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Journey across Northern India

DISCOVER the rich heritage and diverse cultural influences of India with the Grand Tour of Northern India from Cox and Kings.

This 14-day luxury escorted small group journey explores three diverse regions, with highlights including the holy city of Varanasi, the intricately carved temples at Khajuraho, the iconic Taj Mahal, Jodhpur's blue-washed houses and Udaipur's beautiful lakes and palaces.

Departing from Delhi, the tour starts from $2883 per person, twin-share, valid for sale and travel until March 18, 2012.

Contact your travel agent or Cox and Kings on 1300836764 or reservations@coxandkings.com.au.

Turkey gulet cruise

Cruise in a 12-passenger gulet for eight days along Turkey's Carian Coast from just $278 per person with Transglobal Destinations.

The price includes cabin with private bathroom and all meals for the April-October season next year. Contact Transglobal Destinations on 1300552848, or see www.transglobaldestinations.com.au.

Peru adventure discount

Tempo Holidays is taking 25% off the first 50 bookings made for its Best of Peru adventure.

Now priced from $2310 per person twin-share, this 15-day journey explores one of Latin America's most popular destinations including the Lost City of the Incas Machu Picchu, the ancient capital Cuzco and Lake Titicaca.

The deal applies to the first 50 bookings made and deposited by November 30, valid for travel November 1, 2010, to April 30, 2011.

Contact 1300558987 or info@tempoholidays.com.

Cruising a peaceful oasis

Think paradise and a peaceful oasis in a tumultuous region.

This is where the sailing ship Star Flyer is heading for a five-month season, cruising the pristine waters of Central America.

Ports of call are Isla de Coiba, Golfito, Isla del Cano, Drake Bay, Quepos, the Curu Wildlife Refuge and Tortuga Island.

Email starclippers@creativecruising.com.au



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