Liberty Travel Launches Web-Based Travel Series

by Richard D'Ambrosio
Liberty Travel Launches Web-Based Travel Series


Liberty Travel has launched a web series, “Destination Confidential,” showing couples as they plan a four-day vacation specifically designed for them by a travel consultant, and how they eventually connect with each other and their destination when they explore the world.

The first series, featuring Tiffany and Abdul traveling to Cancun, can be viewed on its website. It includes immersive experiences every day of the trip, like a Mexican healing by a shaman in Tulum, zip-lining and riding ATVs in the jungle.

Liberty is planning three more series and is currently conducting casting calls. To be featured in the next series, anyone can submit a brief story about why they should be feature, with a recent photo, by May 30, 2017. Destination Confidential couples must be 21 or older, have a valid passport with an expiration date that is at least six months out and be free to travel out of the country with limited notice.

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