The annual Group Leisure & Travel Awards recognise the best providers, attractions and destinations for groups as chosen by our readers.
Find out who the 2023 finalists are and vote for your winners from this year’s shortlist.
The initiative include the prestigious Group Travel Organiser of the Year Award®. Entries and nominations for this award are open now and you can also put somebody from the travel trade forward for The Excellence Award.
As ever, the campaign will culminate with the Awards Dinner and Ceremony which this year takes place on 4th October at the DoubleTree Hotel, Milton Keynes.
We’re thrilled to be able to share with you the 2023 Group Leisure & Travel Awards finalists. Now it’s time for you to choose your winners from this year’s shortlist.
Attention travel trade: become a 2023 Awards Partner and benefit from packages that offer fantastic value and maximise your branding across print, online, email… and the event itself. For more information contact Sharon Yandell on 01908 613323 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We're looking for the 2023 Group Travel Organiser of the Year. Enter yourself or nominate somebody now. The winner will receive £2,000 prize money towards a future holiday.. Enter or Nominate
Entertaining, networking, rewarding or simply partying… our reader awards dinner and ceremony is the event of the year.
We asked our valued 2022 Group Leisure & Travel Awards Partners what they enjoy most about working in the travel trade and with groups – here’s what they told us.
We introduce the 2022 winner of the GTO of the Year Award®, an accolade which highlights the fun, enjoyment and social impact that brilliant group travel organisers create for the people in their groups.
Get a more in-depth special look at the 2022 awards ceremony and a profile of all the winners inside the Awards Brochure.
Participation in these awards are subject to our terms and conditions (available at groupleisureandtravel.com/awards/terms) and the organisers reserve the right to make any appropriate changes if required and deemed necessary affecting the date, time or nature of ceremony presentation at their absolute discretion.