Escorted tours specialist Leger Holidays says its customers are increasingly booking their trips well in advance – and are not concerned about the possible impact of Brexit.

Ashley Dellow, head of retail sales, said: “We recently ran a survey asking previous passengers about their worries regarding Brexit.

“We were pleasantly surprised to see that the majority of our customers are confident in Leger Holidays and understand that their holidays are in safe hands with us.

“We’ve also introduced our Brexit promise, reassuring any potential customers that, should for any reason a tour become non-operational as a result of Brexit, are protected by our money-back guarantee.”

He said more customers are booking holidays with long lead-in times, with many already securing their trips for 2020.

“With many great offers available by booking holiday early, they like to get their holidays in the diary early,” he said.

“Also, with limited availability on certain products such as our Luxuria products and Oberammergau tours and even pre-booking front row seats, our passengers like to be first in line to book their place on our tours.”

He said Croatia is seeing a rise in demand, thanks to being featured in TV shows such as Game of Thrones.

Coach holidays remain the operator’s most popular range, thanks to a wide choice with its Silver Service and Luxuria fleet, said Dellow.

“We’re also seeing our single traveller experiences selling well,” he added.

“The benefit of travelling with a group of like-minded individuals, no single supplement, sole use of their own room and now with Luxuria departures, solo travellers don’t have to feel cast aside on a Leger Holiday.

“We always hear positive feedback from our solo guests travelling on our regular tours.”

Its range of holidays include guided battlefield tours to visit sites associated with battles in the First and Second World Wars, as well as escorted tours to flower shows and gardens in Europe, such as Keukenhof in the Netherlands and Monet’s Garden in France.

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