NEW luxury elite travel company, Latitude 33, has been announced as a finalist for the prestigious annual Australian Luxperience Awards, being one of three operators in the running, after many submissions were judged, for the ‘Luxperience Buyer Inspiring Award’.
Owner and founder Brett Dudley said that the nomination was a great honour after Latitude 33 only being in operation for less than 12 months. The nomination is for the inaugural Latitude 33 ‘Seven Wonders of Africa, an exclusive high-end tour that ran in January this year. The 32-day immersive tour utilised only the most prestigious partners for accommodation, transportation and immersive experiences that reflect a degree of difference for all that participated.
After such a positive humbling response to the 2016 tour, the 2017 departure has already been sold out for some months with the release of the 2018 version eminent and is expected to sell out in weeks.
Mr Dudley added, “We are very proud, after less than a year of operation, to be placed in the high esteem alongside with our fellow finalists. To be acknowledged and recognised as a leading luxury travel company is very rewarding”.
The 2016 Luxperience Awards dinner will be held on September 20 at the Four Points By Sheraton, Darling Harbour.