ITB a big place and there are so many meetings to choose from - too many operators and too many promises. Here are some reasons why you should choose to talk to socialtours at ITB. Hall 4.1/214, specially when it comes to discussion on NEPAL, BHUTAN, INDIA and TIBET!
New Products: socialtours has the largest range of new products in Nepal - most of it self developed - ranging from half day bike rides and cooking courses to day tours, over-nighters and multi-day experiences.
Offbeat specialist: Most of socialtours trekking products are offbeat and to places not many agents will know - try us, we can prove it to you! Try Ruby Valley, Far West Nepal, Chepang Hill Trail etc.
Unique experience: socialtours is not interested in competing with other trekking agents or tour operators in Nepal. We have our own product range and keep developing new ones, where we do not need to compete.
High Value: socialtours is a good choice for a partner for extensions to your already existing trips - our extensions can highlight your trip. In fact, that is what these extensions are meant to do.
Market knowledge: socialtours understands your needs and the needs of the changing market profile. We come out to the market often enough to understand that. We visit both ITB and WTM, mostly to understand the market
Visitors satisfaction: socialtours consistently gets the best reviews and customer satisfaction levels are excellent. We deliver.
Qualified team: socialtours constantly trains manpower, creating a highly trained and motivated team, which means its easier to work with us.
Effective communication: socialtours has a policy to be lightning fast in communication, making work efficient and effective.
Professional & personal: We specialise in a professional but personal service, giving each traveler the attention to detail that their dream trip deserves throughout their holiday.
Industry leader: socialtours is a leader in responsible tourism practice in Nepal. Additionally, socialtours is a TravelLife Partner, signatories of THE CODE, six time nominees for the Responsible Tourism Awards in the UK and has mentions in Lonely Planet, CNN Travel, National Geographic Adventure a UNWTO publication on sustainable businesses.
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