If Only has unveiled new destinations and expanded ranges in its 2020-21 brochures for the Far East; Caribbean, Mexico & Bermuda; and India & Sri Lanka.

The Far East brochure features Japan and China for the first time, while the Caribbean, Mexico & Bermuda brochure adds Dominica, Puerto Rico, St Barts, Saint Martin and the British Virgin Islands.

Meanwhile, the luxury operator – acquired last month by Elegant Resorts owner Portman Travel Group – has created a new reservations team dedicated to India and Sri Lanka to focus on these two destinations.

Alison Murphy, product and commercial manager for Asia, Australasia, India & Sri Lanka, said: “Not only will we launch Japan and China as new destinations, but we’ve introduced 118 properties in total, as well as expanding our touring itineraries and adding bespoke river cruise options.

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A nine-day Splendours of Japan tour with Trafalgar taking in Tokyo, Mount Fuji and Kyoto costs from £5,789 including return flights.

Rachel McAneny, product and commercial manager for the US, Canada, Caribbean, Mexico and Bermuda, said: “We now have a wider pool of luxury properties and airline partners.

“We have close working relationships with new partners, including AMResorts and Palladium Hotel Group, and our recent commercial agreement with Tui has helped open up flight routes throughout the region.”

A seven-day Highlights of Havana, West and Central Cuba tour costs from £3,499.

If Only was acquired by Elegant Resorts owner Portman Travel Group for an undisclosed sum last month.