Business Overview

Boutique International Specialty Travel Company.

Primarily focused on Art, Culinary, and Cultural weeklong programs and workshops.

Their clients are both the program instructors and the attendees.

Running approximately 30 different programs per year in such places as Italy, Chile, Australia, Argentina, the Caribbean and South Africa.

Programs always housed in a unique immersive setting.

Examples include; a family run winery, 13th century restored manor house, small boutique hotels, restored monastery or convent.

Historical Summary:
Established in 1995 by two world travel enthusiasts.

As the owners tell it: In the spring of 1995 we took a group of friends to Tuscany for a creative retreat.

We immersed ourselves in beauty, food, wine and culture and quickly developed lasting friendships with the local community.

Little did we know, that week was the beginning of our new life.

We had no intention of starting a business but that experience was so profound that we wanted to share it again and again with others.


  • Asking Price: $1,020,000
  • Cash Flow: $243,162
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  • Established: 1995

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Additional Info

The business was started in 1995, making the business 27 years old.

Why is the Current Owner Selling The Business?

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