From tuk tuks to traditional feluccas, our modes of transport are as varied as our tours.

Like most tour companies, we have clean, comfortable, air-conditioned vehicles. But our tour transportation offers so much more. How? Because we’ve held onto our small group philosophy to give you the best tour experience.

Since 2012 we have limited our group size to a maximum of 20 passengers, with some tours as low as 12. We still use spacious coaches throughout and our small group policy means there are always plenty of free seats on the coach. With room to spread out and take in the incredible views, it also provides appropriate space for social distancing throughout the vehicle.


Coach Seating Plan Example

bus seat layout


Many other small group tours will continue selling until their bus is full. This can mean all 49 seats are taken which leaves fewer chances to access window seats, creates challenges upon entry and exit of the vehicle, and puts passengers in close proximity to one another.


Interior of one of Bunnik Tours' tour transportation options, a coach, with plenty of free seats for all our guests


Unique Tour Transportation

As well as the standard spacious coaches, we like to mix it up because we believe it makes for a better holiday experience. After all, anybody can give you a coach tour, but for us it’s all about the experience! We travel on traditional boats in Vietnam, take a scenic train journey through the Swiss countryside, explore Ecuadorian rainforests in a traditional rustic-looking chiva bus and go on thrilling game drives in 4WDs on our Africa tours.


Tour transportation in Africa, a 4WD in a national park with a lioness standing next to the 4WD


And then there are times we don’t provide any transport at all! We leave the coach behind and wander through rural villages, explore hidden corners of the big cities and discover the magic of mother nature. For us the love of travel means getting out and actually experiencing the places we visit.

Learn more about our extensive use of varied transport and why it'll make for a better holiday.


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