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    As travelers increasingly demand immersive interactions with local cultures, tour operators are working with restaurateurs, artisans and others to take their itineraries off the beaten path. Pictured here, guests of Canadian tour operator Beach Travellers at a community-run camp for rescued and disabled elephants in Thailand. Posted May 28, 2014

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    Beach Travellers guests hang gliding.

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    A local expert on a Trafalgar tour of Scotland.

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    During a Uniworld river cruise in the South of France, passengers have the option to go truffle hunting. TW photo by Michelle Baran

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    The Wuksachi Lodge in Sequoia National Park, where Globus invites its guests to do some stargazing.

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    Abercrombie & Kent guests with a local doctor at his clinic in China's Yunnan province.

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    On one of Trafalgar's Northern California itineraries, travelers might pop into Happy Girl Kitchen in Monterey.

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    Trafalgar travelers taking a cooking class in Florence.

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    Tented camps in Morocco provided by Abercrombie & Kent.

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    Viking River Cruises passengers have a meal with a local family in Russia. TW photo by Michelle Baran

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    New Orleans' Backstreet Museum is an option on Tauck tours. TW photo by Michelle Baran

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    A rickshaw ride on a recent Haimark trip through India. TW photo by Michelle Baran

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