Holiday Tours for Corporate Groups
The end of the year is the perfect time for corporate groups to celebrate a year of achievements. Studies show that holiday parties help inspire a positive work culture and forge stronger bonds internally and with external business partners. What better way than to ditch the conventional office holiday party for something unexpected? This year, give your celebrations a virtual and interactive twist with an online tour experience to learn more about the holiday traditions celebrated in places like Edinburgh, Portugal, and Japan!
Edinburgh Holiday Tour
Did you know that Christmas Day only became a public holiday in 1958 in Scotland? Not that this has stopped the city of Edinburgh from transforming itself into a winter wonderland every year. Soak in the holiday spirit with your colleagues as our local guide brings you to explore popular festive markets and stalls. Revel in the over-the-top light displays as he explains more about Scottish Christmas traditions like burning a rowan twig to get rid of any bad feelings between friends or family.
Lisbon Holiday Lights & Traditions
Take a virtual tour of Portugal with your colleagues. See a different side to the City of Light as our guide walks through downtown Lisbon filled with beautiful colonialist-style buildings as she regales everyone with local Portuguese Christmas traditions (Santa is called Pai Natal , presents are left under the Christmas tree or in shoes by the fireplace) and shares more about festive foods like consoada (salted cod served with green vegetables, boiled potatoes, and boiled eggs) that’s eaten on Christmas Eve.
Holidays in Japan
Explore the history and culture from a locals point of view with this team bonding tour. Full of stories, fun facts, trivia, and even, make your own Japanese style holiday decoration this tour will engage remote and in person teams.
3 Fall Holiday Tours To Book
The changing leaves and the scent of pumpkin spice are sure signs that the holiday season is soon upon us. Before the year-end busyness sets in, this is an opportune time to organize team bonding events and cultural activities that encourage diverse conversations amongst teams. For seniors, these online experiences blending history, culture, and travel make for a fun, interactive way to welcome the start of the holiday season.
The festival of lights is India’s most important holiday marked by five days of celebrations involving prayers, feasts, fireworks, family gatherings, and charitable giving. To celebrate, families go all out, cleaning and decorating their homes, cooking up festive foods, and shopping for new wardrobes. Join our guide Komal as she takes you into the heart of a bustling Delhi market to go Diwali shopping while explaining the different rituals and experiences associated with this holiday.
Gather everyone in their best Halloween costumes for a live virtual tour of Plymouth's spooky Burial Hill. The 17th-century cemetery is the final resting place of many Pilgrims and Native people who perished from disease and hunger and is regarded as one of the most haunted places on the South Shore of Massachusetts. Be entertained by our guide Vicki who has a treasure trove of spooky stories and will share more about the Revolutionary War era mass grave and how it came to be the final resting place of a Revolutionary War general and his wife.
Walk off the turkey dinner with a virtual stroll around the original site of Plimoth Plantation, a living history museum founded in 1947. The 40-minute stroll starts at Plymouth Rock and proceeds up the oldest street in America. Along the way, be regaled by tales of the first settlers who came over on the Mayflower, take in sights like Plymouth Rock, Burial Hill, and other points of historical interest.
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