There is no COVID doom and gloom at the Australia & New Zealand Travel company (ANZ Travel Co) right now! The team says they have been working hard to get their customers and travel agents the best travel deals for 2022.
The team at Australia & New Zealand Travel company (ANZ Travel Co) is ready for 2022 with a positive outlook on what this year means for travel and is here to inspire the industry with its uplifting #TogetherinTravel message.
“Australians will travel this year and whether it’s at home or nearby, we are ready to go,” says Russ Masterton, General Manager.
“Don’t be concerned about the Ghan and Indian Pacific being sold out with other suppliers – your favourite wholesaler, whether it be us or another company, are holding group bookings to make sure your customer gets a chance to travel on these iconic rail journeys in 2022,” says Russ.
Australia & New Zealand Travel Company says it has seen the cost of car hire go through the roof 2022. The team has spent time sourcing independent suppliers that offer car hire at reduced rates to ensure you still get value for money on fly-drive holidays.
As far as hotels go, for places like Broome, Darwin, Port Douglas and Alice Springs, the hot tip is to book now.
With Australia & New Zealand Travel Company the discounted rates for the high season have been released and it’s worth booking early to save compared to expensive winter peak season rates.
“Many of our Aussie escorted tour operators are seeing a surge in 2022 bookings now, as Australians are deciding to holiday at home again in 2022,” adds Russ.
Top End, the Kimberley, Norfolk Island and Tassie tour operators are advising all customers to book their space now to avoid disappointment.
Russ says the message is simple, “the best service you can offer your customers now is that despite the media hype on COVID19, their travel professionals are here, open for business and ready to show you Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific in 2022.”
“It’s up to us to lead the way and give your customers the confidence to book travel and book now.”
Click here for more information.
Share this story