INTRO Travel

Intro Travel

Why choose Intro Travel?

INTRO Travel operate amazing and award winning group tours all over the world!

Perfect for solo or first-time travellers, our trips include advice and support before you go, an awesome group leader from the moment you arrive, an instant group of friends and an amazing itinerary full of unforgettable experiences.

Check out our programs below for all the info!

Impact

Sustainability

At INTRO our commitment to a sustainable future is a key principle, and the driving force behind our Small Change initiative, which we launched in 2017.

As part of our goal to make a real positive impact to the environment, we partnered with Eden Reforestation Projects in 2019 to plant 10 trees for every booking we received. And as a result we’ve planted tens of thousands of trees, aided reforestation, rehabilitated wildlife and reduced poverty in multiple local communities.

However we wanted to go even further and achieve true sustainability, so in late 2023 we began a new partnership with Path Net Zero to accurately measure our tours emissions, and Veritree to plant trees to offset those emissions.

We are now very proud to say that every INTRO tour is 100% carbon neutral.

Ethical Impact

At INTRO our commitment to a sustainable future is a key principle, and the driving force behind our Small Change initiative, which we launched in 2017.

As part of our goal to make a real positive impact to the environment, we partnered with Eden Reforestation Projects in 2019 to plant 10 trees for every booking we received. And as a result we’ve planted tens of thousands of trees, aided reforestation, rehabilitated wildlife and reduced poverty in multiple local communities.

However we wanted to go even further and achieve true sustainability, so in late 2023 we began a new partnership with Path Net Zero to accurately measure our tours emissions, and Veritree to plant trees to offset those emissions.

We are now very proud to say that every INTRO tour is 100% carbon neutral.

Reviews

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Aldjia
5/5
Yes, I recommend this program

Best trip with Tola

Such a lovely group with an amazing guide for Cambodia.
Thank you to Tola for being the best guide ever, I loved that trip.
Some of my favourites visits are the floating village, the temples and the snorkelling. All of the accommodation were comfortable and in a good location - i particularly like koh rong island bungalow owned by chief of the village. I was so happy that when I arrived at the airport I was greeted by a personal driver - I would say the transport was smooth and hassle free. CAMBODIA 4 EVER <333

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Jasmin
5/5
Yes, I recommend this program

Memorable Trip

Thanks to Tola for this memorable trip. Had a lot of heartfelt and peaceful moments.
I loved the sunrise at Angkor Wat.
Having a sunset swim on the Island.
Kayaking at kampot and learning a lot of the villages and the people who are living here.
Had a lot of helpful and recommended activities and restaurants.
Always laughing and Keep smiling.
The accommodations were good and the food included was also nice.
I would always chose to go to this trip again. I can recommend it to everyone who loves the Asian culture. Thanks to Tola and my group!

What was the most surprising thing you saw or did?
Sawing the inside of a house from a family who lived in the floating village.
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Emily
5/5
Yes, I recommend this program

Amazing 10 day tour in Cambodia with Tola

I enjoyed the 10 day tour through Cambodia with Tola. I feel that I learnt a lot about cambodia life, culture and history through Tola and other guides on tour. I particularly enjoyed my time on Koh rong Island and Angkor Wat tour. I especially loved swimming in the sunset on the boat tour on Day 5 - a moment for life. I cannot fault any of the tour. Definitely recommend.
The accommodation was comfortable and clean. The transport from the airport was smooth and hassle free. I WILL MISS YOU CAMBODIA! wholesome and spicy

What was your funniest moment?
When master monk told the group to 'enjoy our sexy age'
Pros
  • Great group
  • Cultural experience
  • Good food
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Kat
5/5
Yes, I recommend this program

Amazing trip and amazing group leader!!

Elliot was an amazing group leader! Literally couldn’t have asked for anything more from a group leader he went above and beyond to make sure that everyone had the best time. He was very organised and always ready to help with anything we needed. I always felt well informed before every activity what to expect and what I needed which meant I felt relaxed throughout. At the same time as being organised Elliot was also so much fun and always made sure the vibes were up! He made sure the experience was memorable for everyone. Cambodia was a beautiful country, would highly recommend this trip!

What was the most unfamiliar thing you ate?
I ate crickets, Beatles and Frogs which were all surprisingly nice!
Pros
  • Great group leader
  • Beautiful country
  • Unique experiences
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Sanne
5/5
No, I don't recommend this program

Amazing experience

I just finished my tour and it’s been absolutely amazing from beginning to end. We were really well taken care of by our group leader Andri making sure everyone was safe and seen while being a good friend along the way. He truly made the experience memorable. The itinerary was excellent and everyday was filled with something exciting. One of the best experiences of my life. 10/10 would recommend for first time solo travelers, and for an easy way to travel with guaranteed friends to hang out with.

What was your funniest moment?
Boat expedition from Coron to El Nido
Pros
  • Everything
Cons
  • Airport pick up was a little hard

Programs

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Staff Interviews

These are in-depth Q&A sessions with program leaders.

Adrian Rutkowski

Job Title
Group Leader
Adrian moved out from Poland when he was 19 years old and ever since he has spent all of his free time travelling around the world, experiencing new cultures and seeking new adventures.
He has now settled with the best job in the world as a Group Leader in Vietnam.
A group of travelers posing in front of a sunset

What is your favorite travel memory?

It’s very hard to name one favourite travel memory, as no trip is ever the same, and even if you return to the country you’ve been before, you’ll always have a new favourite memory!

But if I have to name one, it’s going to be the volcano sunrise hike in Bali! Watching the sun come up on the horizon from the top of an active volcano is such a once in a lifetime experience!

How have you changed/grown since working for your current company?

I’ve realised that travelling with a group is the best way to travel!

Whenever I used to go travelling, I would go all by myself and try to meet new people along the way. But that isn’t always easy if you only have a week or two to spend in a country.

But if you come with a group of like minded people from day one until the end, it changes the whole experience completely!

IT’S DOUBLE THE FUN IF YOU CAN SHARE IT WITH SOMEONE!

What is the best story you've heard from a return student?

“Adrian! We’re planning a reunion with the whole group next month! You need to come!”

Hearing that people who were strangers to each other before coming on a tour, are now becoming best friends and planning reunions and next trips together, is just the best thing you can possibly hear from someone.

If you could go on any program that your company offers, which one would you choose and why?

I would definitely choose the 13-day Japan Adventure!

Japan is just this this country that blends in ultramodern cities, very rich history and culture with some of the most beautiful nature as well!

From the Bullet train ride, to a Samurai experience, Mount Fuji, Sushi making class and so much more!
This tour has all you need when you come to Japan!

What makes your company unique? When were you especially proud of your team?

#SmallChange

It’s our initiative towards responsible travel. We not only encourage people to reduce single-use plastics, participate in beach cleanups, but also support local communities and engage in cultural exchange.

It’s great to see how people start using reusable water bottles, buy locally made products, or teach local people few English words.

What do you believe to be the biggest factor in being a successful company?

To be a successful company, you have to be passionate about what you do and make sure you keep your employees happy.

I believe that if you’ll keep these things in order, your employees are going to go that extra mile for you and your customers, no matter what problems you’ll face, you’ll always get through it.