Connections Travel Reviews
Description:Guiding small groups across Australia, New Zealand, Fiji. Asia, Latin America and Africa.
Newest Review: ... with each other but they were quite elusive and you didn't see much of them once you got to your destination each night. The tours can cater up to about 40 people or as many a coach can seat. This in my view is far too many people to try and please. It also means that little groups form and you only really get to know the people that you hang about with it. It seems quite impersonal at ... more
Customer Connections Travel Reviews (2)
by - written on 22/05/09 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I used Connections to see New Zealand because I didn't have very long in the country and wanted to fit in as much as possible and because I wanted a tour that didn't involve camping. **What is Connections?** Connections runs trips all across Australia and New Zealand. These vary in length and often the company has several shorter trips which they combine to make up one long trip. The problem with this is that you could join a tour where everyone already knows each other or find that the people you get on with best leave half way through your tour. Travel is by coach which means that the group size can be very big, and therefore it is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/08 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Connections are one of the many tour companies dealing with tours for those travelling and/or on gap years. I travelled with Connections in Australia in April/May this year. My tour was the Beach and Bush tour taking us from Sydney to Cairns with an internal flight (at extra cost) to Alice Springs. The whole trip was 19 days. Connections have several starting points that they pick up from. There tends to be two, one budget and one a big higher range, for our tour one was a hostel and the other a travel lodge. The pick up was all one time and we were greated by the tour guide before all getting on board for the journey. We had a tour ... Read the complete review