Exodus Expands “Premium Adventures” Based on Popular Demand

Exodus Travels is expanding its “Premium Adventures” program. The tour operator has added 12 new trips to its 30-trip collection in response to increased consumer demand. These trips include the addition of a number of extras, including unique, premium accommodations, front-of-the-line access and exclusive experiences. Besides, all “Premium Adventures” put nature first by reducing the carbon footprint and supporting conservation efforts and rewilding projects in the destinations visited.

As part of the launch of these new trips, Exodus is offering travel advisors the opportunity to experience first-hand the “Premium” difference through a FAM trip from September 7–11. Qualified professionals will take part in Exodus’ nine-day “Kingdoms of Jordan – Premium Adventure,” which explores Petra, Wadi Rum, the Red Sea and the Dead Sea.

Some of the new trips include:

  • Trails & Treasures of the Amalfi Coast - Premium Adventure” – This seven-day trip begins in Naples before traveling south to Mount Vesuvius and Pompeii. Upon reaching the Amalfi Coast, travelers stay at properties in Cetara and Amalfi, enjoying scenic walks and a full-day trip to the island of Capri
  • Cycle Champagne & Burgundy - Premium Adventure” – Starting in Reims and ending in Beaune, travelers embark on a cycling adventure, taking in vineyards, wine villages and a host of cultural treasures. They can also enjoy tours of wine estates and sample the local produce. 
  • Treasures of Morocco - Premium Adventure” – Travelers will visit Casablanca, Fez and Marrakech, and journey into the Sahara, where they will navigate dunes on camelback and stargaze around a campfire. The trip also includes village visits, kasbah tours, lunch with an Amazigh family, and a hammam session. Accommodations include traditional riads, an ecolodge and a luxury desert camp.
  • Andalucía Highlights Walk - Premium Adventure” – Travelers discover Córdoba and Seville on this cultural adventure in southern Spain. Popular landmarks, tapas bars, flamenco performances, cliff-hugging walkways and gorge-spanning bridges are all part of the experience. The trip starts in the mountaintop town of Ronda, followed by easy walks through the countryside, into villages, and along the El Caminito del Rey cliffside pathway. In Córdoba and Seville, participants will tour cathedrals, visit historic neighborhoods, and learn about the local culture. 

For more information, and to apply for the September FAM trip, visit www.exodustravels.com.

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