Travel tours are one of the best ways to get bang for your buck if you want to see the world. Be shown the best places by a guide in the know, have your schedule planned for you and enjoy a stress-free front row seat to the world.
With that in mind, we have put together this comprehensive tours section to help you browse and learn what you need to know to find the perfect tour solution for you. Search by budget, region or supplier and find the ideal tour suited to your interests and budget.
If you’re in need of some ideas, check out our top 5 tours - our most popular tours that you guys just can’t seem to get enough of. We also have recommended adventure tours for some of the world’s most popular destinations, from arts and culture in London to fantastic road trips in the USA.
Want to talk to someone who has been on the tour you’re looking at? Call 0800 31 44 48 and our friendly consultants can help you find the perfect tour for you.
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tour providers eg. Contiki, Busabout, Intrepid, Topdeck
where in the world eg. Europe, South America, Asia, USA
frequently asked questions
It really depends on where you are going and what you are doing, but no matter what you're planning, comfortable shoes are a necessity!
Always a tough one, and it does depend on where you are, but if you can spare between $80 to $120 a day for food and spending you should be OK. But, if you do like to spend up big then it's best to make up your own budget and stick with that.
Most smart phones have translation apps which you can download, but if you want the authentic feel of interacting with the locals then grab a pocket language guide and do some practice before you get there!
If you're hiking or travelling solo, then a backpack would be the best option for you, however if you're thinking of spending up big and don't want to be weighed down with a backpack then you should probably look at a suitcase.
If you're bringing your phone or laptop, then don't forget your power-adaptor! Most stores that sell luggage also sell power-adaptors, as well as other accessories for your trip!
It's really worth the relatively small extra expense, you never know what could happen and depending on where you travel, medical costs can be extremely high with no insurance.