‘Making life easier for Agents’, that’s pretty much Trafalgar’s raison d’être in 2017 with major incentives allowing consultants to experience destinations first-hand, straightforward deals, unique offerings and now 100% confirmed departures.

The tour operator revealed this morning that a large number of its itineraries are good-to-go this year, including those in Britain, Asia AND Europe.

This means consultants will be able to book their clients on any itineraries in the three regions with the confidence of knowing that they’re guaranteed to set off.

Trafalgar Asia

According to Managing Director Matt Cameron-Smith, Trafalgar has experienced “overwhelming popularity” for its product this year, which has allowed the business to give consultants access to 100% confirmed departures.

“Our Agent partners know that Trafalgar represents authentic, effortless and fun holidays no matter what date and knowing that our season is now 100% definite means they can continue to sell our extensive portfolio and book the brand with confidence knowing they will get the best value and best experience for their clients.”

Matt Cameron-Smith, Trafalgar Managing Director

“We are all about making it easy for Agents and this is also our way of saying ‘thank you’ for their continued support.”

Trafalgar Nordic

Speaking to KARRYON, Cameron-Smith revealed that demand for Asia, Britain and Europe is “well above last year”, particularly in the UK, Ireland and Scandinavia where the business has experienced significant growth.

He also revealed that Italy has remained a firm favourite in 2017 for Trafalgar, while Switzerland is also proving to be popular.

“Certainly the demand is well above last year however there is still space so my suggestion would be to get in quick!”

Matt Cameron-Smith, Trafalgar Managing Director

Meanwhile, Travel Agents are being reminded that there’s still time to win one of 40 spots on this year’s Acclaim Achievers trip to South America!

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Are you excited for Trafalgar’s definite departures?