INTRO Travel

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!


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Bali Intro 12 day tour

Had the best time, I tried things I would never have done without the tour. All the accommodation was amazing and well located. Our tour leader looked after us and arranged everything so each day was packed with activities. I will definitely be doing another intro tour in the future :)

My favorite activities was surfing, doing activities that I normally wouldn’t do solo and snorkelling. My favorite accommodation was staying at abdi in Gili t because it was right beside the ferry and by the beach.

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Bali intro 9 day

Had a great time and met some lovely people. Group leader was amazing and answered any questions I had. Would fully recommend to anyone!!

My favourite accommodation is gili. I loved gili as it has the best atmosphere and is nice and chilled. Favourite activity was the surfing and doing the optional activity of diving on gili T. I found it easy to come with the company, easy from the beginning to come to the first accommodation with the transfers. It’s great for those who haven’t travelled before as everything is sorted for you

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Bali Intro review

Just finished the 9 days Bali Intro tour and it was absolutely incredible. I’ve been able to see a lot in such a short amount of time, met amazing people and also learned a lot. Rachel was the sweetest, most caring and helpful group leader. Memories for a lifetime:)

I would recommend it to a friend travelling with this company. My favorite accommodation is Gili as its right by the beach and nice and clean. My favorite activity was dolphins, Balinese family visit and snorkelling day on Gili around the islands.

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Intro Bali was everything I wanted!

A very exciting experience. Even if you can only travel for the 9 days it is worth it to see the world this way. Our tour guide Andri was very welcoming and took the stress off of how to get from place to place and to instead just enjoy the journey. Bali was very beautiful and there is much to learn about the culture and life experiences that come from there. You make so many great connections with others that all want the same thing out of the trip and the feeling of that is beautiful. You get to see the culture and adventure of a new part of the world without the stress having to plan it all yourself.

  • Beautiful sights
  • Variety of food cuisines
  • Cultural education
  • Get ready to be tired but it’s worth it
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Intro travel 12 day tour

This tour was fantastic. The tour guide Andri was very friendly and helpful. It was easy to talk to Andri and he was able to relate to all of the people on the tour. All of the accommodations were excellent, especially the private villa. This was a great way to make new friends while travelling and provided us with amazing unique experiences. I would definitely recommend this tour to solo travellers and to those travelling in groups. Some highlights were Gili island, Ubud monkey forest, and snorkelling.

  • Friendship building
  • Unique experiences
  • Amazing activities
  • Wish it was longer


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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!


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?


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.