The safest and most dangerous destinations for LGBTQ+ travellers
As we approach 2020, it’s difficult to believe that for LGBTQ+ people, planning a trip can still be a minefield. Check out this helpful list to help keep your clients safe.
STUDY: Aussies prefer comfort of their own backyard when it comes to travel
In not so good news for agents, Aussies are most likely to stay close to home instead of exploring far and wide, according to new research.
“Tours and activities are really lagging behind”: Klook marketing boss talks tech in travel
We caught up with Klook’s ANZ marketing director (and Travel DAZE speaker), Jonathan Williams, to talk technology and sustainability in the travel industry.
Travel Weekly teams up with flat earthers on space tourism project
We’re helping launch a group of flat earth truthers into space so they can prove NASA wrong once and for all… and hopefully find their home planet in the process.
PICTURES: Meet the rescue dog who now travels the world
by Ali Coulton
Please enjoy this extremely important story about a chihuahua who is more well-travelled and significantly more stylish than most of Travel Weekly’s staff.
RESEARCH: A quarter of travel choices are made based on food
Similarly, the majority of Travel Weekly’s choices are also based on food. In fact, right now we’re deciding whether to finish another article or abandon ship and go get a kebab instead.
Research shows travel is the real winner this Valentine’s day
Spending Valentine’s day binge-watching Netflix and sipping $4 wine on your lonesome? Well, according to new research, you might be better off.
Here are the seven best ways to save money for travel
If your new year’s resolution is to travel more (it obviously is) then you’re going to want to read these tips so you can afford to jet off.
Travel Weekly sits down with Guinness World Records
We considered entering ourselves into the Guinness World Records for most hours spent procrastinating. How many hours are in a year? Times that by at least seven.
Research: the life changing benefits of backpacking
Finally, we have the science to prove that travel is more than just a fun way to pass the time. It also instils invaluable life skills and lessons.
ATTN Agents: Here’s why you should make social media your BFF
by Sara Axelrod
Sara Axelrod, COO of Local Measure, on how agents and hoteliers can harness the power of social media. Sadly, gifs and memes did not get a mention.
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