Limited Edition tours are our range of unique journeys for travellers looking to combine their special interests with their love of travel.
Over the years we've created the kind of trips you won't find anywhere else. If you’re a bit of a wine connoisseur, you might have enjoyed discovering Georgian wine culture which dates back more than 8000 years (with plenty of tipples along the way!). Or perhaps spending the festive season in Ukraine, celebrating Orthodox Christmas complete with a snowy farm-stay in the picturesque Carpathian Mountains? Or going to Tibet to revel in the vibrant celebrations of the ancient Shoton Festival.
We focus on the experiences you won’t find in an app or guidebook but are only gained from years of on-the-ground knowledge. Led by expert local guides and specialists, staying in hand-picked accommodation and with only one or two departures on each trip, they are true Limited Edition adventures.
Our private group experts can help you create your own 'Limited Edition' tour that will take you exactly where you want to go.
We can create a tailor-made itinerary to suit any group, whether it’s large or small. Select one of our existing small group itineraries and talk to our team about enhancing it. We can add activities, elevate your accommodation or even tailor the itinerary to a particular interest just like our Limited Edition offering. Best of all, the departure date is entirely up to you.
Discover the context of the turbulent fall of the Berlin in Wall, 30 years after it happened. See the iconic Checkpoint Charlie and Wall Memorial in Berlin, visit Prague where many East Germans historically sought refuge and celebrate the hope of rebuilt cities like Dresden, that have become thriving metropolises.
Italy or France might spring to mind when you think of classic wine countries, but that’s because you haven’t been to Georgia. With a wine industry dating back over 8000 years, their wine techniques have been honed over centuries. Being between Europe and Russia also means the culinary scene compliments the wine beautifully.
Experience the wonderland that is a Japanese winter break. See shimmering ice-sculptures in Sapporo (over a few of their locally-brewed, internationally famous beers), explore the stunning snowy mountains of Sounkyo or take the Ropeway up Mount Hakodate and then warm up with a soak in a traditional Japanese outdoor onsen.
Experience the wonder of a festive season in the Holy Land of Israel and the Palestinian territories. Take part in the annual pilgrimage to Bethlehem along with many others from around the world, attend Midnight Mass at the Church of Nativity and enjoy a traditional Christmas menu of the region (complete with falafel).