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Classic Vacations expands tours and activities through partnership with Viator

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New opportunity for travel advisors to earn commission on tours and activities.

SN JOSE, CA - Classic Vacations, a leading provider of luxury wholesale travel, announced the launch of an extensive line of global tours and activities in partnership with Viator, the largest provider of travel experiences worldwide. Travel Advisors will now have the opportunity to shop an extensive selection of activities through Classic Vacations’ website.

Available at a variety of price levels, the experiences have all been hand-selected by a team of Viator destination experts. Activities include both traditional sightseeing tours, as well as private VIP experiences. Examples of a few activities include a French Wine Tasting & Pairing Class in Paris, a Sydney Bridge Climb in Australia, and a Manta Ray Kayaking Adventure in Hawaii.

“Our goal at Classic Vacations is to help Travel Advisors provide their clients with an overall outstanding vacation,” said David Hu, President of Classic Vacations. “Through this partnership with Viator, we’ll be able to provide a one-stop-shop for our Travel Advisors.”

“Like Viator, Classic Vacations is dedicated to providing travelers with unique and one-of-a-kind experiences," said Ken Frohling, vice president of business development for Viator. “We are excited to have Classic Vacations directly connected to our curated collection of destination activities.”

Travel Advisors who book a tour or activity through Classic Vacations’ Viator connection will be able to earn commission, as well as collect Royalty Reward points. While in-travel, the Travel Advisors’ clients will be able to check the details of their activities through Classic Vacations mobile itinerary feature.
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