IsramWorld Adds Small Luxury Group Departures

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The IsramWorld Portfolio of Brands is adding Small Luxury Group Departures to its product lines. These small groups will have no more than 16 travelers. The 2016 departures include trips to India, China, Peru, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Austria, Argentina, Chile and Uruguay.

"Our new series of small luxury group departures provides our travelers with intimate luxury travel experiences, allowing for unparalleled insider access, seamless connections and enhanced amenities," says Richard Krieger, president of the Isramworld Portfolio of Brands. Krieger adds, "Our small group tours have been specially designed for travelers looking for affordable luxury and the opportunity to share meaningful cultural experiences with like-minded travelers."

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Guests will have cooking classes with locals in Delhi, a lunch restored hacienda in Peru’s Sacred Valley of the Incas and a visit to a 900-year-old Klosterneuburg Monastery.

This year, IsramWorld Portfolio of Brands is celebrating its 49th anniversary. To book, email [email protected]. Travelers can visit Egypt, Jordan, The Middle East, Europe, Asia, Central and South America, Cuba and Africa

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