I’ll keep this intro short and sweet because I know you’re just here for the trips.
Travel is tough: typically, you have to organize your life at home before you can commit to it. You know the drill: check five times with the spouse, make sure the boss is OK with it, and oh, crap, what about the kids?
When it comes to this sale, you should probably still do that. But for the love of God, do it quickly. Because this sale ends on 1/24, so quick decisions must be made.
TourRadar, a booking repository for group tours from hundreds of operators spanning the globe, is currently offering up to 75% off a huge number of trips all over the world. And while they may not be the exact definition of luxury, you’ll get to see some famous sites, meet some new people and most importantly, save thousands of dollars doing it.
Below, we've rounded up our favorites — organized by region — that combine a high number of positive reviews, steep discounts and enticing itineraries.
Europe: 12 Day Europe Escape
Hit a large swath of Western Europe (England, France, Switzerland, Italy, Vatican City, Austria, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium) along with many of the expected attractions in said locations.
Asia: Backroads of Japan
Go from Tokyo to Kyoto over the course of 11 days exploring major landmarks along the way with a highly knowledgeable guide.
Africa: 9-Day Egyptian Tour with Nile Cruise
Start in Cairo for a few days before you’re flown down to Aswan for a five-star cruise along the Nile and of course the obligatory stop at the Great Pyramids at Giza. This tour is absurdly discounted right now.
South America: Cusco & Trekking to Machu Picchu
With access to the historic site seemingly more restricted by the day, it would behoove you hop on a llama and get there as soon as possible.
South Pacific and Australia: Sydney to Great Barrier Reef
Hit just about everything worth hitting on the east coast of the Land Down Under: Sydney, Bondi Beach, Cairns, The Great Barrier Reef and plenty more over a 10-day trip.
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