Travel Companions Club was launched following feedback from many of our past and current travellers who appreciate the Innovative style, in-depth local connections and resources and who wish to further explore the world with 'peace of mind'.
Travel Companions Club (TCC) welcomes solo travellers, friends and couples. The first TCC tour to Vietnam and Cambodia departs Hanoi 17 August 2018 (see below) and concludes in Siem Reap. Hosted by experienced Innovative Travel Tour Host Colleen Doyle, who will greet you in Hanoi, this carefully crafted 18 day tour encapsulates many highlights.
Join tour host Colleen on our Vietnam and Cambodia tour visiting the cultural highlights of Hanoi, an overnight cruise on stunning Halong Bay (A World Heritage UNESCO site), Hoi An, Da Lat, Ho Chi Minh City, Mekong floating markets and the ancient Angkor Temples of Siem Reap.
Join tour host Colleen on our Travel Companions special Trans-Mongolian Rail journey Starting in Vladivostok (on the east coast of Russia) 25 May and ending in St Petersburg (on the west coast of Russia) 16 June. As part of your journey you will visit Ulan Ude, Ulaanbaatar, Irkutsk, Lake Baikal, Ekaterinburg and Moscow.
Colleen is an exclusive tour escort for Innovative Travel. She brings with her over 25 years experience with groups to Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Canada, The Pacific and Australasia. Colleen recently hosted a group to Gallipoli for the ANZAC Day Centenary. Her unique style, sense of humour and genuine concern for passengers enhances the tours she hosts.
Commends from past clients include world like: "unflappable, loads of fun, innovative, organised and caring". In recent years she has co-hosted tours with Dame Malvina Major, Rev. Mike Hawke and media personality Mike Yardley.
Colleen looks forward to welcoming you on this special tour
Getting in the mood for Vietnam and Cambodia
Images from a recent Travel Companions Club gathering in Christchurch at a Vietnamese Cooking School.
Here participants firstly learned about the herbs and vegetables used in Vietnamese cooking, then had the chance to make their own dish with the expert tuition of the Cooking School staff. Not to mention sampling the finished Spring Rolls. A fun night enjoyed by all