Any time a country or region imposes any sort of visa stipulation - even if it’s a waiver - the travel industry sighs a collective groan, knowing the obstacles and headaches to come.
From hands-on product teams handcrafting Trafalgar’s immersive vacations and sourcing real experiences, to continuously heartfelt services of guest relations plus on top of ‘on the road’ teams consisting of Travel Directors and Local Specialists, Trafalgar, a world leader in travel for over 72 years, is a passionate tribe filled with wanderlust and camaraderie.
Trafalgar’s tribe is built up of individuals around the world who never rest on their laurels, infused with personality and energized by the wonders of the world, but all striving for the same thing: bringing travel dreams to life!
Check Trafalgar’s travel-obsessed tribe to share their stories, of when they experience moments of pure joy on the road with clients:
“I left my home of Africa in my late teens, not returning for more than a decade. When I did, I unexpectedly discovered the reality that travel to Africa changes you, in so many ways. Nature in the raw, the way it was intended to be. It is humbling when you see that man is not the centre of the universe. Here the lion and the elephants rule supreme – the very cycle of life. Plus the natural beauty – the endless vistas are swathed by sunrises and sunsets, painted in colours that merge together, in hues you have never seen before. It’s this that reminds you of the splendour of the day that awaits or reflecting on the amazing day you’ve had.” – Gavin Tollman, Trafalgar Global CEO
“Whilst exploring the local heart of Paris with our Travel Director, I almost saw myself living in La Bastille or Montmartre, enjoying fine cheeses and wines as if it was part of my daily routine” – Nikki Bruce, Trafalgar Australia Marketing Manager
“My most cherished moment with Trafalgar was meeting Conrad Schieszl in Hungary. The exclusive ‘Be My Guest’ meal was hosted in his restaurant and winery, that had belonged to his family for generations. It was taken away from them during WW2 by the communists and only returned to them in the 1990’s. Conrad shared the family story about how his grandfather hid their Jewish neighbours in wine barrels to keep them safe. The door we walked through into the restaurant is made from these barrels. What a moment and story.” – Ken Nickerson, Trafalgar Atlantic Canada Sales Manager