Kensington Tours Introduces New Stopover Itineraries

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Kensington Tours is now offering a new collection of customizable, privately guided itineraries: Designed around popular airline routing, the tour itineraries have been introduced to ease stopovers during multi-city travel.

“As new airline routings become available, an increasing number of clients are requesting land experiences designed around their ideal flight paths,” says Alison Hickey, president of Kensington Tours, in a written release. 

For instance, travelers to Southeast Asia can break up a long-haul flight with a stop in Singapore to enjoy three days cruising the Singapore River on a bumboat, discovering the city’s architecture and dining at Michelin-star hawker stands all with a local private guide. Alternatively, a personalized Southeast Asia itinerary with a stop in Seoul offers privately guided tours of the city’s Hongdae District and Changdeokgung Palace.

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For clients traveling to Indonesia and Africa, Kensington Tours offers stopover tour itineraries in Dubai. Tour offerings include privately guided historical tours of the city’s architecture and souks, 4x4 adventures in the dunes, as well as camel rides and dinner in the Arabian Desert.

Good to know: These new itineraries apply even if a traveler’s chosen airline doesn’t offer a special stopover program. Travelers can use the "multi-city" option when requesting a quote on an airline website.

In other related news, Kensington Tours recently launched four fully revamped itineraries in Turkey, making their Istanbul & Cappadocia Discovery tour another potential stopover journey for travelers.

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