Global tour operator Collette Travel, which recently announced as much as 90% of their travel itineraries are operating at pre-pandemic levels, is now booking travel to Australia and New Zealand for departures beginning in September 2022, following a nearly two-year-long pause due to Covid-19. The South Pacific opened to travelers earlier this week after closing its borders for more than 700 days.
A variety of itineraries are being offered throughout Australia and New Zealand, including a brand new small group explorations tour. Guests on the inspiring 22-day Australia and New Zealand Uncovered tour will experience the core of Maori culture in New Zealand and then dive into the unparalleled Outback of Australia, giving them the best of both worlds. Pricing starts at $5,899 pp.
“For years, Australia and Zealand have both emerged as favorite destinations amongst our guests. We’re now offering six itineraries, including a variety of unique experiences, so that you can choose the right one for your client.” said Jaclyn Leibl-Cote, President of Collette.
Australia and New Zealand appeals to both the adventurous as well as those seeking a little relaxation. Guests can enjoy “the barbie” and fine wines, beautiful beaches, and scenic landscapes in the mountains.
Clients can book confidently knowing that when they add Collette’s Travel Protection Plan, they get a full money-back refund† if they need to cancel – up to 24 hours before departure. Travel advisors will also earn advanced commission.
Visit www.collette.com for more information.
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