Insight Vacations, the leader in premium and luxury worldwide touring, has welcomed guests on its first USA trip since the pandemic – Enchanting Canyonlands – introducing the new role of the Wellbeing Director.
The group was made up of all U.S. travelers, exploring the natural parks and open spaces, such as the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley and Bryce and Zion National Parks, in style with the US’s leading operator of premium tours.
The trip was Insight Vacations’ first with a Wellbeing Director in place, a new role that has been created by the company to provide additional reassurance and logistical support for our guests in a post-pandemic world. This position is an addition to the Travel Director, who focuses entirely on delivering a seamless guest experience.
Wellbeing Director, Carol Kendrick, described it as “awesome” being back on the road and added: “Rules can vary from state to state, city to city and establishment to establishment, so it’s our responsibility to ensure that we know what’s required, and that guests know what to expect. Everything from porterage to the way meals are served and how venues are operating can change daily. It’s these details that might seem small but can be confusing or contradictory, and we work behind the scenes to ensure that the guests don’t have to think about anything other than having a good time.”
Guy Young, president of Insight Vacations, said:
“Hearing from the fantastic Carol Kendrick in her role as Wellbeing Director reiterates the value of traveling with a guided touring operator like us, because we have both an on-the-road and an office-based team who are entirely dedicated to making the vacation experience as hassle-free and enjoyable as possible for our guests, who can then just sit back, relax and enjoy a wonderful travel experience.”
“Domestic travel is leading the travel recovery and we are excited about our guests getting out there again, enjoying the culture, history, scenery, food and characters in these amazing destinations, supported by an exceptional level of service,” Young continued.
Starting in Scottsdale, the seven-day Enchanting Canyonlands trip heads to the Grand Canyon – staying inside the national park itself and with dinner overlooking the South Rim – before traveling on through Monument Valley to Lake Powell, with accommodation in lake or marina rooms at the Lake Powell Resorts and Marinas. The trip goes on through the pine trees, red rock pillars and hoodoos of Bryce National Park and the lush cliff-and-canyon landscape of Zion before leaving nature for neon with a night in Las Vegas, staying in one of the city’s most highly rated hotels, Caesar’s Palace.
The trip includes premium hotels in great locations, authentic dining, unique immersive experiences led by locals, priority access to skip the queues, transportation, and a highly skilled Travel Director and Well-Being Director.