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Destination Canada to offer fams across Canada

Destination Canada to offer fams across Canada

Destination Canada is offering agents the chance to experience iconic Canadian destinations inspired by the new BBC 1 series Race Across the World.

There are 20 places on offer across four fams (five agents on each) for those agents who have completed our Canada Travel Specialist Agent training programme to Platinum Level.

The fams will depart in July, late September and October this year in partnership with Prestige Travel, Air Canada, Air Transat, Rocky Mountaineer, Destination Ontario, Via Rail, and Travel Alberta.

In addition,10 agents have the chance to jet off to Montreal to expand their knowledge thanks to First Class Holidays. trips departing May 26.

The special deal costs £299 each for both an agent and a plus one. Departing May 26, the package includes return Air Canada Economy flights, three nights in downtown Montreal and passes for City sight seeing tour.

For  £499 each an additional 10 agents can secure return flights to Vancouver (departing October 3), three nights in Vancouver, three in Whistler and attraction passes in both locations for you and a plus one.  

Adam Hanmer, Trade Manager at Destination Canada, said: “At Destination Canada we are passionate about getting travel agents out to Canada.

“We have built out four Canada specialist FAM trips this year for agents to experience the beauty of Canada. Last year in partnership with First Class Holidays we sent 55 travel agents to Toronto for a weekend city break for £299 each with their partners. This year we are offering trips to Montreal and Whistler/Vancouver at a favourable price.

“In our opinion nothing beats experiencing a destination for yourself and being able to enjoy it with your partner makes it an even more genuine experience. Your choice if you want to Race each other whilst there.”

To be eligible for any of these trips you have to take the Canada Specialist Program to Platinum level at www.canadaspecialist.co.uk . Deadlines apply.    

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