A small series of tours will be run by G Adventures in September following the lifting of UK government travel restrictions to selected European countries.
The programme consists of 21 departures to seven countries, including Greece, Spain, Iceland, Croatia and Italy.
All trips are suitable for those looking to create a ‘bubble’ holiday, with friends and family, or with a small group of like-minded travellers, according to the adventure operator.
All tours will be subject to increased health and hygiene measures, to ensure the safety of all travellers and staff.
The late summer reintroduction of trips follows growing interest during lockdown from travellers seeking more active and physically challenging adventures.
As a result, the company is offering an eight-day Mont Blanc trek and a walking tour of the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route in Spain.
Two sailing itineraries in Greece and Italy will be also available.
Managing director Brian Young said: “The announcement of the new travel corridors is a welcome signal that our UK travellers can begin to travel again.
“We’re excited to be able to offer travellers the opportunity to go away in September and have designed this collection to cater to travellers of all types; from the active lover to those simply wanting relaxation and some sunshine.
“With spaces limited on these incredible itineraries, which can be booked through our global sale up to the end of July, now is the time for travellers to bag themselves an amazing adventure at a great price.
“We’ve worked closely with our suppliers in these destinations over the past few months and are confident in the operation of these tours, keeping our travellers’ safety a top priority while providing the trip of a lifetime.”
He added: “Our full programme of tours is currently suspended up to and including 31st August 2020 and we are closely evaluating the operations and safety of other departures in September, beyond this new collection, with no decision on further suspensions at this current time.”
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