Overseas Adventure Travel Offers Eight International Adventures From Less Than $150 per Day -- Plus Free Single Supplements

Mar 05, 2013, 08:11 ET from Overseas Adventure Travel

BOSTON, March 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Baby boomers and seniors seeking exceptional travel values should consider traveling with Overseas Adventure Travel, the leader in small groups on the road less traveled.  For 2013, OAT offers eight international adventures that begin at less than $150 a day—plus free single supplements on all of its adventures and pre-and-post trip extensions.  Adventures that begin at less than $150 a day include those to India, Costa Rica, Morocco, Central America (El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala and Belize), Vietnam, Thailand, China, and Turkey.

"Value has been a hallmark of OAT's for the past 25 years, but with recent reductions in pricing, our per diems are lower and our value even better," said Alan E. Lewis, OAT Chairman and CEO. "While we are offering stronger value to all of our travelers, we are offering exceptional savings to solo travelers this year—with free single supplements on all adventures and pre-and-post trip extensions. Combine these savings with our lowest price guarantee, and it's clear that we offer Americans the best value in the industry."

OAT's 8 Adventures that begin at less than $150 a day are as follows:

  1. The Heart of India: 16-day land tour from $1795 or $113 per day
  2. Real Affordable Costa Rica: 13-day land tour from $1495 or $115 per day
  3. Morocco Sahara Odyssey: 14-day land tour from $1995 or $143 per day
  4. Route of the Maya (El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemela, and Belize): 14-day land tour from $1895 or $136 per day
  5. Inside Vietnam: 18-day land tour from $1995 or $111 per day
  6. Discover Thailand: 15 days from $1695 or $113 per day
  7. Turkey's Magical Hideaways: 16 days from $2395 or $150 per day
  8. Imperial China, Tibet, & Yangtze River: 21-day small ship adventure from $2995 or $143 a day

What's Included
Small groups of just 10-16 travelers (up to two groups of 24 travelers each on OAT small ship adventures); accommodations; most or all meals; all internal transportation (including internal flights, bus transportation, and local modes of transportation); small group activities that connect travelers with local people and cultures (such as village visits, school visits, meals at local homes, and engagement with local leaders, artisans, farmers and more); an expert resident Trip Leader; 5% Frequent Travel credit towards one's next trip; special Good Buy Plan discount; and porterage for one page per person.  OAT can make air arrangements for travelers who request it and, for a fee, can arrange for airport transfers for travelers who choose to make their own air arrangements.

OAT also offers a Lowest Price Guarantee, so that if a traveler books a land or small ship adventure that is reduced, even up to the day of departure, the company will automatically refund the traveler the difference in price. OAT has refunded travelers more than $2 million since it launched its lowest price commitment in early 2012.

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Established in 1978, Overseas Adventure Travel (OAT) is part of Boston-based Grand Circle Corporation's family of travel companies, which also include Grand Circle Cruise Line and Grand Circle Travel.  OAT offers more than 30 small group adventures worldwide to Americans age 50 and older.   Since 1992, its charitable arm, Grand Circle Foundation, has donated or pledged more than $92M USD to more than 300 humanitarian, educational, and cultural organizations worldwide, including 100 schools, in 50 countries.

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