The global threat of terrorism hasn’t hampered century-old Collette’s growth, at home or abroad

EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCES: Timothy and Susan Magill of Narragansett, with the many photo albums from their eight different tours with Collette. The couple wants to learn from new cultures and continues to book with Collette because of the educational experiences. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCES: Timothy and Susan Magill of Narragansett, with the many photo albums from their eight different tours with Collette. The couple wants to learn from new cultures and continues to book with Collette because of the educational experiences. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
When anti-government protests in Egypt turned violent in January 2011, 160 travelers with Pawtucket-based Collette tours were among an estimated 1,900 U.S. citizens temporarily stuck in Cairo. Such crises are potential nightmares for any travel company, but Collette is better prepared for the unexpected than most. The 100-year-old company maintains an around-the-clock, international-safety department to…

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