33. Kirsty Thomas-Thoeun – Indotrek

Kirsty is the Director of Sales and Business Development Manager for Indochina. Kirsty also looks after Indotrek, the high end adventure brand established by Indochina.

Taking on board their 18 years experience in the region, Indotrek is focused more towards adventure itinerary’s for Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, MyanmarThailand and other multi-country itineraries.

In this prodcast episode, Kirsty discusses four main themes: cycling, treking, kayaking and dirt biking. This also leads into things like bird watching in the national parks, with the possibility of riding a Vespa through the country side. Stay in a 5 star hotel, or a monastery, or get the most out of your experience by staying with the locals.

kirsty thomas-thoeun trails of indochina 2Kirsty has been a specialist in the Indochina travel industry for 20 years and shares secrets on how to get the most out of your unique travel experience, including “how-to” instructions on seeking out the real local experience and getting off the beaten track with personalised tours.

You can get up front and personal with the locals and attractions, all the while having a 24/7 English speaking care team at your disposal for any inquiry no matter how small or large.

Topics covered in this podcast episode include:

  • What destinations does Indotrek operate in?
  • What sort of activities are in Indotrek itineraries?
  • How does Indotrek differ from other adventure brands?
  • What level of accommodation?
  • Set departures or FIT?

 

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32. Kirsty Thomas-Thoeun – Trails of Indochina

In this podcast episode, Kirsty Thomas-Thoeun of Trails of Indochina, an Ensemble-on-Location tour specialist, gives advice on how to get the most out of a visit to Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand.

kirsty thomas-thoeun trails of indochina 2Kirsty has been a specialist in the Indochina travel industry for 20 years and shares secrets on how to get the most out of your unique travel experience, including “how-to” instructions on seeking out the real local experience and getting off the beaten track with personalised tours.

You can get up front and personal with the locals and attractions, all the while having a 24/7 English speaking care team at your disposal for any inquiry no matter how small or large.

Topics covered in this podcast episode with Kirsty Thomas-Thoeun of Trails of Indochina include:

  • How did you get involved in travel?
  • What are your favourite places to travel to?
  • Who do you think would enjoy to travel with Trails of Indochina
  • Tell us a bit about what Trails of Indochina’s unique experiences?
  • What standard of accommodation do Trails of Indochina offer?
  • Are your itineraries tailor made or set departures
  • Trails of Indochina owns various cruise vessels in Indochina… tells us about that?
  • Favourite destinations, hotels, experiences within the region

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31. Travelling to Vanuatu – Anne Lee

anne lee vanuatu travel office australiaJust a few hours from Australia and New Zealand, travelling to Vanuatu is ideal for a romantic escape or fun-filled family holiday. Couples, families, adrenalin junkies and serenity seekers will all find plenty to do.

It is a place to slow down and relax in the moment, or work up the energy to indulge in a plethora of invigorating experiences.

From climbing to the rim of an active volcano, to soaking yourself under a stunning waterfall, day cruising between islands or careering through the jungle on a buggy fun adventure; Vanuatu has a wide range of activities that will make your holiday truly memorable.

About Anne Lee & the Vanuatu Travel Office Australia

Originally from the UK, Anne Lee travelled the world after university. During those travels, Anne visited Australia and New Zealand.

After returning to the UK to work in the travel industry, Anne returned to Australia 6 years ago to work in the Vanuatu Travel Office.

30. Berlin – John Vespasian

Here’s some great tips and insights for anyone travelling to Berlin:

Getting around Berlin is easy with their extensive public transport system. The tramways are a great way to see the city.

Berlin has magnificent museums. Inside these museums you can see Greek temples reassembled stone by stone, antiquities from ancient Egypt, and buildings from the Babylonian empire.

There are huge parks and gardens in Berlin that are so large, it would take you hours to walk through them.

On Sunday, everything in Berlin in closed. Completely closed, which is unusual for a big European city.

There are excellent cuisine and restaurants in Berlin.

For shopping you’ll want to go to the KaDeWe Mall, one of the most famous malls in the world. It isn’t like your usual mall. The construction is of solid stone with walls in unusual places. The best brands of clothing and the finest restaurants are located in this mall.

Who is John Vespasian?

John Vespasian is from Holland and has travelled to Berlin many times. He’s an author of personal development books based on history.

29. Discover the World – Marilu Vitale

In today’s episode of the Luxury Travel Podcast, Allen Suss speaks with Marilu Vitale of Discover the World.

The team at Discover the World are big on Ideas and are passionate about their work. With a global presence and local expertise they pride ourselves on client satisfaction and as a result, hold a track record of delivery.

Discover the World represents:

  • Caesars Entertainment Resorts & Hotels
  • Expedia Travel Agents Affiliate Program
  • Ugo Transfers
  • Affordable Car Hire
  • Celestyal Cruises
  • Variety Cruises
  • Hebridean Island Cruises
  • Aeromexico
  • bmi regional
  • Copa Airlines
  • GOL
  • Ukraine International Airlines
  • and Air Tahiti Nui

The DTW team works to maintain high performance, provide support and creative thinking. Their philosophy is to never stop discovering.

DTW provides its clients with security knowing that they have been in business since 1982 with a strong financial background and a large agency distribution within Australia.

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