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Titan Travel launches new-look worldwide brochure

Titan Travel launches new-look worldwide brochure

Titan Travel has revealed its latest Worldwide brochure with a completely new look and feel.

The first of the changes is the new brochure cover which has been rebranded under the name ‘Titan Travel’ and now features an updated logo which introduces the new strapline ‘inspiring travel’.

The 379-page brochure has also undergone a major re-design. It has built on the heritage of the brand and its values of expertise and attention to detail to create more compelling imagery with a unique series of visual montages on the introductory pages of each continent or region.

Each of the tours has also been redesigned with more visually inspiring content whilst maintaining the level of tour information that customers have come to expect.

In addition to its new look the brochure comprises 153 of the finest selection of escorted tours, cruises and short breaks to all four corners of the globe and includes a total of 17 brand new itineraries, making this one of Titan Travel’s most comprehensive and varied programmes ever, with a choice of overland and cross-border tours alongside some inspiring ocean and river cruises.

The brochure features a truly worldwide offering, with holidays covering every major landmass bar Antarctica.  Of all the world’s regions, North America has one of the widest choices of holidays including a total of six brand new itineraries across the USA and Canada.  One of the most exciting of these new itineraries is California Revealed: Gold, Wine and Coastline, a 16-day discovery of the Golden State. 

The tour combines the bright lights and city sights of Los Angeles and San Francisco with the majestic beauty of the great outdoors and visits to some of the state’s lesser-known attractions.  Highlights include the breathtaking natural scenery of Lake Tahoe and Big Sur, the Gold Rush heritage of Sacramento, the vineyards of the Sonoma Valley and a visit to the Queen Mary, the retired Art Deco steamship that’s now permanently docked in Long Beach.  The tour also takes in two of America’s most famous National Parks - Yosemite, with its dramatic mountain scenery; and Sequoia, home to five of the world’s largest trees including the tallest of all, the iconic General Sherman.  There are five possible departures for this holiday in 2012, costing from £2,095 per person.

There are more iconic experiences to be found in the southern hemisphere, where another all-new tour takes holidaymakers deep into the heart of Sensational South Africa in search of wildlife, wine and the wonders of Cape Town. 

This 14-day journey of discovery incorporates three of the Rainbow Nation’s most outstanding attractions: Kruger National Park, the scenic Garden Route and the undeniable wow-factor of Cape Town itself.  With its superb mix of city and safari, this great-value itinerary provides the perfect introduction to the country in all its remarkable diversity. 

The adventure begins with a three-night stay in the Kruger, with an included game drive to spot some of the park’s 150 mammal species. From here, the tour moves on to Port Elizabeth, starting point for a journey along the Garden Route.  This scenic road hugs the glorious Cape coastline and offers the opportunity to spot more wildlife and relax in the peaceful resort of Knysna before continuing to Cape Town for a four-night stay filled with included and optional excursions to uncover the secrets of the city. 

There are ten possible departure dates in 2012, with the next available departure being 17 November 2011.  Prices start from £2,595 per person.

The greatest number of new itineraries is found in Europe, with nine new options across the continent including tours in central Europe, the Mediterranean and Scandinavian regions. 

Those looking for a winter escape might be tempted by an all-new tour in search of The Wonder of the Northern Lights.  This six-day cruise-and-stay itinerary begins in Tromso in the Norwegian Arctic and continues aboard a Hurtigruten cruise ship along the frozen coastline to discover remote communities, dramatic fjords and (with luck) the awe-inspiring sight of the Aurora Borealis. 

Sightings, of course, can never be guaranteed, but as the entire experience takes place well within the Arctic Circle, the tour maximises the possibility of witnessing this incredible natural phenomenon and its ever-changing display of colourful lights dancing across the night sky.  The tour is available in January 2012, with a choice of three departures costing from £1,345 per person. 

Not only does the 2012 Worldwide brochure contain a range of new itineraries, it also features two European countries - Cyprus and Bulgaria - that have been introduced to the Titan Travel programme for the first time. 

Cyprus, the legendary home of Aphrodite, goddess of love, is well known for its coastal resorts - but few visitors venture beyond the beaches to uncover the incredible sights of the island’s interior. 

Such sights are the focus of Titan’s new itinerary that explores the Contrasts of Cyprus.  This 9-day tour of the Mediterranean’s third-largest island takes in all the highlights including classical sites, ancient cities, rugged mountains and the famously divided capital of Nicosia.  Of particular interest is the opportunity to discover three millennia of history through various Roman, Byzantine and medieval relics, plus the excursion into the Troodos Mountains to see historic monasteries and far-reaching views across the entire island.  There are six possible departure dates in 2012, with prices from £1,545 per person.  Also appearing in the Worldwide brochure for the first time is the Black Sea country of Bulgaria. 

Fully emerged from behind the Iron Curtain, the country offers scenic beauty, age-old traditions and significant sites of historic and cultural interest - all of which are included in Titan’s 8-day adventure into Undiscovered Bulgaria.

Despite its current status as one of the hottest destinations in European travel, Bulgaria nevertheless remains refreshingly free of tourist crowds, lending the country an inherent charm that makes it feel so thrillingly different.  The 8-day itinerary covers all the major highlights and costs from £995 per person.

Commenting on the brochure, Marketing Director, Dan Whitehouse, said, “As always, our Worldwide programme contains an incredible range of inspiring itineraries supported by Titan’s unwavering commitment to service and value for money. 

“What’s more, our new visual identity and beautifully-designed, picture-led brochure provide a contemporary update on our highly successful, tried-and-tested formula. 

“I believe that the new-look brochure perfectly captures the spirit of discovery, making it a powerful tool that should both enthuse customers and inspire them to book now and travel the world with us.”