Pack those winter warmers because Adventure World Travel is making it even easier to book & travel to the magical North, after the launch of its new tailor-made Scandinavia, Russia, and the Baltics portfolio.

The Adventure World Travel team have been preparing the Scandinavia portfolio over the past five months but brought forward the release due to demand from agents following the recent Bentours collapse.

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The Scandinavia collection will be the first of the range to be released in late November, with Russia and the Baltics available in mid-2020.

 

Stunning Scandi

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The portfolio will launch with the most popular itineraries in Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland and Greenland in late-November. In addition to its tailor-made offering, the collection will also showcase the brand’s exclusive small group journey GSAs, such as Explore Worldwide’s boutique Yurt accommodation in Iceland and Natural Habitat’s luxury Greenland basecamp.

In the ocean expedition category, Adventure World Travel will continue its existing exclusive partnership with Lindblad Expeditions – National Geographic, and was delighted to announce recently its new strategic partnership with Hurtigruten that enables the brand to incorporate Hurtigruten voyages including; the Original Coastal Voyage; new Norway Cruises; plus core land-based excursions and tours such as “Norway in a Nutshell” and “Follow the Lights” in their bespoke itineraries.

“We made the decision in early 2019 that these countries were a natural progression for the Adventure World Travel brand and complement our three product pillars of Wildlife & Wilderness, Culture & Heritage, and active adventures.”

Neil Rodgers, Managing Director of Adventure World Travel

“To launch a new product line is not an overnight process for us, as we personally inspect each of the products that we offer, and extensive training is required to ensure we do not compromise our high levels of expertise and product knowledge.”, he continued.

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