Travel Designer Group launches “Designer Voyages”

TravelDailyNews International | November 27, 2019

Travel Designer Group launches “Designer Voyages”
Travel Designer Group, the global travel wholesaler, has launched its new endeavor – Designer Voyages, which will cater travel agents with inbound tours and packages to UAE. With a strong hold on the online B2B Global Reservation System, they are now all set to expand to the offline business for UAE. With a large Set up and international headquarters in Dubai, they will be able to provide customized and one on one services to the agents for them to book UAE with confidence. Over the past 20 years, TDG has built a solid reputation for quality and innovation and now are focused more than ever on offering offline packages to the agents all across the globe through Designer Voyages. The product is designed to make the experience of agents easy and hassle-free by offering wide range of custom designed package as per client’s budget. Travel Designer Group has strong presence in offline sector with Designer Indya catering package related needs for India, Nepal and Bhutan and RezLive Thailand for Thailand. Designer Voyages will be a feather in the cap to build strong offline product for UAE, the most popular short-haul destination from India.

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