In the wake of the tourism boom in Sri Lanka, ABC Group Australia Chairman Ajith Perera has decided to stretch their wings to Sri Lanka and launch ‘Go Travel’.
Go Travel doesn’t restrict its services to travel-related matter, but goes beyond to help people with various aspects of Australia. Equipped with a good support
Chairman Ajith Perera
MD Dinesh Perera
mechanism to engage in diversified businesses, this company assists people to engage in various business opportunities. The real estate sector is just one of the investment opportunities that can be explored. Matters related to visas, mortgages, investing, buying or establishing businesses and all documentation is handled by an experienced team at ABC Group, making it a one-stop-shop for dealing with Australia.
When travelling to Australia, all arrangements, from a simple airport shuttle service to a structured tour can be handed over to Go Travel. They also arrange customized holidays for Sri Lankans when they visit Australia. Most often, the friends and family you plan to stay with are busy working. Hence, this is a good option to ease their burden of having to make time and arrangements to entertain you. Tours can be structured according to your requirement and arranged in any state, whereever you plan to visit.
“When we thought of expanding our business, we realised that we should come to Colombo and set up our operation here so that the two offices can work hand in hand. This will give us a chance to create employment opportunities in Sri Lanka and also generate more revenue for the Sri Lankan tourism industry. What we are trying to do is to bring Australians who are travelling to other destinations. Although Sri Lanka has so much to offer, for the past 30 years, most of the tourists have been going to destinations around Australia such as Bali, Thailand, Malaysia and The Pacific Islands. We hope to change that trend,” said Ajith Perera.
Go Travel is in the top fifteen agents of Concord Network Agency Group, which has about 800 travel agents in Australia.
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