Journese unveils new Latin America brochure

Thursday, Jan 20, 2022 0

Luxury operator Journese, has released its new 2022-2023 Mexico, Central and South America sales brochure.

It includes Cancun, Riviera Maya, Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta, Costa Rica, Panama, Belize, Colombia, and Journese’ latest destinations, Argentina and Peru.

The four-color brochure features curated journeys with more than 300 four- and five-star hotels and all-inclusive resorts, private resort residences, excursions and cruises.

Travelers will also enjoy private land transfers, selected for those wanting more privacy.

Journese offers value-added promotions such as exclusive room rates, complimentary nights, daily breakfast, resort and spa credits.

The 2022-2023 Mexico, Central and South America brochure is available for download and viewing at:

"We are pleased to unveil our new 54-page Mexico, Central and South America brochure, featuring an expanded portfolio," says Amy Comparato, Senior Brand Director, Journese.

"It offers our travel advisor partners all the components needed to create exquisite vacations for their most discerning clients."

Highlights include Chichén Itza, historic Tulum and Los Arcos, Costa Rica rainforests, and Peru’s iconic Machu Picchu.

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