Trek Travel has a new look, a new website, and new trips to excite.
WISCONSIN — Trek Travel, a leader in life-changing cycling vacations, is proud to announce its new offerings for 2014, including new destinations and a completely redesigned web experience. Both the trips and site promise to deliver more truly unique experiences than ever before.
With trips as exotic as Myanmar and as familiar as Santa Barbara, there is plenty for a traveller to choose from in 2014. Trek Travel’s new destinations also include Puglia, Italy, Blackberry Farm in the Great Smoky Mountains, Andalucia and six days in a Barcelona villa in Spain, or an epic, once-in-a-lifetime Cross Country USA extravaganza. Whether it’s luxurious relaxation or epic miles, there’s truly a trip for everyone.
And now Trek Travel offers a whole new way to find those trips with their brand new, fully rebuilt website. Filled with exceptional travel photography and engineered with new navigation, this innovative, responsive site puts the cycling vacation-seeker into a fully-immersive, truly powerful web experience that’s only one step removed from a vacation itself. It’s built with mobile, tablet and desktop functionality, so now Trek Travel is available whenever and wherever the travel bug bites.
“We’re extremely excited about 2014,” said Tania Burke, owner and president of Trek Travel. “Not only are we planning cycling trips that no other tour operator offers, but we’re creating experiences like the incredible 45-day Portland-to-Portland Cross-Country trip that change the very definition of “once-in-a-lifetime”.”
“And our site,” she adds, “is a beautiful, robust, and picturesque way to shop. It’s the closest you can get to one of our trips without actually getting up from your chair.”
Also new to Trek Travel is the ‘Classic’ category of vacations, which is composed of luxury, explorer and ‘luxplorer’ (combination) accommodation options, depending on a rider’s travel needs. A traveler can shop for vacations based on destination, time of year, rider skill level, price or style.
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