Greenloons' Expands European Green Vacation Collection

Island Kastri and ruins on Kos, Greece
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Global ecotourism concierge Greenloons is expanding its green vacation collection by adding responsible travel experiences to popular family destinations, Scotland and Greece, allowing vacationers to enjoy the best of the regions' historical sites, ecosystems, cuisine and culture.

Greenloons recommends four family-friendly and green vacation experiences for those travelers and their children who seek to have unforgettable responsible travel journeys to iconic destinations that respect the world, its cultures and the future. These select journeys offer families an opportunity to gain instruction about indigenous wildlife and local folklore, participate in cycling and hiking activities as well as cooking classes, visit archaeological sites and monuments, stay at distinctive lodgings and immerse them in the local culture.

Greek Luxury Culinary & Culture Adventure” is a guided and fully customizable luxury tour that features the spectacular islands of Naxos, Delos, Mykonos and Santorini. Guests will learn about the islands’ history, sites, music, architecture and sense of adventure, as well as participate in language and cooking classes, and visit organic farms and wineries. Active travelers will also enjoy the various biking, hiking and diving activities while others enjoy yoga, massage, and plenty of relaxation. This will be for 10 days, with flexible departures, priced from $2,400 per person including accommodations, most meals, island transport, activities and bilingual guide.

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Scotland Railway Adventure Tour” allows travelers to see the whole of Scotland in the most comfortable and flexible way possible via a journey by train. This unique trip loops from Edinburgh and continues through Glasgow, Crianlarich, Mallaig, Skye and Pitlochry. Along the way, guests will have an insider's guide to the best hiking and canoeing trails, shopping, swimming and culinary delights. Options include a self-guided itinerary or fully guided tour. This is for nine days, with flexible departures, priced from $1,650 per person including accommodations, most meals, all transport including airport transfers and activities.

Scotland Highlands Family Adventure” is a lodge-based vacation that offers the best of Scotland’s fun filled activities including biking, hiking, fishing and wildlife watching. Guests will visit Loch Ness, Urquhart Castle and Beinn Eighe Nature Reserve along with participating in other family-friendly traditions. This is for seven days, with flexible departures, priced from $1,295 per person based on four person minimum including accommodation, all meals, entrance fees for attractions, bicycles, transfers and guide.

“Scotland Highlands Safari” is a safari for those travelers who want a change of scenery with a very soft landing each night. This fully customizable trip through the Scottish Highlands where the River Tummel flows to the Tay and guests can walk and cycle their way through the surrounding hills and forests by day and by night, relax and dine at a traditional large country house that was once a hydropathic center in Victorian times. This is for three days, with flexible departures, priced from $495 per person including accommodation, breakfasts, picnic lunch, activities and high-quality bicycle.

In addition to being a 2013 recipient of National Geographic Traveler magazine's "50 Tours of a Lifetime", Greenloons is an advocate of social empowerment, financial viability and environmental preservation connecting travelers with eco-certified travel experiences all over the world.

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