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Spa Tours

Usually centred around beautiful surroundings whether country retreat or pure city luxury, a spa break with a group of your nearest and dearest is often a rejuvenating experience in many ways.

It offers you a chance to relax, get pampered, a choice of treatments and some much-needed time for your group to further bond. We offer a refreshing choice of stunning venues to choose from.

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We can plan your activity based holiday to anywhere in the world. Whether it’s travelling India by train, fishing in Colorado, cycling in Greece or camping in New Zealand, we can make it happen for you.
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The team are brilliant to deal with; friendly, organised and very accommodating.

South Quay Travel have organised a number of trips away for us. Disneyland Paris being a highlight for us this year, they looked at many options to get this within a price range I knew our group would pay, fantastic value for money. Well done guys.

Neil King, Leisure Benefits Coordinator JL Cheadle, Didsbury & Trafford, John Lewis Partnership

The support we received was exceptional.

Thank you so much for a fantastic Numeracy trip to Disneyland Paris. The experience was excellent for all our pupils. They all enjoyed themselves enormously. We will certainly be booking again with South Quay Travel.

Graham Baird, Principal Teacher of Mathematics & Numeracy, St Luke's High School

We are all grateful for your effort in providing us with such an opportunity.

A superb trip. The hotel was great both in location, quality of facilities and the meals provided. The pacific anchorages cruise was the best for many on a luxury catamaran yacht that went the 12 miles or so out in to the Pacific Ocean to make sure we got to see every ship! Well done with all the plans and arrangements for this trip which meant for all of us it was a trip of a lifetime in every sense.

Stephen Marginson, Thames Ship Society