Titan’s new Worldwide tours

Titan’s latest Worldwide brochure features 25 new tours including options in Japan, Cuba and a Canadian Rocky Mountains adventure.

Titan’s new Worldwide tours

Titan’s latest Worldwide brochure features 25 new tours including options in Japan, Cuba and a Canadian Rocky Mountains adventure.

Titan’s latest Worldwide brochure features 25 new tours including options in Japan, Cuba and a Canadian Rocky Mountains adventure.

Priced from £6,999pp, the escorted 21-day Grand Tour of Japan will visit Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka and Hiroshima, with travel on three bullet trains. Flights are with Japan Airlines from London Heathrow, based on an October 16 2023 departure.

The 16-day Viva Cuba tour, priced from £2,969pp, will take in Havana and then some of the lesser-known parts of the island including Santiago de Cuba, Trinidad and two Caribbean beach resorts. The deal is based on a May 30 departure from London Gatwick with Air Europa. 

The 11-day Journey Through the Clouds escorted tour will include two days on board luxury train Rocky Mountaineer, five days exploring the pine-scented wilderness of Jasper and Banff and two nights in Vancouver. Based on a May 2 2023 departure, it is priced from £4,249pp.

Titan is offering every customer a free airport lounge pass at No1 and Aspire Lounges on every new international booking made from December 28 2022 through to January 31 2023.

Andy Squirrell, Titan’s Managing Director, commented: “After an incredible year of holidays, we’re delighted launch our latest Worldwide brochure to help our customers plan their new travel adventures for 2023 and 2024. 

“There’s a real joy to exploring the world and allowing us to look after the finer details leaves you free to do just that.”

titantravel.co.uk

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