G.A.P. Unveils New Customized Product, Agent Incentive

Toronto-based G.A.P. Adventures for the first time is offering independent and tailor-made tours, which the tour operator is celebrating by offering agents a chance to win a trip for two to Peru. Currently, such tours are available only in Latin America, where G.A.P. Adventures travels to such places as Patagonia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Belize and Mexico. Tours can be budget, luxury, or in between, based on a client's preference.

The free trip is being offered through G.A.P. Adventure's iStyle tours, which take place in Peru and Ecuador, and include Spanish lessons, volunteer activities, excursions and sports like whitewater rafting, surfing and cycling. Agents go online to watch a training presentation, answer a short quiz and then be entered into the drawing. More information on customization can be had by e-mailing [email protected]. For contest details, visit [www.gapadventures.com/agentllama]. Visit [www.gapadventures.com].

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