Trafalgar has launched its USA & Canada 2017 programme, bringing visitors one of the best of North and Central America.
The expanded product providing consists of the introduction of Texas as a brand new vacation spot for the very first time in Trafalgar’s historical past, with model new itinerary Adventures of the Lone Star State.
Other new guided holidays added for subsequent 12 months embrace Mexico’s Copper Canyon and Colonial Cities and an in-depth exploration of California’s Great National Parks, plus Trafalgar has added an abundance of latest Insider Experiences.
Trafalgar’s enhanced USA & Canada portfolio gives brokers with added alternatives to promote these wonderful locations throughout its most complete programme up to now.
Whether brokers’ shoppers are in search of the serenity and silence of a National Park or the unstoppable vitality of a vibrant metropolis, the 2017 programme celebrates the range of the USA, Canada and Central America, from the picturesque and placid to the daring and bustling, and every little thing in-between.
Each itinerary brings North American traditions and native cultures to life by Trafalgar’s unrivalled Insider Experiences.
Boasting 30 Be My Guest eating experiences, the 2017 programme options new additions together with the prospect to style a centuries-old ‘low country boil’ recipe at Ms Linda’s charming beachside house on Tybee Island, Georgia, while award-winning ribs and brisket are on the menu at an genuine Texan BBQ with third-generation proprietor and pitmaster, Wayne Muller.
Jamie Loizou, Trafalgar UK head of promoting, commented: “Trafalgar stays dedicated to offering brokers with all the required instruments to assist them generate much more fee, and our expanded USA and Canada programme goals to do precisely that.
“With this 12 months marking the centenary of the National Parks Service, now we have responded to in style curiosity surrounding this anniversary and added a model new Californian itinerary which explores the pure splendour of Sequoia, Yosemite, Mammoth Lakes and Death Valley.
“It isn’t just the good open air which may be emotionally evocative; America’s nice cities are equally electrifying and we go to a number of the best, from cool and artistic Austin to charming Charleston.
“No brand is better equipped to bring guests larger-than-life holidays in the Americas.”