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Experience ‘A Taste of Adventure’ with Exodus Travels’ New Agent Incentive

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For every new booking, American travel agents will receive a free hardcopy edition of the award-winning tour operator’s exclusive cookbook

screen-shot-2017-02-02-at-10-31-27-amTo celebrate the release of Exodus Travels’ new 2017-2018 brochures, the award-winning adventure tour operator is giving American travel agents something to savor: an exclusive hard copy of its new cookbook ‘A Taste of Adventure.’ The 136-page case bound book contains mouthwatering recipes from around the Exodus globe. From Icelandic lamb soup to Peruvian ceviche and South Africa’s national dish bobotie, these recipes have been collected with the assistance of Exodus’ travelers, staff members and local leaders and partners. Travel agents will receive one cookbook for every new booking made from now until March 31, 2017, delivered right to their door.

“Here at Exodus, we believe one of the greatest joys, for ourselves and for our travelers, is being able to pull up a chair and break bread with the locals,” said Sasha Andrews, Director of Industry Sales in North America for Exodus Travels. “This globetrotting recipe book is packed with exciting ways for you and your clients to recreate your favourite adventures at home, as well as inspiring suggestions for where to travel to next.”

screen-shot-2017-02-02-at-10-31-40-amExodus Travels’ recipe for a great vacation starts with high-quality ingredients. Seeking out new and interesting destinations, or finding a new take on a classic adventure, Exodus starts by combining the different highlights of a region – its architectural masterpieces, scenic viewpoints, and historic hotspots to name a few. To this, they add a generous dollop of local knowledge from award-winning guides and avoids the crowds through expert planning. Next they throw in a dash of activity, from gentle hiking to iconic point-to-point treks, easy riverside cycling to hardcore ascents, kayaking, or simply meandering around the local market. Finally, they season liberally with off-the-beaten track touches, such as the best back alley gelateria, the secret garden most people miss, or the quirky little shrine that doesn’t get mentioned in guidebooks.

Exodus specializes in experiential travel, whilst always being mindful of the impact they have on the places they explore. The 600+ self-guided and small group adventures take clients away from the ordinary and into the extraordinary, enabling real immersion into a new culture and its cuisine.

In addition, with Exodus’ dedicated Responsible Tourism department, travel agents can tell their clients that their trip and travels are making the world a better place.

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