• TravelBulletin for July 2019

    In this month’s issue we take a look at how we can be better at attracting young people to a career in the travel industry, which includes interviews with some of this year’s NTIA Young Agent of the Year nominees. We also have features on Western Europe, South Africa, India and Sri Lanka and Faith Journeys. Plus a bumper feature for BEN focused on NSW, Business View, Cruise and of course our latest news analysis.

  • TravelBulletin for June 2019

    When two plus two’s not you: single parent families are on the rise and there’s a gap in the market for travel catering to this group. We’ve also got features on Thailand, USA, Christmas and winter markets, skiing and New Zealand. And of course our usual coverage of the most recent news for travel, cruise, business events and careers.

  • 2019 Land Supplier Guide

    The 2019 edition of our annual Land Supplier Guide is now available. This year, we’ve changed the name from the […]

  • TravelBulletin for May 2019

    Our special green issue, featuring an in-depth look at the impact that sustainable practices in travel can really have, plus features on Canada and Alaska, South America, the Caribbean and Ireland and our regular coverage of business events, cruise and the latest news

  • Voyages to Antiquity present their Winter 2018/19 programme

    Voyages to Antiquity’s exciting new 2018/19 programme is now on sale.

  • Faifai Lemu, it’s the Samoan Way of life

    “WE are all travellers in the wilderness of this world, and the best we can find in our travels is an honest friend” — Robert Louis Stevenson. Lisa Maroun explores Samoa and discovers why this famous Scottish author fell in love with the Samoans and their island nation, so much so he requested his final resting place to be in the island nation.

  • Lucky Eight

    MALAYSIA is bursting with variety, offering rainforest adventures, fish-filled reefs, holiday islands, historic towns and cultural diversity. Brian Johnston gives us eight of its highlights.1. KUALA LUMPUR

  • Tokyo By Night

    TOKYO doesn’t stop at night. In fact, it comes to life. And there’s so much for newcomers to enjoy, writes Ben Groundwater.

  • The full spectrum

    LAST month saw the launch of Royal Caribbean International’s (RCI)newest member of the fleet — the all new Quantum Ultra Class, Spectrum of the Seas. The ship has been designed specifically for the Asian market and will be homeported out of Shanghai for most of the year with a stint out of Hong Kong. Itineraries will be shorter with 3, 5 and 7 day voyages on offer, visiting Korea and Japan.

  • In brief: cruise news July 2019 issue

    WHEN MSC Opera collided with Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection’s River Countess in Venice following a mechanical failure last month, it prompted renewed discussions about whether large cruise vessels should be allowed to access the city via the Giudecca Canal.

  • A very Cruiseco Christmas

    CRUISECO has released its new Christmas Collection brochure, featuring a selection of travel options and additional value designed to get families out of their homes and into holiday mode during the festive season.

  • CMV marks bumper Aussie season

    CRUISE & Martime Voyages (CMV) is set to showcase the best of Australia when its ship, Vasca da Gama, arrives down under for its second season in 2020/21.

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