Globus unveils new independent tours in Asia

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    The leading coach touring brand, Globus, part of the Globus family of brands (GFOB), proudly unveils nine new independent tour in Asia for 2025.

    No other international tour operator has the depth and travel styles Globus offers with its ‘Independent City Stays’ featuring some of Asia’s most spectacular cities and ‘Independent Tours’ offering travellers more featured destinations and countries.

    They also offer personal “pinch me” moments, designed to help guests cure their curiosities and explore their passions. These independent itineraries provide a robust list of hand-selected optional excursions to enhance their getaways as well as seamless extensions and destination add-ons to keep the adventure going.

    New 2025 independent Asia tours

    • Bali Explorer (5 days)
    • Bangkok and Chiang Mai (7 days)
    • Bangkok with Chiang Mai and Phuket (10 days)
    • India and Nepal: The Golden Triangle and Kathmandu (11 days)
    • India: The Golden Triangle with Dubai (11 days)
    • India and Nepal with Dubai: The Golden Triangle, Kathmandu and Dubai (14 days)
    • Singapore and Bangkok (7 days)
    • Singapore and Bali (8 days)
    • Dubai and Abu Dhabi (6 days)

    Head of Marketing Asia Pacific at Globus family of brands, Chris Fundell, said: “With Globus Independent tours, our guests are free to enjoy the many benefits of touring, untethered and unscheduled. Providing hand-picked hotel accommodations, hand-selected optional excursions and the services of a Local Host – an expert dedicated to ensuring the trip goes off without a hitch – this unique travel style helps guests to uncover the perfect ways to spend their days on holiday. Globus Independent tours invite travellers to simply travel better – with ease – as they explore destinations across the globe.”

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