Get Ready to Explore the Inca Trail!
- 3 March 2004
Now visitors to LonelyPlanet.com’s Travel Services page can arrange and book travel adventures through World Expeditions which offers trips ranging from extreme adventure touring to introductory trekking and cycling trips, to sea kayaking and mountaineering excursions.
Lonely Planet partners with select companies that offer quality products, competitive prices, and responsive customer support. These services help travelers easily arrange trips in what are typically complicated realms of travel.
Lonely Planet has teamed with World Expeditions to offer a sweepstakes for an exciting adventure for two to
“World Expeditions has earned an excellent reputation of providing extraordinary, off-the-beaten-path travel experiences to its customers and we are pleased to have them on board,” said Tamar Elizabeth Lowell, Lonely Planet global online products manager. “The addition of World Expeditions to our Travel Services roster confirms our commitment to providing travelers with the tools to easily and conveniently book even the most complicated itineraries.”
Other travel services available at lonelyplanet.com:
Airtreks – Track down the best pricing options for a big trip, whether it’s Mu lti-stop International, Around-the-World, Circle-Pacific, Circle-Asia, or Circle-Atlantic. Airtreks is flexible, customizable and easy to use.
Hostelworld – Book a stay at one of over 4,000 hostels worldwide in only a few clicks. With real-time reservations, secure technology, informative write-ups and color pictures.
Ekno – Stay in touch while on the road. Join ekno and use one card worldwide to save up to 70% on international calls, receive messages from family and friends and loads more.
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