BOSTON, June 25, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Travel savings from the leader in small group tours for American travelers 50+
Travelers seeking last minute deals for fall can save as much as $3,500 per person with Last Minute Travel Deals from Overseas Adventure Travel (O.A.T.), the leader in small group travel on the road less traveled.
O.A.T. offers small group, immersive adventures for travelers 50+. With its small-scale travel philosophy, O.A.T. limits groups to 8-16 travelers on land and 22 travelers on average by ship.
O.A.T. Last Minute Travel Deals for Fall 2019 (excluding airfare) include:
1. Ultimate Galápagos Exploration & Ecuador's Amazon Wilds
16 days – from $3,795 (Save $2,400 per person) Code WEBB400
2. Panama Canal Cruise & Panama: A Continent Divided, Oceans United
12 days – from $2,395 (Save $1,000 per person) Code WEBB400
3. Mediterranean Cultures & Islands: A Voyage from Barcelona to Athens
19 days – from $3,547 (save $3,538 per person) Code WEBB400
4. Ultimate Africa: Botswana, Zambia & Zimbabwe Safari
17 days – from $ 5,395 (Save $2,000 per person ) Code WEBB400
5. Imperial China, Tibet & the Yangtze River
22 days – from $3,445 (Save $1,750 per person) Code WEBB400
6. Northern Spain & Portugal: Pilgrimage into the Past
17 days – from $3,695 (Save $1,500 per person) Code WEBB400
Call 1-800-955-1925 and refer to the code listed to reserve travel. View full details at Last Minute Travel Deals.
In the past five years, 230,000 Americans 50+ have traveled with O.A.T. The company features unique lodgings, local modes of transportation, people-to-people interactions, soft adventure activities, and expert trip leadership. For eight years, readers of Travel + Leisure magazine have named O.A.T. one of the world's top 15 tour operators and safari outfitters.
For a free catalog or more information about O.A.T., please visit http://www.oattravel.com or call 1-800-955-1925.
ABOUT OVERSEAS ADVENTURE TRAVEL
Established in 1978, Overseas Adventure Travel (O.A.T.) is part of Boston-based Grand Circle Corporation's family of travel companies, which also include Grand Circle Cruise Line and Grand Circle Travel. In 1992, owners Alan and Harriet Lewis established the nonprofit Grand Circle Foundation to support communities in which Grand Circle works and travels, including some 300 humanitarian, cultural, and educational endeavors worldwide—among them, 100 schools, in 50 countries. The Foundation is an entity of the Lewis Family Foundation, which has pledged or donated more than $200 million since 1981.
SOURCE Overseas Adventure Travel