Thursday, 30 September 2021 00:56

Stanley Tollman, iconic leader

Global tourism industry visionary, entrepreneur and philanthropist Stanley S. Tollman, founder and chairman of The Travel Corporation (TTC), the highly successful, family- owned, international travel group encompassing more than 40 award-winning brands
including Trafalgar, Insight Vacations, Contiki Holidays, AAT Kings, Adventure World Travel, Red Carnation Hotels and Uniworld Boutique River Cruises, and pioneer of the sustainable travel movement through the not-for-profit TreadRight Foundation, has died in the South of France following a battle with cancer. He was 91.

Published in People
Wednesday, 20 January 2021 01:00

Trafalgar boss: Call to action for agents

Next year will be defined by one critical call to action for the agent community, says Gavin Tollman, chief executive of Trafalgar Tours.

‘Now, more than ever, the individual needs of the customer will be greater than we have seen in our lifetime, in particular the need to help them understand what they don’t understand, so they can once more enjoy travel experiences beyond their dreams,’ Tollman says in the 2020 version of his traditional Christmas blog.

Published in People
Thursday, 12 September 2019 23:25

Trade has ‘enormous opportunities’

Travel agents have enormous opportunities to steer their clients towards enriching experiences and help travellers to overcome any cynicism and doubts they may have, says Gavin Tollman, CEO of Trafalgar.

Published in Hot Topics
Tuesday, 15 January 2019 23:32

Trafalgar’s incentive to Africa

Trafalgar’s annual agent incentive trip, Acclaim, will visit the brand’s newest destination of Africa in 2019, and three agents from New Zealand will have a chance to be on it.


Published in Africa, Middle East
Tuesday, 19 June 2018 00:16

Trafalgar’s September Sale

Clients can still save up to 15% off itineraries in Trafalgar’s September sale.

Published in Europe

While visa complications for New Zealanders travelling to South Africa have come at an unfortunate time in terms of Trafalgar’s Africa portfolio launch, they should not deter agents from promoting and selling the destination, says the company’s CEO.

Published in Europe