DELTA TOURS is a Destination Management Company, founded 1991, operating in the Baltic States – Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia – and in the neighboring countries: Finland, Russia (St. Petersburg and Kaliningrad Region), Belarus, Poland.

We are specialized in full spectrum of tours – from the biggest global series involving multi-destinations to one-off leisure groups, special interest tours, incentives and luxury travel business. We are all about creativity, talent and competence – the single most important elements that identify excellence from mediocrity. During the years of hard work with attention to every detail, our creative and flexible stuff gained our clients’ confidence.

Our main goal is to adapt changing travelers needs and to exceed them by fulfilling all five human senses – not only to see the country, but as a local to taste, to hear, to smell and to touch it.

Awarded as most sustainable tour operator in Lithuania DELTA TOURS is justifying the name by strongly following the concept, which is:

  • offering accommodation in ecologically friendly hotels, boutique family run hotels, eco-friendly farms, restored manor houses and windmills, glamping spots.
  • suggesting walking, hiking, cycling, canoeing and using green vehicles like eco coaches, trains, fishermen’s boats, hot air ballooning etc.
  • arranging active programs in the nature, visiting the national parks, UNESCO heritage objects, as well as acquaintance with old crafts, meetings with the locals, tasting traditional dishes prepared according to old recipes, participating in local traditional Baltic countries festivals.
Being located in Kaunas we are happy to announce that our city has been elected and will become a spotlight of Europe next year: the European Capital of Culture 2022. It is an invitation to discover and reveal the uniqueness of the place, to strengthen the connection with other European cultures and to discover them in Kaunas. The entire time remaining until the next year is a journey of Kaunas from the temporary capital (1919-1940) to contemporary one, leading us towards the grand celebration in 2022. 
To read more: www.kaunas2022.eu