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Hot deals: Save on travel in Madagascar and Myanmar with G Adventures

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HIGHLIGHTS OF MADAGASCAR
May 4, 2019 | Trip code: DMHM

Lemurs, wild landscapes, village culture, beaches- Madagascar might be an island but there’s nothing small about it. For those who like to get remote, this isolated island is packed with wildlife, landscapes, and people you’ll find nowhere else. And everybody loves lemurs! You’ll get to embrace local life and still have time to relax at the beach. Best of all, there’s always a local Chief Experience Officer there to lead the way and provide a link to the unusual and extraordinary.

What’s included:

Community Guesthouse and Traditional Dinner in Fiadanana, Andasibe Indri Special Reserve guided walk, artisan workshop visit, traditional healer visit, paper factory visits, Anja Reserve walk, Isalo National Park visit, Internal flight, all transport between destinations and to/from included activities.

Hotels (12 nights), community guesthouse (1 night, multi-share).
1 breakfast, 1 lunch, 1 dinner

Private minibus, plane, walking

Chief Experience Officer (CEO), driver throughout, local guides.

For more information: https://www.gadventures.com.au/trips/highlights-of-madagascar/DMHM/?q=DMHM&ref=navsearch

Original price: AUD $2599

Reduced price: AUD $2080 (save 20% on May 4 departure).
To book: www.gadventures.com.au or call 1300 180 969

*Save AUD$566 on Classic Myanmar Adventure with G Adventures

CLASSIC MYANMAR ADVENTURE

April 20, 2019 | Trip code: ABCB

As a relative newcomer to adventure travel, exploring the mysterious nation of Myanmar (also known as Burma) often feels like setting foot on a foreign, untouched planet. With few other travellers to contend with, the natural and man-made wonders of this underexplored part of Southeast Asia often feel like they’ve been placed here just for you. And what wonders they are: Inle Lake’s unique floating gardens, the staggering imperial ruins of ancient Bagan, the incomparable palaces of Mandalay, and enveloping forests throughout.

What’s included:

Dinner at LinkAge Training Restaurant in Yangon (A ‘G for Good’ experience), Shwedagon Pagoda visit (Yangon), Mandalay combo entry ticket (includes most sights in Mandalay), Golden Rock visit, Reclining Buddha, Htauk Kyunt War memorial, Amarapura visit, Sagaing visit, Bagan Archaeological Zone guided tour, Inle Lake boat tour including floating villages (half-day), Shwemawdaw Stupa visit, Mingun boat trip, local slow train, U Bein Bridge visit, Mahagandayong Monastery visit, Sagaing Hills Meditation Centre visit, Mt Popa visit, hilltribe hike (half-day), internal flights, all transport between destinations and to/from included activities.

Hotels (13 nights).

13 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 1 dinner

Private bus, public bus, plane, boat, bicycle, walking

Chief Experience Officer (CEO) throughout, local guides

For more information: https://www.gadventures.com.au/trips/classic-myanmar-burma-adventure/ABCB/?ref=asearch

Original price: AUD$2829

Reduced price: AUD $2263 (reduction of 20% on April 20 departure).

Topdeck launch new 2019/20 Europe Winter Brochure

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Topdeck Travel has launched its new Europe Winter 2019/20 brochure with 10 per cent off on a select range of sell-out trips.

With savings of up to $656 available until 30th April 2019, travellers will have the chance to experience some of Europe’s most popular winter destinations.

From Skiing the Baltics to Christmas in Belgium, exploring ancient cities or having a short break, there is plenty of choice for all types of travellers, with 43 trips available.

Go here for more.

Scenic 2020 Earlybirds to Egypt, Jordan and Africa end soon

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There are less than six weeks remaining for guests to secure one of the exciting Earlybird offers on Scenic’s 2020 Egypt, Jordan and Africa departures.

Now is the time to take advantage of the amazing Scenic Early bird offers for 2020 bookings to Egypt and Jordan:

  • Free economy flights on any journey of 20 days or longer – a saving of up to $4,560 per couple
  • Partner Fly Free on any journey less than 14 days – saving of up to $2,145 per couple
  • Fly Business Class from only $5,495 per person on journeys of 20 days or longer
  • Solo travellers save up to $1,000 off the single supplement on selected categories of the Nile Cruise

You can also enjoy the benefit of Scenic Early bird offers for 2020 bookings to Africa including:

  • Partner flies free when booking the 23 day Grand African Safari
  • Book any journey of 12 days or longer and save up to $1400 per couple
  • Fly Business Class from only $4,995 per person when booking the 23 day Grand African Safari
  • Free flights when booking any Cape Town to Cairo and Jordan tours

Book by 28 February to receive the very best offers for departures in 2020.

On The Go Tours launches new year sales with 2-for-1 deals and more

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On The Go Tours, the award-winning tour operator specialising in locally-led group tours, are celebrating a new year of travel with huge sales such as 2-for-1 deals and up to 25 per cent off tours to over 17 destinations worldwide.

The offer is available on selected tours booked between January 22nd to March 10th 2019 and includes tours to Egypt, Africa, China, Sri Lanka, Turkey, Asia and more.

Go here for more.

Evergreen releases 2019/2020 Europe brochure

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Offering the best available pricing for 2019 and 2020 departures, Evergreen Cruises & Tours has released its latest European River Cruising brochure.

With itineraries ranging from eight to fifteen days, across France, Netherlands Germany, Austria, Hungary, down into Romania and across to Portugal, Evergreen invites guests on board its custom-built Emerald Waterways Star-Ships to discover the grand waterways of Europe.

8 Day Secrets of Douro, Porto to Porto. Includes: s six different towns and villages along the Douro River s a day tour to Salamanca s excursion to Côa Valley Museum s tour of baroque village of Lamego s city tour of Porto including the wine caves s dinner at Douro Valley wine estate  s onboard cocktail making lessons s and more

From $4,545 per person.

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