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Natural Focus Safaris – South America 2016/17

The 2016 South America brochure has additional
tours in Mexico, some new cruise vessels in the
Galapagos and Peruvian Amazon, as well as a luxury
train journey in Ecuador aboard Tren Crucero, which
chugs between the Andes and the coast. The offering
in Mexico has expanded with an eight-day exploration
of the Yucatan Peninsula and new ships in the
Galapagos include the 16-pax catamaran Petrel and
the luxurious yacht, the Origin.

Posted: Mon 14 Mar 16



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Norwegian Cruise Line 2014


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APT – China 2013


Luke Nguyen takes APT to China’s Yunnan Province   Yunnan Province has been added to APT’s broadened choice of small group China tours next year through a tour inspired by Luke Nguyen’s Greater Mekong television series.


Posted: Wed 09 Mar 11

Russian Travel Centre – Maggie goes to Russia


Russian Travel Centre – Maggie goes to Russia This new brochure entitled Flavours of Russia contains all necessary information about the fully escorted group tour departing 7 September 2011 for 12 days/11 nights.


Posted: Tue 13 Dec 11

Helen Wong’s Tours – Vietnam 2012/13


A Mekong cruise from Vietnam to Cambodia has been added to Helen Wong’s Tours’ expanded Vietnam program for 2012-2013 along with an overnight stay on board a junk in Halong Bay, a culinary tour, an itinerary for families and a tour to Vietnam’s demilitarised zone.


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