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Become a Peru expert before the end of October and you could win a $200 gift card!

Sponsored by Promperú

Register for Promperú’s e-learning platform to get the lowdown on one of South America’s most popular destinations AND be in the running to win a $200 gift card!

The Peru Travel Training program is designed to give you savvy travel agents all the tools you need to become a bonafide Peru expert.

Through this training opportunity, you can gain certifications from a range of spiffy content, insider tips, images and other valuable assets.

Peru is a veritable smorgasbord of natural beauty, rich cultural diversity and highly specialised and adventurous experiences.

Image source: Promperú

Using Promperú’s e-learning resources, you can give your clients the inside scoop on this popular destination’s distinct, once-in-a-lifetime experiences and opportunities that are sure to provoke curiosity, awe and a love for adventure travelling.

The five program modules include an overview of Peru, destination highlights, hidden treasures, adventure and nature activities, and luxury travel.

Agents who score all five of Peru’s e-learning badges before 31 October 2021 will go in the draw to win a $200 gift card!

You’ll also get access to the latest COVID-19 measures in Peru so your clients can travel with confidence as well as all the assets and content you need to sell this captivating destination.

Register for the Peru Travel Training program and get access to all five modules HERE.

Or, if you’ve got questions about the platform or Peru in general, get in touch with Karina Oliva at koliva@promperu.gob.pe.



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