Collette Announces New South Pacific, Asia Programs

Collette Vacations has released its programs for Asia and the South Pacific for the 2010-11 travel season with the launch of new brochures. Programs visit destinations including China, Thailand, Tibet, India, Cambodia, Vietnam, Japan, Australia and New Zealand, and Fiji. For clients planning to travel next summer to Australia and New Zealand during the months of May – August, Fiji is included FREE on select tours, including the company’s number one program, From the Outback to the Glaciers – 20 days, from $3049.

Included for 2010 is a new Explorations program, Australia and New Zealand Adventure, starting at $4,899 per person, double, land only, and part of the company’s small group brand that travels with 16-24 passengers. Passengers on this 27-day tour will take a ranger guided 4WD tour to explore Fraser Island, a World Heritage listed site and the largest sand island in the world. They’ll stay at the Bayview Chateau in New Zealand’s Tongariro National Park, located at the foot of three active volcanoes. 

The launch of these brochures and the new travel season ties into a major milestone since the launch of Door To Door—a free, roundtrip sedan ride from home to the airport when an air-inclusive tour is purchased. Beginning in May 2010, this personalized, added value service is offered with air-inclusive tours to every Collette destination.

Collette’s Asia, Australia and New Zealand programs are detailed in the recently released brochures for 2010. In addition to the print catalogs, an online version of each is available as well. Dubbed as VMags, this feature allows travel agents and their clients to "flip" through Collette’s brochures online, send instantly to clients and provide personalized, on-demand service to their clientele.


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