Cox & Kings unveils 2022-23 Worldwide Brochure

Group touring specialist Cox & Kings has included the US for the first time in its 2022-23 Worldwide Brochure.

The brochure covers departures to the end of 2023 and includes some of the company’s favourite trips along with the new tours, with groups limited to 14 guests.

There are dedicated group tours for solo travellers, expert-led arts and culture tours, luxury train journeys and river cruises available.

Cox & Kings’ first US addition to its collection includes a Journey through the American Deep South Group Tour, a Canyons & Parks of the American West itinerary and a California’s Golden Coast trip.

A refreshed collection of Africa tours has been developed, with an Egypt Nile cruise and trips to South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Tanzania available. C&K has also added a Colours of Kyrgyzstan tour.

The operator has included Spotlight Tours to Morocco, Georgia and Umbria on the back of its recently-launched European Spotlight Tours earlier in 2021.

Solo options have been included in the brochure, following a rise in solo travel seen by the operator. In September 2021, almost half of all trips sold by Cox & Kings were for solo travellers.

Firm favourites included in the brochure include Cox & Kings’ tours to India and South America.

Cox & Kings’ Book with Confidence policy allows guests to make changes to their holiday up to 15 days before you travel should the unexpected occur. Deposits start from £100 per person for short-haul destinations (Europe and Middle East) and £150 per person for long-haul for all bookings due to depart before December 31, 2023.

Private journeys and tailor-made holidays booked by November 30, 2021 for travel through to December 31, 2023, can be confirmed for a £300 deposit per person

Cox & Kings is offering travel agents a Love2shop voucher for each booking made. There are savings of up to £300pp on selected tours.

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