Luxury Travel Fair

Click this link for a 2 for 1 ticket offer for entry to the Olympia show.

Could be worth going to meet these guys:

Great Railway Journeys
Michael Portillo

Thursday 5 November, 12pm

Michael Portillo spent the summer of 2015 working on the seventh series of Great British Railway Journeys, the fourth of Great Continental Railway Journeys and the first of Great American Railroad Journeys, all of which will be shown on BBC 2 between November 2015 and February 2016. Hear him in conversation with Condé Nast Traveller at the Fair this November.

Tribes Of The World
Robin Hanbury-Tenison

Thursday 5 and Friday 6 November, 1pm

Robin Hanbury-Tenison, OBE, talks about his travels to tribal peoples around the world.  Hanbury-Tenison is one of the founders and President of Survival International. Named by the Sunday Times as ‘the greatest explorer of the past 20 years’ and as one of the 1000 “Makers of the 20th Century”, he has been on more than 30 expeditions including Survival’s first ever field expedition visiting dozens of Amazon Indian tribes in 1971 at the invitation of the Brazilian Government. His conclusions laid the groundwork for the international campaign for Brazilian Indians. He is a Gold Medallist of the Royal Geographical Society.

Tales from a Travel Writer
Bill Bryson

Friday 6 and Saturday 7 November, 12pm

Bill Bryson’s is the author of a number of bestselling books including The Lost Continent, Neither Here Nor There and Notes from a Small Island. His travel book, A Walk in the Woods, was adapted into film starring Robert Redford, Nick Nolte and Emma Thompson which came out earlier in 2015. Bryson’s The Road to Little Dribbling: More Notes from a Small Island comes out in Autumn 2015. Hear him in conversation with Condé Nast Traveller at the Fair.

Experience ‘Life behind the Lens’ 
Doug Allan

Sunday 8 November, 12pm

Doug Allan is one of the world’s most respected and experienced wildlife and natural history cameramen. His legendary expertise at both poles has made him a popular and charismatic speaker. Doug’s deep understanding of the biology of the animals and the psychology of film-makers will engage and inspire you. Hear behind the scenes stories from the slopes of Everest to the middle of the Indian Ocean, from polar bears to humpback whales.

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