Ensemble Travel Adds Suppliers

Ensemble Travel Group has added four new Ensemble On Location, specialty, and cruise line suppliers to its preferred partner program. The new suppliers include: BalticTravel.eu, Paull Tickner & Associates/Greatdays Travel, Orient Flexi-Pax Tours and Voyages To Antiquity.

“From a travel specialist’s perspective, each new supplier will be instrumental in strengthening our members’ ability to establish themselves as the expert when it comes to creating exceptional value-added vacations for their clients,” said Jack E. Mannix, president and CEO of Ensemble Travel Group. “What’s more, some of these partners provide entrée to totally new experiences that their customers may not have access to on their own.”

New Ensemble On Location Partners

BalticTravel.eu specializes in high-end, customized access-all-areas tours for small group and FIT experiences in Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia.

Paull Tickner & Associates/Greatdays Travel offers customized special interest travel within the United Kingdom for individuals or groups

New Ensemble Travel Group Specialty Partner

Orient Flexi-Pax Tours creates FIT and group itineraries as well as scheduled tour departures in China, the Orient, and India. Ensemble Travel Group has also previously appointed Isram, sister company to Orient Flexi-Pax Tours.

New Ensemble Travel Group Niche Cruise Partner

Voyages To Antiquity offers small-ship cruising to explore the classical ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean. The inaugural season, beginning May 2010, features nine itineraries (16 departures) dedicated to the Mediterranean, Adriatic and Aegean Seas.

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