Getting the best travel deals online

OPINION: A trend gaining momentum is the introduction of online travel websites, offering deals that in some instances cannot be matched by travel agents.

So where does that leave people who are not confident to book online travel, let alone know if they're getting a good deal?

Fortunately, has been designed to help users navigate their way around a specifically designed website, finding the best travel deals available without charging a fee to do so.

It's a one-stop travel shop offering cruise, flights, and hotel packages, and now it's pleased to announce the introduction of Senior Tours.

The inaugural all inclusive Tasmania Explorer Tour was thought through with feedback provided by retirees who wanted a hassle-free holiday, without blowing the budget.

And this tour certainly caters for that.

Late January 2016 will see the first Melbourne Tour depart, of which details are being finalised now, followed by a non-escorted cruise onboard the majestic Queen Mary II from London to New York in August 2016.

If you would like further information on these tours or help to book discounted travel online, no matter how big or small, contact Michelle at Ultimate Travel Wizard on 0402 298 949.

Alternatively, if there are tours you would like to see created or have a group of friends wanting to explore what the world has to offer, send an email to

The motto we strive to stand by is No time to plan? We can.

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