- Small Group Tour Holidays
Smaller groups for a more immersive experience...
When exploring new and exciting worldwide destinations, there are many advantages to travelling as part of a smaller tour group. For a start, you will enjoy a more intimate and sociable atmosphere on your holiday, and you may well find that your like-minded fellow travellers will soon become your firm friends. In addition, it is much easier for smaller groups to meet local people in more personal and informal settings and to experience rewarding off-the-beaten-track destinations and activities that would be impractical for large tour groups. Titan offers a selection of tours where groups are limited to a maximum of 20 travellers*, including South Africa Safari Adventure, Temples and Villages of Burma and Scenic and Cultural Treasures of Ethiopia.
Scenic and Cultural Treasures of Ethiopia
“Tourism in Ethiopia is still in its infancy and when creating the tour it was important to me that our groups were not too overwhelming for the local people, but at the same time had the chance to interact with them. Considering this, our Ethiopia tours will have a limited group size of just 16, ensuring travellers get a genuine and immersive experience of this fascinating country”. – Phil Ellis, Product Manager.
South African Safari Adventure
"Our South Africa Safari Adventure was purposely designed for small group touring as we wanted to utilise the fabulous array of intimate lodges and camps which encompass the wildlife rich lands in and around Kruger National Park. By limiting passenger numbers on this tour it also allows for groups to partake in more tailored experiences such as walking safaris and a visit to the fascinating UNESCO Word Heritage Site of Mapungubwe" - Phil Ellis, Product Manager
Battlefields of KwaZulu Natal
"Our Battlefields of KwaZulu Natal certainly comes from a specialist interest approach and we wanted to ensure our clients could fully immerse themselves with the cultural and historical heartland of South Africa. Our journey travels through stunning scenery and mountain passes which staying in some quaint country lodges which can only be reached in smaller vehicles" - Phil Ellis, Product Manager
Tracks of AfricaSouthern Africa is home to some of the world’s most beautiful scenery, natural wonders, fascinating history and incredible wildlife. Join us and discover all these highlights in one truly epic journey from the beautiful Garden Route to Cape Town and enjoy a luxurious train journey aboard Rovos Rail’s Pride of Africa across vast panoramas, gold-mining towns and rugged mountains to Pretoria.
The Okavango Delta and Chobe SafariWhy experience just one natural wonder on your next holiday, when you can experience two? This exceptional itinerary, reworked for 2017, is bookended with genuine icons of world travel. It begins with an appreciation of thunderous Victoria Falls, which has captivated European visitors for more than a century and a half, and concludes with a lengthy stay in the heart of the Okavango Delta, a pristine wetland paradise vibrant with exotic wildlife, including all of the ‘big five’.
Wild Plains of TanzaniaJoin us on this exceptional small group holiday to enjoy excellent lodge stays, 4x4 safari drives and the insight of the country’s most knowledgeable and experienced rangers.
The Best of Burma
Compared to neighbouring Southeast Asian countries, Burma remains a relatively undeveloped, off-the-beaten track destination, but that’s all part of the adventure! From faded colonial-era architecture and exotic pagodas to temples rivaling Angkor Wat in mystery and antiquity, travelling to Burma on one of our small group tours is the ultimate way to experience traditional village life and pristine jungle landscapes.
Temples and Villages of Burma
Set sail for a unique cruise upon the Burmese waters that have been an essential part of local life for millennia. Circle impenetrable mountain ranges, lined with remarkable ancient temples and monasteries. Combine this perfectly with time in Yangon and the beautiful Inle Lake, to balance the gentle village life with the city bustle of this spiritual country.
Essential BurmaExplore the exotic land of Burma on this superb 11-day adventure, and experience the highlights of this intriguing country as it begins to open up to international visitors.
In the Foothills of the Himalaya
"The only way to traverse through the narrow and picturesque Himalayan mountain passes in any comfort is in smaller vehicles and for that reason our groups are caped at a maximum of 24 passengers. By creating this as a small group tour it has also enabled Titan Travel to secure tickets for the closing of the border ceremony between India and Pakistan which is just packed with enjoyable pomp and pageantry" - Phil Ellis, Product Manager
An Amazon AdventureThe Amazon remains one of the world’s least explored - yet much desired - regions, with its vast untouched rainforests teaming with indigenous wildlife, flora and fauna. There are very few river vessels of the right proportions to host groups of interested travellers and we are, therefore, very pleased to have secured space on the Manatee Amazon Explorer to discover, as part of a small group, the Ecuadorian Amazon on the Coca and Napo rivers.
Contrasts of ColombiaPreviously unseen by many, Colombia’s popularity is rising, not least because of its array of contrasting regions that provide a wonderful mix of experiences. Join a great adventure to explore beautiful places, concluding in the UNESCO-listed Cartagena, learning of life in the country’s most beautiful regions as you go.
Equador and the Galapagos IslandsA land once ruled by the Inca, with a rich native Amerindian and Spanish colonial heritage, snow-capped volcanic peaks, dense Amazonian jungle and Andean highlands, Ecuador is one of South America’s most exciting and rewarding destinations. Our Ecuadorian tour is followed with a four-night cruise through the incomparable Galapagos Islands, which hold a pivotal place in the history of science.
*Please note that our small group tours usually consist of 20 people or less, however it is possible that group sizes may increase to a maximum of 25 people on our Burma and 'Foothills of the Himalayas' itineraries.