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There are 333 islands in Fiji's archipelago, so choosing the best one for your client can be an intimidating endeavor.

While you can’t really go wrong no matter which island you choose – there are no bad ones to visit – each one has its own sense of identity, from decadent resort to family getaway or backpacker adventure. Wherever you go, expect the warmest welcome the world has to offer when you step beyond the main tourist hot spot of Nadi. 

To find out more about what Fiji has to offer your clients, complete the free Fiji Matai Specialist Training Programme on the Travel Uni website. Simply follow the link in our bio and you'll find Fiji under the Destinations tab after clicking on the free product training page.

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Often ranked as one of the most beautiful forests in Europe, this is the stunning Hallerbos in Flanders.  During the Springtime, it comes alive like something out of a fairytale as bluebells carpet the floor.  The best time to visit to see the purple carpet is mid-April.

📷@mhphotography shared from the @visitflanders account.

To learn more about what Flanders has to offer your clients, click on the link on our bio.  Go to Free Product Training, then click on the Flanders page under the destinations tab.

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During Costa Rica’s arribada (“mass arrival”), as many as 100,000 Olive Ridley turtles come ashore on Ostional National Wildlife Refuge’s isolated beaches, leaving behind as many as 10 million eggs. Arribadas occur year-round, but the peak is during the green season.

In recent years — especially after 2015 — Ostional has had to implement stricter regulations, as the arribadas draw throngs of tourists curious to experience the natural spectacle. If you come, simply keep your impact in mind, and leave Costa Rica as beautiful as you found it. 

To learn more about what Costa Rica has to offer your clients, click the link in our bio. Go to Free Product Training, then click on the Costa Rica Page under the Destinations tab. 

@visit_costarica #costarica #traveluni #travelagenttraining #travelagentlife #traveltraining #visitcostarica
Train for free and book more holidays to Switzerland.  Check the link on our bio, go to the destinations page and click on Switzerland Travel Academy.

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Gold is no longer Aruba’s most precious natural resource. One of the most intriguing facts about Aruba is that, these days, the island’s key resource and number one export is aloe. The succulent was first introduced to Aruba in 1840 and, pretty soon, two-thirds of the island’s surface were covered with aloe vera.

Founded in 1890, Aruba Aloe is the world’s oldest aloe company and has been harnessing the restorative powers of this succulent plant for more than a century. Many island spas use locally grown aloe in their treatments; the plant is a powerful antioxidant and contains vitamins that are great for your skin.

One of the interesting things about Aruba is that you can take a guided tour of the Royal Aruba Aloe Museum & Factory. There, you'll see exactly how aloe is filleted and learn about the many benefits of aloe vera. You can also take a walking tour of the factory and visit the aloe cutting room and the testing lab. 

To learn more about what Aruba has to offer your clients, click the link in our bio. Go to Free Product Training, then click on the Aruba Page under the Destinations tab.

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Happy Saint Patrick's Day!!

St. Patrick’s Day observes of the death of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. The holiday has evolved into a celebration of Irish culture with parades, special foods, music, dancing, drinking and a whole lot of green. 

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Jersey is home to La Corbière, the most southerly lighthouse in the British Isles.

It was also the first lighthouse in the British Isles to be constructed in concrete.  Built in 1873 on a tidal island, it is linked to the main island by a causeway that is twice daily submerged by the tide. 

To learn more about what Jersey has to offer your clients, click the link in our bio. Go to Free Product Training, then click on the Jersey Specialist Page under the Destinations tab. 

#traveluni #traveltraining #visitjersey #jersey #destinationjersey #travelagenttraining #freetraveltraining @visitjerseyci
There are six traffic lights on the island of Anguilla, and if you drive from west to east or vice versa you'll pass through all of them, which somehow feels monumental. Sometimes a few of them seem to be switched off, but since even at rush hour you're not exactly in high-speed traffic, you can safely navigate your way through. Only 15,000 people live on the island, so the roads are rarely busy. 

To find out more about what Anguilla has to offer your clients, complete the free Anguilla  Training Programme on the Travel Uni website. Simply follow the link in our bio and you'll find Anguilla Korea under the Destinations tab after clicking on the free product training page. 

@anguilla_tourism #traveluni #visitanguilla #travelagenttraining #anguillatourism
The topography of Egypt is dominated by the Nile. For about 750 miles (1,200 km) of its northward course through the country, the river cuts its way through bare desert, its narrow valley a sharply delineated strip of green, abundantly fecund in contrast to the desolation that surrounds it. From Lake Nasser, the river’s entrance into southern Egypt, to Cairo in the north, the Nile is hemmed into its trenchlike valley by bordering cliffs, but at Cairo these disappear, and the river begins to fan out into its delta. 

