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Trouvaille Group Travel

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Trouvaille Group Travel


A sea-bound kingdom, the Isle of Man is an emerald of ancient structures, natural beauty, and vibrant modern life. With Celtic, Irish, Norwegian Viking and British influence sown through its long and fertile history, this 221 square mile haven has a captivating story to tell.

With Trouvaille's group travel tour, our story begins in the heart of the Island at Douglas, situated on the east coast. A vibrant Port town, and the Islands Captial, Douglas provides an ideal launching point for our carefully planned excursions. We embark upon our adventure with a stroll through the Manx Natural Heritage Museum. Their facinating collection spans 10,000 years of history with unique artifacts, treasures, films and interactive displays. You can immerse yourself in Celtic and Viking heritage as we get ready, over the next six days, to see for ourselves where history was made.

When you visit the Isle of Man with Trouvaille, we take care of just about everything. Included in our tour are all accomodations and transportation, all breakfasts and dinners, all tour and admission costs, tour gratuities and travel insurance. Plus we also provide a pre-trip planning support, a welcome package, 24/7 customer service and an expert host as a guide from arrival to departure.

The Isle of Man provides sights and experiences to suit a spectrum of interests. For the train or boat enthusiast, we visit local Railway and Nautical Museums, along with a ride on a Victorian Steam train dating from 1895. Castles, burial sites, and monuments from entirely different cultures are found remarkably close together.

This Island is rich with enduring structures from a bygone era, lush valleys, rugged coastlines and dramatic sunsets. Snaefell, or "Snow Mountain", is the islands highest peak. From there, you will experience a unique view of the seven kingdoms: England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Heaven, Mann and the Sea. On day four of our exciting tour, we take the electric railway to the Snaefell summit to savour a sunset dinner.

To the Southeast of the island discover The Braaid, meaning "homestead". Here, an Iron Age roundhouse and two Norse long houses sit side by side representing its occupation until the 11th or 12th century AD in the parish of Marown.  To the Northeast, the Kirk Maughold Church is the oldest on the Island founded in 447 A.D. by Celtic St Maughold who was expelled from Ireland by St Patrick and landed here towards the end of the 5th century. Perched on rolling hills by the sea, the Church has been a silent witness to the unfolding drama that marks this remarkable island's history. See a rare collection of original Celtic and Viking burial crosses amidst verdant views. These are just a few of the trasures you will disover on our seven-day small group tour. You can review each day with our detailed itinerary.

Connect yourself to the world with Trouvaille!

From backyards to destinations across the U.S and around the world, we help you truly connect with the beauty, diversity, history, cultures and fabulous food on our planet. Personalized, small group, hosted travel that takes you from  Isle of Man adventures in Europe to Polynesian adventures in the South Pacific, rainforest hikes in the Carribean, heartland tours in Ireland and a foodie-inspired long weekend in Maine - and so much more: Trouvaille helps you expand, explore, and connect! Take the leap, expand your horizons and become a Trouvaille Traveler!

Trouvaille is a small group travel experience company that focus on immersive, curated adventures for people who want to get more out of their travels. By providing truly unique itineraries, expert hosts exciting destinations, small groups (20 people or less) and travel options around the world, we are working to redefine what it means to travel. Our travel experiences are also nearly or completely all-inclusive at our selection of destinations around the world.


"Truly outstanding! I have been fortunate to have traveled quite a bit, but i have not experienced this level of service. From the initial stages of planning, to the actual amazing and unique trip, i am super pleased with the Trouvaille team and all that you offer! Booking again soon, and i look forward to me next adventure with you!" T.Klein, Tucson, AZ.

"We had an amazing time, i would recommend Trouvaille to anyone interested in having an experience of a lifetime" K. Arnett, DeWitt, IA.

"As someone who loves to travel, i am thrilled to have discovered Trouvaille. Not only do they provide the personalized service i want, but their attention to every detail and determination to enhance and maximise the entire experience far exceeds my expectations. Trouvaille is truly my go-to small group travel company!" K.Macdough, Tucson, AZ.


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* Our travel experience to the Isle of Man occurs during a summer week every year, usually in July. We also create custom IOM travel experiences for any group of five or more people throughout the year. Contact Trouvaille at for a quote or more information.

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