Wholesalers

Gate 1 Travel kicks of 2020 with massive sale

Gate 1 Travel has announced a new offer to satisfy your clients and help you beat those holiday blues.

To kick off 2020, the wholesaler has launched a massive 15 per cent off sale across the entire range of its Discovery tours.

With an average capacity of 15 and a maximum of 22 travellers per group, Gate 1’s small-group Discovery range of tours are designed for travellers who want to experience a destination intimately, without the crowds.

Guests on these specialist-style tours experience unique, hands-on cultural offerings such as home-cooked meals by the locals, tours through lesser-known parts of cities, and behind-the-scenes access to sites that most visitors have never even heard of.

The sale is on until 31 January 2020. To take advantage of the 15 per cent discount, use the promo code TWDSCV15A at checkout.

For full terms and conditions, visit Gate 1’s website.

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