Thursday, 31 May 2012

Hello Everyone. I'm away for a couple of days and won't be able access a computer. Will be back on Moday 4th June.


Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Royal Fever onboard Hebridean Princess this June

With The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee just around the corner, Hebridean Island Cruises' (www. 01756704704) is celebrating all things royal this summer.

Guests onboard the nine-night North to Orkney and Home From The North cruises will pay a special visit to The Queen Mother’s former holiday home, the Castle and Gardens of Mey, situated on the north coast of Caithness.

Guests can follow in The Queen’s royal footsteps as the ship calls at Scrabster –the port of choice when The Queen and her family visited the Castle of Mey aboard the former Royal Yacht Britannia every August.
North to Orkney, from £4,800 per person (based on two people sharing an outside cabin), departs from Oban and calls at Gairloch, Loch Eriboll, Scrabster, Kirkwall, Stronsay, Papa Westray, Westray, Stromness, Helmsdale and Invergordon. Price based on a 27 June 2012 departure.

Home From The North, from £3,440 per person (based on two people sharing an inside cabin), departs from Invergordon and calls at Helmsdale, Kirkwall, Skara Brae, Scrabster, Loch Eriboll, Stornoway, Skye, Rum, Glenmore and Oban. Priced based on a 15 July 2012 departure.
Prices include all meals, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, shore excursions and gratuities and all relevant cruise taxes/fees, free parking and transfers to ship or domestic flights/train travel.

For more information and to book visit or call 01756 704 704.

Tuesday, 29 May 2012

Arctic cruising for under £63 per day

Don’t let the sun go down on you

Head to Norway this summer to see the midnight sun where the sun never sets with Voyages of Discovery (0844 822 0820 / from just £999 per person.

See the natural phenomenon on a journey into the Arctic Circle and make the most of the 24 hours of daylight on the 16-day cruise Spitsbergen and North Cape, experiencing the majestic fjords and mountains and the opportunity to visit a Sami Camp and meet the Arctic indigenous people.

The Spitsbergen and North Cape cruise starts from £999 per person. Price includes a 16-day voyage departing from Harwich (UK) and calling at Trondheim (Norway), Leknes (Norway), Honningsvag (Norway), cruising Magdalenafjord (Spitsbergen ), Ny-Alesund (Spitsbergen), Longyearbyen (Spitsbergen), Barentsburg (Spitsbergen), Tromso (Norway) and Bergen (Norway) before returning to Harwich (UK). Cruise departs on 13 June 2012.

The price includes all gratuities, service charges and port/airport taxes, complimentary car parking, a comprehensive Guest Speaker programme and all meals and entertainment on-board.

For more information and to book call 0844 822 0820, visit, Facebook or follow Voyages of Discovery on Twitter - @Voyagediscovery and view online at

Monday, 28 May 2012

The HANSEATIC and the BREMEN Provide Up-Close Voyages Through Pristine Alaska

• Two expeditions operated in English/ German in summer 2012 and summer 2013
• Spectacular landscapes and wild, unspoilt nature
• Home of bears, whales and bald eagles
Deep fjords, snow-covered mountains, endless forests and shimmering glaciers, make the spectacular landscape of the biggest state of the USA an unforgettable expedition. Hapag-Lloyd Cruises offers two expedition trips through Alaska in Summer 2012 and Summer 2013 on board the MS HANSEATIC and the MS BREMEN. The HANSEATIC, the world’s only 5-star expedition ship and the BREMEN, a 4-star expedition ship, according to the 2012 Berlitz Guide to Cruising and Cruise Ships, were created to provide intensive exploration in the most elegant surroundings for a maximum of 184 guests on the HANSEATIC and 164 guests on the BREMEN.
Summer 2012: The HANSEATIC sets sail in July 2012 through the legendary Inside Passage of Alaska, considered one of the most beautiful waterway passages in the world. Guests can experience the following optional excursions on this trip: a glacier flight, a dogsled trip, a boat trip and hike in the rainforest, a helicopter flight over the glaciers and a ride with the historic White Pass & Yukon Route Railway. Guests will encounter Tracy Arms along the route, a secret known only to insiders and perhaps Alaska's most beautiful fjord, with fabulous views of her steep rock walls. The HANSEATIC will also travel through the Kingdom of Bears and Bald Eagles, where guests may be able to catch sight of whales and sea lions in an impressive natural setting. Additionally, an excursion to Tongass National Park will offer guests insight into the flora and fauna of the largest national park in the USA.
Trip Details: From July 14-20, 2012, from Seward/Alaska to Vancouver/Canada, rates for this itinerary start at EUR 6,714/ GBP 4,700/ USD 8,060 per person.
Summer 2013: The BREMEN set sails for Alaska in June 2013, with a shorter trip through the Inside Passage, highlighting more of the Alaskan islands along the route. Guests will be able to observe colonies of fur seals, while kittiwakes and guillemots circle the seemingly endless sky over the solitary waters on this itinerary. Guests may also catch a glimpse of the impressive bald eagle along the route. An optional excursion to Dutch Harbour is also offered, where passengers can visit the oldest Russian Orthodox church in North America. The BREMEN will get close to the wonders of Alaska, in Amalik and Kukak Bays, where powerful brown bears hunt for food. An overwhelming world of ice awaits guests in front of the still active Hubbard Glacier, as well as magnificent landscape views and whale spotting when the BREMEN sails through the Inian Pass. This voyage concludes with two days through British Columbia’s Inside Passage.
Trip Details: From June 19-July 7, 2013, from Nome/Alaska to Vancouver/Canada, rates for this itinerary start at EUR 7,320/ GBP 5,710/ USD 8,790 per person.

