What Is a Specialist Tour Operator?


A specialist tour operator can be described as a tour operator who offers specific tours packages to suit individual travellers or a group of travellers. They usually offer a unique travel on request from their clients.
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Gray Line, Apple Vacations, Trafalgar, Brian Moore, and Contiki are examples of major tour operators. These companies hire Tour Escorts to travel with the group as a group manager
Avanti Destinations is a mass market operator, meaning that they sell fairly generic tours to many different destinations, usually appealing to the common vacation tourist, often
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A specialist tour operator is a tour operator who puts together specific tour packages like cycling tours with a combination of accommodation, travel and sometimes airport transfers. They usually specialize in tours of a particular kind.
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