Bayes, Robin
September 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;9/1/2006, p16
Trade Publication
The article reports that Australian travelers have been searching less touristy and more adventurous destinations. Wholesalers are now in sights of regions that are once for soft and more hardened adventurer, as market demand sees them develop product to emerging destinations for Australians. According to Tucan Travel sales and marketing manager Richard Leonard, Central America has became the new option to visit for traveler who think South America is too touristy.


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