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Regent Holidays has been pioneering travel experiences to a wide range of unique and off-the-beaten-track destinations since 1970. One of the first tour operators to offer Albania holidays, North Korea tours and holidays to Russia, we continually endeavour to discover new experiences in existing and emerging destinations across the world.

Our travel experts are passionate about creating the perfect tailor made holiday or group tour for you. Whether you want to visit the northern lights in Iceland, enjoy a city break in Poland, take a fly drive through Croatia or embark on the journey of a lifetime on the Trans Siberian Railway, contact one of our Travel Specialists today.

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Northern Lights at the Hotel Ranga
Northern Lights at the Hotel Ranga Experience the Northern Lights at one of Iceland's most popular hotels, the Hotel Ranga. Set in the wilderness of south Iceland and surrounded by riverside and mountain views, this four-star romantic countryside retreat offers a place of serenity, luxury and relaxation. It's array of geothermal outdoor hot tubs are the perfect place to watch the northern lights from on a cold winter's night.
Ultimate Arctic Adventure in Norway at 70º North
Ultimate Arctic Adventure in Norway at 70º North Embark on this fully escorted northern lights adventure in Norway accompanied by local husky experts and highly experienced aurora hunter and photographer, Alex Keen. Glide across the Arctic tundra by husky sled,crossing frozen rivers and lakes, discover the heart of Sami culture and spend a night in a traditional lavvu - a tent very similar to a Native American Tipi.
Burma Group Tour - February 2015
Burma Group Tour - February 2015 Described by Rudyard Kipling as ‘quite unlike any land you know about’ Burma, or Myanmar as it is also known, is a beautiful country, scattered with stunning temples and home to some of the warmest people on the earth. This detailed journey visits all of the main highlights and ventures a little off-the-beaten-track to remote cities and towns.
New 2015 North Korea Tours
New 2015 North Korea Tours As the first ever UK tour operator to take groups of travellers to North Korea in 1985, we celebrate our thirtieth anniversary in 2015. We have created a selection of tours to compel both the first time visitor and those who travel with us frequently. Visiting previously off limits areas, and Regents' award winning specialist, we are proud to present our North Korea 30th Year Tours.
The Silk Road by Private Train
The Silk Road by Private Train Discover ancient towns in Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan by comfortable, private train on this incredible Silk Road journey. Discover palaces, mosques, mausoleums and bazaars in cities such as Ashgabat, Merv and Bukhara. View magnificent desert and mountainous scenery roll by from the comfort of your railway carriage.
Vote for Regent at the British Travel Awards 2014
Vote for Regent at the British Travel Awards 2014 We are very excited to have been nominated by our clients at this years' British Travel Awards in not one, but five categories! We would be honoured to receive your votes. To cast your vote, follow the link above and register your details, it only takes a moment. Thank you for all your continued support!
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Why I Love Brunei
I love that Brunei has a great range of adventures to enjoy. Embarking on a culinary exploration of the Gadong night market in the capital was a test of my food boundaries and tolerance for sugar - the popular 'teh tarik', local tea heavily sweetened with condensed milk, kept me buzzing for hours! But the highlight was probably travelling to and spending time in rugged Ulu Temburong National Park. Kayaking down the Temborung River and rising early for sunrise from the treetop canopy walkway to the sound of gibbons in the jungle was something I won't ever forget.
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North Korea Map
Why I Love North Korea
Holidays to North Korea are like visiting a different universe. I’ve visited several times over the years but it never fails to surprise me in different ways, from the exceedingly friendly people to the beautiful sights, North Korea has to be seen to be believed.
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Belarus Map
Why I Love Belarus
The history of the Soviet Union has always intrigued me and travelling to Belarus is like stepping back in time to a bygone era. Society here is incredibly safe and well-ordered; I always feel extremely welcomed and comfortable in Belarus.
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Bosnia-Herzegovina Map
I loved my visit to Blagaj, a lovely village at the source of the River Buna. The River Buna flows out of a 200m cliff and beside this gurgling water is the impressive Tekke, a Dervish Monastery. Even I managed the energetic climb to Stepjan Grad, a ruined fortress overlooking the village, for splendid sunset views.
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Hungary Map
Why I Love Hungary
I love Hungary because you can combine the faded romance of its capital city with the beautiful countryside outside it. For a taste of local life, I loved playing chess at the Turkish era thermal baths in Budapest.
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Vietnam Map
Why I Love Vietnam
The emerald green waters of Halong Bay make a welcome change of pace to Vietnam’s hectic cities. Board a traditional junk boat and cruise between the stunning limestone karsts and isles, enjoying delicious fresh seafood on board and stopping to explore grottos and caves before dropping anchor for the night. A truly idyllic experience during our Vietnam holidays.
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Montenegro Map
Why I Love Montenegro
Choose Montenegro holidays and not far from Ulcinj, close to the Albania border, you will find wooden houses built on stilts overlooking the tranquil Bojana River. Many of these dwellings are restaurants which serve the most amazing fish, and the home-made raki isn’t too bad either! Although if you arrive at the nudist beach you’ve gone too far…
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Burma Map
Why I Love Burma
Getting off the tourist trail and getting lost in the back streets of Yangon is a great way to familiarise yourself with the city, and something that I love to do on my Burma holidays. With a few hours to spare, an aimless walk through the city will open your eyes to the rich Burmese culture just as much as the amazing Shwedagon Pagoda can.
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Mongolia Map
Why I Love Mongolia
I love Mongolia because to watch the sun go down from the top of the whispering sands dunes in the heart of the Gobi Desert is the closest to paradise on earth I have found – no pollution, no noise apart from the gentle whisper of sand shifting in the evening breeze, no traffic just peace, absolute peace.
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Serbia Map
Why I Love Serbia
The Roman site of Viminacium in Serbia never fails to impress me. This grand capital of the ancient Roman province Moesia is located 12 kilometres from Požarevac. They have recently built a small hotel here and for the time team enthusiasts out there you can even work alongside the archaeologists. There is always something new to see on every visit as the excavation is an ongoing process.
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