Improve your knowledge about Egypt and get more holidays to this destination. Don't miss the chance to train for FREE. Check the link in our bio. Go to the destinations page and click on the Egypt course. 

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Sometimes different cultures can have interesting things in common. For example, the number 4 in Korean culture may remind you of the number 13 if you grew up in a Western culture. Just like 13, it symbolizes bad luck. 

Just like the number 13 in a Western elevator, you won’t routinely see a 4th floor in Korea. When you step on the elevator of a high rise building, you’ll see buttons for 1, 2, 3, F, 5, 6, etc. The letter F replaces the number 4 to avoid any misfortune. Often, you won’t find a room 4 in a building either. 

There are other ways you can notice a reluctance to use the number 4 in Korean culture. Table settings or gifts are often in groups of threes or fives, but not fours. You might give or receive gifts of money for 30,000 won or 50, 000 won. Not 40,000 won though.

You also won’t generally find a 4th floor in a Korean hospital either. Why temp fate in a place where people are staying to resolve heath issues? 

To find out more about what Korea has to offer your clients, complete the free Korea Travel Expert Training Programme on the Travel Uni website. Simply follow the link in our bio and you'll find Korea under the Destinations tab after clicking on the free product training page. 

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Unlike in the UK and elsewhere in Western cultures, Oman follows a Thursday-Friday weekend as opposed to Saturday-Sunday. This is great for those who want to travel during the week as you'll be able to experience the Omani weekend and a completely different culture to your own. 

To find out more about what Oman has to offer your clients, complete the free Oman Training Programme on the Travel Uni website. Simply follow the link in our bio and you'll find Oman under the Destinations tab after clicking on the free product training page.

@experienceoman #experienceoman #traveluni #traveltraining
Did you know that in Anchorage, Alaska, you can blame being late to work on a moose
“I’ll be in as soon as he moves.” 

Moose are everywhere in Anchorage, and occasionally this means one preempting the morning commute by taking a rest in the yard. Residents know a lazy moose bedded down next to the driveway is cause enough to delay the trip to the office. The moose will pick up and go when they feel like it. 

To find out more about what Anchorage has to offer your clients, complete the free Anchorage Training Programme on the Travel Uni website. Simply follow the link in our bio and you'll find Anchorage under the Destinations tab after clicking on the free product training page. 

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Isn’t the Seychelles truly a place a rare beauty? Thanks @visitseychelles for posting this video which has brightened up our day.

To find out more about what the Seychelles has to offer your clients, complete the free Seychelles Superstar Training Course on the Travel Uni website.  Simply follow the link on our bio and you’ll find Seychelles under the destinations tab after clicking on the free product training page.

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Canada is known for its natural wonders, including its incredible lakes. Expanses of water in hues of blue and green often set against lush forests and rugged mountains create a striking landscape that isn’t replicated anywhere else on earth. Canada has so many of these gorgeous lakes because of its historical landscape and geographical makeup. Natural lakes, such as those you see across Canada, are formed in mountainous areas and rift zones, as well as areas with glaciation – all of which occur naturally in this country. 

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@Canada @canada.explores
Meet with a wide range of sellers from throughout the Asia Pacific region at one of the @pataukireland events and be in with a chance to win some amazing prizes. Register on the PATA link on our bio and we look forward to seeing you at one of these fabulous events! 

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While much of the world calls Finland Finland, Finns call their country Suomi. The origin of the name is uncertain and several hypotheses have been made. The earliest known use of the word Finland, meaning the land of the Finns, is on a Scandinavian runestone. 

To find out more about what Finland has to offer your clients, complete the free Visit Finland Training Programme on the Travel Uni website. Simply follow the link in our bio and you'll find Finland under the Destinations tab after clicking on the free product training page. 

@ourfinland #visitfinland #traveluni #freetraveltraining #travelagenttraining #travelagentlife
Kava (also called yaqona) is an intoxicating drink that’s at the heart of all ceremonial and social events in Fiji. When entering a village, custom dictates you bring a gift (sevusevu) of kava root and participate in the 3000-year-old tradition of kava drinking. Everyone sits in a circle as the root is pounded to a pulp, mixed with water then strained into a bowl called a tanoa. The village chief drinks first and when it’s your turn – clap once, gulp it down, then clap three times. When everyone has slurped this tongue-numbing drink, you’ll be welcomed with open arms. 

To find out more about what Fiji has to offer your clients, complete the free Fiji Matai Specialist Training Programme on the Travel Uni website.  Simply follow the link in our bio and you'll find Fiji under the Destinations tab after clicking on the free product training page.

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