Titan reaches for the stars with Europe 2021 brochure

Titan Travel has launched its European brochure for 2021, featuring escorted tours, river cruises and UK short breaks. It features three new escorted

tours, including the nine-day Hidden Treasures of Sardinia, from £1,599, which features Cagliari, Alghero and a stargazing evening. Also new is the eight-day

Lakeside Austria – Magical Zell am See, from £1,349, which includes an excursion on Grossglockner High Alpine Road and a half-day tour of Salzburg. There are 15 new European

ocean cruises and 15 river cruises in the programme, plus the Oberammeragau Passion Play. There are also 21 UK short

breaks in the new Titan brochure, including a five-day Norfolk itinerary, priced from £779.

Wendy Wu Tours unveils four new dedicated programmes

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Wendy Wu Tours has expanded its long-haul travel offering for 2021-22 after seeing “exceptional demand” for next year since it introduced its Travel with Confidence initiative six weeks ago. The Asia specialist has introduced new programmes

in Central Asia, the Middle East, South America and Antarctica, as well as a new cruise and beach programme in Vietnam, which is exempt from the Foreign Office’s blanket travel ban and from where returning travellers do not have to quarantine. Wendy Wu Tours now offers 150 holidays including

its Japan, Southeast Asia, India and China programmes. Additions include an 11-day Experience Japan tour,

from £5,590, which features Osaka, Nara, Kyoto, Mount Fuji and Tokyo, and a 12-day Ultimate Uzbekistan trip, from Tashkent to Nukus, from £3,090, with visits to Bukhara, Samarkand and the Toprak Kala Fortress. Other new itineraries include the 11-day Gems

of Georgia, eight-day Journey though Jordan, 21-day Philippines Discovery, 21-day Treasures of South America and nine-day Kerala Experience.

150Holidays offered across Wendy Wu Tours’ expanded range

An eight-day Antarctica Express Fly Cruise, from £12,800, includes a crossing of Drake Passage. Wendy Wu Tours reported an “unprecedented

demand” for solo travel, with a 68% year-on-year increase in enquiries. It has launched a series of Solo Tours across its flagship holidays, all of which have smaller group sizes, VIP airport chauffeur service and airport lounge access. To stimulate bookings, the operator is offering a

free second-customer flight for customers booking 2021 and 2022 trips to Asia and South America – or 50% off the air fare for solo bookers. A range of inclusive airline upgrades is included, on

airlines such as British Airways, Finnair and Vietnam Airlines. The firm’s Flexible Booking Guarantee includes £99 deposits, free amendments and the final balance payment at six weeks before departure.

If Only offers Caribbean Escapes range of quarantine-free destinations

If Only has launched a suite of luxury escapes in the Caribbean focusing specifically on destinations currently on the UK’s travel corridor lists. Offers for November and

December breaks to Barbados, Saint Lucia and Grenada, all of which UK holidaymakers can

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currently visit without incurring a 14-day quarantine on return,

include savings of up to 70%. Seven nights at adult-only

Rendezvous, in Saint Lucia, is priced from £2,339, while seven nights at the Fairmont Royal Pavilion in Barbados starts from £1,889 including BA flights. Annika Rieley, marketing

manager at If Only, said: “Our

agent partners remain our top priority, which is why our product and marketing teams have been working hard to secure the best deals for quarantine-free destinations in the Caribbean, promoting luxury offers departing this year.”

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