Lupine Travel are a UK tour company, founded in 2008 and specialising in unique destinations and travel ideas but bringing them to you at affordable prices.
From our early days of specialising in tours to North Korea, Trans-Mongolian and Chernobyl, we now offer tours to 35 countries all over the globe!
Our aim since Lupine was founded has always remained the same: find interesting routes and tours in unique and hard to reach destinations and then open them up to our clients at affordable prices.
Why book with us?
We believe we provide a high level of honest and personal customer service and our customers wants and needs are a priority for us
Many of the regions we offer tours to are either impossible or very difficult to visit independently. Our group tours bring together very like minded people with a passion for travel to off the beaten track destinations. Many of our clients are used to travelling independently so we do our best to offer group tours with an independent feel whenever possible.
Although we are a UK based company, our clients come from all over the world and of all different age ranges. To date we have served clients from over 50 different nations with ages ranging from 18 months old to 87!
We also offer full financial protection to anyone booking tours with us.
Our North Korean trips and annual golf tournament has made worldwide news and featured on BBC, France 24, Fuji TV, Publico, Daily Mail, Fox Sports, The Sun, The Daily Telegraph, TBS Japan, Wall Street Journal, CNN, Time Magazine and many more.
We have been featured in Time Magazine (USA), Daily Express (UK), Daily Mail (UK), L'Espresso (Italy), G1 (Brazil), Guardian (UK), Wall Street Journal (USA) and much more.
You can also find us in various Lonely Planet and Bradt guide books.
Blogs & Photo's
Click here | E Fiuza (Brazil, April 2014)
Click here | C Bottle (England, March 2014)
Click here | D Dowling (England, June 2009)
Click here | T Kilvaer (Norway, July 2011)
Click here | R Mayell (UK, July 2011)
Click here | S Snyder (Australia June 2012)
Click here | I Patrick (UK, September 2014)
Click here | S Alcock (Australia, August 2010)
Click here | R Aas (Norway, April 2010)
Click here | T Kilvaer (Norway, August 2011)
Click here | J Finnerty (UK, January 2012)
Click here | A Gibson (UK, October 2014)
Click here | D Nisbett (UK, April 2011)
Click here | G Heres (Netherlands, August 2009)
Click here | J Finnerty (UK, April 2012)
Click here | M Baron (UK, March 2015)
Click here | M Baron (UK, October 2014)
Click here | M Baron (UK, February 2017)