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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Tren Ecuador & Palace Tours to offer first webinar-based certification course

PRINCETON, New Jersey –Palace Tours and their partners at Tren Ecuador have announced that they will be hosting a two-part online webinar course, to certify interested agents as “Ecuadorian Railway Specialists.” The course will cover the history and recent revitalization of Tren Ecuador products, positive reasons for train travel in Ecuador, how to sell Tren Ecuador to the client and a detailed review of the country’s flagship luxury train product – Tren Crucero, or “The Crusie Train.” The course will allow agents to be fully-educated about all of the truly incredible Tren Ecuador product offerings.

Interested agents can register at the links below:

Register for 11AM EST Part-One Session-

Register for 2PM EST Part-One Session-

About Palace Tours:

Palace Tours is an experienced, leading train tour consolidator that represents Tren Ecuador, Spanish Railway (RENFE) and a variety of trains in India. The company has just released exciting new voyages in cooperation with Tren Ecuador, or the Ecuadorian Railways, and other local vendors to integrate programs throughout the already popular Ecuadorian destinations. These trips will aim to highlight the immense diversity of Ecuador and excite them to come back again for a more “in-depth” experience in different parts of this incredible country.

About Tren Ecuador:

Originally established in the late-1800s, Tren Ecuador now offers revitalized high-class train excursions for tourists and Ecuadorian nationals alike. These excursions all highlight the incredibly rich Ecuadorian culture and the stunning landscapes, while connecting history with the present through their designs and the stories uncovered along the way. The flagship Tren Crucero journey has been the winner of many recent awards, and is currently a candidate for “Best Train in South America” at this year's World Travel Awards.

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