Contiki Launches Revolutionary Contikicam On All Trips

Bruce Parkinson, Open Jaw

Have your clients always dreamed of starring in their own reality TV show? Well now they can, no audition necessary! Contiki has announcedthe launch of the revolutionary new ContikiCam™ on all trips starting today. 

Staying connected while travelling is a priority for the youth traveller, and ContikiCam is the ultimate connection technology which will allow for seamless, handsfree connection at all times.

ContikiCam is a discreet onboard camera that will capture clients’ every move and allow friends and family to follow on, all from the comfort of their own home. With ContikiCam, nominated loved ones will be able to log into clients’ live feed and follow their journey every step of the way! 

Contiki is also offering a premium upgrade for those looking for even more connection in the form of a stylish new wearable tracking device. The GPS device is worn around the ankle and securely shares travellers’ precise location with those at home. Paired with ContikiCam, this ground-breaking new venture will be the first of its kind for constant connectivity and allow travellers the chance to share every single moment of their experience without having to lift a finger.

“We’ve listened to the feedback from young Canadians and they’ve told us that staying connected to friends and family on their trip is important, but they don’t want to be sitting on their phones uploading pictures constantly. We’re solving that with ContikiCam,” says Contiki Canada president Sheralyn Berry. 

“The live feed will allow our guests to share every moment of their experience with their friends and family at home without taking away from their experience on the road!” 

For more information on ContikiCam™ visit contiki.com/contikicam today. You can also check out the launch video on Youtube for an inside look at what the new ContikiCam™ experience will be like.


*Just in case you haven't clued in, the above story is fake news -- AKA April Fool!

Bruce Parkinson

Bruce Parkinson Editor-in-Chief

An observer and analyst of the Canadian and international travel industries for over 25 years, Bruce uses the pre-dawn hours to prepare a daily news and information package to keep industry members up to date.