Newmarket Holidays expands range of 2026 departures

Escorted tours specialist Newmarket Holidays has added five more 2026 long-haul holidays to its collection amid increased demand from travellers who are planning further ahead.

The operator is also offering up to 15% off on all bookings made until March 15.

So far, Newmarket has 15 tours with 2026 departure dates, with five added this week to the 10 that went on sale at the end of 2023.

The newest additions include India, Tigers & the Taj Mahal; Japan Unveiled; On Safari in South Africa with Mauritius Beach; Classic Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos; Elvis Presley’s Memphis, New Orleans & Nashville; and Canada, Niagara Falls to the Rockies.


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Richard Forde, head of trade sales at Newmarket Holidays, said: “We’re seeing more and more that our customers want to plan further ahead for their dream escapes and have had increased demand from agents for later departure dates, so we’re delighted to have extended our 2026 tour range to include additional must-see destinations – all with flights included.”

The operator has also recently added three new escorted holidays in its US portfolio, offering an Elvis-themed tour, a journey through America’s South and a national parks itinerary.

They are the Memphis, Nashville & Elvis Presley’s Gulf Coast Beach Retreat, with departures available from March-October 2025; the Blue Ridge Mountains, Washington DC, Charleston & Savannah holiday, with departures from October 2024 to November 2025; and America’s Great National Parks, with departures available in May, September and October 2025.

Verity Rice, product director at Newmarket Holidays, said: “Each of these tours brings something new to the Newmarket Holidays portfolio for agents, making our already popular US collection even more compelling.

“Both America’s Great National Parks and Memphis, Nashville & Elvis Presley’s Beach Retreat offer itineraries that are not available anywhere else, providing unique experiences that we are excited to share with our customers.”

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