Sometimes you’re not just looking to travel, but you have plans to attend a major event, and you want to build your vacation around that. AffordableTours.com has some options for you to book a vacation that let you travel to a number of special events that happen annually. Read on for some examples of the kinds of tours we offer and the events we can take you to.
While AffordableTours.com is known for providing quality cruises at affordable prices (hey, it’s right there in the name), we also partner with deluxe and high-end travel companies to offer their levels of luxury at a price more in line for the average person. Tauck, one of these companies, has some special events planned for 2014 that may interest you.
Multi-year âEarth Journeysâ Partnership Will Enhance and Expand Tauckâs Collection of Safaris and Other Nature-Themed Itineraries
NORWALK, CT Tauck, the world-leader in guided, premium quality land journeys and cruises, has entered into an exclusive, multi-year partnership with BBC Earth to bring the expertise and perspectives of BBC wildlife filmmakers to Tauckâs itineraries offering travelers the opportunity to explore the natural world. The BBC is the worldâs leading producer of highly acclaimed, award-winning natural history documentaries, such as Planet Earth, Frozen Planet, Life and The Blue Planet. Those series and other BBC productions have reached over 500 million people in over 180 countries worldwide to date.Continue reading
Last summer I had the great fortune to travel to San Francisco, Sequoia National Park, Kings Canyon and Yosemite National Park on an itinerary crafted by Tauck and the great documentary film director, Ken Burns. The tour introduces travelers to the history of the U.S. National Parks, as well as the early battles and current efforts to create, save and expand the National Park system. We walked in the footsteps of naturalist and conservationist John Muir, who helped to preserve large tracts of California wilderness.Continue reading
Small ship cruising with Tauck is a wonderful way to explore the Central American countries of Panama and Costa Rica. We spent time on land â including two nights each in Panama City and San Jose â but most exciting was our six-night voyage aboard the recently renovated m/v Tere Moana. Carrying a maximum of 90 passengers and a crew of 60, the ship sometimes felt as if it felt as if we were on our very own yacht. The crew was extremely attentive, and we loved the elegant ambiance, roomy accommodations and gourmet dining.