Uniworld University, has launched its latest course to educate travel advisors on what’s new for Uniworld in 2021. Travel advisors will learn about Uniworld’s updates for 2021 including a new rail itinerary, more dates for the Peruvian Amazon itineraries, and the new health and sanitation protocol that will go into effect when Uniworld resumes cruising.
“Next year is already proving to be a very successful year for us. We’re seeing that our guests still want to travel, and so we want to prepare our travel advisors with the most comprehensive tools to stay up-to-date with our offerings,” says Ellen Bettridge, President & CEO of Uniworld.
The course will take 15 to 30 minutes and is required for advisors to continue qualifying for Uniworld River Cruise Specialist benefits. The benefits include Special Travel Advisor rates discounted up to 60%, a River Cruise Specialist Email Badge, and inclusion in the River Cruise Specialist directory on Uniworld’s US and Canada websites.
Classic Germany & Amsterdam: Debuting on 30APR, 2021, Uniworld’s new Classic Germany & Amsterdam sails for eight days from Amsterdam to Nuremberg on the River Princess. This itinerary includes activities such as a treetop hike at Steigerwald Nature Reserve in Bamberg and a hike to Festund Marienberg, located high above the city of Würzburg.
Rhine, Main & Danube Discovery: Debuting 30APR, 2021, Uniworld’s Rhine, Main & Danube Discovery is a 15-day sailing from Amsterdam to Vienna on the River Princess. This will be a combination of the Authentic Danube and Classic Germany & Amsterdam itineraries.
Peruvian Amazon: Uniworld has added additional itineraries available to book for the Peruvian Amazon itinerary in 2021. On the 15-day Peruvian Amazon & Machu Picchu Exploration guests spend seven nights onboard the Aria Amazon, dine on cuisine sourced fresh from the rainforest, and stay in one of just 16 suites onboard.
Travel Advisors can access all courses from Litmos, and must enter thetravelcorporation.litmos.com once downloaded. Advisors can also earn continuing education credits with Uniworld University through CLIA and The Travel Institute.