Tuesday, June 1, 2010
Harvey World Travel Launches Personally Escorted Holidays
Managing Director of Harvey World Travel, David Rivers, says the collection was specially created and designed for travellers who enjoy a worry and fuss-free holiday.
"Personally escorted by their local Harvey World Travel agent, travellers will experience a superior level of customer service, and be able to take advantage of our passionate agents' expert knowledge of the country," says David.
"Importantly, this collection provides travellers with a premium product and unrivalled customer experience. Personally escorted holidays also give first time international travellers confidence and a sense of security.
"Travellers of all age groups enjoy being taken care of, especially when they are in a foreign land. Having trusted and experienced person to ensure that things go as planned, or even rearrange the itinerary if necessary, allows travellers to be stress-free to enjoy their break.
"Harvey World Travel's unique collection of Personally Escorted Holidays incorporates land tours and cruises and covers all corners of the world.
"Already, our shops are experiencing overwhelming client interest in these exclusive tours and we look forward to creating more unique holidays for this collection."
The list of Personally Escorted Holidays includes:
Traditional Europe (departs 23 July)
Britain & Ireland (departs 29 July)
Okavango Delta & Victoria Falls (departs 19 August)
Eastern Europe at Leisure (departs 29 August)
East Coast USA & Canada (departs 28 September)
South America Discovery (departs 18 October)
Hawaii Golf Cruise (departs 26 November)
Christmas in New York & Caribbean Cruise (departs 22 December)
For information on the tours, visit www.harveyworld.com.au or call 132 757.
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