Small group journeys means unlocking the secrets of a destination.
For some travel companies, the term ‘small group’ can mean sharing your adventures with as many as 45 other travellers. That doesn’t sound very ‘small’ to us. In 2018, we’re lowering the group size on our classic small group itineraries from 16 to 12, giving you greater access to your expert local leader for a more intimate, personalised experience. Even our Adventure Cruising and Polar tours use small ships, allowing you to truly immerse yourself in a destination.
What does it mean for you?
We get you into areas often restricted to larger groups, allowing you to immerse yourself in the destination (away from the jostling masses).
A more considered pace
We spend more time in a destination, so you can explore, soak up the atmosphere, relax and unwind at your own speed.
Less time waiting around
With fewer travellers in our groups, you’ll spend less time checking into hotels and getting on (and off) transport, and more time seeing the sights.
What are the other benefits to small group travel?