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24/7 Australia and New Zealand In-Country Support!

‘Hi Terry – We had a fabulous trip! It certainly exceeded our expectations. The tours you chose were wonderful. The diverse accommodations were excellent & a lot of fun. We had a fantastic time. We really appreciate your efforts and the landslide issue really demonstrated the value of a travel agent with an in country. Eric & Gale F.’

Destination Weddings

Destination wedding travel is very exciting! Many couples are combining their wedding and their honeymoon to create a perfect destination wedding. Travel Team has a Dedicated Destination Wedding Travel Specialist who specializes in destination weddings. This flexible wedding style has many advantages and is a popular option for couples who want something a little less traditional.

If You’re on a Budget, This is When You Should Travel

Here at Travel Team, we’re always looking for the best time to visit destinations around the globe. Did you know that visiting during an off-peak travel period, you can snag a sweet deal. And in some cases, it can make a typically expensive trip downright affordable. Here’s some examples of the best time of year for travel to certain destinations…

20 Tips Before Traveling Internationally

If this is your first time traveling abroad, or maybe you just need a refresher here’s a list of 20 tips you should do or bring before your trip.

11 Holiday Fun Facts to Drop into Party Small Talk

11 holiday fun facts to drop at your next holiday party. Given the different time zones, Santa has 31 hours to deliver gifts, but his reindeer really have to fly, since that means visiting 823 homes per second.

A Beginner’s Guide to Speaking Australian

Although Australia is an English speaking country, arriving into the country with little knowledge of the “Aussie slang” may just get into you into a few awkward situations. Aussies have a tendency to shorten most words in the English vocabulary.

Field of Light Coming to Uluru

Prior to sundown, you will be collected from your hotel and transferred to the Uluru Camel Farm. Meander for one hour through red sand dunes on your friendly camel. Witness Uluru and Kata Tjuta as your backdrop, as your experienced cameleer describes the unique flora and fauna of the landscape that surrounds you.

Things to See & Places to Go in Australia

Australia, the world’s sixth-largest country and the only nation that has jurisdiction over an entire continent, attracts tourists with an array of natural attractions that range from rare wildlife to geologic phenomena. You can find cultural attractions in many of Australia’s vacation destinations, which include cosmopolitan cities as well as sprawling wildernesses.

Major Airlines Reduce the Size of Carry-On’s Allowed