A&K Travel Group has revealed a line-up of new excursions, including a Galápagos cruise, rail journeys across Europe and China, cultural experiences and roundtrip voyages.
Ecoventura has unveiled the ‘Galápagos Coffee and Conservation Experience’, the latest addition to its cruise itinerary. Passengers can enjoy an exclusive coffee tasting experience at Montemar on Santa Cruz Island. Sustainable practices will be explored, with the chance to learn about the farm’s role in protecting giant tortoises.
Cox & Kings, meanwhile, has rolled out four rail journeys across Europe and China. Clients can opt for ‘China in Style by Rail’ for a trip around the country’s cultural centres; ‘Sarajevo to Split by Road & Rail’ to explore Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia; ‘Neapolitan Treasures: Caserta, Sorento & Pompeii’ for a tour of Italy’s Bay of Naples or ‘Across Albana & Kosovo’ to explore historic sites in the region.
Those looking for cultural experiences will enjoy Abercrombie & Kent’s line-up. This includes the contemporary art exhibition ‘Venice Biennale – A Cultural Odyssey’; ‘Stargazing Spectaculars in Arabia I Perseids Meteor Shower’ for an astronomy show; ‘Train with an Olympic Rower on Lake Bled’ for a one-to-one training session with an athlete; an African sailing with ‘Bespoke Nile Riverboat’ and wildlife excursions with ‘Walking Safari and Night Drives at Olonana, Masai Mara’.
There are also safari adventures in Kenya, helicopter rides dedicated to elephant tracking or a tour of Botswana, a private jet tour of East Africa, camping experiences on Mount Kilimanjaro and musical performances at Giacomo Puccini’s Villa Pliniana.
Clients can find a host of Grand Journeys from Crystal in 2025, including ‘Roundtrip Mumbai’ for a voyage through 15 countries and 32 destinations; ‘Roundtrip Singapore’ to stay overnight in some of Asia’s most mythical cities; ‘Rio de Janeiro to Mumbai’ for a host of carnivals and concerts; ‘Cape Town to Barcelona’ to traverse diverse landscapes and ‘Stockholm to Liverpool’ for an expedition across Northern Europe.