Our trips have had a huge impact on our customers, and could make an ideal present for a friend or relative. You can make a deposit of £250.00 a reserve a place for them on a tour or holiday. To book your place on one of our new 2014 tours click here » These deposits are

It is worth listening to this wonderful interview with Dorothy Button, one of our clients on the US election tour speaking with Geraldine Doogue on Australia’s Radio National. Dorothy speaks about her time on the tour, and call’s the result quite accurately! Click the following link to listen in: http://mpegmedia.abc.net.au/rn/podcast/2014/12/sea_20141206_0845.mp3  

We are delighted to announce a list of some of South Africa’s most prominent figures among our speakers and guests for our South Africa Tour. It will run between January 19th and 27th, and will be led by Peter Sullivan, the former editor of The Star and Group Editor of the Independent Newspapers SA. He’s

Our North Korea tour was the recent focus of BBC Radio 4’s travel show Excess Baggage. Too bad the show has come to an end. You can hear John McCarthy  speaking with our director, Nicholas Wood, about the origins of the company and our recent trip to the DPRK. Political Tours clients, Alastair Muriel and

Nicholas Wood, Political Tours’ Director was recently interviewed by IdeaMensch, a website that spots new entrepreneurs. It’s a great insight into how the company was set up and what motivates us. Former New York Times correspondent, Nick Wood, set up the world’s first tour company dedicated to current affairs after a decade of working as

Political Tours’ website is deliberately different from most travel websites. We wanted it to be clean and simple, and if anything more like a news magazine than a travel site. The inspiration for the home page came from Ally Palmer, at PalmerWatson, the Edinburgh based design team that have been responsible for reshaping some of

Political Tours’ Director, Nicholas Wood, looks back at an incident in Kosovo and how it ultimately inspired a new kind of travel. In March 2004, amid the worst violence in Kosovo since the end of the war I remember a conversation with a senior spokesperson in the UN mission here. The mission, she explained, was