Trafalgar has launched its 2019 Family Experiences program featuring activities ranging from becoming a gladiator to making pizza with a pizzaiolo in Rome, or just wandering the open spaces of a cattle ranch, cowboy style.
Trafalgar’s program highlights nine immersive itineraries to 52 cities.
According to officials, agents’ clients will “unlock special moments with their loved ones and are free to be in the moment and feel pure joy anywhere they choose to explore. They will also learn about making a difference with the extensive JoinTrafalgar program powered by TreadRight, The Travel Corporation’s not-for-profit foundation.”
On the eight-day Monkeys, Jungles and Volcanoes adventure, guests will visit the Tortugeuro National Park and learn about the Caribbean green turtles from a conservation specialist and the work of the Sea Turtle Conservancy which is helping to save these creates from extinction. They will also meet the founders of the Snake Garden Wildlife Center which is a family run wildlife refuge and how they support the fauna and animals living in this area.
“No matter where in the world Canadian families would like to travel, Trafalgar effortlessly ensures that family time is time that makes memories last forever,” says Wolf Paunic, president of Trafalgar and Costsaver Canada. “Our unique handcrafted family-focused itineraries will take our loyal Canadian agents’ clients and their loved ones on a journey of fun, learning and inspiration.”
On Trafalgar’s new 10-day Shamrocks and Leprechauns adventure, clients and their families will learn everything eiré about the grand family adventure through Emerald Isle. Some trip highlights include: are a “Dive Into Culture” experience at the Titanic Belfast Visitor Center where families will gain a new perspective into the world’s most famous ship and the tragedy that befell it. Onwards, they will enjoy a “Connect With Locals” experience where clients and their loved ones will join the Feeney family on their sheep farm located on the edge of the scenic Wild Atlantic Way. Guests may also enjoy a “Be My Guest” morning tea.