World Journeys to open in Aus

World Journeys, which boasts the label of being “a multi-specialist travel company proudly from New Zealand”, has announced that it is to now be “available across the Tasman”.
The company’s hands-on directors say they “are looking forward to sharing their knowledge and zest for travel with like minded souls here in Australia” after the launch tomorrow (Tuesday).
World Journeys says its customers “tend to rave about their wonderful experiences and become World Journeys “groupies”.
“We’ve predominantly opened over here to support family and friends of existing WJ clientele in NZ,” said the firm’s Mark Snoxell.
WJ paints its clientele as being “well travelled and have a keen interest in long haul destinations, rather than the cheapest package holiday to the islands”.
With offerings likely to be more appealing to so-called flashpackers rather than average backpackers (25 days enjoying ‘The best of Southern Africa’, for instance, will set you back just short of $18,000), “World Journeys will only send passengers where they would travel themselves with their own families – there are still great and safe experiences to be had eg Africa with extraordinary wildlife safaris, including fly-in safaris or walking-safaris, Indochina & China, including deluxe river cruises along the Mekong, or India & Indian Ocean, staying in boutique hotels or Maharajah’s Palaces, or rejuvenating at an Ayurvedic retreat…”
As a boutique wholesaler, World Journeys specialises in complex and tailor made bookings with limited guaranteed hosted small group departures.
It says, “With the industry’s trend towards vast amalgamated travel companies and call centres or small niche providers with limited product offering and resources, World Journeys believe that they have a solid platform to offer a unique and pleasurable service to discerning travellers in Australia.”

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