RightRez Partners with Country Walkers & VBT Bicycling

11 July 2016

RightRez partners with two Vermont-based active travel companies, Country Walkers (CW) and VBT Bicycling and Walking Vacations (VBT), to provide automated travel technology solutions to streamline air bookings.

Country Walkers began with a simple idea: explore the world actively, passionately, and with a commitment to authentically engaging with local cultures. Today, Country Walkers offers world-class active travel to destinations on five continents. The company’s Guided Walking Adventures handle all details, with 24/7 guide support for small groups of 18 or fewer. Self-Guided Walking Adventures give independent travelers freedom to travel at their own pace, while still enjoying CW’s support behind the scenes. In addition, CW Safaris showcase the best of Africa.

In 1971, a Middlebury College professor turned his passion for cycling Vermont’s winding back roads into an experience others could share. Since establishing the first organized bicycle tours in the United States, VBT now proudly offers more than 50 active vacation packages ranging from bicycling, to barge and sail, and walking vacations. VBT proudly offers its travelers more included features than any other active travel company as each trip package includes all accommodations, many meals, two expert local Trip Leaders, unique sightseeing and cultural activities, and full van support. Unlike other companies, VBT also includes round-trip international airfare from over 30 U.S. cities and select Canadian cities for all overseas vacations. VBT was voted the #2 Tour Operator in the world in Travel + Leisure Magazine’s World’s Best Awards in 2015, making the prestigious list for the sixth consecutive year.

“We are honored to bring significant value to CW and VBT as they expand their air booking options to customers,” say Maria Regester Vice President of Business Development. “These solutions help them continue to deliver extraordinary active travel experiences to their customers.”

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