For more information on Hapag-Lloyd Cruises’ exciting destinations and itineraries visit

Friday, 25 May 2012

Cruise from just £56 per person per day
Join Voyages of Discovery ( / 0844 822 0820) for a selection of summer cruises from as little as £56 per person per day.
The D-Day, Normandy, Dunkirk and Beyond cruise starts from £499 per person. Price includes an 9-day voyage departing from Portsmouth (UK) and calling at Cherbourg (France), St Peter Port (Guernsey, Channel Islands), Rouen (France) – overnight, Dunkirk (France), Heligoland (Germany), IJmuiden (Netherlands) before arriving at Harwich (England). Cruise departs on 5 June 2012.
The Spitsbergen and North Cape cruise starts from £999 per person. Price includes a 16-day  voyage departing from Harwich (UK) and calling at Trondheim (Norway), Leknes (Norway), Honningsvag (Norway), cruising Magdalenafjord (Spitsbergen ),  Ny-Alesund  (Spitsbergen), Longyearbyen (Spitsbergen),Barentsburg (Spitsbergen), Tromso (Norway)  and Bergen (Norway) before returning to  Harwich (UK). Cruise departs on 13 June 2012.
The price includes all gratuities, service charges and port/airport taxes, a comprehensive Guest Speaker programme, all meals and entertainment on-board and complimentary car parking at Harwich is available*. No single supplements apply on both cruises.
For more information and to book call 0844 822 0820, visit,Facebook or follow Voyages of Discovery on Twitter - @Voyagediscovery  and view online

