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Travellers on Collette Tours See Enriched Experience with Special Stays

Sam LaFrance
by Sam LaFrance

November 10, 2022

Pawtucket, RI (November 10, 2022) – Collette gives travellers the opportunity to spend the night in some unique spots as they explore different parts of the world. Collette ensures that all its travellers get to stay in quality hotels that are in a prime location. Hotels featured in Collette tours are not simply just a place to sleep, but an addition to the entire experience. 


Travellers on Collette’s “The Northern Lights of Finland” Explorations tour have the option to spend three nights inside of an igloo at the Kakslauttnaen Resort in Lapland. They’ll get to enjoy seeing the Northern Lights shining through the glass igloo’s roof. Travellers can secure a spot for prices starting at $3,449 USD pp. Tours for as early as Nov. 12, 2022 are still available.


Two hotel experiences unique to Collette can be found on the “Journey through Egypt & Jordan tour,” and the “Taste of the Balkans” tour. Travellers will spend a night in the Anakato Wadi Kiki Nubian Houses in Aswan, Egypt. While in Motovun, Croatia, travellers spend three nights at the Roxanich Wine and Heritage Hotel. Travellers can book a spot on the "Journey through Egypt & Jordan tour" for prices starting at $3,799 USD pp, with dates starting at Feb. 6, 2023. Tickets for the "Taste of the Balkans" tour are available for prices starting at $3,799 USD pp for dates as soon as April, 15, 2023.


“Strategically located hotels are extremely important. Because our travellers' time is precious, we do not want to spend it commuting between a poorly located hotel and the sites,” said Diana Ditto, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Collette. “Hotels are important to Collette because they are important to our travellers.”  


About Collette:  

As the longest-running tour operator in North America, Collette is the company travellers can trust. Leading with integrity, Collette’s comprehensive travel protection plan, flexible tour pacing, and strong relationships within the travel space set it apart. The happiness of its guests has been its roadmap since 1918 and today Collette offers over 160 tours to all seven continents and five distinct travel styles, including small group touring and river cruises. This third-generation family-owned business is dedicated to giving back in both local and global communities through its social responsibility platform. For more information, visit www.gocollette.com.   


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Sam LaFrance, Collette  

Phone: 401.426.4504  


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