Your next adventure: Mystery tours
- The itinerary of a cruise of Fred Olsen’s Balmoral isn’t revealed until aboard
- A mystery break means you won’t know where you’re going until the airport
- Magical Mystery Tours make trips to suit your interests – but is still a surprise
This cruise on Fred. Olsen’s Balmoral will be a daily guessing game. The itinerary is revealed as you travel — you’ll be kept in the dark as to where you’re headed until you arrive at each port.
INSIDER TIP: Don’t forget to take a chic dress for the Captain’s drinks party.
DETAILS: The 11-night cruise is from £1,499pp full-board, with afternoon tea and drinks package included. Departs Newcastle on September 19, 2019 (saga.co.uk).
Fred. Olsen’s Balmoral will be a daily guessing game – as passengers only know where they’re going when they arrive at the port
YOU’RE GOING WHERE?
Indecisive? Mystery Break will book a trip — flights, hotel, the lot — to a city unmasked at the airport. You could be off to Venice, Paris … who knows?
INSIDER TIP: You’ll be emailed about the weather a week before you travel so you can pack easily.
DETAILS: A two-night break with flights and hotel, departing on a Friday, starts from £287pp based on two people sharing a double room (mysterybreak.co.uk).
Mystery Break will book a trip for you – that won’t be unveiled until you reach the airport
Magical Mystery Tours make trips to suit your interests — booking flights, hotels, meals out, visits to markets, cultural tours and more. You won’t know where you’re going until you check in.
INSIDER TIP: You can be as specific or as vague as you like with where you want to go.
DETAILS: A five-night trip to Peru, for example, is £2,000pp including flights, hotel, meals and tours (magical-mystery-tours.com).
Magical Mystery Tours will book a surprise trips to suit your interests – such as a five night trip to Peru