Taps into 70+ year experience to make the region more accessible than ever before
ASIA DMC’s Aussie Group MD Mr Linh Le to host VNAT’s Vietnam Roadshow in August Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) and Singapore Airlines to launch the Vietnam Tourism Roadshow, a cele...
Twenty years after a catastrophic accident which left him partially paralysed, rock and mountain climber, Paul Pritchard, is returning to Tasmania’s Totem Pole
Croatia specialist, Beyond Travel, has just released its largest collection to date of exclusive Croatian Special Journeys for 2018, after a sell-out season this year
It’s never been a better time to go to Latin America: new flight connections, more infrastructure, new modern hotels and accommodation, UNESCO must-see sites
Destination Asia has promoted Katie Buxton to the position of Global Director of Sales for Destination Asia Group and appointed Sarah Noonan as General Manager of its Hong Kong
Big things are happening at Excite Holidays, and today they are thrilled to announce the launch of their brand new activity search!
Scenic is helping travellers see more of Africa, refreshing two key itineraries in its new 2018 program to ensure guests spend more time in iconic destinations
Independent boutique tour operator Travel Directors has introduced a newly revamped, modernised and larger brochure for 2018-19
At the Formula 1 race in Budapest, Hungary in July 2017, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) displayed an icon of Thailand – a 34-year-old Tuk Tuk that had been driven from Bangkok to Prague
Geographically, Patagonia starts at the Lakes District from Bariloche in Argentina and Port Montt in Chile and finishes way down south at the tip of Cape Horn
I would like to tell you about the many scheduled train services your clients can catch to Aguas Calientes, the closest village to the Machu Picchu ruins
Colombia’s’ Lost City. Teyuna, known as the Lost City -or Ciudad Perdida in Spanish-, is deep within the country Caribbean-coast jungle
From white sand Caribbean beaches to the mighty Amazon river and jungle, Colombia is a country that has it all
Llamas, Alpacas, Vicuñas, Guanacos… What are they?
Discovered by the Spanish in 1535 and named after the giant tortoises “Galapago”, the Galapagos Islands is a volcanic archipelago located about 1,000 kilometres of the Ecuadorian coast in the Pacific...
Machu Picchu is an extraordinary site, and I bet your clients are eager to tick it off their bucket list; however, there is a lot more to Latin America than Machu Picchu
The lake is the highest navigable lake in the world with an elevation of 3,812 metres above sea level, and 3200 square miles in size, up to a 1000 feet deep
Leading adventure travel company encourages travellers to say ‘Jambo’ to some hot Africa offers
This special voyage will take visitors into the heart of the country and into the heart of the community