Titan Travel’s Worldwide 2020 brochure features 16 new itineraries, including island-hopping in Hawaii, a musical tour of the southern US, and a wildlife trip in Costa Rica.
The 293-page brochure replaces the operator’s Early Booking Bonanza, which is traditionally released at this time of year, allowing Titan to put its entire 2020 range on sale.
There are more than 200 escorted tours and cruises, and a new Price Promise campaign, which means customers will be refunded the difference if a holiday’s price drops after booking.
Early bookers who confirm their 2020 holiday before June 28 2019 will also qualify for low deposits of £99 per person on every tour.
The new Hawaiian Islands Discovery escorted tour offers clients the chance to island-hop between Maui, Big Island and Oahu, and see sights such as Pearl Harbour and Kilauea volcano.
The 11-night holiday costs from £3,549 per person, including flights, accommodation and excursions.
The new American Rhythms escorted tour explores the musical heritage of the US, visiting Chicago, Nashville, Memphis and New Orleans.
It offers the chance to meet local songwriters and to have a private lunch in New Orleans’ French Quarter.
The 11-night holiday costs from £2,799 including flights and accommodation.
The new 15-night Wild Costa Rica escorted tour features the chance spot forest wildlife, and costs from £2,999, including flights and accommodation.
A Taste of Southern Germany is a new escorted tour, exploring the culinary highlights of Bavaria. The seven-night holiday costs from £1,599 per person, including flights and accommodation.
To help clients choose the holiday that suits them, Titan has introduced a guide to the tour’s pace, ranging from one to three.
To mark the brochure’s launch, an agent incentive will run until the end June 2019.
Agents who book on Titan’s website will receive a £20 Lifestyle voucher, and those booking by phone will receive a £10 Lifestyle voucher.
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