Articles tagged “trafalgar”

Are Cultural Tours Built on Exploitation?

Are Cultural Tours Built on Exploitation?

Sarah Enelow-Snyder, Skift

Cultural tours to communities of color involve many parties: travel advisors, tour operators, service providers, travelers themselves, and more. So who's responsible for making sure that a trip to an indigenous community or a historically black neighborhood is carried out ethically?

3 months ago

Tour Operators Push Off-Season Deals to Counter Overtourism

Tour Operators Push Off-Season Deals to Counter Overtourism

Dan Peltier, Skift

Tour operators addressing overtourism have essentially gone mainstream in recent years as more travelers have demanded alternatives to crowded city centers. In 2019, we will likely see more companies step in to do the right thing.

1 year ago

Trafalgar and Sister Brands Expand Into Southern and Eastern Africa

Trafalgar and Sister Brands Expand Into Southern and Eastern Africa

Richard Holmes, Skift

The Travel Corp. is taking three of its core brands to Africa for the first time. It’s a savvy move, leveraging the local knowledge and infrastructure of its sister companies on the continent, with the feel-good upside of boosting inbound tourism to Africa.

1 year ago

Tour Operators Look to TripAdvisor for User Reviews, Warts and All

Tour Operators Look to TripAdvisor for User Reviews, Warts and All

Dan Peltier, Skift

Nothing speaks to TripAdvisor's ascendance than travel operators literally begging for the service to allow users to review their products.

5 years ago