Butterfield & Robinson’s huge collection of new trips for 2019

Butterfield & Robinson New Zealand Walking

Butterfield & Robinson New Zealand Walking

Butterfield & Robinson’s huge collection of new trips for 2019

Butterfield & Robinson, the world’s premier active travel company, has announced its largest collection of new trips for 2019, including 21 new biking, walking, active expedition and family trips. With new biking and active expedition trips across four continents, as well as six new walking trips and four family adventures to round out next year’s offering, B&R strengthens its portfolio across four active travel categories, and has designed luxury travel itineraries for every type of traveller.

“In addition to the growing interest in walking trips and family getaways, we’re continuing to grow our biking offering, as well as the active expeditions side of our business,” says Norman Howe, CEO and President, Butterfield & Robinson. “Our trip designers and expert guides will be taking travellers further in 2019, with new European bike routes, as well as expedition trips that are shaped by insider knowledge, tasting the local life and frequenting must-see sites.”

Newly featured biking trips for 2019 include routes in the Cotswolds, Sardinia and a Napa & Sonoma Luxe Biking Journey, while B&R’s new active expeditions range from Alaska and British Columbia to Oahu, Argentina, Chile and Uruguay. Highlights in B&R’s new walking trips include departures in Romania, New Zealand and a new Puglia to Matera itinerary, and next year’s family adventures include trips in Switzerland, Morocco, Peru and the Galapagos Islands.

For all new and updated trips for 2019, visit www.butterfield.com/new-trips

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