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Contikis themed 2017 summer trips focus on food photography local experiences

first_img Share Travelweek Group Thursday, September 22, 2016 Posted by Tags: Contikicenter_img TORONTO — Contiki’s Limited Edition Summer Series, part of its main 2017-18 Europe program, offers three unique trip styles: Munch (food), SNAP (photography) and Boutique Local, focused on going local in style with accommodations in boutique hotels.The three new trips have limited departures, with just two dates for Munch and SNAP, and three departures of Boutique Local running throughout summer 2017. Plans are underway to expand the series and departures further into 2018 and beyond.“The Limited Edition Summer Series is a testament to Contiki’s continued innovation,” said Sheralyn Berry, Director of Sales at Contiki Holidays Canada. “We might have 55 years in the business but we are always improving our brand and product. We know our consumers, we know their desires and their behaviours, and this collection is a direct result of that insight. We know they’ll absolutely love this product.”From learning how to take the best selfie at night with an experienced Instagrammer in Prague to noshing on Bouillabaisse in Aix-en-Provence, here are the three new Limited Edition Summer Series trips:BOUTIQUE LOCAL – 12 days, boutique accommodation and curated experiences. 
The boutique local trips are about getting up close and local with the coolest neighbourhoods of Spain and Portugal, visiting amazing restaurants, trendy local bars and generally getting the insider ticket to Salamanca, Madrid, Lisbon, Porto, Bilbao and Barcelona.SNAP – 9 days, Trip manager & Instagrammer guides and once in a lifetime photo opportunities. SNAP is the Limited Edition Summer Series itinerary for those who combine a love of travel with a love of photography. Led by one of Contiki’s expert Trip Managers and an experienced Instagrammer to share tips and tricks for getting the perfect shot, SNAP will visit the Instagram gems of Salzburg, Prague, Berlin, Venice and Ljubljana.MUNCH – 9 days, Trip Manager and Foodie influencer guides and amazing gastronomic experiences. Munch takes travellers on a gastronomic journey through Nice, Aix-en-Provence, Barcelona, Milan, Florence and Bologna. Cooking classes, pasta making, Tuscan dinners, market tours and wine making are all included, and a dream team of Contiki Trip Manager and a foodie social influencer is on hand to ensure only the most delicious establishments are visited.More news:  Flights cancelled as British Airways hit by computer problemContiki’s full suite of Limited Edition Summer Series trips is available for sale now. The three trips are eligible for the Early Payment Discount’ of 10% (a savings of up to $820) for bookings made by Jan. 12, 2017. Contiki’s themed 2017 summer trips focus on food, photography, local experiences << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

Up to 35 off Las Vegas with ACV until March 13

first_img Posted by Tags: Air Canada Vacations, Las Vegas Travelweek Group Share Friday, March 10, 2017 center_img Up to 35% off Las Vegas with ACV until March 13 MONTREAL — Air Canada Vacations is offering exclusive promotions and discounts at popular properties in Las Vegas.Until March 13 clients will receive up to 35% off; free roundtrip limousine transfers; free seat selection; and a daily, complimentary breakfast buffet for two at the Wynn and Encore Las Vegas.And until March 27, for travel until Sept. 30, ACV is offering a 10% discount on all MGM Resorts International bookings.Participating hotels include the Bellagio, ARIA, Vdara, MGM Grand, The Signature, Mandalay Bay, Delano, Mirage, Monte Carlo, New York-New York, Luxor and Excalibur. << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

Vision Travel debuts new offices in Vancouver and Edmonton

first_imgVision Travel debuts new offices in Vancouver and Edmonton Share Thursday, March 28, 2019 Travelweek Group Posted bycenter_img VANCOUVER — Vision Travel has unveiled its newly renovated digs in both Vancouver’s Yaletown and Edmonton, with two open houses that brought together clients, partners and independent travel advisors.The Vancouver event, which was also attended by Vision Travel’s entire leadership team, was celebrated the company’s growth within the Vancouver market.During the festivities, Air Canada presented Brian Robertson, president of the Canada West region of Vision Travel, a Direct Travel Company, with a Circle of Excellence plaque in recognition of the “exceptional” partnership between the two companies.Vancouver Open HouseIn Edmonton, team members from former UNIGLOBE One Travel, former Percy Hunt Travel and Vision Travel were all in attendance, in addition to over 100 clients, team members and partners. Once again, Air Canada presented the management team with the Circle of Excellence plaque.Edmonton Open HouseThe open houses come on the heels of two recent Virtuoso events in Vancouver and Toronto, where Vision Travel was front and centre.More news:  Canada raises travel warning amid escalating protests in Hong KongLynda Sinclair, senior vice-president of leisure travel for Vision Travel, said that the luxury sector is the key to the company’s success.“These shows featured a tremendous mix of suppliers and proved an excellent opportunity for our advisors to network and learn. In fact, one of the independent travel advisors that recently joined us was able to source an On Site to fulfill a client request with the special Virtuoso touch that sets us apart.”Joelle Goldman, director US & Canada for global member partnerships at Virtuoso, added: “Vision travel advisors truly understand what we are all about and have given us first-rate support from the beginning. As a result, we have a special partnership with Vision Travel, which is one of the largest Canadian Virtuoso member agency groups.” Tags: Edmonton, Openings & Renovations, Vancouver, Vision Travel << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more