This weekend, February 25-27, the romance of Buenos Aires tango dancing, the wonder of Galapagos wildlife, and the adventure of hiking the Inca Trail will seem a bit closer to the heart of New York City, when South America travel experts from the SouthAmerica.travel team join the New York Times Travel Show at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.
Veterans in the South America travel industry, SouthAmerica.travel’s CEO, Juergen Keller, and COO, Bradley Nehring, will be present at booth #656 in the New York Times Travel Show to offer a 15% discount on travel packages, give expert travel advice, and spread the word about their custom tours, group tours, and flight packages across all South America.
Those who stop by booth #656 to say hello to the SouthAmerica.travel team will learn about ongoing specials and promotions including tours to Peru, wine tours in Chile, Uruguay, and Argentina, and last minute deals to Rio Carnival.
“After our dramatic 60% growth in 2010, we are looking forward to welcoming even more travelers in 2011, as people discover the diversity of South America, with its natural beauty, vibrant cities and charismatic peoples” Keller explained. “The news of South America’s charm is spreading quickly!”
The New York Times is sponsoring the King of all travel shows, a 3-day bonanza for travel professionals and travel enthusiasts alike to revel in insider’s tips from world travelers, shop for the best travel deals, and listen in on an action-packed line-up of seminar speakers like Rick Steves and Arthur and Pauline Frommer. The event is open to the public Feb 26 and 27, but travel professionals can get a head start when the doors open at 2:00pm on Feb 25. Under 18 gains free entrance, so bring the kids and plan a family vacation!