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Travelmarvel has a history of outstanding service and customer satisfaction gives us the confidence to go the extra mile. For your peace of mind Travelmarvel is accredited with the following associated Travel Industry certifications.

Travelmarvel's Global Travel Industry Accreditations

IATA IATA Travel Agent Accreditation - IATA accredits over 70,000 travel agents worldwide to ensure they provide the high standards of service and dependability that airlines and their clients expect.
The Travel Compensation Fund The Travel Compensation Fund is Australia's primary means of providing compensation to eligible travellers who suffer loss as a result of the financial collapse of a participating travel agency business.
ATOL Protected ATOL Protected - ATOL is a financial protection scheme managed by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). Air Travel Organiser's Licence (ATOL) is granted to travel companies selling air holiday packages and flights in the UK after the company has met the CAA's licensing requirements.
USTOA logo United States Tour Operators Association - USTOA is a professional, voluntary trade association created with the primary purpose of promoting integrity within the tour operator industry.
ABTA certified ABTA, The Travel Association - 70% of UK consumers see ABTA membership as an essential when booking a holiday. They ensure that holidaymakers remain confident in the holiday products that they buy from ABTA Members.
TAANZ TAANZ Travel Agent - The Travel Agents' Association of New Zealand (TAANZ) is a trade organisation representing the travel agent, approved travel broker and tour operator distribution system in New Zealand.
International Cruise Council Australasia ICCA, International Cruise Council of Australasia is an association of leading cruise lines dedicated to the expansion and awareness of cruising worldwide.

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