Barrhead Travel unveils touring and adventure division

Friday, 06 Jan, 2023 0

Barrhead Travel launched a new Touring & Adventure division.

It aims to meet a growing demand for experiential travel.

It will be branded as Touring & Adventure by Barrhead Travel.

The division is staffed by four experts with over 40 years of specific experience in the sector.

They will service enquiries stemming from online, telephone and social media.

The team is led by Natalie Greaves, formerly of STA Travel.

Further positions will be created during 2023.

Barrhead Travel’s Adventure offering targets younger travellers such as students and gap year travellers.

Its Touring arm focuses on tailor-made and escorted tours.

Product for both will be tour-operator packages and dynamically-packed trips under Barrhead Travel’s ATOL.

Barrhead Travel’s Touring & Adventure division has its own branding, social media and a recently launched section on the group’s website

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