Exotic Holidays has extended its product range deeper into Europe with the launch of a range of river cruises.
Exotic Holidays is looking forward to a strong 2019 after what managing director Rahul Sharma describes as a ‘frantic’ end to last year.
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The Fez road show travelled around New Zealand mid November.
South Caucasus, encompassing the destinations of Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, is among the new frontiers for New Zealand travellers, agents heard at roadshows around the country last week.
Fez Travel and GSA Exotic Holidays visited a number of centres, culminating in an Auckland presentation at dinner at the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron on Friday night.
Fez managing director Ekrem Usta says the company is seeing renewed interest in Egypt and Turkey, as well as having continued success in areas such as The Balkans. However, it is also seeing interest in Caucasus – a region that has an increased profile in the company’s 2019 brochure.
The wide diversity of Malaysia is the focus of a campaign that has been launched by Exotic Holidays, in conjunction with Tourism Malaysia.
Exotic has five-night wellness (Ananda) packages in the Himalayas that can be extended to seven, 14 and 21 nights to suit clients. Price is on application.
Exotic Holidays is promoting a 10-day, nine-night itinerary that includes a kampung (village homestay) experience.