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OPERATOR NEWS YOU CAN USE


Premier expands its Faraway programme


Juliet Dennis juliet.dennis@travelweekly.co.uk


Premier Holidays has added a range of tours to its Faraway brochure, with a focus on wildlife and cycling excursions.


The brochure’s


release coincides with the operator launching a tactical campaign to push bookings to Bermuda. The Faraway programme


features two new India excursions – block printing in Bagru and a cycling tour of Delhi – and a Big Cat Safari. New excursions in China and


Japan include a visit to see pandas in the China Essential and Panda Tour, and a three-hour cycling tour through the back streets of Kyoto. In Sri Lanka, a boat safari option has been added to see elephants


Riviera Travel unveils escorted tours in Asia, Costa Rica and Baltic


Touring and river cruise operator Riviera Travel has introduced three new escorted tours for 2017. An 11-day Costa Rica tour


will include visits to the remote Cano Negro Wildlife Refuge and Monteverde Cloud Forest. It also includes a three-night stay in Manuel Antonio National Park and a tour of the capital San Jose. Also new is an eight-day Helsinki, Tallinn and Riga tour, which features Unesco World Heritage Site Suomenlinna fortress in the Finnish capital. A two-week tour of Malaysia, Borneo and Singapore features a


TALLINN: Features on new tour


rickshaw ride through Penang, the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre in Borneo and a stay at the Shangri-La Rasa Risa Resort. Marketing director Ben Hitchcock said: “We use our 30-plus years of experience, constantly listen to customer feedback, look at trends in the market and research cultural


interests to decide on new tours.” rivieratravel.co.uk/agents


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swimming in Gal Oya National Park. Also new are the Journey Through Vietnam and Cambodia Cultural Discovery tours. Head of sales and


marketing Debbie Goffin said: “Wildlife and cycling trips are becoming increasingly popular, so we’ve made sure to give enthusiasts a wide variety.”


New destinations include Khanom in Thailand, and Panglao


and Palawan in the Philippines. The operator is offering agents


between £25 and £150 for every inclusive booking made. Premier’s Bermuda campaign, aimed at raising awareness, includes twin-centre offers to New York and Bermuda. A nine-night trip, combining accommodation in two four-star hotels, is available from


£1,999 – a saving of up to £674. trade.premierholidays.co.uk


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