New Catalog Program

Organizers expected for 2011 a strong development at United States-Reisen Hamburg, November 25, 2010 (w & p) over 700 pages with mobile travel ideas for North America: the specialist CANUSA TOURISTIK its new catalog program for year-round travel 2011 hung up on. “With the special catalogues of campers/motorhomes”, road trips, bus tours, Florida/Bahamas, Yukon/Alaska, Hawaii and ski trips United States/Canada “as well as the several thousand pages strong online on CANUSA offer tourism the most complete program for the destinations of the United States and Canada Canada reisen.htmlauf the German travel market at. For 2011, the organizer for travel to the United States expecting a very strong performance. Due to the still attractive currency and a higher available travel budget of the population, we expect a much stronger demand for the United States in 2011 “, CANUSA’s Managing Director Tilo Krause Dabre predicts. Also for the Destination Canada Tilo Krause Dabre anticipates an increase in the coming year. The organizer has set up for 2011 on a further increase in the requests after an individual itinerary for North America. Already, the specialist for United States and Canada recorded average revenues increased by ten percent per person, since higher-quality products are posted and customers interesting additional services already booked prior to departure. Whether a multi-day raft trip down the Colorado River, day programs to helicopter skiing, special sightseeing tours or a combination with OffBeat cruises the additional postings at CANUSA in 2010 by 63 percent built into. “Tilo Krause – Dabre: we assume that we will grow up double digits in this area in the coming year.” Island-hopping to Hawaii or the Bahamas, or car tour of United States and Canada travelers, so the CANUSA trend, today more and more book additional nights in particular hotels or places. We have the capacity for hotels, sometimes only the less than ten rooms, greatly expanded for the coming year of travel”, Tilo Krause Dabre reported.