Journese Unveils 2023/24 Australia and New Zealand Tours

Journese has released its new 2023/24 Australia & New Zealand sales brochure, offering a curated product portfolio, including new hotels and activities across the countries. Sample itineraries are also highlighted to showcase the experiences curated for discerning travelers.

The colorful brochure includes the tour operator’s choices, from private resort residences, private transfers, car rentals and ferry options to rail and cruise voyages, including Windstar Cruises. Guests can traverse the coastal waters of Cairns, Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland and Christchurch, besides the Tasman Sea and the Great Barrier Reef. The small-ship cruises can also be combined with shore excursions. On a luxury train expedition, travelers can discover Australia’s outback or see the volcanoes of Tongariro National Park, besides the rugged Pacific Coast, Canterbury Plains and the Southern Alps in New Zealand. Off-train excursions are also available.

Additionally, Journese offers real-time rates and room inventory at many of the hotels featured in this brochure, besides all classes of air service and value-added promotions such as special room rates, complimentary nights, daily breakfast and resort credits for a fully immersive vacation.

The tour operator also offers cancel-for-any-reason trip protection plans beginning at $49 per person including COVID-19 coverage and commission protection. It is currently waiving brand change fees on new land bookings.

“With the opening of Australia and New Zealand and the strength of the U.S. dollar, we expect 2023 to be a banner year for these destinations,” said Amy Comparato, senior brand director, Journese, in a press release. “We are excited to offer an immersive portfolio of vetted hotels, resorts, excursions and more to fulfill every travelers’ bucket list dreams. Travel is much easier since there are no testing requirements to enter the U.S. for U.S. citizens.”

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