Sans Incredible Vacations offers its agent partners something not many tour operators in the industry offer – flexible fixed departures to the US.
Sans Incredible Vacations has designed multiple fixed departures ex-USA. Nalin Kapadia, Vice Chairman, Sans Incredible Vacations, says, “Our fixed departures for the US are immensely flexible allowing passengers to join in even for a part of the tour. Unlike other agencies, our passengers have the option of doing only the East Coast or the West Coast. They can join in from New York for the East Coast and Las Vegas for the West. Also, unlike other travel agents, our itineraries are full board and are inclusive of all inter-city land travel.”
We also recommend to our agent partners that they advise their clients to remit the payment directly to us in the US thereby saving on GST
He adds that clients may avail of additional nights and sight-seeing either at the point of joining or departing. “All this at competitive rates. We also recommend to our agent partners that they advise their clients to remit the payment directly to us in the US thereby saving on GST. To ensure a good rate for remittance, we have tied up with Weizmann Forex. The agent can advise us on the billing amount and we can issue a credit note for the difference to the agent as their commission. This is an option we offer to our partners who in turn are able to offer competitively-priced tours to their customers,” Kapadia adds. Agents may also sell these fixed departures as their own after adding cost of air tickets, visa fees, mediclaim, etc. These tours have guaranteed departures and will not be cancelled. The company offers incentives for booking more than 10 or more clients on one departure. The company has also created educational programmes for children. These include space programmes at Kennedy Space Center near Orlando and Johnson Space Center near Houston, as well as the robotics educational programs in Toronto, Canada. “We like to include these activities because we want the children to have a wholesome experience in the US,” Kapadia says.