Cox & Kings Unveils New Exotic Tours in North Korea, Nicaragua, Mexico
By David Cogswell
August 30, 2012 10:03 PM
Cox & Kings, The Americas unveiled three new tours for 2013 that break new ground for the 254-year-old tour operator. The company is offering new tours for North Korea, Nicaragua and Mexico, and a tour for disabled travelers in India. The North Korea Explorer is a 14-day/12-night trip to a place few Westerners have been able to see for half a century. Each departure will include opportunities to see major events, such as the Mass Dance performance in celebration of International Labor Day on April 27. Prices begin at $4,420 per person, double occupancy. Departures are Feb. 9, April 6, April 27, July 20, Aug. 31 and Oct. 5.
Complete Nicaragua is a nine-day/eight-night program designed to take clients beyond the most tourist-trafficked areas in Nicaragua to see forests, volcanoes and small towns and villages with opportunities to experience the country’s natural features as well as its culture and cuisine. Prices begin at $3,225 per person, double occupancy.
Colonial Mexico is an 11-day/10-night passage into Mexico beyond the beach vacation destinations to experience colonial and pre-Columbian history as well as modern Mexico’s culture and cuisine, including interaction with local artists of San Miguel Allende and a culinary demonstration with celebrity chef Patricia Quintana. Prices begin at $5,925 per person, double occupancy.
India: The Golden Triangle for Travelers with Special Needs is an 11-day/10-night tour designed especially to accommodate clients with disabilities. The itinerary explores a variety of sites, including the Red Fort of the Mughal Empire and the Taj Mahal as well as modern India in the small side streets of Old Delhi. Clients will have the opportunity to have a home-cooked dinner at the home of a local Rajasthani family. Prices begin at $5,585 per person, double occupancy.