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Wholesaler wrap: Viva Holidays says hello to Harry Potter, Wendy Wu’s early bird specials + more!

It’s Monday, folks, and that means two things: it’s time for our weekly wholesaler wrap, and for some hair-of-the-dog treatment for Travel Weekly‘s editor at the local pub.

Wendy Wu Tours’ Early Bird 2020 Specials

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Wendy Wu Tours has released a dedicated Early Bird Specials brochure for 2020 featuring significant savings on a wide range of popular tours to China, Japan, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, India, Tibet and Sri Lanka.

Available for sale now, the Early Bird specials feature over 500 departures across 50 popular tours with savings of up to $600 per person. This year sees more tours and departures on offer than ever before.

Also featured in the brochure is a variety of Wendy Wu Tours’ bestselling fully inclusive Classic Tours as well as land-only stopover packages in Hong Kong and Singapore to complement customers’ chosen tours and are available pre and/or post tour.

Collette’s new-look Americas 2020–21 brochure out now

Collette has launched its new look ‘The Americas’ 2020-21 brochure with North, Central, South America and Antarctica all included for the first time, totalling 37 unique tours across these spectacular continents.

To launch The Americas 2020-21 brochure, Collette is offering a 10 per cent saving on its Top 10 Americas tours including: America’s Music Cities; Best of Eastern Canada; Canadian Rockies by Train; Islands of New England; America’s National Parks.

As well as popular new tours Washington DC, Niagara Falls & New York City; Painted Canyons of the West; Bluegrass Country and The Smoky Mountains; and Central/South American tours: Galapagos and Machu Picchu, and Tropical Costa Rica.

Bunnik Tours launches four new European Getaways for 2020

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Booking clients for Europe 2020 just got a little more exciting with the launch of four new itineraries by small group specialist Bunnik Tours. The tours cater exclusively to a maximum of 20 travellers offering an immersion into cultural experiences, historic treasures, landscapes, and regional food experiences.

An early bird saving of $500 is on offer to clients for new bookings for departures from March to November 2020.  Bookings and deposits need to be taken by September 27, 2019.

Agents booking on these new European tours, or any Bunnik tours, will be in the running for the company’s ‘megafamil’ which will see 45 lucky agents visiting the pearl of the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka in October, 2019.

Viva Holidays says hello to Harry Potter

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Viva Holidays are now selling packages to the exclusive Australasian production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – Parts One and Two, playing exclusively in Melbourne.

Performing to full houses at Melbourne’s Princess Theatre, this must-see event is one play presented in two parts which can be seen on the same day or consecutive evenings making it the perfect show to combine with a Melbourne stay.

Viva Holidays ‘Show & Stay’ offers include tickets to both parts and accommodation deals combinable with extended stays and flights providing package options for enthusiasts around Australia and beyond.

Viva Holidays are also running an agent incentive rewarding the highest ticket sales until 3 November 2019 with prizes awarded fortnightly, plus a chance to win a spot on an agent famil to Melbourne to see the production.

Topdeck launches Europe 2020 pre-release trips

Youth travel experts, Topdeck Travel, are launching a pre-release selection of their most popular European trips for 2020. The first 1000 customers to book their trips between 10th July and 31st August 2019 will enjoy a 10% savings on 2019 prices.

Whether you’re looking to explore the beauty of the Tuscan countryside, hone your sailing skills through the Greek Islands or hike across Norway’s second largest glacier, Topdeck has plenty of choice for travellers.

Topdeck’s entire 2020 Europe product range, which includes over 100 trips, will be released in early September 2019.

Ormina Tours 2020 dates and prices launch

Ormina Tours has launched its 2020 program with more departure dates on their popular small group journeys such as Sicily Bella. The program also allows more back-to-back combinations between small group tours and its personally tailored European City Breaks and Regional Discoveries.

The program delivers two new itineraries over the European Winter months, designed to suit families or winter activity enthusiasts at any level of experience. A late departure on the Berlin to Budapest small group tour complements these new releases as an optional add on.

Both additions are fully customisable to suit travellers’ relative expertise and experience in the snow.

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