World Travellers NZ is a co-operative boutique travel agency group of 25+ branded stores, branches and brokers from Kerikeri to Dunedin.
World Travellers was created in April 2010 by a group of highly successful, like-minded New Zealand travel agency owner-operators, each with decades of experience in the travel business.
The 100% locally-owned co-operative company has the freedom and flexibility to engage with high-quality air and land suppliers of its choice to ensure it offers the most trustworthy, innovative and fresh travel solutions.
World Travellers strives to arrange that “impossible” experience or tailor-make a perfect holiday, saying it’s the personal touches that create life-long memories.
“Because the co-op’s travel advisors are travellers too, they will work alongside customers to create seamless holiday and journey plans which far exceed what individuals could achieve on their own. We will add those inspirational flourishes which turn any destination into a unique experience.
“Every travel advisor has a particular area of expertise depending on their training and their travels, from corporate incentive groups, farm tours, off-shore weddings, family and island holidays.”
World Travellers Management Services operates from 18 Emily Place, in central Auckland.
To partner with World Travellers please contact Dave Nicholson Dave@worldtravellersnz.co.nz or 021 998858.
- Visit the co-op’s website to find out more, including how to contact the stores, branches and brokers in your community.
Cooperative Business NZ CEO, Craig Presland, reports that World Travellers has been a great supporter in driving collaboration amongst Cooperative Business NZ’s Full Members.
“In 2017 World Travellers provided $3,000 worth of free overseas travel for the Co-op Member that demonstrated the best example collaboration over a six-month period.
“This ‘Co-operation Amongst Co-ops’ award was won by Ollie O’Neill at RuralCo for lowering the electricity costs of 10 Cooperative Business NZ Members through aggregation and leveraging on economies of scale.
“World Travellers showed great co-operative leadership here,” Craig says.