Definite Departures: Insight Celebrates Return To Travel

Insight Vacations is celebrating the return to travel with the launch of over 145+ Definite Departures beginning this July and August 2021; and featuring its popular itineraries in Europe, the Eastern Mediterranean and Egypt.

These departures reflect destinations which are now welcoming Canadians including Italy, France and Iceland.

Guests will enjoy stylish hand-picked hotels, authentic dining and unique Insight Experiences. They will have the assistance of a knowledgeable Travel Director who is committed to their well-being. Additionally, Insight’s tours now include a dedicated Well-Being Director.

Brad Ford, president of Insight Vacations and Luxury Gold Canada, said: “Our Insight Vacations team members are so excited to welcome back our Canadian guests. We are celebrating travel’s comeback by offering over 145+ Definite Departures beginning this July and August and for the rest of 2021 which gives clients the opportunity to reignite their wanderlust and fulfill their pent-up travel dreams within the next six months.”

Ford added: “Our loyal Travel Advisors can now help plan their clients well-deserved vacations with confidence, before the most in-demand departure dates are sold out.”

Some examples of Insight’s Definite Departures include:

  • Cruising the Adriatic coast on Dalmatian Elegance – July 2021 – travellers can discover Croatia on this 9-day Easy Pace style trip, cruising on a mega yacht.
  • The Greek Island Hopper in August 2021, is a 10-day Regional Journey exploring Athens and the most scenic islands.
  • In September 2021, the 16-day Country Roads of France begins in Paris, before making its way to the Champagne region; it also includes Monaco and the Côte D’Azur and more.
  • The Adventure to the Land of Fire and Ice on Scenic Iceland and the Northern Lights is set for October 2021 and is a 7-day Country Roads style journey that begins in Reykjavik and ends at the Blue Lagoon. Between those two days, the tour will visit Gullfoss to view the two-tiered waterfall with a drop of 32 metres, before stopping at the Hekla and Eyjafjallajökull volcanoes. Guests will also visit the spouting Geysir.

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