These two new tours will allow travelers to make the most of limited vacation time, while experiencing multiple regions and cultures in just one trip abroad.
Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) November 23, 2011
Prompted by 26% growth in the number of travelers booking longer, more comprehensive tours from 2010 to 2011, Go Ahead Tours has unveiled two new tour itineraries designed to show travelers the best of Europe and South America. The first, a Grand Tour of Europe lasts 16 days, moving from London through Paris, Amsterdam, Germany, the Swiss Alps, Lake Como and Venice before concluding in Rome.
Go Ahead has also seen rapid growth in its tours to South America with traveler volume growing 12% in the first two quarters of 2011. If current trends continue, Go Ahead will see a 42% increase in the number of travelers to South America compared to 2010. The second new tour, Best of South America: Brazil, Argentina & Peru is a 14-day sojourn through the continent to our south. Beginning on the beaches of Rio de Janeiro, this itinerary ventures south to Iguassu Falls and Buenos Aires before crossing the Andes on a flight to Peru, where travelers will explore the ruins around Cuzco and spend a full day exploring Machu Picchu.
“Our travelers told us they wanted longer, more immersive itineraries that allowed them to see an entire region rather than just one specific city or country,” said Christy Waller, Go Ahead’s Vice President of Marketing & Analysis. “These two new tours will allow travelers to make the most of limited vacation time, while experiencing multiple regions and cultures in just one trip abroad.”
Established in 1990, Go Ahead Tours (http://www.goaheadtours.com) offers over 100 high-quality escorted tours around the world to travelers—both seasoned and new—who are looking to learn more about the world and themselves. Committed to breaking down barriers of culture and geography, Go Ahead provides customers with superior quality, exceptional value and an unsurpassed Best Price Guarantee; that is, if you find the same tour for less, Go Ahead will match the price. Go Ahead’s parent company, EF Education First, was founded in 1965 and is the world’s largest private educational travel company.
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