Discovery of the Senses; Singapore learns about Aracari and luxury travel in Peru at high profile event

In order to spread the word abou luxury travel in Peru to new parts of the world, Aracari has recently participated in a high profile event in Singapore called Discovery of the Senses to expose our services to travellers from Asia. Teaming up with event organisers Quotient Travel Planner, Aracari was presented alongside six other prestigious travel companies from across the world, which included the likes of Relais & Châteaux and Silversea cruises. Guests were by the invitation of participating companies only, and a gourmet dinner was crafted by top Singapore chef Emmanuel Stroobant of St Pierre.

Aracari’s invited guests enjoy the presentations

Needless to say, Aracari’s presentation went down particularly well; although Marisol wasn’t able to jet off to Asia in person to represent us, she appeared to the audience in video form to describe all of those things that make Aracari a particularly special and unique luxury travel operator. You can view the very same video on our Youtube account.

Aracari’s brochures on display at Discovery of the Senses

With the help of some friends, Aracari was able to offer some fabulous awards for the prize draw; Delfin Amazon Cruises, Galapagos Safari Camp and Awasi Hotel in Chile all helped us to provide guests with the opportunity to experience South America in luxurious fashion; all three outfits are renowned for immaculate attention to detail and personal service, the very reason why Aracari collaborates with them. Quite coincidently, two of the prizes were won by invitees of Aracari… congratulations!

Huang Lui, wife of Giam Chin Toon, Ambassador of Singapore to Peru, wins a luxury Amazon cruise aboard the Delfin II

Mr Boris Nordenstrom, also in the Ambassador’s party, wins a stay at the Galapagos Safari Camp

Ms Susan Hwee wins a stay at Awasi Hotel in Chile’s Atacama desert

We are very pleased that the event was a success and cordially invite all of those at the other side of the Pacific to come and experience an authentic and unique journey to Peru and South America. Marisol will be in Singapore in October, so please get in contact if you would like to get in touch with her during her visit.

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