16 July 2020
For immediate release:
Adventure World Travel has released its in-depth Peace of Mind Policy, providing additional confidence to its agency networks and travelling clients.
An audit with thorough assessment of all on-the-ground operations and procedures was conducted to further enhance its health and safety protocols. Adventure World Travel has committed to improving every aspect of the tailor-made experience so travellers can be confident that all possible measures have been undertaken to safeguard their trip.
As a part of The Travel Corporation’s (TTC) Family of Brands, Adventure World Travel has been awarded the World Travels and Tourism Council (WTTC) Safe Travels Stamp for compliance, fulfilling all WTTC global health and safety protocols which were developed alongside health experts, governments and industry professionals.
Neil Rodgers, Adventure World Travel Managing Director commented that “To best assist our agency networks, we have adhered and implemented the highest of safeguard measures to provide comfort and security for their clients trips, whilst minimising any unnecessary impact on their trip. We have over 40 years of experience in managing unexpected situations in diverse and off-the-beaten-track destinations and remain incredibly agile to ensure we follow the most up-to-date government and World Health Organisation advice.”
Travelling with Security
Adventure World Travel’s tailor-made style of travel means your clients can have a private driver and an independent trip away from the crowds. Let their team of destination experts recommend small, boutique accommodation as well as wildlife and wilderness experiences. Plus, being a part of The Travel Corporation, who are celebrating their 100th anniversary this year, means travellers can be reassured they’re booking with an experienced, trustworthy and secure company.
Enhanced Hygiene Protocols
Working closely with its partners, Adventure World Travel has further enhanced its health and safety protocols to keep up with the now everchanging nature of travel restrictions and safety protocols. The Adventure World Travel team will handle all necessary changes and keep travellers informed with reliable updates. Additionally, the in-destination operations teams and local guides have been trained to ensure the highest level of safety and hygiene and any necessary physical distancing. Sanitiser and tissues are also available in all vehicles and at all touchpoints along the journey.
For more information visit Adventure World Travel’s Peace of Mind page at adventureworld.com.au/peace-of-mind/ or call 1300 295 049.
For media contact and high-res images:
Laura Hodges – PR Executive, The Travel Corporation (TTC)