Insight Vacations offers new small-group minibus tours in the United States

Insight Vacations has launched a new collection of small-group minibus tours across the United States for groups of up to seventeen people, visiting places like Yellowstone National Park and the California coastline.

Tours will be conducted with an expert driver and trip director on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van. Groups can be booked privately or travelers can join a public group trip for up to seventeen people. Each van includes spacious seats, luggage compartments, TV screen, filtered water and USB ports.


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Small groups ensure privacy and more personalized service, as well as access to restaurants, hotels, and experiences not suitable for larger groups. These new group tours include Insight’s MAKE TRAVEL MATTER experiences, which help improve communities and environments through tourism.

Insight Vacations is currently offering two new van tours, both with seven-day itineraries. The “Yellowstone Discovery” tour begins in Bozeman, where travelers can hike or take an archery lesson before traversing Yellowstone National Park for four days, which includes a series of gentle hikes. Finally, travelers can enjoy a MAKE TRAVEL MATTER experience at Grand Teton National Park by visiting the National Elk Refuge.

The second new route is “Best of Northern California”, which is a round-trip tour starting in San Francisco. Travelers can tour the redwoods at Muir Woods National Monument before heading to Point Reyes for a MAKE TRAVEL MATTER experience at Heidrun Meadery, where they’ll learn about beekeeping and mead brewing. They will then travel to Mendocino Headlands State Park before heading to the Botanical Gardens for another MAKE TRAVEL MATTER experience, learning about preserving coastal ecosystems. Finally, this trip ends with wine tastings in Napa Valley and Sonoma Valley before returning to San Francisco.

Both of these trips start at just over $4,000 per person and can be viewed on the Insight website in the Regional Trips section.

“There’s a noticeable trend toward smaller groups, more intimate experiences, and a desire for travelers to have a positive impact on the places they visit,” said Guy Young, president of Insight Vacations. “Our small-group regional tours are perfectly suited to meet these growing trends, taking our guests further off the beaten path with experiences that are only accessible by smaller means of transport and smaller groups.”

For more information, please visit Insight Vacations.

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