Tauck Celebrates 850th Trip Since Resuming Operations in JAN

This week, Tauck celebrated its 850th trip since it resumed operations back in JAN 2021. Guests travelling aboard the line’s Antarctica sailing were treated to a surprise champagne toast in celebration of the milestone. “It’s easy to forget that less than a year ago, 100 per cent of our tours and cruises were still paused due to Covid, and that it wasn’t until JAN and FEB of this year that we resumed operations with our first departures of a single itinerary, our Wonderland: Yellowstone in Winter trip,” said Tauck CEO Dan Mahar. “We’re celebrating not only our 850th departure, but also the fact that we’ve successfully operated 96 different journeys in 36 countries on five continents around the world.”

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