Central Holidays Expands to Latin America

Medellin, Colombia // Photo by Joe Pike

Central Holidays, a tour operator specializing in travel throughout Europe and the Mediterranean since 1972, has a brand new Latin America division featuring a collection of travel programs lined up for 2016. 

Presented in a new, 148-page brochure, the new itineraries explore Latin America's cultural riches and natural wonders.  

Central Holidays offers a selection of three-tiered packages. Agents will receive 20 percent commission for five-night stays or longer booked and paid in full by December 31 for all 2016 departures. Clients who book a five day or longer land-only trip and pay in full by January 31 will save five percent per person.


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Central Holidays is offering its Latin America programs across three categories: "Travel in Comfort," featuring tourist class hotels; "Travel in Style," featuring first class hotels; and "Travel in Luxury," featuring five-star deluxe hotels as well as all transfers, excursions and sightseeing tours via private car and guide. All of the departures are guaranteed.

Travelers can choose any number of ways to explore Peru, Brazil, Argentina, Costa Rica, Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands, Bolivia, Chile, Panama, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Colombia, Antarctica and Uruguay. 

Multi-country tours start with the best of Argentina and Brazil (eight days/seven nights from $1,359 per person) and a trio of treasures: Nicaragua, El Salvador and Guatemala (nine days/eight nights from $2,755). Another glittering option is the ABC group: Argentina, Brazil and Chile (12 days/11 nights from $2,242), or the gems of Peru, Argentina and Brazil (15 days/14 nights from $3,094). Travelers can also explore Peru and Ecuador with a Galapagos Islands cruise (13 days/12 nights from $5,515).

Visit www.centralholidays.com and www.latinamerica-vacations.com

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