Any time a country or region imposes any sort of visa stipulation - even if it’s a waiver - the travel industry sighs a collective groan, knowing the obstacles and headaches to come.
TORONTO — More young Canadians are travelling solo than ever before, says Contiki, as it launches its brand new ‘Travel Solo’ campaign.
With 55% of Contiki clients travelling on their own nowadays, the campaign aims to encourage young travellers to “step out of their comfort zone and literally fly solo”, said the company in an official release.
As part of ‘Travel Solo’, clients can save 10% on select Contiki adventures around the world when booking before May 31. In addition, to reward travel agents for their efforts in championing solo travel, Contiki is awarding the two agents who book the most passengers in May a set of Beats Solo headphones.
“Travel is an experience best shared and travelling with Contiki connects young clients to forever friendships, turning the experience of a lifetime into a lifetime of experiences,” said Sheralyn Berry, President for Contiki Canada. “The number one thing past Contiki clients rave about is the lifelong friendships they make along the way, and our trips really provide the ideal adventure, giving solo travellers the opportunity to make connections with like-minded people from around the world.”
The new campaign highlights 24 of Contiki’s most popular trips worldwide, including:
For more information go to https://www.contiki.com/ca/en/activity/travel-solo.