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Yet another milestone for the 1977-founded Creative Travel family of brands

Since 1977, the Creative Travel family of brands has been at the forefront of service-led experiential travel.

Within that philosophy, Creative Travel announced the exciting transformation of its luxury outbound brand, Signature Tours to its new avatar, Away&Co. 

Rohit Kohli, Jt Managing Director, Creative Travel
Rohit Kohli, Jt Managing Director, Creative Travel
Rohit Kohli, Jt. Managing Director, Creative Travel says, “We are taking our deep knowledge, and the great partnerships across the world, to rewrite the idea of experiential travel in an ever-changing world.  It will not be a trip, it will be a journey. It will not be just a destination, but an experience.”  

Away&Co is for a highly cultivated traveller with an appetite for the unusual, who is looking for something enriching and authentic, who likes to wander, discover new secrets,  and find new stories across the world. 

Continued Kohli, “The Indian outbound market has matured exponentially over the years. Indians are more aware than ever before, and want to explore the world, but not as tourists.”

He added, “Our legacy of 45 years is built on creating amazing experiences, and that’s what we’re doing at Away&Co as well. The world is ready to  welcome a new kind of Indian traveller, one who is immersed in the culture and the  people, not just the monuments and sights”  

Supported by a global network of the finest curators of travel experience in every destination, and as a part of one of India’s oldest tourism companies, Away&Co will deliver the world in the most unique ways.  

Away&Co intends to take travel beyond most people’s imagination.  Away to get closer, away to live a dream. To be the one that got away.

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