Travel Further A Field; PROMOTIONAL BROCHURE

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Travel Further A Field; PROMOTIONAL BROCHURE


The idea of spending days travelling to and from a destination might seem like a contradiction in terms, given the overriding theme of this supplement is adventures of a lifetime, but there was one familiar adage that sprung to mind as we made our selections this month - all the best things come to those who wait.

From South African safari to the wonders of China; the stunning beauty of Vietnam and Cambodia to the sparkling waters and stunning beaches of Australia and New Zealand. If you want to experience a completely different way of life, and witness a world completely not as you know it, then these two pages offer precisely that.

South Africa

16 days from PS2,299pp

Selected departures from September to November 2014 and January to April 2015

See the heart of South Africa, exploring its history, wildlife, scenery and cities. With its spectacular scenery and wildlife, unique history and iconic cities, South Africa offers an unforgettable experience.

Our price includes return flights from London Heathrow; bed-and-breakfast accommodation in three and fourstar hotels plus five meals; flight to the Garden Route; Kruger National Park safari; Zulu War battlefields tour; Swaziland scenic drive; stay in the Winelands; visits to Cape of Good Hope and Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens; visit to Apartheid Museum; visit to Blyde River Canyon; option to overnight in a safari camp; tour manager services.

From price based on January 7, 2015 from London Heathrow.

Holiday code r011

To book, please call 0844 472 3147

Vietnam and Cambodia

16 days from PS2,059pp

Selected departures from May to November 2014 and January to April 2015

Take our escorted tour into the heart of captivating Vietnam and stay in the beautiful capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh. Visit the ancient city of Angkor in Cambodia, tour Hanoi by rickshaw, cruise the limestone archipelago of Halong Bay, a visit to the awe-inspiring Citadel and Forbidden City in Hue, stay in Saigon, visiting the fascinating CuChi tunnels and enjoy a full-day tour and cruise along the mighty Mekong River delta.

Our price includes return flights; 15 nights' accommodation; touring itinerary as described; services of a tour manager. From price is based on April 10, 2015 from London Gatwick.

Holiday code r014

To book, please call 0844 472 3147

Japan - Land of the Rising Sun

13 days from PS2,799pp

Selected departures from July to November 2014 and March to May 2015

Japan - an ancient culture of emperors, fierce shoguns, samurais and brutal martial arts, but also a place of gentle geishas, colourful kimonos, exquisite garden design and Zen Buddhism. You'll visit Tokyo, Nikko National Park, ride on the bullet train, tour Kyoto and Nara and have the opportunity to learn origami and traditional Japanese flower arranging.

Our price includes return flights; ten nights' four-star bedand-breakfast accommodation plus three meals; touring itinerary as described; services of a tour manager.

From price based on May 5, 2015 from London Gatwick.

Holiday code r236

To book, please call 0844 472 3147

California and the Golden West

15 days from PS1,659pp

Selected departures from June to November 2014

An outstanding tour exploring the western USA's world-famous National Parks, intriguing Native Indian history, amazing desert landscapes, lush forests, the lofty peaks of the Sierra Nevada and a host of its unique cities. Spend three nights in cosmopolitan San Francisco, enjoy guided tours of Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco, visit and stay in glitzy Las Vegas. You'll also have the chance to experience the stunning beauty of the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, and Yosemite National Park as well as a visit to Monument Valley.

Our price includes return flights; three and four-star accommodation; touring itinerary as described; services of a tour manager. …

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