17 SEPTEMBER 2018
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Back once more at London’s Olympia is the Luxury Travel Fair 1−4 November, again with the support of Condé Nast.
The successful mixture is as before with a series of talks and demonstrations in the Traveller’s Tales Theatre and the ability for face to face discussions with people who really know the business and have actually been to the places and events they are selling.
Uncover exclusive resorts and unique boutique hotels, luxury tour operators, first-class concierge companies, undiscovered destinations and original once-in-a-lifetime travel experiences will all be at the easily accessed West London venue.
Cruise lines seem to be dominating this year with a number of the top operators participating, and there is the return of some really high quality hotels in unusual places. Luminary rail providers have booths and will be ready to provide one-to-one advice. Out-of-the-ordinary adventures are provided for too.
The Luxury Travel Fair will also feature a Sketch for Survival exhibition in honour of the Fair’s official charity partner, Real World Conservation Trust which is part of the Explorers against Extinction Campaign.
Over 300 famous names and artists from 22 different countries have taken 26 minutes to sketch pictures of animals to highlight the fact that one African elephant is poached for its tusk every 26 minutes.
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