TravelManagers continues its strong emphasis on exclusive famils with eight personal travel managers’ recently experiencing the best The Whitsundays has to offer. The group flew courtesy of Qantas Airways and was hosted by Kate Dancaster from Sunlover Holidays.
Participants included Western Australia based Lesley Cavill representative for Mosman Park and Kelly Savka representative for Balga; Kristina Acevski representative for Merewether Heights and Louise Gillogly representative for Parkes in New South Wales; Victoria based Theresa Kwong representative for Hughesdale and from Queensland were Nannette Gledhill representative for Craiglie, Andrea Turner representative for Windsor and Karen Christie representative for Woody Point.
TravelManagers’ personal travel managers on One Tree Hill Hamilton Island (from left) back row: Theresa Kwong, Nannette Gledhill, Lesley Cavill, Kate Dancaster, Andrea Turner and Louise Gillogly. Front row: Kelly Savka, Karen Christie and Kristina Acevski
The personal travel managers all agree that The Whitsundays sheltered by the Great Barrier Reef, provide Australian’s with an exotic and relaxing island beach holiday destination right on their very own back door step.
“The Whitsundays are truly beautiful – the pictures certainly don’t do it justice. The crystal clear waters and pure white sand has to really be seen to be believed! There’s a great range of accommodation from the popular Hamilton Island right through to the luxurious Hayman Island. Foodies too won’t be disappointed – I can highly recommend the Coca Chu on Hamilton Island. The menu is inspired by the hawker-style street food of South East Asia, the duck with chilli coriander ginger was to die for!” says Kwong.
Gledhill says the famil opened her eyes to The Whitsundays as a versatile holiday destination.
TravelManagers’ personal travel managers (from left): Andrea Turner, Karen Christie, Kelly Savka, Kate Dancaster, Lesley Cavill, Theresa Kwong, Louise Gillogly, Kristina Acevski and Nannette Gledhill enjoy a glass of champagne at Port Airlie just before embarking on private launch to One & Only Hayman Island.
“I hadn’t been there before and I was surprised at how much these islands had to offer. Relaxation and great food for a long weekend or an extended holiday with more adventure such as sailing, snorkeling, bush walks and exploring this nature playground. I was impressed with the wide range of accommodation options available also. I will definitely be recommending The Whitsundays as an alternative beach holiday destination to clients as a result of this educational.”
Savka discovers that Hamilton Island provides a great destination for a family holiday.
“There are no shortage of fun and interactive kids experiences at Hamilton Island to keep even the fussiest children entertained! Unlike most kids clubs that cater often for kids over 3 years, the Clownfish Club welcomes children from only 6 weeks old, providing a real selling point for families.”
With a great golf course often at the top of clients ‘must have’ list, The Whitsundays certainly doesn’t disappoint.
“Even the most experienced golfer will enjoy the challenge that this 18 hole golf course located at Dent Island provides. With is stunning sea views you can’t help but smile even when you hit a double bogey,” laughs Turner.
TravelManagers’ personal travel managers (from left): Kelly Savka, Lesley Cavill, Andrea Turner, Karen Christie, Kate Dancaster, Nannette Gledhill, Louise Gillogly, Kristina Acevski and , Theresa Kwong explore the beauty at One & Only Hayman Island
TravelManagers attribute the exceptional, strong and effective business relationships with key airline, cruise and wholesale suppliers with providing personal travel managers the ability to experience exclusive educationals, to a variety of worldwide destinations.
“Supplier relationships have been built over many years and support of our partner suppliers’ products is absolutely key to our business model. The ability for our personal travel managers to experience dedicated famils is a large part of this support, says Executive General Manager, Michael Gazal.
Gazal further adds “TravelManagers prides itself on providing exceptional and personal customer service which comes from firsthand knowledge and experience. Educationals that allow immersion into a destination, such as our co-created dedicated supplier famils, are so important and why we proactively work to provide as many educational opportunities as possible.”
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