Trafalgar adds three new Asian destinations

The Lao city of Luang Prabang
The Lao city of Luang Prabang

Trafalgar, The Travel Corporation’s guided tour operator, has added three new Asian countries to its collection: India, Sri Lanka and Laos.

There are nine new itineraries in Trafalgar’s Asia 2017 programme, including the three new destinations, all of which feature a CSR aspect under the company’s ‘TrafalgarCares’ programme.

In India, the company will offer a 13-day ‘Leisurely Rajasthan with Mumbai’ itinerary, which includes a chance to help the country’s street children, while in Sri Lanka the 11-day ‘Wonders of Sri Lanka’ trip includes visits to a tea plantation and elephant orphanage. Finally, an 11-day ‘Secrets of Cambodia with Laos’ itinerary will allow guests to visit the Lao Friends Hospital for Children and enjoy a family-hosted dinner in Luang Prabang.

All of Trafalgar’s tours have a maximum group size of 26 guests.

In addition to the new countries, Trafalgar has expanded its selection of ‘Mini Stays’ to provide agents with option of up-selling Asian city breaks. Functioning as standalone four-day mini-breaks, these trips to Bangkok, Tokyo and Hong Kong & Macau can be added to a guided holiday.

Also new for 2017 is the 10-day ‘Leisurely Japan’ journey from Osaka to Hiroshima, an extended 14-day ‘Treasures of Thailand’ tour which includes the Golden Triangle, and the 17-day ‘Classic China’ tour with a Yangtze cruise.

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