Cox & Kings, considered as one of the world’s biggest luxury travel brands, has launched its 2013-2014 Destination Journeys Brochures, eyeing to offer clients the opportunity to immerse themselves in any selected destination’s culture by participating in local festivals alongside the indigenous people.
Each of the Cox & Kings 2013-2014 Destination Journeys Brochures highlights a signature celebration and includes a calendar of festivals for every destination so travelers can take them into consideration when planning their trip. These trips include, among others, parading through the neighborhoods of Rio during Carnival to joining local villagers as masked dancers perform during the Thimphu festival in Bhutan,
One Cox & Kings’ “Dream Trip”, created by Asia Pacific destination manager Denise Gogarty was named to National Geographic Travelers “Top 50 Tours of a Lifetime”. Gogarty hosts clients in sponsoring and joining local village families in the rite of passage of the novitiate ceremony for young Buddhist monks at Inle Lake in Burma.
Cox & Kings will handcraft personalized itineraries that includes events and activities to matches the individual traveler’s personality.
With a history spanning more than 250 years, Cox & Kings was established in 1758 as an India custom travel outfitter. It now has 70 worldwide sales and marketing offices providing individual bespoke and tailored group experiences to exotic destinations like India and the subcontinent, Africa, the Middle East, Asia and the Pacific, Latin America and Antarctica, and Europe.