A&K Small-Group Journeys
While they can take you nearly anywhere in the world you want to go, A&K small-group journeys offer the same great benefits: the leadership of a Resident Tour Director®, who guides the journey from start to finish with help from specialist local guides; unparalleled insider-access experiences, courtesy of our longstanding local connections; and the support of our network of over 55 offices in more than 30 countries. With itineraries on six continents ranging from luxury journeys to family adventures, A&K’s small-group journeys offer something for everyone.
Tauck Land Journeys
Tauck Land Journeys land tours connect people to places around the world offering guided sightseeing adventures filled with in-depth cultural exploration in North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. Like all Tauck trips, their small group travel tours unfold seamlessly with their 90+ years’ experience guiding trips around the world. You’ll enjoy insider access and unique experiences. You’ll see the world’s highlights at the best times of day and go off the beaten path to discover the hidden gems. Tauck Directors, the industry’s best tour directors, will accompany you on your journey from start to finish, taking care of the details and making sure you have the time of your life.
Luxury Gold Groups
Each standard Luxury Gold journey has an average of just 30 guests and a maximum size of 40. Explore the world in a small group of like-minded new friends and enjoy more personal service from your Traveling Concierge. Journey by legendary trains, boutique river cruise ships, safari vehicles or our luxurious motor coaches, customized with double the standard legroom. If you are looking for an even more intimate travel experience, their Special Small Group Departures are limited to a maximum of 24 people.
Each journey includes exclusive VIP experiences unique to Luxury Gold. You’ll experience incredible people renowned within their specialist fields. You’ll have exclusive access to famous landmarks not open to the general public and have access to "sold out" tickets to cultural events, many of which are near-impossible to access as an any independent traveler.