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Travel Bites – July 2017

GTI’s monthly takeouts from the Australian market and travel industry

GTI-LOGO.pngCANADA MARCH ARRIVALS

12,350 Australians visited Canada in March 2017, a 15.5% increase YoY. Australian arrivals from January to March 2017 also show a strong increase, up 23.7%. Air Canada has also announced new seasonal nonstop services four times a week between Melbourne and Vancouver from 3 December, 2017 to 4 February, 2018.

Butterfield & Robinson reveals new trips and destinations for 2018

Butterfield & Robinson – the world’s premier active travel company – has announced six new trips for 2018, including a self-guided walking trip in the Cotswolds, cycling in Romania, and a handful of itineraries in new destinations across Europe. With over 50 years of planning and executing unique and unforgettable trips, B&R continues to cement its legacy as a leading active and luxury tour operator for its travellers.

Sydneysiders get a taste for Las Vegas invite to exclusive meet and greet with Chef Roy and Jordan Bruno

The ‘Entertainment Capital of the World’ has long been associated with culinary indulgence, but perhaps not for all the right reasons. Over the last few years however, Las Vegas has redefined the destination’s gastronomy and wine experiences, now serving up the most comprehensive collection of celebrity chefs, world-class restaurants and Master Sommeliers in the world.

Gripping views and life unmarred highlight Butterfield & Robinson’s new India Walking trip for 2018

Dedicated to adding unique and authentic experiences at every turn, Butterfield & Robinson, the world’s premier active travel company, announces India Walking for 2018. Focused on wonderful sights and cultural experiences across the region, the one week tour from Jodhpur to Narlai to Delwara is designed for travellers to slow down and immerse themselves in India’s heritage. The India Walking trip also marks a return to the vibrant Rajasthan region for B&R, whose guests will enjoy preferential treatment at signature hotels and a recreational level of daily activity.