• TravelBulletin for June 2021

    Results from the Travel Daily Survival survey, no good news for Bestjet creditors, NCL’s new build and more.

  • TravelBulletin for May 2021

    Navigating COVID-19 and the future for AFTA, details of Celebrity Cruises’ newest ship, Hurtigruten’s change and more.

  • TravelBulletin for April 2021

    Flying under the weight of COVID: how Qatar Airways has continued operating during COVID, discover the new exciting destination of AlUla and more.

  • TravelBulletin for March 2021

    Sarina Bratton’s dive into the deep end of officialdom, why Fiji should be top of your wishlist and more.

  • 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.

  • CLIA view: 30,000 supporters strengthen our case

    JOEL Katz, Managing Director CLIA Australasia

  • Chaos in the Kimberley

    KIMBERLEY cruise seasons were scattered across the proverbial floor last month, with both confirmations and cancellations rife, while others played their cards close to their chest.

  • RSSC drops local season

    REGENT Seven Seas Cruises has been forced to suspend its previously planned 2021/22 Seven Seas Explorer season in Asia-Pacific, with the ship to instead take over three of Seven Seas Mariner’s cruises from October in Venice.

  • Norwegian unveils Prima, first new ship in three years

    NORWEGIAN Cruise Line last month opened for sale Norwegian Prima, its much-anticipated new ship, which debuted as the company’s most in-demand vessel.