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Collette releases 2021/22 travel guide with seven new tours

Collette has released a digital edition of its 2021-22 Worldwide Travel Guide to help get your clients inspired to book for next year.

The guide, which is available now, features 145 tours from New Zealand to Alaska with dates through to May 2022.

It features seven new ‘exploration’ small-group tours complete with boutique accommodation and multi-night stays to make sure your client gets their fill of a destination.

The new tours include three new Italy experiences, chalking up the company’s total number of Italy trips to 18.

These latest additions take a deep dive into the south of Italy, exploring Sicily, Malta and the Amalfi Coast.

View of Palermo, Sicily Italy

Other new tours include Alaska’s Northern, featuring a ride on the Alaska Aurora Winter Train, Netherlands, Belgium and France including three nights at La Maison Facart in Paris and African Safari: Kenya and Tanzania, where your clients can see the Ngorongoro crater.

To take the stress and uncertainty out of planning ahead, Collette’s cancellation policy assures a full refund if the tour gets cancelled.

Your client can also buy a Cancellation Waiver from $95 per person to allow them to change dates up to 60 days prior or cancel up to 24 hours before a tour with the same full refund guarantee.

You can check out the new guide HERE.

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