Transat’s upcoming Travel Basecamp web series is set to take travellers off the beaten path showcasing a new way for travellers to journey through Honduras.
The four-part series dedicated to Honduras leaves the comfort of the resort, with participants spurring travellers to tempt fate in haunted caverns, dive into the second largest reef in the world at Roatán, and trek through mangroves to visit secret pirate dens. Whether your clients are seeking to discover the local countryside, explore urban life, taste local gastronomy or swim in secret waterways, Travel Basecamp and Transat have each adventurer covered.
“Basecamping is all about travelling differently to experience adventure,” said Geneviève LeBrun, senior marketing director at Transat Tours Canada. “We want to encourage Canadians to travel in an authentic way and to provide them with activity ideas that go off the beaten path to discover destinations in ways that they’ve never explored before.’’
Travel Basecamp is an exclusive reality style documentary series developed by Transat in partnership with Lacroix & Heroes studio that urges travellers to treat their resorts as a basecamp for bigger adventures, encouraging them to break out beyond the manicured lawns, swimming pools and mojitos of resort life to discover local culture and unique experiences.