Whether it’s island hopping through the Whitsundays, sipping on world-class wine in South Australia, spotting only-in-Australia wildlife or hearing ancient stories from the world’s oldest living culture, every travel experience your clients want can be found right here in Australia.
The airline’s young fleet of sustainable aircraft has enabled it to continue flying throughout the pandemic and rapidly rebuild its global network to more than 650 weekly flights to over 85 destinations.
Whether you are looking for unique cultural experiences, luxury hotels, restaurant suggestions or private transfers and guides.The Vienna Tourist Board is your point of contact to the luxury, business and leisure travel industries in Vienna.
Monaco’s internationally renowned setting is ready and waiting to welcome travellers back with their prestige and high-end tourism experiences. Discover what’s happening in Monaco…
Luxury travel operators are used to targeting a mix of international and domestic travellers, but with borders closed many are having to focus on local audiences for now. One positive story Australian tourism can tell is the rich history and culture of our Indigenous peoples.
Experts predict that far-flung wilderness destinations and naturally self-isolating honeymoon hotspots will top the list for luxury travellers in 2021.
Co-Founder of the Transformational Travel Council, Jake Haupert is proud to be shaping the transformational travel (r)evolution and the emergent transformation economy. Find out more about his panel discussion at Luxperience Virtual 2020, and upcoming publication.
Tourism Australia is thrilled to announce the launch of MOUA (Museum of Underwater Art) in Townsville North Queensland. Bookings are now being taken, get ready to be inspired and discover the Reef’s greatest stories #inspiredbyMOUA
Luxury travel advisors have always played a large role in travel decision-making for HNWI and UHNWIs. But in a world where health and safety is expected to be paramount, their role is even more critical as travellers look for first-hand assurance on aspects of their trip.
It’s not just that luxury travellers will expect hygiene and social distancing. Rosie Spinks, Global Tourism Reporter for Skift, says they will be looking for a different type of trip – and they’ll be prepared to pay for it.