Abercrombie & Kent presents its 2015 portfolio of inspiring Connections European River Cruise journeys.
Etihad Flight College is now authorised to provide the Multi Crew Pilot Licence (MPL) training program.
Layne Beachley, has received an Officer in the General Division of the Order of Australia.
New Manila Center will support CWT’s growing client base and internal operations globally.
New study reveals majority of Australian travellers prefer beach holidays, but baby boomers are opting for adventurous jaunts.
The local Adelaide Hills community is keen to remind all travellers to South Australia that the Hills are safe and open for business.
Tourism Port Douglas and Daintree is calling for all film makers and photographers to take part in its latest consumer campaign - Show Me Your Paradise.
Laucala Island has it all.
Jonah’s Restaurant and Boutique Hotel at Whale Beach in Sydney has started the new year with a new executive chef and head sommelier.
Following a sell-out success in its first year, the Tjungu Festival returns to Ayers Rock Resort from Thursday 23 to Sunday 26 April 2015.
Australian Air Holidays has just launched its first annual 124 page brochure of over 30 enticing tours.
Hala Abu Dhabi Enters Preferred Sales Agreements With 45 Leading Tour Operators Across The World.
Scenic has launched its first ever series of pre-release Europe river cruising information sessions.
Thailand has been named the “Sexiest Romance/Honeymoon Destination in Asia” by readers of US-based Recommend magazine.
Rubal Chaudhry Brings International Experience to the JW Marriott Hotel Chandigarh.
Channeling the power of data and mobile technology are top priorities for travel managers.
Launched last year by Qantas Loyalty, Aquire rewards SMEs for purchasing goods and services that they would ordinarily buy as part of normal business.
A 21 year old Sydney songstress and a Northern Territory based indigenous rock/reggae band will be among the Australian entertainers performing the 2015 G’DAY USA Gala.
Deserted islands, desert dunes, daring divers (sea and sky) and a cute panda all made the cut in celebrating a great year in travel for Viator customers.
International visitors to the United States spent $18.4 billion on travel to, and tourism-related activities within, the US in November.