Intrepid to Reward Agents Who Book the Most Sustainable Tours

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In celebration of its 30th anniversary, Intrepid Group launched its largest Purpose-Driven Agent Incentive in the Americas today. The three-month campaign reward 30 advisors every month and culminates with the top 10 overall agents receiving a free trip to Nepal.

The initiative, aimed to reward advisors for “selling, leading and travelling with purpose,” runs from February 1 to April 30. Participants will receive one ‘Purpose Point’ for every client they book on one of Intrepid Group’s 2,700 sustainable tours through the brands Intrepid Travel, Peregrine Adventures and Urban Adventures.

Intrepid Group will award the grand prize, a free 10-day Experience Nepal trip, to the 10 agents with the most Purpose Points. Departing November 3, the tour will be led by Intrepid Group’s co-founder Geoff Manchester and the company’s head of business development for the Americas Shayna Zand. On the trip guests will take a cooking class with Seven Women, a social enterprise that has helped over 1,000 women in Nepal and is supported by Intrepid Group’s not-for-profit The Intrepid Foundation.


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Based in Australia, the Intrepid Group is an international adventure travel company. It consists of specialist adventure tour operators like Intrepid Travel, Peregrine Adventures, Urban Adventures and Adventure Tours Australia, as well as 21 destination management companies.  Intrepid recently received a World Responsible Tourism Award for its year-long Namaste Nepal campaign, a project that raised more than $540,000 for the country.

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