Welcome

Situated at the center of the Mediterranean, just 58 miles south of Sicily, Malta is one of the smallest countries in the world – packed with pleasures, all easily accessible to its visitors: ancient towns and archaeological sites; expansive beaches and spectacular scenic vistas; award-winning diving experiences, and much more.

In this brief two-chapter program you’ll find out why Malta should be among the top destinations for a wide range of your clients.

You'll Learn

Key selling points of its three islands – Malta, Gozo and Comino

How to sell the islands according to the special interests of your clients:

History/Culture/Religious Sites. Malta’s 7,000 years of history is revealed in its ancient towns and villages and extraordinary archaeological sites...

• Relaxation. Clients will revel in its sunny weather, expansive beaches, spectacular scenery and sybaritic spas

• Sports & Adventure Activities. Diving, walking, cycling, swimming, snorkeling, rock climbing, sailing, playing a round of golf - a vacation in the Maltese Islands can be as active as your client wants it to be

• Family Fun. On its beaches; at its theme parks, exciting museums and aquarium; on cruises...

• Weddings and honeymoons. Sumptuous five star resorts and intimate boutique hotels, romantic vistas from land and sea...

About its range of accommodations, dining and nightlife

And much more





Graduate Benefits

Certificate of graduation as a Malta Specialist

2 Continuing Education Units for members of The Travel Institute; 4 credits from the Association of Canadian Travel Agencies (ACTA). Go to www.thetravelinstitute.com or www.acta.ca for details on the certification programs, eligibility for continuing education credits and how to receive these credits following graduation.

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