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J&C Voyageurs Joins Exceptional Travel



Luxury tour operator Exceptional Travel today announces the acquisition of fellow Wiltshire based Africa travel specialist J&C Voyageurs.

By integrating J&C Voyageurs into their growing business, Exceptional Travel will now offer J&C's customers a new and exciting portfolio of worldwide destinations whilst further bolstering Exceptional Travel's own reputation for delivering high quality bespoke travel to Africa, an area that Exceptional Travel still sees as the core of its business.

Toby Warren, Managing Director of Exceptional Travel, says: “Having operated for over 28 years and being one of the original safari specialists in individually tailored African travel, J&C Voyageurs have built an enviable name for themselves and we are delighted to welcome them into the Exceptional Travel fold. Despite having competed for market share in recent years there is very little overlap in terms of our clients and so as an investment this makes absolute sense in terms of our ambitious growth plans. Both the product and demographic fit between the two companies is very strong, we share the same ethos and approach to delivering our holidays and we believe that combining a wider destination choice, with our own incredibly high standards of service, will result in an even better experience for all of our clients going forwards.”

Michael and Julia Parker, outgoing Directors of J&C Voyageurs, say “We are delighted to have discovered in Toby Warren, founder of Exceptional Travel, someone who cares as much as we do about the way clients are looked after and who shares our high standards of integrity and experience in delivering tailor-made travel. With J&C Voyageurs now joining Exceptional Travel, our clients will be offered an innovative array of fabulous holidays, friendly advice and in depth knowledge of a global range of destinations whilst retaining the very personal service that both company's reputations have been built on through the years.”

About Exceptional Travel:

Exceptional Travel was started in 2009 and is a specialist bespoke travel company offering the very best in bespoke luxury safaris and holidays to Africa, Asia, Australasia, Arabia, Latin America and the Indian Ocean Islands.

http://www.exceptional-travel.com/about-us/company-history-0

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