youth travel

Wholesalers

Topdeck unleashes 2022/23 range with revamped travel styles, extra flexibility and new trips

by Sponsored by Topdeck

The youth travel gurus just made it about 1,000 times easier to match your client to their perfect trip, alongside COVID-proof booking terms and a mandatory vax policy. What more could you want?!

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Wholesalers

Topdeck responds to allegations of “alarming and unscrupulous corporate conduct”

by Ali Coulton

Topdeck has come under fire from a few customers over what they are claiming to be some dodgy rebooking tactics by the Flight-Centre-owned brand.

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Road & Rail

Topdeck slashes 25 per cent off a majority of its trips

Get your clients back on board and dreaming again with Topdeck’s new campaign, sweetened with great savings.

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Technology

Travello doubles down on youth market with acquisition of local OTA

The Brisbane-based travel platform is looking a lot more youthful. However, that’s not to suggest its staff have all had a facelift.

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Wholesalers

Contiki announces first trip since April

Are your clients looking to get some extra social distancing from their offspring after being cooped up with them for months? This new Contiki trip should do the trick.

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Wholesalers

“It’s good business to have”: Contiki boss talks pivoting to domestic and why agents should target youth travellers

Adam Armstrong began his stint at Contiki at an interesting time, to say the least.┬áHere’s his game plan for the brand and his advice for agents.

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Wholesalers

Time to hit the road: Contiki launches 14 new ‘Aussie Adventures’

There is no word yet on whether Russell Coight will be leading these new adventures, but we’ve got our fingers and toes crossed.

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Tourism

Contiki launches podcast for those with a hunger for adventure

Run out of podcasts investigating your fave serial killers? Contiki has got you covered.

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Tourism

Should travel companies ban the use of mobile phones?

There’s a strong case for… sorry, we got distracted by something on Instagram. What were we saying?

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Tourism

CALLING ALL YOUTH TRAVEL PROVIDERS: Join Tourism Australia at WYSTC!

In other news, we’re calling for all local baristas to audition for an office coffee station we’re currently campaigning for. We’ll pay you in hugs and caffeine-fueled rants.

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Travel Agents

From tents to super yachts: the changing nature of youth travel

by Ali Coulton

Youth travel has come a long way from dingy hostels and shoestring budgets with many millennials now opting for luxe and experiential travel.

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Destinations

Top travel spots for the youth of today

by Kate Webster

Yep, another boring bucket list. Why can’t the youth of today get more creative?

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