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Luxury travel could mean staying a five-star hotel in Europe, a beautiful resort on the Indian Ocean, or a luxurious tented campground on an African safari. It could mean traveling aboard a specially outfitted train, a deluxe river or small cruise ship or even by bicycle, as long as meals, lodging and support is top notch. Many tour operators offer luxury group tours or will plan one exactly to your specifications.
Luxury doesn’t have apply just to the accommodation style. It also means high caliber, exclusive tour experiences, such as an after hours tour of the Vatican or a wine tasting in Burgundy hosted by the winemaker himself. These types of tours are an amazing way to get some one-on-one time with experts in their fields, ask questions, and gain insight into some of the worlds most impressive sights you might otherwise miss if surrounded by crowds.
Accommodation is one of the largest considerations on a luxury tour. While many budget or mid-range tours tend to opt for a basic style, luxury tours take their accommodation seriously. From beachside resorts to glamping, luxury accommodation is something to write home about.
Feel the timelessness of Europe in a villa getaway. Nothing beats waking up to rolling hills of vineyards and roaming the rustic grounds. Feel like a local as visit nearby markets for fresh produce, and enjoy watching the world go by as you lingering over a coffee in a classic European cafe.
Beach resorts are some of the most popular luxury getaways. Take a dip in crystal clear blue water, and enjoy lounging in the shade, feeling the warm breeze on a private stretch of beach.
The relatively new concept of “glamping,” that is luxury camping, it’s actually quite a great way to be close with nature without having to rough it. And glamping destinations are becoming increasingly popular. Get the best of both worlds.