Exodus Travels has added more than 85 new self-guided itineraries to its adventure portfolio this year, ideal for active travellers who love to explore independently, but simply don’t have the time to plan their route, search for the best hotels and ensure they make the most out of the destination’s history, culture, cuisine and great outdoors.
“Over the last year, we’ve noticed a rise in the demand for self-guided adventures and have launched more trips for independent travellers to explore Europe’s most classic trails and lesser known paths,” says Robin Brooks, marketing and PR Manager. “Each itinerary has been personally tested by Exodus’ experts, which means globetrotters are free to take the lead and determine where they want to go and what they want to see with comprehensive route directions in hand. Exodus provides the best recommendations for unique places to stay – like historic castles, manors and farmhouses – delicious local lunch and rest spots, top-notch wineries, and excursion highlights, to help explore special places of interest and little-known gems.”
Each self-guided itinerary is ideal for couples, groups of friends and families, and includes elegant and historic properties, detailed excursion routes, restaurant recommendations, support through Exodus’ local offices, 24-hour emergency access, and luggage transport.
New self-guided adventures include “Ireland: Connemara Trails and Island Walk,” “Portugal: Walking Portugal’s Land’s End,” “Malta: Walking on Gozo – Calypso’s Isle,” “Italy: Barolo Gastronomic Cycling – Premium,” “France, Wine Villages of Alsace Cycling” and “Austria, Austrian Lakes Cycling.”