Traveller Made has signed Colombia as its second Preferred Destination Partner in South America.
The new partnership is through the country’s national tourism bureau, ProColombia. Recently, Traveller Made revealed its first destination partner on the continent as Peru, having struck an alliance with PromPeru.
“We are honoured to engage in a partnership with ProColombia and promote Colombia as a responsible, sustainable destination highlighting enriching and unique experiences that the country has to offer,” Quentin Desurmont, President and Founder of Traveller Made, said.
“Colombia was one of the first countries in the world to participate in the Coalition for the Future of Tourism, along with international organizations such as Green Destinations, Tourism Cares and The Travel Foundation. Additionally, the country has recently joined the World Travel and Tourism Council as a destination partner,” Desurmont added.
In Colombia, Traveller Made currently has a trio of Bogota-based “Travel Designers”, being Elefant Travel, Kiboko Voyages and MVS Travel.
Traveller Made also has three hotel partners; Las Islas in Baru, and Hotel Casa San Agustin and Sofitel Legend Santa Clara in Cartagena.
Flavia Santoro, President of ProColombia, the governmental entity in charge to promote international tourism, said the strategy to align with the Traveller Made global luxury travel network “provides a great opportunity to show the immense potential that Colombia has for luxury tourism. Travellers around the world can discover our natural and cultural richness and diversity while living life-changing experiences with a social value”.
“Our country is a sustainable, reliable, and high-quality destination that should be on all luxury travellers’ bucket list for 2021,” Santoro said.
Desurmont continued: “We strongly believe that the partnership with ProColombia will endorse Colombia’s astonishing offering within our exclusive luxury network, a country with exuberant natural wealth which offers truly unique experiences to its visitors including expeditions to various remote destinations like the Lost City, flying over the Archaeological Park of San Agustin or the plains in Los Llanos, and much more.”