Traveller Made extends partnership reach in the Caribbean

Anguilla welcomed as second Caribbean Preferred Destination Partner

Luxury travel community Traveller Made has signed its second Preferred Destination Partner agreement in the Caribbean with the Anguilla Tourist Board.

“The Caribbean is an important market for our member agencies and advisors, and we are thrilled to introduce Anguilla as one of the very best of this amazing region. Her exceptional resorts, spectacular beaches and wide variety of attractions and activities make this island the ideal setting for both leisure travellers and for executive retreats,” stated Quentin Desurmont, President and Founder of Traveller Made.

“As we expand our outreach into the Caribbean, we are proud to have superb destinations like Anguilla leading the way.

“The island is a trailblazer, a model of how destinations can reopen safely and responsibly to visitors in the Post-COVID-era, and we look forward to working closely with the Anguilla Tourist Board to expand business to the destination,” added Desurmont.

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Stacey Liburd, Director of Tourism for the Anguilla Tourist Board said the organisation was excited by the new arrangement with Traveller Made.

“We offer a unique and original Caribbean experience, and the opportunity to showcase our island to this prestigious network of luxury travel designers is invaluable.”

“We are a small island with a large footprint – we have some of the best luxury brands, we attract a highly discerning and loyal clientele, and we are renowned for the warm and genuine hospitality we share with our visitors,” Liburd added.

Tucked away in the northeastern Caribbean, Anguilla is a slender length of coral and limestone fringed with green, and ringed with 33 beaches, considered by savvy travelers and top travel magazines to be the most beautiful in the world. A fantastic culinary scene, a wide variety of luxury villas and resort accommodations, a host of attractions and an exciting calendar of festivals make Anguilla an alluring and entrancing destination.

Traveller Made’s existing partner in the Caribbean is The British Islands Tourist Board.

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