AITO: The Association of Independent Tour Operators

Undiscovered Destinations NEW brochure

20 Dec 2013 - Undiscovered Destinations launches a new 2014/15 brochure, with unique destinations for discerning travellers include Haiti, Somaliland and the Congo.

Specialist tour operator Undiscovered Destinations has launched its latest brochure. Brimming with exciting small group tours, the new brochure features a number of new destinations as well as tweaks to the existing tours to ensure an even better experience.

In Burma, the small group tour has changed to take in some of lesser visited hill tribe regions around Hsipaw in light of rapidly increasing numbers to the country and in Ethiopia the Omo Valley tour now visits the incredible Bale Mountains National Park, home to the critically endangered Ethiopian Wolf.

On the back of high demand for the Soul of the Sahara trip in Chad, Undiscovered Destinations are now offering an even more pioneering expedition to the Tibesti Mountains, long out of reach to even the most intrepid traveller. This is possibly the Sahara’s final frontier and an adventure not to be missed.

For wildlife lovers the Guyana Nature Experience will be hard to beat. This is a country with pristine rainforest harbouring an incredible range of biodiversity. Although never guaranteed, sightings of the elusive Jaguar are a real possibility.

And for those with a passion for the majesty of the high peaks then look no further than the Pamir Highway in Central Asia. On this true adventure you will cross high mountain passes with views that will take your breath away. This is truly a wild and untamed land waiting to be explored.

In addition to our growing range of group tours, many with guaranteed departure dates for next year, we continue to offer our popular tailor-made service.

For further information or to request a copy of the new brochure, please call 0191 296 2674 or visit

Ends. 20 December 2013

Press: Please contact Aled Evans at Undiscovered Destinations 0191 296 2676 or email

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