Fascinating (and hilarious) photos show how travel was in the & # 39; 70s & # 39; 80s with Contiki


Contiki currently employs modern coaches (pictured)

Contiki's current coach fleet is state-of-the-art.

The company says: & # 39; Contiki's fleet of super-slim coaches comes with the benefit of air-conditioning, reclining seats, a bathroom, a club competing sound system and TVs. They are also Euro 6 coaches, the most environmentally friendly in Europe.

& # 39; The engines use a product called Adblue to convert hazardous vapors into a mixture of water and nitrogen that is harmless to the environment – meaning in some areas, air from Contiki's engines coaches are actually cleaner than the air that enters. & # 39;

Contiki offers & # 39; more than 350 trips across six continents & # 39;

Contiki describes itself as & # 39; the world leaders in travel experiences for 18-35 & # 39; s & # 39 ;.

It offers & # 39; more than 350 trips across six continents (Europe, USA & Canada, Asia, Latin America, Australia & New Zealand, Africa & the Middle East) & # 39; including Contiki Cares experiences.

The company says: & # 39; We bring travelers from all corners of & # 39; a world together to discover new cultures and a small part of themselves along the way.

& # 39; And giving our travelers the chance to make their travel business is at the heart of & # 39; e Contiki experience, which is why we have a range of recorded sustainable travel experiences built into our travels around the world. & # 39;

Examples include a Berlin Refugee Voices Tour and visits to the Al Amir Women Cooperative Iraq in Amman.

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