Socks… or a spa break? Novelty book, or Barcelona for the weekend? From learning holidays to glamping and pampering, these travel vouchers are a real gift
Know someone who’s itching to do something new? Skyros specialises in learning holidays and covers a wide range of skills, from art to singing, writing to windsurfing. Its main centre is on the Greek island of Skyros but it also runs courses on the Isle of Wight. Vouchers can be bought for any value.
STA vouchers cover all bases, whether the person you’re giving to is planning an epic trip or a weekend away. Its gift card can be topped up to any value and can be used on flights, accommodation and experiences – £20 buys three nights in a hostel, for example; £120 would cover a weekend in Paris or Barcelona.
Selling tours with local guides in the UK and Europe, plus Nepal, Indonesia and Australia, Much Better Adventures is perfect for anyone who loves the outdoors. Most UK trips are focused on a skill – how about free diving or mountain climbing? Alternatively, try a challenge such as the Welsh 15 Peak and do the run over a weekend. Further afield, adventures cover a huge range of activities and are designed to be added on to an existing itinerary. Vouchers are available from £25-£1,000, with no expiry date, and a gift certificate will be emailed immediately.Vouchers are available from £25-£1,000, with no expiry date, and a gift certificate will be emailed immediately.
Selling everything from London theatre and event trips to holidays to the north of Iceland, Super Break’s vouchers are available from £10-£100; it also sells separate spa vouchers.
With 5,000 trips across 190 destinations, Responsible Travel covers the full gamut of trips for all sorts of interests, from archaeology to yoga, but also family and city breaks. Vouchers can be purchased for any value and are valid for two years.