Thursday, 24 May 2012

Sailing into Small ports

Those tired of arriving in port to find it crammed with giant ships and several thousand cruise passengers swarming all over town should consider cruising on a smaller ship with access to less crowded and more remote destinations.
Tall ship sailing specialist Star Clippers sails itineraries that feature wonderfully off-the-beaten-track ports and anchorages, some so remote they are visited by no other ships, others accessible only to sailing ships like the company’s three graceful full-rigged tall ships.
Small ports in the Mediterranean
Ponza, Italy Visited by wealthy Italian weekenders who have homes there but otherwise unspoiled and rarely touched by the larger cruise lines. There are plenty of authentic bars and restaurants in the pretty town. Featured on Royal Clipper’s Rome-Rome itineraries throughout Summer 2012
Dalyan River, Turkey An anchorage attracting only the smallest ships. Take a flat-bottomed boat ride along the river, which is lined by reed beds, to see spectacular Lycean tombs cut into the rocks above, while keeping an eye out for the turquoise flash of a kingfisher. The excursion here includes a stop at a natural outdoor thermal pool with therapeutic mud baths. Featured on Star Clipper’s Southern Cyclades itineraries throughout Summer 2012
Hvar, Croatia Famous among the yachting fraternity but not visited by many cruise ships, other than very small or very upmarket vessels. Hvar is one of the smartest marinas along the Croatian coast, with a great nightlife scene in summer. Stony beaches mean the water is crystal clear, with some wonderful swimming spots from tiny, pine-fringed beaches. Featured on Royal Clipper’s Venice-Rome itineraries throughout Summer 2012
Limnos, Greece As sleepy as a Greek island as you could hope to get, with decent swimming and snorkeling and a laid-back town overlooked by an amazing ruined castle, with extensive battlements snaking over the mountaintop.Featured on Star Clipper’s Yachtsman’s Paradise itineraries on June 23 and August 18, 2012
Monemvasia, Greece A fortified medieval town clinging to a towering hunk of rock that’s linked to the mainland by a causeway. Cross the causeway and climb the path to the upper town, a maze of narrow, cobbled streets, and the fortress for amazing views.  Featured on Star Clipper’s Northern Cylades itineraries throughout Summer 2012.
Small ports in the Baltic
Halmstad, Sweden A small port along Sweden’s Golden Coast lying amidst a maze of islands and rocks deeply indented by the sea and a favourite haunt of the sailing and fishing-addicted Swedes. Featured on Star Flyer’sWarnemunde to Oslo itinerary, August 12, 2012
Marstand, Sweden: Another popular sailing spot, the coast dotted with tiny, wooded islands and quiet anchorages. Setting for Sweden’s Match Cup Sailing Week, Marstrand is a small island, a ten-minute ferry ride from themainland, and only non-motorized vehicles are allowed. It’s guarded by a 17th century fortress and is home to some surprisingly smart boutique hotels and places to eat. Featured on Star Clipper’s Oslo-Copenhagen itinerary, May 26, 2012
Small ports in the Caribbean and Central America
Ile des Saintes : A beautiful anchorage off the coast of Guadeloupe, only accessible to the smallest ships. There’s a tiny town, with some waterfront shops and bars and surprisingly chic and arty shops, and a crescent-shaped beach half an hour’s walk across the saddle of a hill. Featured on Royal Clipper’s Windward Islands voyages from November 2012 to March 2013.
Saba The smallest island in the Netherlands Antilles group, Saba is the remains of a dormant volcano, jutting abruptly out of the blue Caribbean Sea. This little known speck of land, with only 1,500 residents, is both remote and romantic, favoured by divers and honeymooners.  Featured on Star Clipper’s Leeward Islands voyages throughoutWinter 2013. 
Isla Iguana, Panama An exquisite beach on a tiny island populated by frigate birds, lizards and butterflies. Thesnorkeling is superb and there are no facilities at all, which keeps it free from litter and tourists. Take a walk through the rainforest to the more exposed side of the island, where there’s a frigate bird hatchery. Featured on Star Flyer’s Costa Rica to Panama itinerary, March 24, 2013
To book a Star Clippers tall ship cruise, call 0845 200 6145 or visit

Wednesday, 23 May 2012

Alaska Cruises

 Responding to the trend of last minute summer vacation bookings, small ship cruise expert AdventureSmith Explorations just announced that there is still good availability on many of the company’s summer cruises in Alaska. In past years, by mid-May remaining space is usually at a premium. With a slow economy however, consumers benefit with an increase in availability, cruise options and even booking incentives.

For true adventurers looking for a more active small ship Alaska Cruise:

-Explore Northern Passages and Glacier Bay aboard the newly refurbished 76-guest Wilderness Explorer. Eight days from $3,095 per person, double.

-Enjoy SE Alaska and Glacier Bay National Park on Discoverer’s Glacier Country eight day cruise aboard the newly refurbished 86-passenger Safari Endeavour from $4,795 per person, double occupancy.

For clients seeking easy adventure aboard a small ship AdventureSmith suggests:

-Inside Passage Sojourn aboard the 42-guest Alaskan Dream combines easy wilderness cruising with visits to Alaska's popular ports and authentic Tlingit villages. Eight day cruises priced from $4,299 per adult, double. Children age 15 and younger get 30% off.

-Glacier Bay & Island Adventure aboard the 78-guest Admiralty Dream offers six day cruises beginning at $1,749 and eight day cruises from $2,295 per person, double. Third person and/or children 15 and younger receive 30% off double occupancy rate. A current promotion offers savings of up to 30% on select departures.

-Join an Alaska Island Spirit cruise aboard the 32-guest Island Spirit for a combination of nature, wilderness and authentic port stops. Nine day cruises begin at $4,995 per person, double. Kids under 16 cruise ‘two for the price of one’ on dedicated family departures. Current special: Save $1,000 per person on select departures.

For intimate yet active yacht explorations AdventureSmith suggests:

-The active Inside Passage cruise aboard the 12-guest Pacific Catalyst was named a National Geographic Magazine Top 50 Tour of a Lifetime. Seven day cruises start at $3,850 per person, double.

