Freestyle travel experts, Busabout, has announced the launch of its 2016 Asia programme with 10 awesome travel adventures across Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia and Burma.
The new programme is released on the back of the brand’s successful first year in the region and features even more travel options with the introduction of the new five-day Thailand Intro exploring Bangkok, Chumphon, Khao Sok National Park before linking to either a Thai Island Hopper West or Thai Island Hopper East.
Flexibility and choice are two key features of Busabout’s 2016 Asia programme, with each itinerary linking up via directflights or, for the shorter routes, public transport, enabling travellers to easily build their own epic Asian adventure.
Whichever itinerary travellers choose, they will have the opportunity to venture into off-the-beaten-track destinations, places that Busabout has sought out that no other tour companies visit. These include Pai, Thailand’s hippy centre; Kampot, a small Cambodian riverside town with charming remnants of its French colonial past and Mai Chau in Vietnam, a traditional village amongst the mountains where travellers can meet the locals and delve into their culture.
Amanda McCann, Acting General Manager, Busabout said “We at Busabout were blown away with the response our first ever launch into Asia received from agents and travellers. We’re really excited to be building on our offering in 2016, with the introduction of a new Thailand itinerary. As with all itineraries in our programme, the Thailand Intro has been designed with the freestyle travel ethos we’re famous for in mind. Our new tour links Bangkok to either of our Thai Island Hopperitineraries, plus can also to be matched up with any other trips in our Asia programme.
“Busabout’s 2016 Asia programme offers travellers the best of both worlds. Neither a traditional tour nor a totally independent trip, each of our travel adventures provides comforts such as private transport, comfy beds and the support of an English speaking Tour Leader, also allowing travellers to really experience a destination their way whether that’s rickshaw rides, a homestay or tasting local delicacies.”
Busabout’s 2016 Asia programme provides travellers with four ways to save including Multi-Trip Deals, Student Discounts, Mates’ Rates for those who book in a group and Past Passenger Discounts.