In this series of seven podcasts, prominent travel identities chat to TellmeWhere2Go about adjusting to the Covid era. From travel restrictions to how they view the current state of their industry sector, our guests discuss what they see ahead and how they’ve had to adapt.
We also asked them, where they’d rather be? The answers may just surprise you.
Tune in every Thursday for the next seven weeks as we release a new podcast and reveal who is a part of our Super Seven Series.
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Margot Andersen and Simone Pregellio
From the Insync Network Group and the Boomeranging Podcast
Margot and Simone are from the Insync Network Group which produces the Boomeranging podcast – a podcast sharing stories of returned Aussie expats. Both are repats themselves, Margot from London, Simone from Singapore, and share a love of travel and for advocating for Australian expat talent.
For more information visit insyncnetworkgroup.com
Georgia is a multi-award-winning magazine editor. The former Editor at Large for Virgin Australia, and editor of Australia’s largest selling travel magazine, Australian Traveller. She is co-founder of The Travel Bootcamp and The Modern Travel Media Summit, sponsored by TravMedia, a Destination Gold Coast Content Awards ambassador, a travel curator for Fairfax Media and a correspondent for Airbnb and a featured Airbnb Insider.
For more information visit https://www.phhnix.com/home48620165
We have a chat with the ever exuberant Campbell Wilson, CEO of Scoot – the bright yellow-tailed, low-cost airline, based in Singapore. With twenty-nine year’s experience in the SIA group, this Kiwi is a passionate and well-respected leader in the aviation industry. With flights resuming from Singapore to Athens and Berlin soon, he hopes to “rattle-any-snakes” out of all his planes and get them back in the air soon.
For more information visit https://www.flyscoot.com/
From Miss Snow It All
Rachael Oakes-Ash is better known as Miss Snow It All, the name behind Snowsbest.com and the @misssnowitall digital platform for skiers and boarders that travel. Australia’s queen of the snow has been top of her snow media game for close to two decades with ten years as a Fairfax ski columnist before launching her own digital publication. You’ll find her on the slopes in Japan, Canada, USA, New Zealand, Europe and at home in Australia.
For more information visit http://www.snowsbest.com/
Tony the Traveller
Tony Giles is a blind and partially deaf extraordinary traveller who has travelled the globe and written books about all his experiences. To date, Tony has visited 125 official UN countries. He’s also Bungee jumped seventeen times, sky dived three times and has been zorbing twice, driven jet boats, a large jeep, ridden motorbikes, jet skied and water skied, to name a few activities. In 2004 Tony nearly drowned whilst white water rafting on the Zambezi River in Zambia.
For more information visit tonythetraveller.com
Damian Perry is the Managing Director, VP Sales & Marketing, Asia-Pacific for Hurtigruten. He has been in the travel industry for 30 years and from day one had a desire to be involved in experience-rich outdoor, adventurous and cultural travel that would take him around the world. Today he is involved in one of the most dynamic industries in the world as we navigate the expedition cruise segment travelling to some of the world’s most unique and pristine areas in small expedition ships.
For more information visit hurtigruten.com.au
Herbie Rosenberg & Charles van Rensburg
Herbie Rosenberg – MD of Africareps
Charles van Rensburg – Wilderness Safaris
Herbie Rosenberg has been involved in African inbound tourism for almost 40 years and has been running Africareps in Melbourne, Australia for about 10 years. The company represents and markets a comprehensive and prestigious collection of organisations currently covering 8 African countries and islands, being Botswana, Kenya, Madagascar, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
Charles van Rensburg lives in the heart of southern Africa and has immersed himself in a career in conservation, wildlife, and safari excursions. Now the Business Manager of Wilderness Safaris, Charles remains an advocate of respectful encounters with wildlife and is a fervent believer in protecting the places where the lions rule the land.