Luxury travel design network Traveller Made has signed PROMPERÚ to its exclusive community as the first Preferred Destination Partner in South America.
Peru is the 17th destination to join the Traveller Made portfolio, which also comprises Australia, New Zealand, Monaco, Japan, Hong Kong, Colombia and numerous other cities and islands.
Currently, Traveller Made’s hotel partners in Peru include six Belmond Hotels (Las Casitas, Monasterio, Miraflores Park, Palacio Nazarenas, Rio Sagrado and Sanctuary Lodge) and Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel.
“Peru’s diverse culture has been unparalleled for millenniums. It is a bucket-list destination for the most avid travellers, the world keeps Peru on top of their favourite and unmissable destinations to visit,” said Quentin Desurmont, President of Traveller Made.
“It is a country with one of the richest biodiversities in the world, with incredible landscapes from breathtaking coasts, wild rainforests and mountains and a rich history that has transcended time and unleashed an intense cultural diversity,” Desurmont added.
Amora Carbajal, Director of Tourism Promotion at PROMPERÚ, remarked: “We are delighted to announce this special partnership with Traveller Made.”
“We hope that most of you travel enthusiasts have already heard wonderful things about Peru, since our culture and heritage are jewels that are known worldwide. We feel thankful for such diversity throughout our territory, an interesting variety of amazing experiences and our people, that are always proud to welcome and share our wonders and gastronomy with visitors.”
Through the arrangement with Traveller Made, PROMPERÚ will be able to promote the country’s high-class services and products oriented to the luxury market, such as renowned hotels, awarded restaurants and other amazing experiences such as river cruises, train rides and outdoor activities, Carbajal noted.
“We strongly believe that our strategic partnership will further strengthen Peru’s positioning as a magnificent destination amongst our member agencies and reveal new gems and unique experiences for their clientel,” Desurmont said.
Lead image: Macchu Pichu | Credit: Curioso Photography/Unsplash