Tours and Tour Packages by Destination
a blue link to find tour operators offering vacation packages to that
destination. If there's no link we have no tours there.
Cruises World Wonders Tours Festival Tours
South Africa Sudan Tanzania
Russia Tibet Thailand
Middle East Tours (geographically a part of Asia)
Egypt Jordan Turkey
America Tours (The North American continent including Central America and Caribbean islands)
Canada Caribbean Costa
Guatemala Mexico Panama United
States of America
Bolivia Chile Galapagos/Ecuador Peru
Some of these places are not entirely safe, so it pays to take precautions before taking that long holiday overseas to somewhere spectacular.
Here's a little advice:
up-to-date government advice on travel please
check the excellent Foreign
Office (FO) for information on unsafe places to travel (Yes, Americans too!), but note that Government warnings tend to be extremely cautious.
Read the papers, watch the news, judge for yourself - travelling
when things are a little hairy means fewer tourists, more room availability,
less cost, more cool. Life is a gamble.
Register your whereabouts when travelling abroad: Another useful service provided by FO, given the uncertainty in some parts of the world as a result of natural disasters or outbreaks of civil unrest, UK citizens may like to note an online service from the Foreign Office.
You may register the details of your trip and the person(s) travelling with you before your trip starts.You can also register details of your family and friends so that they can be contacted in the event that you are affected by an incident whilst travelling. Just visit www.fco.gov.uk/travel, click on 'LOCATE', and sign up so you can be more easily found whether you're in well known holiday destinations or more off the beaten track.
More travel safety tips
to developing countries should start with long term basic health protection.
This means vaccinations against Polio, Tetanus, Typhoid and Hepatitis
Other vaccinations will depend on where you are going, local conditions
at that time and your anticipated environment. Visitors to Yellow Fever
areas such as West Africa should definitely be vaccinated against it.
Consult a health specialist. A series of jabs may take up to six weeks to complete, so get on with it! More
Malaria is at large in over 100 countries of the world. Check out how to avoid mosquitoes.
And since you may be on a plane for many hours, also how do you avoid jet lag and/or DVT?!