Trafalgar and Insight bolster small group itineraries in the US

In response to increased demand for small-group tours from Insight Vacations and Trafalgar Mercedes Benz Sprinter van, operators have added new itineraries that visit California, Arizona, Utah and the United States.

“There has been huge interest in small group tours. We knew this program was going to be a hit when we started to see more interest in in-depth domestic travel experiences,” said Melissa DaSilva, President of TTC Tour Brands, North America, whose brands include Trafalgar and Insight. Vacations.


Scenic Byway 12 in Utah. (Photo via Rixipix/iStock/Getty Images Plus)

“With a small-group capacity of up to 17 people, travelers will experience luxurious travel with boutique hotel stays and explore areas of California, Arizona, Utah and national parks. Americans that are not accessible to large groups.”

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On tours, guests travel in Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans with a trip director and driver.

Luxury vans are equipped with large seats, USB outlets and ports, TV screens, filtered water dispensers and generous overhead luggage space.

Insight Vacations has added new limited-edition Southern California itineraries – “California’s Vistas and Vineyards,” which explores Santa Monica, the Santa Ynez Valley, Channel Islands National Park, Ventura and Ojai, and “Southern California Joshua National Park,” featuring San Diego, Palm Springs and more.

The company also unveiled the “Iconic National Parks of Utah” itinerary, which visits Bryce Canyon, Monument Valley and Capitol Reef National Park.

Active Trafalgar small-group tour itineraries include “California Desert National Parks; “Yellowstone, The Tetons and Glacier National Park” and “Yosemite and Lassen Volcanic National Park Discovery”.

Other Trafalgar small-group tours include “California Coast Food and Wine Trail,” highlighting San Jose, Santa Cruz, Big Sur, and Paso Robles, and “Arizona Discovery and the Grand Canyon,” featuring Sedona, Scottsdale, and the Grand Canyon.

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