More unique tours on offer from Travel Directors

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More unique tours on offer from Travel Directors

Travel Directors has introduced a newly revamped, modernised and larger brochure for 2018-19, including a new three-page gatefold colour coded world map to provide a quick and easy reference for agents of Travel Directors destinations.

The new layout and format has been designed with agents in mind to assist them in gaining better knowledge of the operators’ services and products. New sections such as the “The Travel Directors Difference” create a brief overview of the standout qualities of the brand for agents and their clients.

Market development manager Alison Osborne said the company focused on imagery in the new look brochure to show case destinations that are not as easily recognisable.

“These stunning photos and clear maps assist placing non-mainstream destinations on the world map allowing agents and clients a better understanding of the countries we explore”.

There is also the inclusion of six new tours in the brochure, including the newest “Jordan and Oman”- a 22-day tour multiple night stays in each country along the way.

Another major addition to the company’s 70-plus destinations is the return of a 29-day itinerary to South America – ‘Galapagos to Patagonia’ – beginning with a five day cruise around the Galapagos Islands and visiting many highlights in Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina.

Both itineraries are in keeping with Travel Directors’ tradition of providing high quality cutting-edge tours to more remote and lesser-known regions of the world.

Ms Osborne said that the popularity of Travel Directors’ all-inclusive itineraries are due to the fact  that they are well-structured and provide guidance and leadership from expert tour leaders, allowing people to travel to  more adventurous areas of the world.

Source = Travel Directors
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