In need of some dreamy travel inspo? Good news for you: Collette has launched its 2021-22 Worldwide Travel Guide, complete with exciting new tours and full customer refund policy.
Collette is dishing up the travel inspo and is all set for Australians to rediscover the joys of international travel with the release of its 2021-22 Worldwide Travel Guide.
The digital guide launched on September 16 and includes 145 tours – from New Zealand to Alaska, with dates through to May 2022.
Guests can book with confidence knowing Collette’s Cancellation Policy assures a full money-back refund in the event any tour can not go ahead – which takes the stress and uncertainty out of planning post-pandemic holidays.
In addition, travellers may purchase a Cancellation Waiver from only $95 per person, which allows the flexibility to change dates up to 60 days prior and cancel up to 24 hours prior to a tour, with the same full money-back guarantee.
Oh hello new trips
Carefully crafted to provide unique immersive experiences, Collette has released seven new Exploration small group tours.
The new tours all feature boutique accommodation and multi-night stays to ensure guests are able to enjoy the best experiences that a destination has to offer.
The new Exploration tours include three new Italy experiences, contributing to a total of 18 Collette tours to Italy:
- Sicily and Its Isles starts at $5,199 per person (limited time offer) and Collette is the only tour company to stays on the beautiful Aeolian Islands.
- Old World Sicily & Malta explores how ancient traditions blend into modern society amidst these two Mediterranean Island paradises, starting at $5,099 per person.
- Amalfi Coast to Puglia starts at $4,999 per person and goes off the beaten track to explore a new side to the Italy travellers know and love.
Other new tours include Alaska’s Northern Lights which features a ride on the Alaska Aurora Winter Train, Netherlands, Belgium & France including 3 nights at La Maison Favart in Paris and African Safari; Kenya & Tanzania where travellers visit the renowned Ngorongoro crater.
Click here to check out the 2021-22 Worldwide Travel Guide.
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