If you’re already dreaming of where to visit next year, your wanderlust is about to pique because we are delighted to unveil our exciting new preview brochure for 2021. This has been a particularly enjoyable program of tours to work on because they are so far-reaching, varied and inspiring.
Namibia, Bhutan, Ancient Road Trips and New Short Breaks in Store for 2021…
March 25 2020
So, what’s in store for the new year? Well, if you’d like to go the distance, you’re in luck. We have a range of long-haul destinations on offer, which range from Bhutan to Turkmenistan, and from Namibia to China. In 2021, discover the jewels of the Silk Road, challenge yourself with a trek to the precariously perched Tiger’s Nest monastery or discover incomparable ancient rock art among wild African landscapes.
Short Archaeological Breaks
Looking for an archaeological adventure that won’t take up too much time? We have just finished putting together a small collection of short breaks, which can take you to Portugal, Greece, Italy, Germany and Tunisia. Explore UNESCO-listed sites, pore over artifacts at captivating museums and discover archaeological sites.
Ancient Road Trips
If road trips take your fancy, we have a few on offer in 2021. Join us for a journey along the Via Flaminia on a tour that boasts some enticing special access experiences. How about a chance to travel from Thessaloniki across Thrace and into Istanbul on our new Via Egnatia II tour? Or, experience the queen of roads – the mighty Via Appia.
Looking to tick a few countries off your bucket list in just one trip? We have a new 12-day cruise for 2021, which visits Jordan, Egypt and Israel, taking in the rock-cut Nabatean kingdom of Petra, the mighty Karnak temples and the long-awaited new Grand Egyptian Museum.
Old Favorites Making A Comeback
In addition to our brand new tours, we have also revived a selection of our favorites from years gone by. These range from The Great Abbeys of Central Italy to Roman Germany, and from Frontier Lands of Romania to South Western Turkey – Pamphylia.