The tour operator has released new holidays for 2021 including a nine-day Kenya itinerary and a scenic Canadian tour. 

Maasai Mara, Kenya

Kenya’s geographic diversity means that it supports an extraordinary range of wildlife.

The Kenya Tracks and Trails tour features 12 excursions and includes visits to a Maasai village, the Giraffe Centre and the Karen Blixen Museum. You’ll also experience a journey on the Madaraka Express, Africa’s newest railway, as well as taking a Big Safari in Amboseli National Park against the backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro. 

It’s one of almost 200 worldwide tours released by Titan for 2021 which include river cruises on board MS Serenade such as a 14-night Blue Danube and Romantic Rhine cruise taking in the likes of Würzburg, Mainz and Rüdesheim. 

Other group holiday highlights: 

  • Wild Costa Rica: an adventure through five different national parks, this 16-day trip promises many bucket-list experiences such as trekking through cloud forests, sailing along crocodile rivers and being surrounded by a kaleidoscope of butterflies. It begins in San Jose and includes visits to the Tortuguero National Park, home to monkeys, toucans, green macaws and caimans, and the Monterverde Orchid Garden where more than 450 types of the flower grow. 
  • Scenic Spectacular: this 15-day holiday takes you on a journey of Canada’s west coast, from the lesser-known and intriguing harbour town of Prince Rupert with its lively food scene to the attractive city of Victoria. You’ll tour Banff and visit Lake Louise as well as enjoying a whale-watching cruise in the Johnstone Strait before heading along the east coast of Vancouver Island. The trip also features a scenic rail journey on board VIA Rail’s Skeena train. 

Lake Louise, Canada

Lake Louise in the Canadian Rockies is known for its turquoise, glacier-fed lake. 

Titan Travel has also announced a Flexi-deposit meaning customers can book a holiday with just a £49pp deposit on bookings made before 30th September. Organisers then have the option to amend the booking up to 75 days before departure with no extra fee. 

Its managing director Andy Squirrell said: “Titan recognises that travellers want and need more control and flexibility when booking anything for the future during these uncertain times.” He said he hoped the new policy would give people the “extra confidence they require”. 

Titan runs small group tours of up to 24 travellers. For more information on what it offers groups and the 2021 tours, you can visit