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This is how the two touring companies match up against each other.
Globus is an escorted tour and travel company owned by Group Voyagers, Inc. that operates in almost 70 countries around the world. In addition to guided tours, Globus also provides many river cruises and independent travel packages. It is highly regarded in the industry for its customized itineraries, extensive selection of holiday destinations, and range of independent travel packages. However, Globus is not recommended for travelers on a tight budget. As it should be apparent from the website’s tagline “First Class Touring”, it is more expensive than many of its more value oriented contemporaries.
Cosmos is another international tour operator also owned by Group Voyagers that primarily operates in Europe although it has recently expanded to include destinations in North America, the Middle-East, South Asia, and North Africa. Although it is owned by the same parent company as Globus, Cosmos is for travelers looking for “affordable touring” as stated on its website. In fact, Cosmos holidays start as low as $77 a day making them very attractive for students and other price sensitive customers.
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