Tailor-made dream holidays at Luxury Travel Fair
The Luxury Travel Fair, which covers some of the most immersive and tailor-made, luxury travel experiences on the market, is returning to Olympia later this year.
The Fair takes place at Olympia from 1-4 November and will feature up to 80 leading and specialist tour operators offering unexplored landscape and natural wonders to honeymooners, families, single travellers, retirees and anyone looking for a once in a lifetime experience.
There’s likely to be something on offer for every holidaymaker – from sensational experiences that are out of the ordinary, epic adventures, relaxing retreats or a journey of discovery for individual fulfilment. Visitors will be able to consult the best in the industry face-to-face to get advice on on where to stay, when to go and the finest activities and eateries when you get there.
Visitors can also enjoy specialist travel talks from well-known personalities in the Traveller’s Tales Theatre before winding down to toast their travel plans in the elegant Louis Roederer Champagne Bar.
Catherine Thake, fair director of The Luxury Travel Fair, said: “At this year’s Fair you’ll be able to discover the definitive collection of high-end travel experiences.
“You’ll have the chance to meet experts from all corners of the globe, create your bespoke travel itinerary for your dream getaway and learn about the latest travel trends from leading luxury brands. Uncover exclusive resorts and unique boutique hotels, first-class concierge companies, undiscovered destinations and original once-in-a-lifetime travel experience – all under one roof at the prestigious Olympia London.”
The Luxury Travel Fair will also feature a unique 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 recognise the unbelievable fact that one African elephant is poached for its tusk every 26 minutes.
Celebrity supporters whose work will be on display include Mary Berry, Frederick Forsyth, Dame Judi Dench, Nick Park, Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Stephen Fry and Dame Helen Mirren. Visitors will be invited to donate to the cause of raising awareness of fighting wildlife crime and helping the survival of animals threatened by extinction.
For more information and ticket options visit www.luxurytravelfair.com