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G Adventures and Nat Geo head to Ireland, Greece and Singapore


National Geographic Journeys and G Adventures have added eight trips to their National Geographic Journeys collection, now in its fiſth year. For 2020, Ireland, Singapore


and Greece make their debut in the range, which features 91 holidays in 54 countries. Brian Young, G Adventures’


managing director for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, said: “Te new trips are a direct response to the feedback travellers have been giving us about the places they most want to explore next.” Te new nine-day Iconic Ireland


holiday costs from £2,149, while the 12-day Greece: Ancient Ruins & Iconic Islands starts at £2,199. Singapore is featured in the


15-day Singapore to Bangkok Journey, which costs from £2,249, and the Singapore, Malaysia and Tailand Explorer, which costs from £2,999 for 22 days. Trips include excursions and


accommodation but not flights. gadventures.com


Titan bolsters programme with 10 escorted holidays in Europe


Samantha Mayling


Titan Travel has boosted its latest trade-only Europe and UK brochure with 10 escorted holidays in Europe, including festive breaks and tours that feature Oberammergau’s Passion Play. An Alpine Countries and the Passion Play 2020


escorted tour starts at £2,299 and includes flights, seven nights’ hotel accommodation, seven excursions and tickets to the play, which is held every 10 years. Tere are three new festive tours in Europe, offering


customers the chance to spend Christmas in Venice, northern Portugal or Lake Bled, Slovenia. Tree new escorted tours offer the chance to explore


Italy: Sicilian Escape; Italian Lakes and the Shores of Dalmatia and Amalfi; and Italian Coastal Explorer with Pompeii. Te 11-day Italian Coastal Explorer with Pompeii


Ireland


AAT Kings adds two types of short break in central Australia


AAT Kings has introduced 10 Active and Leisurely short breaks in central Australia for 2020-21. Ranging from two to five days, the breaks are designed to be


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holiday costs from £2,499, including three nights’ hotel accommodation, seven nights on board Azamara Pursuit, three excursions and flights.


£25 The amount, in vouchers, agents can earn on bookings this month


Te brochure also features 41 UK breaks, including


new itineraries to Oxford, Manchester and south Wales. Te five-day South Wales Short Break starts at £779,


including accommodation, transport and excursions to Te Royal Mint Experience, Tredegar House and Caerphilly Castle. Titan is offering £99 deposits on selected holidays


booked this month. Also during September, agents can earn a £25


lifestyle voucher for every Europe or UK holiday booked and a £10 voucher for all other Titan holidays. Ben Davis, Titan’s head of product, said: “Early


bookers also benefit financially thanks to Titan’s Price Promise, protecting customers from any price increases that may occur closer to departure.” titanagents.co.uk


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simpler for agents to tailor-make holidays featuring destinations such as Uluru and Alice Springs. Te Active breaks offer walks


that require a medium level of fitness. Prices start at £465 for the three-day Uluru & Kata Tjuta Cultural Adventure. Te Leisurely breaks offer more


comfort and a gentler pace. Tey cost from £325 for the two-day


Uluru & Kata Tjuta Highlights. All breaks include transportation,


accommodation and a driver-guide. Joanna Guest, AAT Kings’ UK


senior sales manager, said: “Short breaks are a big opportunity for agents to engage with clients starting to straddle that space between independent travel and fully guided touring.” aatkings.com


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