Travel2, Islands In The Sun Launch New Romance Collection for 2018

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Travel2, in conjunction with Islands In The Sun, specialists in honeymoons and romantic travel to the South Pacific islands and Asia, has launched a new collection of romantic getaways for 2018.

Vacations start from under $2,000 per person and include travel to exotic islands such as Tahiti, Fiji, Australia, the Cook Islands and the Maldives.

Travel2 found the best value resort offers and added a range of exclusive extra romantic touches such as bottles of champagne, dinners for two, relaxing spa treatments, resort credits and more.


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“Everyone likes a nice place to stay, but it is the small personalized touches that really make it one to remember. Who doesn’t enjoy a surprise room upgrade on arrival, diving for your own pearl in Tahiti, or perhaps a spa treatment underwater in the Maldives” said Justine Liddelow, senior vice president of sales and marketing, in a written release. “This is the icing on the cake for a romantic getaway, so we want to make sure that in peak honeymoon booking season you have a selection of amenities to offer your clients.”

Whether couples are looking for simple relaxation, a wedding on the beach, or days filled with adventure and sightseeing, these
packages will give them lots of great options.

Travel2 and Islands In The Sun offer customized independent travel, escorted vacations, air consolidation and customized groups to Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific islands and Asia. The Los Angeles-based companies are also active members of the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA).

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