Baby boomers are trading the traditional holiday for the nip-n-tuck tourism package. Yvette De Stoop argues that it’s not such a bad idea.
Australian Baby Boomers have turned the tourism industry on its head with their new adventure travelling habits. But are the insurance companies keeping up with this change? Joanna Letner investigates.
Traditional travel agencies can be declared dead as their loyal baby boomer customers look elsewhere, says Laura Parr.
Jay Pandya calls for migrant baby boomers to take inspiration from the movies, and jet off somewhere new.
As Katie Van Leeuwen finds out, baby boomers expect to ‘retire’ from their current job and launch into an entirely new career later in life.
The ‘gap year’ isn’t only for 18 year olds – baby boomers are also giving it a go. Alice Orzsulok asks, could a year abroad be your next big adventure?