Oliver’s Travels pioneers with drone footage

Oliver’s Travels has revealed it is now offering bird’s-eye views of its properties to allow customers to choose holidays with a difference through the implementation of aerial drone technology.
Aerial drones are small aircrafts piloted by remote controls, which have been popularised by their ability to document the world from a bird’s-eye-view.

For travellers interested in seeing what their holiday destination really has in store before they visit, they can now get the perfect insight of the property and its surroundings.


Through the technology guests can gain insight into properties, including Chateau Chamborigaud, a graceful property built in 1575, and Chateau Le Brun, a 17th Century property previously owned by Chancellor Seguier, Minister of Finances, amongst many other properties in the company’s portfolio.

Co-owner, Oliver’s Travels, Ravi Sabharwal, captured some of the property footage himself. He commented: “The most important thing about this first time footage is that you can really see the properties as they are, and get a feel for their surroundings, outside of regular photography. All of our handpicked, luxury properties have something unique and quirky about them, and what better way to showcase this than from a bird’s eye view?”

The company has also announced it received the bronze award for Best Villa Self Catering Holiday Booking Company, at the British Travel Awards, and also received a Highly Commended award from FEEFO for Distinction in Customer Service.