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Classic Escapes is a family owned boutique travel company specializing in nature and cultural journeys around the world. Our team represents decades of travel industry experience, and our itineraries are designed based on first-hand knowledge of our destinations. As such, we take great pride and care to ensure that our "family" is the most knowledgeable and attentive consultants around. We combine the exciting world of travel with the joy of learning about the planet we live on. We arrange for you to meet with friendly people in foreign places and balance "shouldn't miss" sites with experiences not found on conventional tours. When you travel with Classic Escapes, it's truly like you're one of our own. From the moment we begin the planning process to the day you return back, we're with you every step of the way.


  • Friday, April 15, 2016

    With the recent lifting of travel bans, many American travelers are turning their sights on the mysterious island nation of Cuba - forbidden from US tourists for over 55 years.  Who could resist the visions of curling cigar smoke over the deep beat of rumba music, vintage Americ

  • Thursday, December 3, 2015

    Christmas is celebrated on December 25 in South Africa, just as it is in the United States, however, it falls during the summer in South Africa so there is tons of sun and flowers in bloom which provides a very different feel than snow and cold.

  • Wednesday, December 2, 2015

    Instead of snow and cold weather in Namibia for Christmas, they have rain and average temperatures of 86-95°F.  Although Namibians celebrate Christmas at the same time as the United States, December falls during the summer/wet season where temperatures are extremely hot and rain

  • Wednesday, November 25, 2015

    Uganda is predominantly Christian and most of the population celebrates Easter and Christmas in some way, shape, or form. The traditional decorating and attending of church are all present, but vary from city to city and even village to village.

  • Tuesday, November 24, 2015

    Tanzania’s religion and culture is as varied and rich as its natural landscape. The majority of the population is Muslim, followed by Christian, Hindu, Sikh, and numerous tribes.