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Drop Everything, Here’s How You Can Score Some Serious Travel Deals This Month

By Jess Willemse
11th Feb 2020

Calling all wanderlusters, the new decade is here and it’s officially time to smash those resolutions to work less and travel more. Whether you’re setting off on a European sojourn, planning a tropical island escape or discovering the sights, sounds and scents of South East Asia, 2020 is the year to make it happen. 

Because we love nothing better than scoring a sweet deal on travel (read: more coin for food), we’re here to alert you that an epic travel festival is hitting Perth for two days only. From Saturday, February 15 to Sunday, February 16, the World Travel Expo is coming to town, slinging exclusive deals, expert advice, your favourite travel brands, and of course, free entry. 

Plus, by registering and attending the World Travel Expo, you’ll be in with a chance to win the holiday of your dreams—from a summer spent hopping around the Greek Islands to striking out on a soul-awakening trek through Peru. Where do we sign up? Well, right here since you asked (and it’s free).

If you’re still needing some holiday inspiration, check our guide on where you should be travelling every month of the year. Spoiler: Opt for an African safari across Kenya in July and make waves in Morocco come September. Alternatively, hit up some of the best places to travel in 2020. The magical Buddhist kingdom of Bhutan tops the list for an eco-friendly, off-the-grid getaway while the bright lights of Tokyo take the cake for a city escape.

But if you’re on struggle street when it comes to annual leave, here’s how you can hack an extra two weeks off work this year without chewing into that precious leave balance. You’re welcome.

The Details

What: World Travel Expo
When: Saturday, 
February 15 and Sunday, February 16
Where: Perth Convention And Exhibition Centre, Mounts Bay Road, Perth
Register here for your free ticket.  

Editor’s note: This article is sponsored by World Travel Expo and proudly endorsed by The Urban List. To find out more about who we work with and why read our editorial policy here.

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