Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, sits down with Gavin Tollman, chief executive of Trafalgar, to discuss the changing UK hospitality market, a rollout in Africa and why government taxation is not the answer to overtourism around the world
The TreadRight Foundation is celebrating World Water Day today with its partner, WE, an international charity committed to delivering a sustainable development model that empowers people to transform themselves, their families, their communities and the world.
Paris is famous for its perfumes, and guests travelling on Trafalgar’s seven-night Paris Explorer itinerary this year are in for a fragrant delight.
The Travel Corporation has appointed Rachel Coffey as sales and business development director for four of its guided holiday brands - Trafalgar, Insight Vacations, Costsaver and Luxury Gold – in the UK
The Travel Corporation and its family of 29 award-winning brands has revealed it annual #TTCTop10 bucket list of travel experiences for 2019.
Jordan is certainly having a moment: an increasing number of travellers are adding the Middle Eastern country to their agendas for 2019 with the UNESCO city of Petra, desert of Wadi Rum, beaches of the Dead Sea and fascinating history proving an irresistible lure.
The TreadRight Foundation has unveiled a new video detailing the work of Wildlife SOS in India. The piece introduces the Travel Corporation’s family of brands’ guests to the heartening Wildlife SOS Elephant Conservation and Care Centre in the country.
Having been appointed as managing director of Red Carnation in 2000, Jonathan Raggett has overseen the rapid expansion of company’s portfolio from four to 17 luxury boutique hotels. Here he tells Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole what differentiates the company from its competitors in London and around the world
Taking up leadership of both organisations last year, Hefel Böhler, chief executive of Insight Vacations and Luxury Gold, has quickly remade them in her own image. Here she tells Breaking Travel News about the breakneck speed of change in the travel industry and what she has learnt over the past year
Despite covering Morocco and Egypt in northern Africa, the call of wild adventures in eastern and sub-Saharan Africa has been strong, and today the global youth travel brand has announced a suite of new trips to the region.
For the first time in 72 years, guided holiday expert Trafalgar has launched a dedicated programme in Africa. The new portfolio features ten handcrafted trips visiting nine countries, including trips to five brand new destinations; Botswana, Namibia, Zambia, Tanzania and Kenya.