Publish Time：2023-11-15 16:32:01Source：NI Travel News
【Introduction】：The leading global leisure and travel company has launched its biggest ever tours program for summer 2025, with 56 TUI Tours on offer, including new tours in destinations such as Kenya and Crete.
The leading global leisure and travel company has launched its biggest ever tours program for summer 2025, with 56 TUI Tours on offer, including new tours in destinations such as Kenya and Crete.
On sale now, TUI Tours will be offered in 22 destinations in summer 2025, with 4, 7, 10, 11, 14 and 21 night stays available through TUI's growing airline partnerships. Local guides, authentic experiences and flexible options will be offered including guided group tours, private tours, and self-drive tours, catering to different preferences.
TUI's Commercial Director Philip Iveson said: "Our expertise across the globe means we have the best people on the ground delivering incredible tours experiences, with variety to suit different travellers. In particular, our flying option with trusted partners means even more flexibility for our customers, with more durations and more airports to choose from across the UK. Guided, private or self-drive options mean people can decide what caters to their needs. We know there is demand for tour experiences without the fuss, that's why we sort everything, including flights, hotels, transfers and even tickets".
Summer 2025 will see the addition of a new Highlights of Kenya Tour, which takes customers on a magical 11-night journey in search of the Big 5, with stunning views of Mount Kilimanjaro and an overnight stay in a stilted lodge.
The new seven-night Incredible Crete tour is also sure to be a crowd pleaser, with a 4X4 adventure drive and a visit to Konossos Palace.
In addition, TUI will be offering 98 multi-centre holidays giving customers more choice than ever before in destinations such as Jamica, Mexico and Thailand.
In Thailand, customers could spend four nights in the city of Bangkok before heading to Kao Lack for three nights to relax by the beach.
TUI's Commercial Director Philip Iveson says: "We have seen strong appetite for multicentre holidays with TUI and we certainly expect it to increase. Customers wanting to make the most of their longer haul holidays can sample one or two destinations instead of staying put in one location. For example, they could combine a multi-day guided tour in Vietnam and then spend the rest of their holiday relaxing at a beachfront hotel, or they could experience a driving holiday on the Florida coast".