Save on Exodus Travels’ 2017 Tours
PHOTO: Fat biking in Finland. (photo courtesy of Exodus Travels)
WHY IT RATES: Exodus’ savings isn’t just for one particular tour, the discounts apply for any of the 600-plus tours that visit over 100 countries. Travel agents who excel in selling Exodus tours also stand to benefit. -Michael Isenbek, TravelPulse Senior Editor
Exodus Travels, one of the world’s leading adventure tour operators, has launched a new campaign to encourage more clients to choose adventure in 2017.
Clients can save $150 per person off the price of any guided or self-guided trip in 2017. The offer is valid on new bookings made from now until Dec. 1, 2016. With 600-plus tours to 100-plus countries worldwide, the 2017 collection will inspire every type of client to lock down their travel dreams today.
New itineraries include winter fat biking in Finland, a weeklong highlights tour of Peru and a culinary journey through Italy’s “Food Alley,” featuring visits to family-owned wineries and local cheese producers and the chance to join an authentic truffle hunt.
In addition to the savings, clients will have their first pick on journeys that sell out months in advance, such as Exodus’ best-selling tour Walking the Amalfi Coast.
Exodus’ Agent Adventure Club (AAC) rewards travel advisors for assisting the adventure travel pioneers in empowering travelers to see the world differently. For every 10 bookings made, agents can earn a free spot on any Exodus tour valued at $2,500. AAC agents also have access to discounts and promotions before they are released, including deep discounts for travel advisors and companions on all Exodus tours. Exodus also hosts bi-monthly incentives, contests and more chances to earn some incredible prizes through this platform.
For more information on the Adventure Launch 2017 promotion, visit exodustravels.com. Terms and Conditions apply.
SOURCE: An Exodus Travels press release
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