-A six day Glacier Bay Adventure Cruise aboard 12-guest Sea Wolf is priced at $3,800 per person, double. Book now and save $300 pp on select departures.

Tuesday, 22 May 2012

St Helena visitors on the rise with the best yet to come

The remote South Atlantic island of St Helena continues to prosper with visitor figures rising by three per cent in 2011, according to latest statistics released by St Helena Tourism. Overall, 2,177 visitors were brought to St Helena’s shores in 2011 by the 128-berth passenger/cargo vessel, the RMS St Helena, currently the only regular means of accessing the island.

The UK remains the second largest source of tourists (behind South Africa, the nearest mainland to the island), accounting for 33 per cent of all tourists to the destination. With construction underway for the island’s very first airport, expected to be operational by December 2015, tourism is forecast to grow.

In addition to passengers brought ashore by the RMS St Helena, cruise ship arrivals are also rising. Seven cruise ships called at St Helena in 2011/12 bringing over 2,800 passengers ashore, compared to 1,600 passengers in 2010/11.

A recent survey conducted by the tourist board, reported positive satisfaction levels among cruise visitors, with over 90% of visitors rating their visit as ‘good’ or ‘excellent’ with people describing St Helena as ‘a place to rival Eden’. An encouraging 92% said they would recommend the island to their friends. Highlights mentioned including Jacob’s Ladder, the Napoleonic sites and Plantation House – residence of the island’s Governor and home to Jonathan the tortoise – reputed to be the oldest living animal in the world.

For more information on St Helena visit Join the official St Helena facebook page at:  

Monday, 21 May 2012

InnerSea Discoveries’ and American Safari Cruises’ New Ships

Sporting new hull colors, interior spaces, furnishings and amenities, the 86-guest Safari Endeavour and 76-guest Wilderness Explorer emerged from major renovation projects on May 18, 2012 for a dual-boat christening event in Seattle and a summer season of un-cruise adventures in Alaska. InnerSea Discoveries/American Safari Cruises operates three expedition vessels and three yachts in scenic destinations including Alaska, Mexico’s Sea of Cortés, Pacific Northwest and the Hawaiian Islands.

The 86-guest Safari Endeavour joins American Safari Cruises’ upscale fleet of yachts—all with navy blue hulls and exceptional comfort and refined atmosphere on board. 

The 76-guest Wilderness Explorer, now painted with InnerSea Discoveries’ signature forest green hull, joins the active adventure fleet in Alaska this summer. The Safari Endeavour will sail weeklong, inclusive luxury adventure cruises in Alaska roundtrip Juneau from June to August. Guests enjoy the luxury of two days exploring inside Glacier Bay National Park with opportunities to hike and kayak with park rangers. Seven theme cruises feature guest presenters or performers and a $518 per couple travel credit commemorating the christening of the vessel May 18. From November through April, the Safari Endeavour sails weeklong Baja’s Bounty adventures in Mexico’s Sea of Cortés.

The Wilderness Explorer sails weeklong active adventure cruises in Alaska between Juneau and Sitka (and reverse) from June through August. The itinerary includes three full days exploring inside Glacier Bay National Park including the lesser visited but equally spectacular East Arm with McBride Glacier and Muir Glacier.

Un-cruise fares in Alaska start at US$4,795 aboard the Safari Endeavour and US$3,095 aboard the Wilderness Explorer, per person based on double occupancy. Adventure activities are included on both boats: hiking, kayaking, skiff excursions, whale watching, paddle boarding. Yachts and expedition vessels can be booked as a private charter or by individual stateroom. To book an un-cruise adventure or to request additional information, contact your travel agent or American Safari Cruises at 888-862-8881 or email

Sunday, 20 May 2012

Toast the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee at sea

Join Swan Hellenic’s ( / 0844 822 0679) mv Minerva for a special Diamond Jubilee celebration at sea, from £2,185 per person (based on two people sharing an inside cabin).
Guests on-board the 16-day St. Petersburg and the Baltic cruise will be able to pay tribute to Her Majesty The Queen’s 60 year reign with a delicious three-course jubilee themed gala dinner including ‘Fresh Turbot with Champagne Cream Sauce and Caviar topped with Scottish Lobster Beignet’ and ‘Black Angus Beef Filet Wellington with Sauce Perigudine’.
The onboard entertainment will also be focused around the Jubilee with ‘A Right Royal Quiz’ and a special performance of ‘Theatre Royal’ from the Shakespeare Revue Company, enacting some of the Queen’s favourite shows from across the years.
The St. Petersburg and the Baltic cruise departs from Portsmouth (UK) and calls at the Kiel Canal (Germany), Ronne (Denmark), Visby (Sweden), Stockholm (Sweden), St. Petersburg (Russia)-overnight, Tallinn (Estonia), Gdansk (Poland) and Copenhagen (Denmark). Price is based on a 22 May 2012 departure.
Prices for all cruises include a tailor-made programme of shore excursions, talks by eminent Guest Speakers, meals and entertainment on board, all gratuities and all relevant cruise taxes/fees. Special terms and conditions apply – please visit website for details.
For more information and to book visit or call 0844 822 0679. 

