Riviera Travel reveals 2024 escorted tours collection

Tuesday, 05 Dec, 2022 0

Riviera Travel launched its 2024 worldwide escorted tours collection, with 27 itineraries available to book now. 

There are 242 departures are on sale, from January to November, with 34 departures dedicated to solo travellers.

The worldwide collection covers Africa, Japan, the US, South America and the Far East.

It includes a 16-day tour of Ecuador and the Galapagos, the Silk Road, and South Africa tours.

Six South Africa escorted tours are exclusively for solo travellers.

There are three dedicated solo tours of Japan.

Prices include return flights and transfers; all accommodation; tours; select meals; and an tour manager

Returning for 2024 are Riviera’s ‘Signature Tours’, available across 13 itineraries and 43 departures.

These exclusive options are for groups of a maximum 25 guests.



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Learn more about :   Riviera Travel ( United Kingdom )  

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