After the addition of 40 tours to 15 destinations in their Asia portfolio, Travel Impressions is now adding 20 exotic destinations in another two continents. A leading agent-exclusive operator, Travel Impressions is now offering over 70 new tours across the Eastern Mediterranean, Africa, and the Persian Gulf – most tours new to Travel Impressions – beginning on the 10th of August, 2018.
Amongst the newly added destinations you’ll find Botswana, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Morocco, Namibia, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. Don’t forget South Africa and Zimbabwe, locations where the tour operator was already operating.
On the new & refreshed itineraries is a strong focus on Africa’s unique attractions, exhibited through a multitude of safari experiences and tours, from 3-18 days in length, with a variety of activities to cater to every client and their varying needs. Furthermore, Travel Impressions still offer their premium Concierge Program, where clients have the ability to fully customize their own travel package.
Looking at their new Eastern Mediterranean and Persian Gulf portfolio, Travel Impressions have added Israel, Jordan, Oman, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates. Amongst these locations you’ll find memorable encounters and in-depth experiences filled with authentic local culture – TI agents will be able to provide their clients with experiences they won’t find anywhere else.
Although quite a few new locations are being added to Travel Impressions’ portfolio, they will still maintain their Concierge Program, allowing clients to fully customize their travel package.
Travelers are making more and more location decisions based on their cultural curiosity, a trend that will see an increase in the coming years – hidden & unknown destinations are really starting to attract more & more travellers according to Scott Wiseman, Travel Impressions president. He also adds that Travel Impressions is always looking to provide their loyal travel partners with a great range of unique experiences & tours that they can provide their clients.
These new programs are offered with Travel Impressions’ partnership with SITA World Tours, a fellow USTOA member that has an international reputation for first-class travel experiences that fit perfectly alongside Travel Impressions’ own exacting standards.
“We are delighted to expand our partnership with SITA World Tours.” states Wiseman. He adds that this relationship will allow them to provide an even larger range of distinct tour to their travel agent partners, which will help cater to clients seeking out those premium experiences.
In the additional 70-plus tours now available in the new Africa, Eastern Mediterranean and Persian Gulf portfolios, you’ll find amazing tours such as:
– Egypt (8 day): Welcome to the land of the Pharaohs. This tour covers the historical Aswan, history-rich Kom Ombo, the modern metropolis of Cairo, and finally Luxor, a modern city known for residing alongside many an ancient temple and tomb.
– Rwanda (3 day): The Volcanoes National Park is the setting of this Gorilla Trek expedition. Travellers will explore the park, enjoy awe-inspiring views of volcanoes, and visit a mountain gorilla family.
– Kenya (4 day): Masai Mara National Reserve is where you’ll enjoy the magnificent wildlife, and where the Simba Safari begins. In addition, you’ll enjoy the flamingo-lined shores of Lake Nakuru National Park, as well Lake Naivasha’s tranquility.
– The Holyland – Israel (8 day): A comprehensive tour of Israel, this experience takes you through diverse Jerusalem, bustling Tel Aviv, and metropolis Haifa. In addition, visit the lowest point on earth, and swim and float in the Dead Sea.
– Morocco (7-10 day): In this tour of Morocco’s Imperial Cities travellers will experience UNESCO World Heritage site Meknes, ‘The White City’ of Casablanca, bustling Rabat, medieval Fes, and last but not least Marrakech and its world famous vibrant souks (marketplaces) & mazelike alleyways. AN optional extension takes visitors through historical Erfoud and Ouarzazate, known as the ‘Gateway to the Sahara.”