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Tempo Holidays give more reason to celebrate

Tempo Holidays have announced they are extending the sale on a selection of their Spain coach tours until the 28 Feb 2017. Uncover the festive spirit of Spain and save up to AU$120 // NZ$128 per person with 10% off plus solo travellers can save up to AU$420 // NZ$447 per person with no single supplements.

There’s a reason ‘fiesta’ is one of the best-known words in the Spanish language. The food and wine is renowned worldwide and with good reason, as is the scenery, art, architecture and history.

From the snow-capped Pyrenees to the sun-baked plains of Andalucía, the wildly beautiful cliffs of the Atlantic northwest to the charming coves of the Mediterranean, every corner gives cause for celebration.

Take advantage of this incredible deal with the bonus of English speaking only tours and guaranteed departures.

 

Scandinavia just got a whole lot cheaper

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G Adventures has launched discounts on all three of its Norway expedition cruises, offering 15 to 25 per cent off the once-in-a-lifetime adventures for Australian and New Zealand travellers.

The adventure operator is encouraging travellers to book early on the trips, which depart in May 2017 to secure their preferred itinerary, date and cabin category.

Adrian Piotto, Managing Director G Adventures Australia and New Zealand, says travelling Norway by ship is one of the best and most cost-effective ways to see the country.

“Norway has long been popular with travellers from New Zealand and Australia because of the natural wonders the country has to offer. It is a stunning part of the world, and perfectly fitted for expedition cruising. These new itineraries offer travellers even more ways to explore Norway and with the added discounts it’s a budget friendly way to tick off a bucket list destination,” he said.

On board the G Expedition, travellers have the benefit of seeing the fjords in comfort, with G Adventures’ team of expert expedition guides there to provide a greater understanding of the nature and wildlife in the area.

 

Butterfield & Robinson inspires travellers to explore Australia

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Butterfield & Robinson, the world’s premier active travel company, has reintroduced Australia to its portfolio with the unveiling of four, brand new active adventures, including a Sydney experience which is tailored to families. The trips are designed to immerse guests into Australia’s rich colonial history, spectacular scenery, stellar food and wine scene, and relaxed culture.

Travellers can head to the untouched land and stunning landscapes of Tasmania; venture into the South Australian Outback for a quintessential Australian experience or explore the beautiful and charming city of Sydney. Alternatively, travellers can take on one trip in all three destinations for an opulent adventure through one of the world’s most diverse continents.

 

Ormina Tours Best Selling Italy Tour 2017

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Delivering the perfect blend of Italy’s finest mainland attractions, Highlights of Italy features the vibrancy of its iconic cities, the tranquillity of the Lake District, the beauty of the Riviera and the splendour of Tuscany’s winding roads, hilltop towns and vineyards.

Designed over 14 leisurely days, travelling in carefree comfort by deluxe transport and in 4 and 5 star hotels, the tour offers a delicious blend of popular sites, secret treasures and unforgettable experiences.
From cruising on Lake Como, walking between the hilltop towns in Cinque Terre or wine tasting in Montalcino, every day will be an absolute highlight.

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