Cox & Kings Introduces Smaller Group Tours

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Luxury travel brand Cox & Kings is releasing a more intimate excursion package. In honor of the company's 260th anniversary, Luxury Small Group Journeys is set to launch this fall with an inaugural set of destinations including Peru, Morocco, Japan, China, Spain & Portugal, South Africa and India. These are designed by the company’s Destination Specialists. The company says these tours were created with the same resolution as the individual ones.

The full calendar of journeys is set to come in 2019, with some departures scheduled through 2020. And for the first time, cruise-goers will be able to book their journeys online. Prices start at $5,295 for each person and are guaranteed to run with a minimum of two travelers. Groups will average at 18 people and max out at 24.

Cox & Kings says choosing these destinations was based on where the company sees its strongest demand. The 9-15-day itineraries are available to view online.

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Cox & Kings has operated for more than 250 years, and it started in 1758 as an India custom travel outfitter. The company supports several philanthropic efforts around the world and supports Tourism Cares: a nonprofit charity of the tourism and travel industry. Cox & Kings, The Americas, is a member of the collective of brands under the global Cox & Kings umbrella.

For more information, visit http://coxandkingsusa.com/

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