The latest Reho Travel Christmas Card involving every available team member, filmed on location in Fiji, Melbourne, and Sydney. This year’s video celebrates surviving the last two years and coming out of Covid even stronger, showcasing the hurdles we had to overcome and how we managed to do so without deviating from our values.
Melbourne based Travel Management Company; Reho Travel has won the inaugural Sustainability Award – Agency at the NTIA Travel Industry Awards. Over 1200 of the industries best attended the prestigious awards held at the International Convention and Exhibition Centre in Sydney on Saturday 15th October 2022.
After nearly 2 years of the international borders being closed due to Covid-19 the Reho Travel team reveal their dream destinations for 2022.
A Christmas poem recalling the year that was 2020 themed on the original “‘Twas the night before Christmas” presented by the Reho Travel Team.
Written by Karsten Horne
Forgot my pants is a song that echos the frustrations of being in lockdown, unable to leave his suburb to go shopping and the realisation that if the world is going to end, what’s the point in wearing pants.
Twelve of the Reho Travel Team of experienced consultants recall their favourite travel memories. Over the years they have visited a wide range of exotic countries and experienced some amazing adventures in every continent.
Karsten has sourced footage from around the world, combined with his own footage to create another beautiful music video that highlights the natural beauty of our earth and continuing the theme which focuses on the fact that we need to start paying more respect to the places we travel to.
On the back of a series of inspiring videos Reho Travel’s CEO Karsten Horne has stepped it up an extra notch, collaborating with emerging Singer Songwriter Alessandro Frosali to pen a wonderful tune.
Reho Travel’s CEO Karsten Horne has released the fifth video in his Rehome Travel series which showcases relatively unknown places from a local’s point of view.
In “Poetry in Motion” the fourth episode of the Rehome series Karsten shares his memories from a time when we could all fly long haul. In each verse he describes the moment in one hand and cleverly balances it with the emotion he is feeling at the time.