Travel Agents

Luxury Gold introduces new agent incentive for India

Global luxury escorted journey provider Luxury Gold has announced a new sales incentive for travel agents, allowing top-sellers to experience India.

Travel agents who qualify for the incentive will have the opportunity to experience either a 13-day ‘Imperial Rajasthan’ or eight-day ‘Essence of India’ journey and learn about Luxury Gold’s India product for themselves.

The winners will also have the chance to bring along a guest, as they explore the rich heritage of India’s bustling cities, marvelling at the Taj Mahal one day, and the next searching for the elusive Bengal tiger on the former royal hunting grounds of Ranthambore.

The itineraries also include VIP experiences such as the opportunity to walk through a village in the shadow of the Taj Mahal with one of the local villagers to discover the way of life as agriculturists next to India’s most famous monument.

Money generated from the local visit is used for sanitation in the village and education for women.

With VIP door-to-door transfers and a travelling concierge to accompany them along the trip, agents are guaranteed the same experience as all Luxury Gold guests, with accommodation at some of the finest properties in India, meals at acclaimed restaurants, and the option of dining with locals for a truly authentic experience.

To qualify, agents must sell a minimum of 15 guests on any India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan Luxury Gold 2019 trip before 31 May. Terms and conditions apply.

For more information, visit luxurygoldvacations.com/au/agent-area or call 1300 727 767, or contact your local sales manager.

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