Not surprisingly, there's a great deal of interest in domestic US travel. This NY times article highlights a few.
Is Travel a commodity or an experience? That's a question that Peter Greenburg recently (June 2018) raised at the Collette Future of Travel conference. Collette a premier land tour operator, is celebrating 100 years of business. Peter Greenburg is the Travel Editor at CBS news and was one of the speakers - we heard his talk via the web.
Ever think about land tours instead of a cruise? In previous posts here and here, we looked at an example of an escorted tour with Trafalgar. The post ended with a list of criteria to choose between suppliers. Here we dive a bit deeper by looking at a specific case study.
We've all seen the TV advertisements for Royal Caribbean or Carnival right? If you are a certain age, you're mail box is probably inundated with marketing materials from Viking and Oceania. And if you are looking at Bridal magazines, you're no doubt familiar with Sandals resorts. So as a consumer, the question is - who else is out there and how do you find them? For our purposes we'll use the term "alternative suppliers" as those that don't advertise direct to consumers.