Tucan Travel has released its new brochures for 2016/17 and with them, the launch of 114 new group tours to its worldwide destinations.
Examples include a 12-day Peru in Comfort option for £2,839 which visits Machu Picchu, the Amazon Jungle, a night on the private Suasi Island on Lake Titicaca and tickets for the Andean Explorer train to Puno; a nine-day Mexico to Guatemala Flyer for £1,779, travelling from Mexico City to Antigua and visiting all the key highlights including Chichen Itza, Caye Caulker and Tikal; and a 12-day Istanbul to Athens tour for £1,259 visiting Gallipoli, Troy, Olympia and Delphi among other places.
Along with the launch of the new itineraries, the operator has launched its Budget Expeditions (18-35s) into Africa for the first time.
The group tours, designed exclusively for those aged between 18-35 offer a low cost alternative to its new range of Overland Tours in Africa, which offer a higher standard of accommodation including hotels and permanent tents, and incorporate a number of flights to cover large distances which would usually be travelled over a number of long travel days.
The company has also launched a range of new Adventure Tours in South East Asia which spend more time in northern Vietnam and Cambodia, plus three new tours of Myanmar, two new Adventure Tours in Sri Lanka and one in Japan.