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Custom tour operator Audley Travel has updated its The World Your Way global brochure for advisors and introduced online training to help them maximize their partnership with the luxury operator.

“I’m delighted to be able to share our online training, as well as the updated The World Your Way brochure with advisors. Both resources will help travel advisors become more competitive in the luxury bespoke market, offering their clients memorable trips that will help to grow their own business,” said Peter Worthing, Head of Partnerships for Audley Travel.

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The 20-minute A-List Training session is designed to provide you with essential knowledge about Audley and how to grow your bespoke business.

The updated 192-page global brochure contains trip ideas created by Audley’s specialists to offer fresh perspectives on destinations. It also features suggestions for experiences and stays catering to various interests, from traditional homestays in India’s Keralan Backwaters to hiking on an uninhabited Galapagos island or spending a day on an Argentinean horse ranch. The brochure’s call-to-actions direct your clients to “speak to your travel advisor to start planning” instead of Audley’s website or reservation phone numbers. You can download a digital copy, order for your office, or have a copy sent directly to your clients with a personal not.

Audley offers a wide range of sample tours, such as the 8-day Japan’s Cities: Tokyo & Kyoto, which includes visits to Tokyo’s famous fish market, the giant bronze Buddha at Kamakura, Kyoto’s temples and Hiroshima’s Peace Park Museum and Atomic Bomb Dome. The 11-day Cape Town, Kruger & Victoria Falls tour features a guided walking tour of Cape Town, wildlife tracking in Kruger’s Sabi Sands Game Reserve and experiencing Victoria Falls from a boat, helicopter or microlight. The 10-day Italy’s Art Cities: Venice, Florence & Rome tour takes clients to uncover Venice’s hidden past, explore Ancient Rome’s secrets and marvel at Michelangelo’s masterpieces. It also showcases Baroque art through Caravaggio’s most famous works.

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