Tauck has announced the launch of its first 'Exotics' brochure in the UK, featuring a select collection of luxury land and small ship cruises to unspoilt corners of the world.

A special feature of many excursions is the chance for travellers to get closer to the animals and plants they encounter on the way, through unique access to filmmaking equipment such as night-vision and underwater cameras, motion-activated camera traps and long-range directional microphones.

Guests can also view specially-made film vignettes of their destinations, produced and directed for the operator by some of the world’s best international filmmakers.

Steve Spivak, the company's vice president, said: “This is our first exotics brochure for the UK market and it will have immediate appeal for British travellers who have their eye on something different and special in hard-to-reach locations around the globe.

“There’s an inspiring range of exclusive itineraries across Antarctica, Asia, Africa, the Americas, the Middle East and Australia, and the insider access you get on a Tauck tour simply isn’t available anywhere else.”

New exotic destinations include a trip to see the temples and pagodas in Myanmar, formerly Burma; a grand family safari in Tanzania; a choice of three tours in Costa Rica, including a jungles and rainforests trip and an 11-day tour that features a cruise along the Panama Canal; an 18-day trip in India, including staying at some of the world’s most luxurious hotels; and a 12-day trip through Dubai and the Arabian Peninsula.

For details visit www.tauck.co.uk

twn Are you sure that you want to switch to desktop version?