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Ultimo Italy – 8 Days

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Enrich your senses, with remarkable handpicked locations across 8 exhilarating nights, venturing along the iconic and less-trodden paths to give you a rich, authentic experience of Italy’s cultural treasures. Immerse yourself in Tuscany’s fine wines, the historical ruins of Rome, and the romance of Venice, staying in 4 and 5 star hotels.

From $4,790 twin share, guests will enjoy inclusions of 8 breakfasts, a Tuscan lunch, and a dinner, as well as guided tours, wine tastings, entrance fees to attractions like the Colosseum, and all land transport and airport transfers.

 

Visit USA Thanksgiving Celebrations

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Yesterday, Visit USA Australia Organisation celebrated Thanksgiving over breakfast with its members and guests at the O Bar and Dining offering stunning views over Sydney harbour. Definitely something to be thankful for…

Several guests went home with prizes from the likes of Delta Airlines, Utah, Las Vegas, Alamo but Kristy Meudell of Gate 7 was the lucky winner of a giant turkey.

Golfing Safari from Latitude 33

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South African Golfing Safari’ is an exclusive tour from Australia’s elite travel company, Latitude 33, offering discerning golfers quality golf getaway whilst soaking up some of the world’s most beautiful nature. Founder and owner of Latitude 33 – an extreme golf enthusiast designed the itinerary which includes the best golf courses in South Africa, and optional activities such as the safari drive in Kruger National Park, and explore the city of Cape Town. 

Deparing May 9 2017, this elite package is priced from $15, 378 per person twin share and includes return economy flights from Australia, 10 nights deluxe hotel accommodation with daily breakfast, nine nights’ accommodation aboard Rovos Rail, all meals and beverages on board, and much more

Travelmarvel’s Canada & Alaska Earlybird Offers

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Savvy travellers considering Canada & Alaska can snap up two-for-one airfares, air credits and discounts on business class and premium economy flights on selected Travelmarvel Canada & Alaska tours and dates, if they book before November 30. A two-for-one international airfare is available for travellers on the 21 day Canadian Wilderness & Alaska Cruise, with prices from $9,495 per person twin share. Travellers in search of a 2017 Christmas holiday can save $800 per couple on airfares on either the White Christmas Wonders or Christmas in Canada tours. Alternatively, two-for-one international flights are available on combined east and west coast tours such as the 28 day Highlights of Eastern & Western Canada with Alaska Cruise or the 20 day The Best of Canada tour.

Explore France for Less with Albatross Tours

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Book early and save $600 per couple on Albatross Tours’ exciting 16 day La Grande France tour. From Loire Valley, the Dordogne, Languedoc Roussillon, Provence and the French Riviera travellers will be seduced by the glorious chateaux, remarkable Canal du Midi and the sheer beauty of the Cote d’Azur. This fully escorted tour includes transoport in first class coach, 15 nights accomodation in authentic hotels, daily breakfast, 11 dinners, excursions and entrances as per the itinerary plus more. This tour is priced at only $7,098 per person twin share when booked and deposited by 15 January 2017. Tour departures are available between May and September 2017.

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