Everything you need. And then some.
TRAVEL FOR EVERY GROUP STYLE
Whether you want to safari through South Africa, zipline above Costa Rican jungles, or see virtually every corner of Europe, we've got you covered.
ALL TRAVEL, NO HASSLE
Seeing the world should be spontaneous, fun, and exciting - not stressful. Which is why we obsessively plan every single detail, so you don't have to.
Drawing on our tight knit community of embedded insiders, each trip comes with behind-the-velvet-ropes access so you live like a local while traveling.
White glove, end-to-end trip curation - including exclusive tours and experiences, hidden hot spots and more to make finding where to eat, sleep, stay and play as easy as it gets.
ACCOMMODATION & CUISINE
Five star digs in beautiful, boutique spaces. Gourmet meals and exotic farmers markets, we tailor every last detail to your specific interests.
Group airport pickups, transport to all activities on the itinerary, and in-country flights where applicable so that your flock sticks together throughout the trip.
24/7 TRIP SUPPORT
From your in-country trip ambassador to our remote customer support team, we make sure your questions are answered and special circumstances are considered.
From Italy to Iceland, the Netherlands to Nepal, our group travel experiences highlight cultural epicenters around the world. All group travel trips include recommendations, city guides, and every detail to make your next trip the one of a lifetime.
Birdcage Travel was hatched in 1977 out of a love for travel by our founder Jim, who’d spend his summers between semesters at school backpacking and hitchhiking throughout Western Europe. What started as a small leisure travel agency in a retail shopping center named Birdcage Walk, a willingness to provide personal service, and a dogged determination, has through the years transformed into leisure, corporate and incentive travel. Our areas of expertise now include Western Europe (among many other destinations) - and to this day, we still live by our original slogan: “Large enough to serve, small enough to care.”