Breaking Travel News hears from Gavin Tollman, global chief executive of the Travel Corporation-owned brands Trafalgar, Costsaver and Brendan Vacations, about the likely impact of a Covid-19 vaccine on the travel industry
The Travel Corporation has unveiled a new wellbeing director video as part of extensive hygiene measures in place for every guest and on-the-road team member.
The Travel Corporation has redoubled existing commitments to regenerative tourism across its dozens of brands with the launch of a new, five-year sustainability strategy. Here we find out more
The move opens up some of its most popular immersive and hassle-free trips in Italy, Spain, Greece, France and beyond for travel this September and October.
The company is investing in a newly conceived, dedicated wellbeing director position who will be present on every Trafalgar, Insight Vacations and Luxury Gold guided holiday.
In response to consumer and travel agent demand for 2021 holidays, the Travel Corporation’s guided holiday brands have released a selection of their most popular Europe and Britain departures for sale.
To celebrate World Environment Day the TreadRight Foundation will be launching its updated Animal Welfare Policy. The document guides the Travel Corporation’s brands - including Insight Vacations, Luxury Gold, Trafalgar, Costsaver and Contiki - when selecting wildlife experiences for their itineraries.
The Travel Corporation has announced a series of enhanced Covid-19 related protocols and hygiene standards. The new standards will cover offerings from brands including Trafalgar, Luxury Gold, Insight Vacations, Contiki and Costsaver once domestic and international travel resumes.
The TreadRight Foundation has launched a new ‘Tread the Pledge’ fund, awarding $10,000 in grants to community and sustainable tourism development projects around the world.
As the hospitality industry undergoes a period of introspection during the coronavirus pandemic, Shannon Guihan, chief sustainability officer with the Travel Corporation, here explains why now is the perfect time to reassess our relationship with the planet
Adam Armstrong has been selected as the new global chief executive of Contiki. He will be based out of Geneva, Switzerland, with a start date to be announced shortly.