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Beyond Travel launches dedicated Scandinavia & Beyond website


Beyond Travel has launched a dedicated website for the extremely popular region of Scandinavia.

 

With more than 25 years expertise in Scandinavia the team has been working hard on the new Scandinavia & Beyond website since early in the year, on the back of sales growth for our Scandinavian range of over 30% year on year for the past three years, said general manager of sales and marketing Bryce Crampton.

 

 

He adds,” Our aim as long-standing experts is to be a one-stop shop for agents when looking for the perfect Scandinavia experience for their clients. The dedicated website allows us to provide a far more diverse range of tours and experiences then is possible in a brochure including flash sales and hot deals, updated availability, more new tours and many more specialised niche products ”.

 

In addition to the Scandinavia & Beyond website will the new 2020 Russia, Scandinavia & Beyond brochure is ready to go and features the largest selection to date with over thirty pages of Scandinavian product.

 

New options for 2020 include more winter tours than ever before with Ice Hotels and Santa in Lapland, Northern Lights small group tours, tailor-made itineraries, more popular small group options than ever before and escorted tours with guaranteed departures.  

 

For those travelling in summer there is a diverse range of options. Such as, new escorted tours and small group tours in Norway and Sweden, itineraries combining Scandinavia and Russia, tailor-made tours through Norway, Sweden and Finland, self-drive options, plus city stays in Oslo, Bergen, Helsinki, Stockholm and Copenhagen and journeys on the Flam railway.

 

To celebrate the launch of the new dedicated website, there are some great deals available for agents to offer their clients with savings up to $2000 per couple on select summer 2020 tours.

 

For all Scandinavian product visit www.scandinavia-and-beyond.com.au  or for more details email info@beyondtravel.com.au

 

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Published: 13 November 2019

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