Contiki is the original travel company designed exclusively for 18 to 35 year olds. No older, no younger. For over 50 years, we have been providing life-changing experiences. Today, we provide the best trips, which offer more fun, less hassle, and the freedom to do your own thing. We offer 8 tailor-made travel styles for your client because no two travelers are the same. No matter the experience they are after, we have something for everybody. We’ll take care of the details; you focus on making the memories. With our unrivaled value, you can feel confident that your traveler cannot do what we do for less. Contiki, travel with no regrets. 

  • Trips created exclusively for the 18-35 year old market (U By Uniworld is 21-45 years of age)
  • Unrivalled Value for Millennial travelers 
  • Sailing & Cruise in Greece, Croatia, Australia and Galapagos
  • 8 Travel Styles means something for everyone
  • All trips include a trained Trip Manager and Driver, and in Latin America and Asia, we include an additional local guide from the region.
    • Max group size in Europe, USA/Canada, Australia & New Zealand is 51.  
    • Max in Asia and Latin America is 35.
  • Average age is 26, but ages may vary with “High Energy” skewing younger (21-22) and “In Depth Explorer” and “Independent Insider” skewing older (24-35.)
  • Free roommate matching (same gender) to avoid single supplements
  • A member of the family-owned The Travel Corporation (TTC), we are renowned and trusted for our outstanding quality, service, value, reliability and financial stability.

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