Get Canada Savvy

With 2023 bookings looking strong for Canada, now is the time for agents to make sure they are Canada Savvy.

Get Canada Savvy

With 2023 bookings looking strong for Canada, now is the time for agents to make sure they are Canada Savvy.

Destination Canada is inviting agents and tour operator reservation staff to get Canada Savvy at a central London venue on November 16.

Agents will get to mingle over an informal lunch on the banks of the River Thames at 2 Savoy Place, WC2R 0BL, from 12:00-16:30, meeting a bundle of representatives from  across Canada.

Chat through the finer details of itinerary planning, road trips, unique wildlife viewing lodges and other aspects of how to bring Canada to life for your clients in a fun, fast-paced afternoon.

With 2023 bookings looking strong for Canada, now is the time for agents to make sure they are Canada Savvy and can gain their clients confidence with their depth of Canada knowledge to book them on those Bucket List trips.

Expect to meet:

Canadian Affair, Air Canada, Air Transat, Westjet, Yukon, North West Territories  and Nunavut, British Columbia , Vancouver, Sun Peaks, Victoria, Whistler, Alberta , Banff  Lake Louise, Edmonton, Calgary, Canmore, Jasper, Saskatchewan, Manitoba , Ontario , North  Ontario, Toronto, Ottawa, Quebec ,Montreal, Quebec City, Laurentians, Southern Quebec, Outaouis, Authentic Quebec,  Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Labrador,  Via Rail, Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada, and Indigenous British Columbia &  Indigenous Alberta

The afternoon event will finish with fizz, cake and prizes, including a top prize of a trip to Toronto.

canadaspecialists.co.uk

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