Collette Unveils New Tours and Advisor Incentives for its 104th Season

Shades of Ireland Collette
Shades of Ireland tour

Tour operator Collette has unveiled 29 brand new tours across all seven continents to kick off its 104th travel season, with all now available for booking. Some tours have returned, like Shades of Ireland and Reflections of Italy, along with 29 new tours to places like Croatia, Japan, and The Netherlands.

Travel professionals are invited to download or order the operator’s new brochure, which can be found on Collette’s web site.

Travel professionals have the opportunity to earn more on bookings with Collette that include the Oberammergau Passion Play. To qualify, advisors must make five new bookings with a minimum of one Oberammergau booking for 2022 travel (double or single) to will receive $500. The amount will increase to $1,500 for two Oberammergau bookings and five domestic bookings. For travel professionals who book ten Oberammergau bookings, they can receive $1,500. In addition to the bonus incentive for advisors, clients can save up to $1,500 per couple off the land cost of the tour on new bookings made between 12OCT to 08NOV 2021 for travel between 01MAY and 30SEP 2022.


According to Collette, the tour operator will pay a portion of the full commission amount based on type of booking and will be applicable for all departures, including new tours and Oberammergau 2022 as part of its advanced commission program. Payments will not be recalled on the advanced commission payments if the client cancels.

“It’s an exciting time for travel professionals as they strengthen their business and begin booking travel for their clients into 2023.” says Jaclyn Leibl-Cote, President at Collette. “We’re thrilled to offer special incentives for them as well as the advanced commission program and encourage travel professionals to take advantage of both.”

To download Collette’s new brochure or for more information, visit its web site.

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