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Riviera is launching Small Groups and Private Tours programmes for 2021

In response to consumer demand, Riviera Travel is launching two new programmes for 2021; Small Groups; and, Private Tours. 

These will run in addition to Riviera’s classic group tours, and offer the same rich and immersive experience, but will cater for those customers who prefer to travel with a smaller group.

Stuart Milan, Riviera’s channel director, said: “These new programmes are a fantastic way for our Trade partners to reignite enthusiasm for travel amongst their customers, giving them the opportunity to discover the amazing Riviera travel experience but in a more exclusive style. To celebrate the launch of these two exciting programmes, we’re delighted to offer a special incentive for agents. All agents who make a new booking on a Small Group Tour or Private Tour before the end of October, will be entered into a draw to win a place for themselves and a plus one on a small group tour in 2021. To enter, agents should send the booking reference to”

Small Groups

Small Group options are available across Riviera's range of European tours, as well as ‘Marrakech and the Atlas Mountains’ and ‘The Silk Road’ tour through Uzbekistan. It is the same high-quality classic Riviera Travel holiday, but as a part of a group of no more than 25 people.  There will be spacious coaches which will be no more than half full, giving people more personal space. As well as individual bookings, Small Groups can also be booked as a private group for friends, family or clubs.

Private Tours

A Private Tour makes the most of the time on holiday, with the flexibility for your client to move at their own pace. It allows a traveller to linger longer at a site that inspires them, or the knowledgeable guide may recommend something personalised to their taste that will add extra dimension to the tour. Riviera have added ten tours that are available as private tours in 2021: India & Shimla; Rajasthan; Sri Lanka; Vietnam & Cambodia; Malaysia & Borneo; Cost Rica; Ecuador & Galapagos; Georgia; Imperial Cities of Morocco; and, Jordan.

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