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‘The Places We’ll Go’: Bunnik Tours launches campaign for 2022 trips

Your clients can snag 2022 trips at 2020 prices, thanks to the kind folk at Bunnik Tours.

The tour operator’s new campaign, ‘The Places We’ll Go’, focuses on rekindling Aussie travellers wanderlust and reminding them of the places, sights and people waiting for them around the world.

“We know we can’t travel internationally just yet, but when we can safely, we can’t wait to reconnect with the world’s people, places and cultures”, Bunnik Tours’ joint CEO, Dennis Bunnik, said.

“Following on from our successful ‘Still Dreaming, Still Bunnik Tours’ campaign, this campaign is about getting our travellers excited about the places we’ll go, the sights we’ll see, and the people we’ll meet again.

“As Australia’s small-group touring specialists, we’re excited at the prospect of getting back out there and showcasing our incredible world in the comfortable and safe environment of small groups.”

Lake Bled, Slovenia

For a limited time, your clients can secure their future travel on 12 of Bunnik’s small-group tours in Europe, Asia, South America, and Africa:

  • Spain, Portugal & Morocco, 27 days from $11,795 per person.
  • Jewels of Dalmatia, 21 days from $9,995 per person.
  • Italian Discovery, 24 days from $12,795 per person.
  • Southern Italy, Sicily and Malta, 23 days from $10,995 per person.
  • Turkey in Depth, 20 days from $7,395 per person.
  • Moroccan Discovery, 20 days from $7,695 per person.
  • Sri Lankan Discovery, 17 days from $5,295 per person.
  • Japan Discovery, 16 days from $10,895 per person.
  • South American Explorer, 28 days from $15,895 per person.
  • Peru Explorer, 20 days from $10,795 per person.
  • Kenya & Tanzania, 17 days from $13,195 per person.
  • Namibia, Botswana & Victoria Falls, 24 days from $15,995 per person.

Your clients can enjoy confidence in booking with Bunnik Tours’ new terms and conditions and confidence in travelling with the WTTC and CATO Covid Safe Travel Protocols that the company has adopted.

To help agents promote and sell these tours, Bunnik Tours has put together a suite of resources including social media tiles, custom-branded flyers, EDM banners and more. You can access these via the comapny’s agent portal.

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