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Collette launches sale on 2021-22 bookings worldwide

Collette just launched a cheeky discount on its 2021-22 tours worldwide!

Running until 31 December 2020, the sale includes a 10 per cent discount on experiences from every continent.

Your clients can experience the ‘Cultural treasures of Japan’ from $6,434 per person, saving them $715 on 12 nights accommodation across five locations, a ride on the famous Shinkansen bullet train and 19 meals including a sake tasting, and a traditional kaiseki dinner with Geisha show in Kyoto.

Old favourites including ‘Southern Italy and Sicily’ (now $3,194, save $355), ‘Shades of Ireland’ (now $2,474, save $275) and ‘Northern Lights of Finland’ (now $4,891, save $540) are also available as part of the sale.

The sale covers all travel dates between 1 January 2021 and 30 June 2022.  If your clients book within this period, they are entitled to change their travel dates up to 60 days prior to departure.

All bookings are fully refundable for 30 days, with the option of purchasing a cancellation waiver for $95 per person to allow for free cancellation or changes up to 24 hours before a trip to ease the financial stress and uncertainty of post-pandemic travel.

Your clients will be backed by Colette’s Travelling Well Experience guidelines, featuring a number of protocols to ensure their health, wellbeing and enjoyment for the whole trip.


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