Boutique tourism representation company Unique Latin America has just hosted its very first Agent famil to Peru where five lucky travel consultants got a chance to tick Machu Picchu and The Amazon off their bucket lists.

During the 10-day famil, they experienced Mountain Lodges of Peru’s soft adventure program, The Sacred Valley and Lares Adventure to Machu Picchu.

This luxury lodge-to-lodge program allowed the Agents to create their own journey each day by choosing between a range of picturesque hikes and authentic cultural activities on route to the ancient citadel.

The group then flew to Iquitos to embark on Delfin Amazon Cruises’ newest luxury vessel, the Delfin III. During the 3-night cruise, the group saw pink river dolphins, baby sloths, caimans and birdlife, all whilst enjoying the delicious cuisine and comfort of the Relais & Chateaux-listed vessel.

Throughout the trip, the agents stayed in elegant boutique properties including El Mercado Hotel and El Retablo Boutique Arts Hotel in Cusco and Australian-owned Casa Republica Hotel in Lima.

Rebeca Espinoza, Managing Director of Unique Latin America, explained that the tourism representation company places immense value on travel agents and are always looking for new ways to support the development of their destination and product knowledge.

“I am so thrilled that these agents have been able to experience first-hand exactly what Unique Latin America and our select partners are all about. Unique, remote and deeply authentic experiences that immerse their guests in the true essence of Latin America.”

Rebeca Espinoza, Managing Director of Unique Latin America.

Unique Latin America which started in 2012 , works closely with wholesalers, travel agents to showcase a select group of authentic Latin American tourism products to the Australian market.

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