It’s no secret that bartending is a popular choice for Australians who want to earn money while travelling the world.
Expedia’s Vacation Deprivation Report reveals the beach is just a sandy office for Kiwis.
U.S. outbound totaled 51.8 million for 2013, up one percent, 'Solid' growth in travel to most regions for the month.
As technology advances and the world of social media expands, more and more travelers are turning towards smart phones and tablets to book hotel rooms.
Delays and inferior accommodation are the biggest irritations for New Zealanders when travelling according to Southern Cross Travel Insurance.
There are no breaks for holiday park owners at this time of year – and that’s just the way they like it.
The majority of travelers are happy with their hotel stays, according to a new analysis by ReviewPro of 15,399,132 online guest reviews written in 24 languages over one year.
Today, Travel Leaders Group unveiled the 2014 results of its authoritative annual Travel Trends Survey.
New Zealand’s 2014 hot spots Listopedia.
Leading travel search site Skyscanner has delved deep into the data den to reveal the destinations most frequented by Australians in 2013 and unveil their predictions for 2014.
Two-thirds (65%) of global travellers and over three-quarters (77%) of Aussies admit to taking something from a hotel following their stay, with toiletries being the most popular pilfered items.
Robust passenger growth for APAC and Middle East through to 2017.
ITB World Travel Trends Report reveals a surge in travel.
TripAdvisor®, the world’s largest travel site*, today announced the winners of its 2013 Travellers’ Choice™ Awards for Destinations on the Rise.
With technology adoption on a rise, the expectations of travellers have also increased manifolds.
108 million passengers cam through the United States in FY2013.
New Zealand’s leading tourism operator thl today forecast a strong recovery in the six months to 31 December 2013 and signalled its confidence in the potential for Asian markets to drive growth in Ne...
Singapore continues to be a popular destination choice.
Expedia and Egencia Future of Travel study reveals the rise of the millennials.
Increase in Asian and American visitors, decrease from UK and Africa.