Butterfield & Robinson Adds 21 New Trips in 2018

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Active travel company Butterfield & Robinson has announced it will add 21 new trips to its collection in 2019. The group introduced new biking, active, walking and family trips across 14 countries.

Butterfield & Robinson will offer six new walking trips, five of which will be six-day journeys and one will be eight days. The new packages include a Puglia to Matera trip in Italy, as well as Devon and Cornwall package and Cotswolds trip in England. Other walking trips will visit New Zealand, Romania and Sardinia.

The travel company introduced four new family adventure trips. These will guide guests through Switzerland, the Galapagos, Peru and Morocco. The new family tours range from six to nine days.

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In 2019, travelers will be able to choose from five new biking trips. They will have the opportunity to cycle in Napa and Sonoma in California; in Cotswold or Devon and Cornwall in England; and in Sardinia or from Verona to Venice in Italy. Each trip is either five or six days long.

Butterfield & Robinson added six new active expedition options. In the United States, travelers can choose the Rocky Mountain Winter Expedition, Oahu Active Expedition or the Alaska Active Expedition. In South America, the company offers travel to Uruguay, as well as to Argentina, Chile and Patagonia through the Lakes & Volcanoes Active Expedition. The company’s last new offering is the Burgundy Experience in France. These trips last from five to eight days.

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