Exodus Travels has launched a new collection of Premium Adventures – small-group trips with exceptional accommodation and experiences, plus award-winning named guides.
The guides include filmmaker Allan Langdale, who will take guests to explore in Morocco, and wildlife photographer Paul Goldstein, who will accompany clients while they look out for cheetahs, lions and herds of migrating wildebeest in Kenya.
Accommodation options include a cave hotel in Cappadocia, Turkey; a Bedouin camp in Wadi Rum, Jordan; and a cruise on Halong Bay, Vietnam.
Sam Seward, Exodus managing director, said: “With the travel restrictions finally relaxed, customers are now, more than ever, looking to fulfil their wish lists. We are delighted to announce the launch of these premium adventures that offer our customers heightened experiences in greater comfort with expert guides and accommodation that is just as remarkable as the adventures themselves.”
The maximum number on small-group tour is 16 clients.
The nine-day Walking the Ancient Trails of Cappadocia holiday costs from £2,249, including flights. Highlights include a sunrise hot air balloon flight over Cappadocia and a visit to the underground city of Kaymakli.
Cape Town and the Garden Route is a 14-day tour costing from £4,849 including flights. It features two-night stay at the Amakhala Safari Lodge, with safaris in the private game reserve.
The 14-day Pura Vida Costa Rica holiday costs from £4,699, including flights and a stay in the Rio Perdido Hotel & Thermal River, while a 10-day Amazon Rainforest Cruise on the MV Zafiro is priced from £6,699, excluding international flights.
Pictured: UFO camp in Wadi Rum, Jordan.