Small-group tours have never been so sought after and now the Small Group Touring Co. is redefining this version of the guided holiday by adding more inclusions, bespoke experiences, and new tours in 2020.

You’ve heard that old saying “good things come in small packages”. Think diamonds, truffles, and those petite pots of eau de parfum.

Now we can add travel to that distinguished list with holidaymakers discovering the delights of small-group tours.

The perks speak for themselves really… access to locations out of bounds to big bands of tourists, less time waiting around, and more minutes to chinwag with guides.

For the Small Group Touring Co. – a new division of Bunnik Travel Group – it’s about diving into a destination to bond with people and place.



Leading groups of 12 to 18 guests to destinations from Africa to Asia and Europe to the Americas, the Small Group Touring Co amplify the small-group experience by adding more to every excursion.

First up, there are more inclusions.

Everything from entrance fees and breakfast to distinctive dining opportunities and gratuities are included in the up-front cost to eliminate the last-minute charges that pressure a holiday budget.

And then there’s Small Group Touring Co. innovative Small Connections. These experiences – like dinner under the stars in the Maasai Mara or a cooking class on a Cusco rooftop – are off limits to large groups and have been crafted to inject insights into a destination’s culture and customs.



Small Group Touring Co. has just released its 2020 tours – check out the magazine here to see the set.

Picturesque villages in Blighty’s south-west corner are the focus of Southern England Highlights with a guided walk with the Dartmoor Pony National Trust just one of the Small Connections on offer.

Across the Channel there’s a round-trip route from Paris plotted in Best of Northern France that rosters stops in Normandy, Brittany and the Loire Valley.

Sightseeing includes chateau calls and D-Day history with a gastronomic stroll around Paris to sample famous French flavours one of the delicious Small Connections.

And the Small Connections for those joining Treasures of Portugal – a circuit traversing Europe’s hidden gem from Porto to Lisbon – include a tile-painting workshop in Ovar and visit to family-owned winery that’s been in business since the 1870s.



There’s never been a better time to book with Small Group Touring Co.

The Bunnik Travel Group is planning the 2019 mega famil to Sri Lanka, and making a client booking with Small Group Touring Co. is a step towards snagging one of the 45 invites on offer to Aussie agents.

To pluck a place register here, complete the online training module, and arrange for clients to do any Small Group Touring Co. or Bunnik Tours’ itinerary before August 15.

Sold on the Small Group Touring Co.? Learn more about the brand and its 2020 product, download the magazine or give the team a tinkle on 1800 865 285.




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