Our standard portfolio of post-communist destinations in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union encompasses pretty much everything you can imagine: there is hardly a region left outside our Eastern Bloc offer. There are, however, a few Warsaw-Pact destinations, that were not included in our standard tour offer either because of their extreme remoteness or - at the other end of the spectrum - for their hackneyed touristic nature. The first include the isolated and uninhabited islands of the Russian Arctic (such as Wrangel or Novaya Zemlya) the latter are mainstream Eastern European countries such as the three Baltic States (Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia), the Czech Republic, Poland, and Mongolia.
Admittedly, Latin America ain't our strongest point. However, being the wicked anti-tourist weirdos that we are, we have specialised ourselves in a bunch of off-the-radar South American countries, which we offer solely as private bespoke tours. In South America proper we are pioneering tourism in Venezuela (arguably one of our most daring destinations), Colombia (thanks Narcos® for the inspiration), Trinidad and Tobago (oh man that chocolate), and the three Guyanas (the least knowns bizarros in the American continent). Up north, in Central America and the Caribbeans, we offer tailored trips to Haiti (Voodoo rituals and tasty Creole cuisine), El Salvador (M13 prison tours and wild dancing parties), and Honduras (ancient ruins and paradisiac beaches).