By: Sara Beth Bowen, Senior Travel Consultant & CTA
Choosing a tour can be a fun experience. Trying to imagine what each tour will be like and wondering which one will be the best choice for you. My husband and I wanted to travel with Globus this time and find the right tour for us in the United States. Because I have so many customers that travel with Globus and always want to repeat their great experiences as past client travelers, I wanted to see for myself if we would feel the same.
Globus family of brands (GFOB) are leaders in the travel industry providing amazing vacations for their clients. When people travel with Globus, Cosmos, Monograms or Avalon Waterways, they can be certain that the quality and level of customer service will be top notch.
Globus family of brands are always looking for ways to say thank you to their return travelers, which is why they just launched the popular, Welcome Back Credit to their return clients. This Welcome Back Credit is replacing the discontinued Journeys Club program.
By: Margaret Schroeder, Content Specialist
Going to Iceland was really a dream come true, and I was lucky enough to experience it on their Gems Of Iceland with Globus. This is a quick tour, but if Mother Nature lets you, you can see a lot in a short amount of time.
By: Moe Walker, Senior Travel Consultant & CTA
Kenya, A Timeless Safari With Nairobi with Globus, is a small group, low action packed safari, that gets you up close and personal with the native people from the Samburu and Maasai Mara Villages. Each day is filled with morning and afternoon game drives, putting you on the hunt for the “Big 5” and other animals indigenous to the Kenyan land. This is a great tour for animal and nature lovers alike, offering a beautiful landscape that is sure to be a photographer’s dream.
By: Francis Larmore, CTA and Senior Travel Consultant
My wife Susan and I went on a great new trip titled From Ireland’s Ancient East to the Wild Atlantic Way by Globus.
We arrived two days early so that we could have more walking-around time in Dublin’s city center. We were able to visit the National Gallery of Ireland, spent an evening in the Temple Bar area, had dinner at The Farm (a farm-to-table restaurant), and enjoyed High Tea at The Shelbourne.