Collette Announces “Trip of a Lifetime” Itineraries

Machu Picchu - MonikaZawalska/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images
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Collette has announced a collection of “Trip of a Lifetime” tours that take guests to notable destinations all over the world. Some tours that are featured include the following: Italy’s Treasures, Exploring South Africa: Victoria Falls and Botswana, Machu Picchu & The Galapagos Islands, Mysteries of India, Cultures of Peru and Bolivia, Journey through Southern France, Treasures of Egypt, Wonders of China and the Yangtze River, Cultural Treasures of Japan, Iconic Israel, and Elegant Ireland.

These itineraries range from eight to 19 days and include visits to historic landmarks, special culinary experiences, hikes, safaris, cultural tours, and more.

With Collette, travelers can book these “Trip of a Lifetime” tours without fear of cancellations. Recently, the tour operator announced that all remaining tours for 2018 are guaranteed to depart, a decision made to help their agent partners sell with confidence. With guaranteed departure dates, clients have the peace of mind knowing that their tour is guaranteed to depart. For agents, it is a strong marketing tool to ease the process of selling.

As the longest-running tour operator in North America, Collette has provided guided travel for over 100 years. With trips to all seven continents, guests can explore the world in a variety of travel styles including small groups, single hotel stays, faith-based experiences, river cruises, and rail journeys. As a family-owned and operated business, the company emphasizes a focus on its travelers as personal guests and tries to make the world a better place to travel, through a comprehensive corporate social responsibility platform.

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