Escorted touring specialist Titan has unveiled its 2019 Worldwide brochure with 23 new itineraries and guarantees on all departures.
There are more than 200 experience-led itineraries in the brochure, which comes as Titan – celebrating its 40th anniversary year – revamps is logo featuring new strapline: ‘Perfect Moments Shared’.
Titan’s 2019 programme is its largest to date, with new tours in America, Borneo, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and Georgia and Armenia.
All itineraries in the brochure will have guaranteed departures, regardless of passenger numbers, Titan said.
Managing director, Andy Squirrell, said: “Our customers tell us the sociability of our holidays is something they enjoy the most. There’s no doubt we offer a diverse range of amazing experiences, but what makes those experiences so special is the fact they’re shared. Even after the moment has passed, customers will be reliving with each other.”
The new itineraries include America’s Historic Cities on the US east coast, departing August 22 2019 from £2,799pp and Wild Borneo, where guests can search for orang-utans and pygmy elephants. The tour departs April – November 2019, from £2,699pp.
Taste of Switzerland, featuring alpine villages and mountain slopes, departs September 5 2019 from £1,849pp while Georgia and Armenia – the crossroads of Europe and Asia departs April to September from £1,899pp.
New for Titan’s ‘essential’, lead-in range is Essential Spain and the Way of St James which follows a Middle Ages Christian pilgrimage. The tour departs September 11 2019 with prices from £1,399pp.
Low deposits of £99pp are available until the end of August 2018, and eight of the 23 new itineraries have lead-in prices of £799pp.
And to mark the brochure launch, agents can win a £4,000 Titan holiday voucher by sharing their perfect travel moment on Facebook at TitanagentsUK or on Twitter @TitanagentsUK with the #Titanperfectmoments hashtag by August 31.
Ten runners up will receive an instant Polaroid camera.
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