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Classic Journeys’ definitive guide to where to travel in 2022

After spending months inside during the pandemic, those looking to get off the grid have no shortage of outdoor adventure itineraries to choose from.

NEW YORK – In preparation for a busy 2022, luxury tour operator Classic Journeys has expanded its offerings, doubling its inventory for its US tours and adding departure dates to its most popular destinations. The industry leader in culture-focused walking tours is offering travelers countless opportunities to rediscover the world, on foot and at eye level. 

Classic Journeys offers a selection of trips in Italy to a variety of different regions, each with its own local flair. A walking tour of Tuscany & the Cinque Terre will have guests touring fairytale vineyards and olive groves in Chianti and many stops in Santa Margherita and Florence to dine, shop and see iconic sites. The Amalfi Coast also hosts a variety of exciting paths for travelers to follow, including tours of the ruins of Pompeii followed by scenic Capri and Positano. With Classic Journeys’ signature local connections, travelers are assured to have memorable personal experiences.

After spending months inside during the pandemic, those looking to get off the grid have no shortage of outdoor adventure itineraries to choose from. Classic Journeys’ iconic Galapagos multisports trips are packed with nature watching, kayaking, hiking and much more. Travelers can even opt to take the Ultimate Bucket List Trip, complete with a few days in Peru to tour the ancient Incan citadel of Machu Picchu, or add an extension to Ecuador.

Another destination ideal for travelers looking to reconnect with nature is Iceland, where Classic Journeys offers a handful of itineraries. A bucket list destination, Iceland has more diversity in landscapes than any other country, from black sand beaches and geothermal pools to ice caves and lava fields. Classic Journeys gives travelers the chance to choose their own adventure with the multisport tour of Iceland’s south shore, complete with horseback riding, snorkeling and touring Viking ruins.

2022 is the year to dust off that bucket list and visit those iconic destinations around the world, including the legendary Machu Picchu. With Classic Journeys, travelers will spend time in the spectacular Urubamba Valley to learn about traditional Quechua crafts, visit a remote village school, and wander among llamas and alpacas. After three nights there, travelers can either take a train and bus to the majestic Machu Picchu ruins or hike part of the Inca Trail for a jaw-dropping entrance to Machu Picchu via the Sun Gate.

A nine-day desert dream, Classic Journeys' walking tour of Morocco is also a must-do for bucket list travelers. This packed adventure gives travelers an incredibly diverse look at Moroccan culture to reflect the country's multiple influences. After spending the first two nights in Fès exploring the ninth-century Medina, guests will travel by Land Rover into the Sahara Desert where they will spend a night with Berber people in a beautiful tented encampment with all of the amenities. Another night in Ouazarzate brings travelers to Marrakesh, complete with shopping stops in the world-famous souks and tours of lush gardens around the city.

With Classic Journeys increasing its inventory of 2022 US tours, travelers have the flexibility to book domestic trips at any time, for any occasion. Outdoor enthusiasts can choose from a number of national park trips, including Montana's Glacier National Park, Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon, or take walking tours in Alaska to see the Northern Lights or the whales of the Kenai Peninsula. Families or groups looking for a bespoke travel experience with flexible durations and departure dates can opt for a private tour of any Classic Journeys location, not just the US.

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