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13
January
2020
| 13:06 Europe/London
TRAVEL Peaks period continues to perform well Industry figures last week suggest that trading so far in 2020 appears up on 2019. Ian Taylor of Travel Weekly said: “Short of war, the UK industry seems set to continue along the path to
06
January
2020
| 11:13 Europe/London
TRAVEL & BREXIT Positive peaks The key booking ‘peaks period’ for the travel industry has started well according to the travel trade media. Travel Weekly reported that customers have been queueing at travel agency doors as pent-up demand from
02
January
2020
| 10:00 Europe/London
The number of people in the UK taking a holiday is at its highest since 2011, according to ABTA’s Holiday Habits 2019 report. So, as we prepare to enter a new decade, LOTUS has highlighted some enticing reasons to travel somewhere new and
23
December
2019
| 13:15 Europe/London
Unusually for this time of year, Parliamentary business has been full. To open the new session, the Queen’s Speech set out the Government’s priorities. Emboldened by the large Conservative majority, the Prime Minister also amended the Withdrawal
16
December
2019
| 17:22 Europe/London
With the biggest victory from the Conservatives since 1987, there was some relief from the business community, as reported in the media such as The Times over the weekend, that some certainty has returned to the economy.  The new Tory Government

Lotus Latam

25
October
2019
| 15:38 Europe/London
Following the lift in FCO travel advice to Nicaragua in February 2019, the Latin American Travel Association (LATA) has launched its #NicaraguaIsOpen campaign with the aim of showcasing the Central American nation’s wide-ranging tourism offering,
22
July
2019
| 12:23 Europe/London
Travel specialist PR and representation firm, LOTUS, has been appointed by the Buenos Aires tourism board ‘Travel Buenos Aires’ to handle the city’s PR in the United Kingdom with immediate effect. LOTUS will support the city’s tourism campaign
04
February
2019
| 17:43 Europe/London
We couldn’t quite believe our luck when the Guyana Tourism Authority told us that we would be the first international visitors to stay in a new eco-lodge that has just opened in the South Rupununi savannah. After a very short ride in a 4x4 from
17
January
2019
| 18:09 Europe/London
The harpy eagle  We were on a bird hunt. After an adventurous couple of days travelling further into Guyana, our journey continued with a boat ride up the Burro Burro River from Surama into the Iwokrama Reserve for a chance to spot one of the
11
January
2019
| 15:07 Europe/London
Day three of our journey into the ‘Land of Many Waters’ was spent travelling south, out of the Iwokrama National Park and into Guyana’s vast savanna towards one of the country’s sixteen indigenous villages - Surama – for a glimpse into traditional