Crossroads Travel Rebrands as Crossroads Tours International and Offers 15 Percent Commission

Kas, Antalya, TurkeyCrossroads Travel, one of Turkey's leading DMC's, has been rebranded as Crossroads Tours International to reflect its emergence as a full-service, world class tour operator. As part of its introduction, the new company is offering travel agents 15 percent commission on all land arrangements through July 31, 2014.

"From the outset, our goal has been to provide travelers to Turkey, Greece and Egypt with more in-depth experience than the typical 'six cities in six days' tours," said founder and Managing Director, Erol Anay. "We accomplish this by employing only the most qualified tour escorts, maintaining a stringent training program for escorts, and developing itineraries that take our guests to parts of Turkey and attractions not included in many other tour programs."

"This includes offering them the option of staying at unique ‘boutique’ hotels and resorts where they can ‘feel’ the history, tradition and local color of their surroundings, all from a comfortable setting," adds Anay. "As a tour operator, we can now fully utilize our expertise, services, and strong buying power to offer Americans planning a trip to Turkey, Greece or Egypt the type of immersive travel experiences – and exceptional value – they are looking for."

In addition to fixed departure tours of Turkey, Greece, and Egypt, Crossroads Tours International offers “Blue Cruises” (yachting holidays) on Turkey’s Aegean and southern coasts, special interest and special occasion tours, as well as customized and special interest tours for groups.


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