Exodus Travels has launched a new collection Exodus Edits, aimed at travellers in their 30s and 40s, who prefer to take shorter and more condensed trips abroad.
Exodus Edits consists of 22 itineraries, spanning 18 countries, and ranging from four to 13 days.
The brand also highlights how many days off work the traveller will need, in order to help them maximise their annual leave.
Speaking to Travel Weekly at the launch event on Tuesday (November 19), managing director Sam Seward said the creation of this collection caters to the demand from customers.
A survey of more than 1,000 people who travel annually found that 60% think it is important to travel with those of a similar age, while 70% would prefer to take shorter trips.
“They want that intense experience, they want to condense, and they want to go with someone they can trust,” said Seward.
Groups will consist of between six and 16 people. Itineraries available include Fizz & Spritz in the Prosecco Hills, Sunrises & Summits in Bali, and Pho, Fun & Sun in Vietnam.
On what he thinks will be the most popular destination, Seward said: “I think it will be a tie between Iceland and Jordan.”
Exodus Travels has also just announced it has joined the Specialist Travel Association (Aito).
Pictured: Traveller at Petra, Jordan. Getty Images.
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