Travel Impressions (TI) reports it has partnered with the Nicaraguan Tourism Board to launch a new vacation program. Adding to its portfolio of world-wide destinations, Travel Impressions now offers vacation packages for guests to experience colonial cities, eco-luxury resorts, volcanoes and rainforests, as well as beaches on Nicaragua’s Pacific Coast.
The new program is a partnership with the Nicaraguan Tourism Board, who will actively support the offering with extensive and sustained co-operative marketing, TI says. Said Minister Mayra Salinas of the Nicaraguan Tourism Board, “Together with our talented and experienced network of suppliers and stakeholders on the ground in Nicaragua, we are excited and ready to welcome a major new stream of visitors from the U.S. and Canada.”
Travel Impressions notes it offers a collection of hotels throughout Nicaragua’s capital city of Managua (Real InterContinental Metrocentro and Seminole Plaza) and the colonial city of Granada (Hotel Dario, Hotel Colonial and Hotel Plaza Colon). For beachside relaxation, Travel Impressions offers three resorts in the San Juan del Sur beach area (Aqua Wellness Resort & Spa, Mukul Luxury Resort & Spa and Pelican Eyes Resort & Spa) and one all-inclusive property on Montelimar Beach (Barcelo Montelimar Beach).
Travel agents can increase their commission with pre-booked Managua tours from Travel Impressions. Options include a city tour of the country’s capital, visits to Masaya Volcano and nearby Artisan Market, a Folkloric Night evening experience and a safari through Montibelli Tropical Forest. Agents can also book horseback riding and canopy tours for clients staying in the coastal town of San Juan del Sur.
“Today’s traveler demands vacations that provide multi-faceted experiences,” said John Hanratty, chief operating officer for Travel Impressions. “With over 500 years of history on display, Nicaragua is perfect for clients who want to combine a relaxing beach holiday with intriguing architecture, indigenous culture and fascinating natural landscapes,” he noted.
Travel agents earn a 1 percent bonus commission when booking Nicaragua online with Quest for Agents.