Spend 3 nights in San Pedro de Atacama exploring the world’s driest desert, staying in the Andes Mountain range with day visits to the spectacular scenery, once under the sea before the millions of years of evolution formed the Andes emerging from the seabed leaving beautiful flora and fauna to explore as well as many picturesque volcanoes surrounding you.
Short Tours - A whirlwind experience
A great way to personalise and utilise your time in your chosen destination, short tours give you a glimpse into a new and fascinating place - a unique way to make the most of the many sights and attractions of a region. Add on a short itinerary and explore different destinations on your holiday, helping you make the most of your time and enjoy amazing experiences on your trip.
Whether you want to tailor your holiday to be something more personal and unique or you simply want to extend your trip by including a new and exciting location, short tours are a wonderful and concise way to experience somewhere new. We offer a great range of short tours to a host of exotic and fascinating destinations, from cultural cities to blissful beach breaks in tropical climes.
Experience life with the hill tribes of Thailand, explore the Masai Mara with the local community or venture through the diverse landscape of Sri Lanka in search of heritage, architecture and beautiful coastal scenery. The options are varied and always memorable, providing a great opportunity to see somewhere new as part of your holiday.
Read our guide to tailoring the perfect holiday itinerary with a super array of recommended short tour combinations.
Fly into the energetic and sophisticated city of Chile, one of the largest cities in the Americas. Enjoy time strolling around the city on a guided tour taking you to the main attractions and unique neighbourhoods before spending time relaxing in the evening, enjoying the nightlife restaurants, cafes and beer halls of Barrios Brasil, Lastarria and Bellavista. On day 2 you can spend it at leisure or why not visit the nearby beachfront town of Vina del Mar and picturesque port of Valparaiso.
Explore the intriguing, logic-defying archaeological wonders of Easter Island on an enticing 4 day tour. Hear the legends that surround the maoi figures on guided day tours taking you to the Akahanga temple ruins, the ancient ceremonial site of Ahu Akivi and to the edge of a volcano crater. Enjoy the unspoilt, turquoise water of Anakena beach, the unspoilt beauty and indulge in tasty local cuisine.
Beginning in Punta Arenas – the closest city to the tip of Chile’s southernmost Patagonia region, this 4-day adventure takes you sailing through the Ultima Esperanza Fjord, hiking through striking native forests, witnessing towering glaciers and exploring the breathtaking world heritage UNESCO National Park of Torres del Paine.
Begin in the quaint port city of Puerto Montt in Chile’s Lake District where you'll explore and sample the local seafood before continuing to the colonial town of Puerto Varas, on the enormous Lake Llanquihue with picturesque snow-topped Volcanoes acting as a dramatic backdrop, both still active. Take a trip to the Vicente Perez Rosales National Park, admiring the Petrohue Falls and enjoy a catamaran cruise through a tiny hamlet before visiting the beautiful town Chiloe Island.
The lost Incan city of Machu Picchu is one of the world’s must-see sights, and is the highlight of many travellers’ trips to Peru. Discover a land of rich culture, unforgettable landscapes and magnificent, ancient architecture on this glorious 4-day tour which begins in Cusco and ends in Lima.
This six-night private guided tour is especially designed to give you a taste of what Sri Lanka has to offer. Journeying through Kandy, Nuwara Eliya, Ella, Tissamaharama, Yala National Park and Galle, this exclusive tour is a brilliant insight into Sri Lanka’s rich culture and unbelievable beauty.
A lesser known, yet remarkable gem in the centre of Vietnam; journey to this national park, home to the oldest karst mountains in Asia where the limestone has given way to a spectacular system of caves and underground rivers underneath unspoilt jungle scenery.
Approximately three hours north of the city with an altitude of over 1500 metres above sea level, the cooler climate and rolling hills are ideal for tea cultivation. Here buildings and rituals that are quintessentially English have found their place among the natural jungle and waterfalls.