Category Archives: Family

MTA clinches Most Outstanding Mobile Advisor Network at National Travel Industry Awards 2023

Ntia Awards 2023

MTA-Mobile Travel Agents is thrilled to have been crowned ‘Most Outstanding Mobile Advisor Network’ at the 2023 National Travel Industry Awards (NTIAs). Held in Melbourne for the first time in 18 years at the Crown Palladium, the NTIAs brought together key players in the travel industry to recognise and celebrate excellence. MTA’s achievement in securing

MTA Mobile Travel Agents announces 2024 Conference in Fiji

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MTA Mobile Travel Agents’ highly anticipated 2024 National Conference is set to take place in the picturesque Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort and Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa on Denarau Island, Fiji in May/Jun 2024. MTA is delighted to host the national conference overseas for the very first time. Under the theme of “Celebrate

Unlock unforgettable experiences with NCL

Ncl Epic Aerial For Greek Isles Itinerary

Cruising has become an increasingly popular choice for travellers seeking a unique and convenient holiday experience. There are so many cruise lines to choose from – how do you know which one might be right for you? In this article, we’ll take a closer look at Norwegian Cruise Line – the destinations this award-winning cruise

MTA: With their advisors through thick and thin


MTA – Mobile Travel Agents (MTA) strives to make sure its clients feel looked after, they are passionate about travel and always approachable and ready when needed. But in the times when it’s not the client who needs the support, but the advisors themselves, MTA can be the shoulder the advisor needs to lean on. 

Royal Caribbean International unveils Icon of the Seas

Icon Of The Seas

With the largest waterpark at sea, the tallest waterslide to sail and the first open freefall waterslide on a cruise ship – Royal Caribbean has revolutionised family cruising. Cruisers can pick from seven unique pools and over 50 ways to drink and dine. Icon of the Seas will sail from Miami beginning 27 Jan 2024

New Zealand removes all COVID-19 entry requirements


The New Zealand Government has announced that, as of yesterday, Wednesday, 19 October, New Zealand’s COVID-19 entry requirements have been removed. Anyone travelling to New Zealand is no longer required to complete a New Zealand Traveller Declaration (NZTD). Please note that the New Zealand Government will temporarily remove the NZTD as the declaration will evolve and

Australia to scrap Digital Passenger Declaration (DPD)

Digital Passenger Declaration

Travellers arriving in Australia will no longer need to complete a digital passenger declaration under changes to come into effect this week. Border restrictions enforced in response to the pandemic will be dropped this coming week, with arriving passengers no longer required to declare their vaccination status or obtain a travel exemption. The much-maligned Digital Passenger

Air New Zealand reveals bunk beds in the sky

Air Nz Bunk Beds

After five years in development, Air New Zealand has unveiled its game-changing new cabins with the goal of providing “the best sleep in the sky” for every passenger. Air New Zealand has eight new Dreamliners due to arrive in 2024 and a plan for more ultra-long-haul routes beginning with direct Auckland to New York flights

NZ ditches pre-departure testing requirements

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In a massive boost for trans-Tasman tourism, the New Zealand government has announced it will be ditching testing requirements for travellers to produce a negative COVID-19 result before arriving in the country. Effective Tuesday, June 21, unvaccinated travellers will also be able to enter New Zealand without quarantining for the first time during the pandemic.

Fiji removes arrival testing from 1 May

Mana Island Fiji (large)

The Fijian Government has announced that from May 1, fully vaccinated visitors to Fiji will no longer be required to produce a pre-arrival negative test, in a move that reduces costs for travellers and makes it even easier to travel to paradise. However, there are still some travel requirements: You’ll need to show proof of vaccination for