Inghams has put its summer 2022 programme on sale, with prices frozen at 2021 levels until 12 April.
It features a range of sightseeing, walking, nature, wellness and cultural getaways across Europe and Canada.
Joe Ponte, chief executive of Inghams parent Hotelplan UK, said customers were booking longer summer 2021 breaks to make up for time lost under Covid lockdown, adding the company wanted to extend people’s freedom to do this into summer 2022.
"This could suggest people are looking for ways to get more out of a holiday abroad post-pandemic," said Ponte.
In Europe, Inghams is offering breaks to Austria, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Norway, Slovenia and Switzerland on deposits of £150pp.
A three-night hiking trip to Mayrhofen, Austria, staying at the five-star Elizabeth Hotel leads in from £758pp half-board (two sharing), departing Manchester on 1 June 2022.
Alternatively, a three-night stay at the 4.5-star Grand Hotel Toplice on the shores of Lake Bled, Slovenia, leads in from £599pp (two sharing), departing Luton on 14 September 2022.
Inghams is taking final summer 2021 balance just four weeks prior to departure, and is charging no amendment fees to move a summer 2021 holiday to a later date before the balance is due.