Cox & Kings Launches a New Collection
of Group Tours for Single Travellers

The world’s longest established travel company, Cox & Kings, has introduced a new range of small-group tours designed especially for single travellers. Featuring many of Cox & Kings’ most popular destinations, these tours enable single travellers to explore spectacular parts of the world in style, with complete peace of mind and in the company of like-minded people.

Russia - A Singles Destination Image Cox & Kings

Cox & Kings’ Single Travellers tours lead in from £1,245 per person for a 7-day tour to Turkey, which stays in 4- & 5-star accommodation throughout. Nigel Hosking, head of product at Cox & Kings says, “I am delighted to be introducing this new collection of tours. Our tours have always attracted a good number of single travellers and we are aware that for many people, travelling with other like-minded single people is a particular pleasure. Our aim in creating these tours is to offer the opportunity to discover extraordinary places in style, at sensible prices, in good company and with complete peace of mind.”

The tours have no single supplements and accommodation is based on the single occupancy of twin or double rooms in hotels that offer sensible prices for single travellers. Every tour includes a welcome dinner to allow travellers to get to know each other, and a farewell dinner at the end. Experienced tour managers will accompany the groups throughout, supported by local guides and drivers.

The 2014 Collection

Russia * Turkey * Morocco * Jordan * Uzbekistan * India * Sri Lanka * China * Burma  * Vietnam * Peru * Costa Rica * Cuba * South Africa

Go to www.coxandkings.co.uk/single-travellers for the full programme.

Reservations 020 7873 5000 / www.coxandkings.co.uk

Cox & Kings

Cox & Kings is the world’s longest established travel company. Its history stretches back more than 250 years to 1758 when Richard Cox was appointed regimental agent to the Footguards (later the Grenadier Guards). The company’s fortunes grew hand in hand with the British empire and by the early 20th century the company was acting as agent and banker throughout the armed forces and as a shipping agent. In 1922 Cox & Co merged with the Henry S King bank, which had strong connections with India. The bank became part of Lloyds and the shipping agency grew separately, evolving into the modern travel company.

Today, built on the high quality service and attention to detail established by Richard Cox in the 18th century, the company continues to flourish as an independent tour operator, with operations in London, the US, Japan, Australia and throughout India. Cox & Kings organises escorted small-group tours and private tailor-made travel in the Indian Subcontinent, Latin America, the Middle East, the Far East, Africa, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific, and the Caribbean.

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