Destination Ski – New Brand Expands Into France And Canada For The 2018-19 Winter Season

A new travel agent brand, Destination Ski, has launched for the 2018-19 winter season, offering holidays through some of the major tour operators to France, Canada and Andorra.

Part of the well-established Andorra Resorts brand, founded in 2008, Destination Ski has been set up to allow the company to expand following its successful format previously exclusive to Andorra only. Now, it’s offering 12 destinations in France and 3 in Canada, providing full package holidays across a variety of accommodation options including hotels, chalets and apartments from 2* to 5*.

Destination Ski helps to organise fully flexible, bespoke packages that allows customers to create their own holiday, but all under one roof that is fully ABTA protected and packaged up with some of the UK’s best known tour operators.

Founder and CEO, Steve Hull, said:

“For over ten years we’ve been helping customers create flexible, independent ski holidays, and we noticed a lot of our customers wanted package options with flights, so we’ve expanded to be able to offer this service alongside the new destinations in France and Canada. With the new brand, it means we can expend even further in the future too. We work with all the major UK ski operators such as Inghams, Crystal, Neilson and Ski World, but also with a wide range of others such as Ski Famille, Club Med and Mark Warner”.

Prices start at £307 per person (January 6, 2019 departure), for 7 nights self-catering in Courchevel, including flights and transfers. Other deals include 7 nights in the 4* Hotel Patagonia, Arinsal (March 27, 2019 departure) for £369 per person including breakfast, flights and transfers.

The new French resorts include: Avoriaz, Les Gets, Morzine, Chamonix, Courchevel, Meribel, Val Thorens, Les Menuires, La Plagne, Les Arcs, Tignes and Val d’Isère. In Canada, Banff, Lake Louise and Whistler are currently available. More destinations will be added over the coming months, with plans to expand into new countries for winter 2019-20.

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