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Manager Announced to Take the Lead in Active Travel

5 September 2012

New Zealand Manager Announced
to Take the Lead in Active Travel

The foremost active travel company World Expeditions, announced that Natalie Tambolash has taken the helm to lead the New Zealand team in Auckland.

Since its inception in 1975, World Expeditions has earned itself an outstanding reputation as a world leader in small group trekking and adventure holidays. It pioneered self guided holidays through its UTracks brand. World Expeditions has over 800 itineraries and is independently owned. As a global company, it has offices in Auckland, London, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Ottawa and Montreal.

Natalie brings a wealth of experience to the role including nearly six years at Jasons Travel Media rising to the position of Operations Manager, and four years with Rail Plus becoming Acting General Manager.

“With a passion for travel and an expertise in online activation, we know we have a travel professional with energy, drive and a determination to succeed as our new Manager for New Zealand,” explains Sue Badyari, CEO or World Expeditions.

Natalie replaces Tali Emdin who has been with World Expeditions for ten years and four years as General Manager in New Zealand. Tali is moving to the UK to embark on her next adventure.

For more information on World Expeditions, please visit


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