Avanti Destinations launched its 2019 Go365 e-brochure including its 14 new customizable itineraries in Asia, Europe, and Latin America.
On the new Go365 e-brouchure, advisors can find info on 30 itineraries around the world, as well as experiences that can only be experienced during the early spring months, fall, and winter are recommended. Advisors can also find useful tips on off-season travel to many of the highlighted destinations, including those where Avanti recommends October through March city stays to beat the tourist crowds such as Venice and Rio de Janerio’s carnivals, Scotland’s January celebration of Robert Burns, Vienna’s waltzing season, and many more.
Customizable itineraries and city stays described in the e-brochure range from 4- to 13-days and are divided into three categories: Embrace the Cold showcasing traditional winter vacations such as the Christmas markets, hunting for the Northern Lights, or dog-sledding; Mild Weather showcasing vacations in both southern Europe and South America; and Escape the Cold tropical vacations in Southeast Asia, as well as Central and South America. Agents can combine destinations, or add or subtract hotel nights, transfers, tours, and activities, plus choose from a wide range of hotels.
Among the 14 new itineraries are: the 8-day Christmas Markets: Copenhagen, Stockholm, Tallin; the 13-day Connecting Continents visiting Colombia and Panama; the 5-day Whistlestop of Ireland’s Capitals; the 6-day Treats & Treks of Hong Kong; 9-day Peruvian Bliss including a spa treatment and a cooking class; 9-day China and the Gardens; 7-days of Magical Moments in Switzerland; and the 11-day Vietnam & Siem Ream Discovery.
In addition, agents who book now through August 31, 2019 can earn a $50 gift card for each online booking of at least $3,000 for travel to Asia, Europe, Central and South America taking place between Oct. 1, 2019 and March 31, 2020. The bookings to earn a gift card does not need to be for a Go365 product.
For more information, visit book.avantidestinations.com.