Taiwan’s continued success in controlling Covid-19 is a reminder that New Zealand’s ‘travel bubble’ plans should not be restricted to Australia and the Pacific, a number of trade sources point out.
Paul Dymond, managing director of Wendy Wu Tours in New Zealand says the Taiwanese seem to have successfully managed Covid-19 and should soon be in a position to open borders with
Exotic Holidays is reporting a number of ‘rays of hope’ that indicate travel is inching back towards resumption.
Referring to updates from its destination marketing companies (DMCs) and media reports, Exotic says that domestic travel, including flights, is resuming or close to resuming in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Thailand.
Exotic Holidays is promoting a cutural tour in Taiwan for when it is safe to travel again.
Priced from $5297 per person twin share, the new nine-day land only tour visits some of the country’s key highlights.
Taiwan is being widely recognised a success story in the battle against Covid-19 at present.
Fez Tours, represented here by Exotic Holidays, has come up with a number of options for clients who are booked but no longer able to travel to Turkey over ANZAC Day. Along with travel restrictions around the world, ANZAC Day events such as the Dawn Service at Gallipoli will be cancelled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Fez Travel GSA, Exotic Holidays, is promoting a nine-day Uzbekistan Classic Tour priced from $2899 per person twin share.
The Travel Agents Association of New Zealand (TAANZ) is engaging with government to get its short, medium and long term views around the ‘sustainable contribution of tourism and travel to the economy.
Travelling the Dochula Pass is one of the major drawcards of a seven-day Highlights of Bhutan tour being offered by Exotic Holidays.
When Exotic Holidays started operating on 18 February 2010 there was a sense of doom and gloom around the world economy, something the travel industry hadn’t escaped.