help change the world…

Tours aimed at curious and educated travellers looking to experience the world and want to learn, Booking National Geographic Journeys with Ed at Go West Travel means no middle-man and access to the best deals with the bonus of an experienced travel agent to support you while you create your own story.

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rainbow nomads

Ed at Go West Travel is an Aussie Specialist (and also a New Zeland Gold Specialist)- As a truly independant agency, Booking with Ed allows total freedom to mix and match all deals and build the perfect trip for you.

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Tahiti Anyone?

Tahiti

On Wednesday, I sat down to Zoom with Caroline Brunel from Tahiti Tourisme. I have only sent a few people to Tahiti, so it was a great session to brush up my knowledge… fancy that a place I have not visited (yet).
I am very impressed with their governments approach to health protocols including -ive tests prior to travel, contact tracing, and auto-testing 4 days after arrival, and so far this has helped them open up in the covid paradigm. (Open since July)

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Friday Night ‘work drinks’ at GWT

Friday Nightcaps at Chapeloffchapel

Go West Travel is weathering the Covid-19 storm, and made it to another Friday with some semblance of achievement, so to reward the staff, a Zoom live performance from Eds favourite live theatre in Melbournce, Chapel off Chapel in Prahran (pronounced Praann)

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calling all Kiwis

Who Is Ready

This is a competition, My friends at Only Marlborough have an email newsletter, and I thought I would share it with you, no catches- Please note this is not a Go West Travel promotion, its just me passing on an opportunity for a flutter… register with Only Marlborough Here (takes…

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A wee special drop of Gin

Go West Travel is a New Zealand travel expert

IN 2019 Ed found the roots Dry Gin, One of the ‘cellar doors’ introduced me to a Whiskey and Gin bar, where I found these made locally – great experiences and awesome gifts to be found in Marlborough.

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#protip from Ed

Ed at Retro Espresso, AKL airport

Jet lag occurs when the brain cells that regulate our circadian rhythms—which serve as our bodies’ master clock telling us when to wake up, eat or sleep—are out of sync with the time zone we are in,

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