery by whiling away your day getting through this whopper of a cruise wrap. We promise it’ll buy you at least an hour of idle time.
Cruise wrap: Creative Cruising incentive, Viking’s new itineraries + MORE!
The cruise industry has been busy this week! This wrap is practically overflowing with launches, deals and all manner of cruise news.
Cruise wrap: Aurora teams up with NASA scientist, P&O’s Big Laugh Comedy fest returns + MORE!
Tired of your colleagues outsmarting you when it comes to the latest cruise brochures and deals? Get the upper hand right here.
National Geographic urges public to ‘Make Good – Defy Plastic’ with innovative new platform
We love a good sustainability initiative here at Travel Weekly, despite housing a rather large plastic bottle collection that takes up the entire office storeroom.
G Adventures and Nat Geo announce family travel offering
by Christian Fleetwood
Sick of bearing the brunt of frostbite and cabin fever on your lonesome? Never fret. You can bring your kids along for G Adventures’ and Nat Geo’s new offering.
National Geographic launches sustainable luggage made from water bottles
Need to upgrade your luggage but don’t want to feel guilty about buying new? These sustainable suitcases are the answer you’ve been searching for.
MH370’s final moments pieced together in new documentary
by Ali Coulton
National Geographic’s Drain the Oceans series claims the doomed flight went into a ‘death spiral’ before plunging into the ocean.
National Geographic unveils terrifying imagery of our ocean’s plastic problem
by Ali Coulton
We hate single-use plastic so much that we’ve taken to throwing used tea bags at anyone in the office who so much as touches a plastic fork.
Check out Nat Geo’s 2017 travel photographer of the year
We love a bit of travel photography at TW, although it’s nothing compared to our Instagram page, “Dried apricots that look like Barnaby Joyce”.
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