Historical Cross Periods Tours
Every location has a history, a goldmine of stories and secrets to share about the conflicts, events and encounters that happen within its boundaries. In recognition of this we offer a variety of tours that explore these collections of moments in exciting, often lesser known locations around the world, from Belarus to Malta, Tunisia to Nepal. These eclectic tours are often accompanied by two expert guides instead of one and they will cox and box to tell their stories, culminating in most interesting and fascinating experiences.
All of our forthcoming Scheduled Cross-Periods Tours are listed below.
This is a wonderfully varied and scenic tour of Malta – a tiny island with a warm welcome and proud military heritage including probably the greatest concentration of military fortifications in Europe. find out more and book
This tour takes us on a wondrous journey through Russia’s rich cultural history, visiting the homes, palaces, estates and museums of the country’s greatest writers, poets and artists. The title of the tour comes from the eponymous book written by your guide, Orlando Figes. find out more and book
Tunisia is a country steeped in Ancient and Modern History, the sites spanning centuries of archaeological and military importance. Immerse yourself in the art and images of cultures long since passed and explore the melting pot of influences on this diverse and intriguing country. find out more and book
This unique and insightful tour explores the culture and geography of Nepal with an emphasis on the British Gurkha connection and is led by retired Gurkha officer Maj Gordon Corrigan. find out more and book
Cross-Periods Tours - Future Planning
We intend to run all of the following tours in the near future. Final dates and prices are yet to be confirmed. Register your interest and we will contact you as soon as these tours become available.
Our tours are accompanied by an expert and passionate guide and a dedicated tour manager who will handle all of the headaches and worries of travel, leaving you free to engage, learn and debate with our guide and fellow history enthusiasts. Where possible, you will stay in 3, 4 and 5 star hotels, enjoying luxury and comfort while delving into the culture and past of these multifaceted lands.