Niquesa Travel is announcing its spring itineraries, all focused around driving. The company says its signature journeys have been designed to showcase the best of incredible landscapes and highlight some of the world’s best cars. Itineraries for this spring include:
Supercar Ultimate Drive – The Cotswolds, U.K.
This four-day-long weekend in the English countryside offers travelers the chance to drive a McLaren Spider alongside a backdrop that includes the Blenheim Palace. Travelers receive access to the Duke’s private apartments, followed by lunch in the Orangery managed by the Duke’s Butler. They then follow a scenic route to Dormy House to meet The Grand Tour's new female racing driver Abbie Eaton. Eaton will discuss her experiences and showcase the potential of a supercar.
The Rolls-Royce Highland Fling – Scottish Highlands, U.K.
Experience an expedition around the Scottish Highlands on this five-day journey. Travelers explore the Scottish Highlands and taste top whiskeys at Dalmore Distillery, dine on Highland Wagyu beef at Blackford Farm, and set out on a fishing trip on the Gleneagles’ trout lochs. Afterwards, guests can play golf at The Duke’s Course with a professional on hand to offer expert advice. Finish the trip with a dinner in the company of a Rolls-Royce director.
Sunsets & Soft-Tops – West Coast, U.S.A.
On this 11-night American road trip, guests will journey 500 miles from San Francisco to Santa Monica through beaches, cities and other hidden gems. Eco-raft with a marine biologist in Monterey Bay, float over the vineyards of Napa Valley in a hot air balloon, take a surf lesson with a professional in Santa Barbara, sail America’s Cup yachts in San Francisco Bay, create sand pictures with beach artist Andres Amador, hike the Big Sur and access to some of Hollywood’s invitation-only events.
In other Niquesa Travel news, the company has recently launched Vinotherapy programs. While on these expeditions, travelers can utilize the 24/7 service of a Niquesa personal assistant who can assist them ahead of departure and during each expedition.