Rainbow Tours goes worldwide

Rainbow Tours has expanded operations beyond its core destinations of Africa and Latin America for the first time, introducing itineraries in four new countries – India, Borneo, Sri Lanka and Canada. 

Orangutan in Borneo

The move comes as the company, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, re-positions itself more firmly as a specialist tour operator for wildlife and nature holidays with the release of a new Safari and Wildlife Guide highlighting encounters with animals, birds and marine life.

“The majority of Rainbow Tours’ business has always centred around wildlife holidays,” said Jennifer Atkinson, CEO of ITC Travel Group, the parent company of Rainbow Tours.

“Whether it’s birding itineraries in Costa Rica or Peru; gorilla trekking and big five safaris in East or Southern Africa; or bespoke trips to experience Madagascar’s unique natural assets; our team is highly knowledgeable and incredibly passionate about crafting trips on the trail of iconic and lesser-known species. Our expertise stretches beyond Africa and Latin America, so it’s a natural progression for Rainbow Tours to introduce new destinations where clients can encounter amazing wildlife such as polar bears, orang-utans, tigers, whales and more.”

All Rainbow Tours trips and destinations are available to book through the travel trade and the Safari and Wildlife guide is available to view in digital format on the Rainbow Tours website. Travel agents can also print copies at www.rainbowtours.co.uk/brochure.

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