Early Bird Europe sale

Book by 31 October to save up to 10% off our range of 2018 European walking & cycling trips* - and more if you take advantage of the many attractive online airfare specials on offer at the moment.

The Early Bird comes just once a year and it is your only chance to save BIG on your dream trip to Europe, when you combine our deal with the best airfaire available.

Save 10% on trips valued under $2000 
Save 5% on trips valued $2001 or more 
Whether you prefer cycling or walking, 2-star or 4-star, small groups or self guided, land, river or sea – UTracks can help you to explore Europe exactly the way you want.

Use the Early Bird booking code UTEB2018 when booking online, or print it on your paper booking form.


  • The UTracks 2018 Early Bird offer entitles travellers to save 10%pp off selected UTracks and Sherpa Expeditions trips detailed on UTracks.com that are less than $2000pp, or 5% off for trips greater than $2000pp
  • The offer is valid for new bookings made between 25 September and 20 October
  • Payment in full is required at the time of booking for trips under $2000pp in order to receive the discount.
  • The offer is not valid on our Food Lover’s program and trips 20 days or over in duration.
  • The offer applies to the base cost of the tour only. Surcharges, supplements, child prices and any other additions are not eligible for the discount. 
  • Offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers in the market current or previous by UTracks or the World Expeditions Travel Group of companies. 
  • Offer is subject to availability
  • If booking a guided trip, the offer will apply except where minimum numbers have not been reached at the time of balance payment (70 days prior to trip start date).
  • Valid on tours departing in 2018 only
  • Offers cannot be redeemed in cash
  • Discounts will not be applied to your trip price when booking online; our staff will adjust your invoice accordingly once your trip services are all confirmed.
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