Saturday, 19 May 2012

Jean-Michel Cousteau sails on the m/s Paul Gauguin in 2013.

Paul Gauguin Cruises, operator of the highest-rated and longest continually sailing luxury cruise ship in the South Pacific, the m/s Paul Gauguin, has announced that world-renowned oceanographer and environmentalist Jean-Michel Cousteau will guest host four sailings on the m/s Paul Gauguin in 2013.
Mr Cousteau is a diplomat for the environment, educator, author and film producer communicating his passion and concern for the Earth’s oceans. For more than 60 years, he, his father - the legendary Jacques Cousteau - and his family have been part of the greatest exploration of the oceans in all of history. In 1999, Mr Cousteau founded the Ocean Futures Society to explore global oceans, inspiring and educating people throughout the world to act responsibly for their protection, documenting the critical connection between humanity and nature, and celebrating the ocean’s vital importance to the survival of all life on our planet. For more information on Mr. Cousteau and the Ocean Futures Society, visit

During four voyages on the m/s Paul Gauguin, Mr Cousteau will offer a series of lectures with videos of his work in the world’s oceans and accompany guests on several dives.

2013 Voyages Featuring Guest Host Jean-Michel Cousteau:

· 2nd February: 14-night Marquesas, Tuamotus & Society Islands Cruise – prices from £5,370 per person
· 26th June: 10-night Society Islands & Tuamotus Cruise – prices from £4,472 per person
· 21st September: 11-night Australs & Society Islands Cruise – prices from £4,757 per person
· 2nd November: 11-night Cook Islands & Society Islands Cruise – prices from £4,757 per person

Prices include return scheduled flights, overseas transfers and accommodation in an ocean view stateroom with all meals, soft drinks, selected alcoholic beverages and gratuities.
Also available in 2013 is Mr Cousteau’s Ambassadors of the Environment Youth Programme which introduces young travellers (ages 9-17) to the natural wonders of French Polynesia through interactive, hands-on experiences with island ecosystems. The programme is available on sailings from June through August and on select holiday cruises for a nominal fee of $299 per child.
For further information and reservations call 020 7434 0089 or visit

Friday, 18 May 2012

Save up to 50% with Swan Hellenic

Swan Hellenic is giving adventurous holidaymakers the chance to show off their impulsive side – and grab bargains of up to 50% on cruises departing later this month.
The leading discovery cruise operator has limited space due to last minute cancellations on two of its most sought-after sailings, with massive discounts available for customers who book soon.
Special fares include:
Cruising on the Rhone – River Cruise
An eight-day cruise departing May 19
Departs Lyon (France) and calling at Chalon-sur-Saone, Tournus, Macon, Viviers, Arles and Avignon before returning to Lyon. Excursion highlights include a scenic drive along the Ardeche Gorge, walking tour of Arles and option of a full day wine tasting in Burgundy.
Outside guarantee fare – now £895 per person (saving £830 on original brochure price)
Balcony guarantee fare – now £995 per person (saving £1100)
Price includes return flights to Lyon.
St Petersburg and the Baltic
A 16-day cruise aboard Minerva, departing May 22
Departing Portsmouth, the cruise calls at Ronne (Denmark), Visby (Sweden), Stockholm (Sweden), St Petersburg (Russia), Tallinn (Estonia), Gdansk (Poland) and Copenhagen (Denmark) before returning to the UK. Highlights include the Stockholm Archipelago, overnight in St Petersburg, a visit to Peter the Great’s summer palace at Peterhof, navigation of the Kiel Canal and the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations on board.
Inside guarantee fare – now £1245pp twin fare (saving £1250 on original brochure price)
Outside guarantee fare – now £1765pp (saving £1760)
Each booking is non-refundable and cabin number will not be allocated at time of booking. Pay in full at the time of the booking. All per person prices quoted based on twin-share basis.
Prices for all cruises includes flights and transfers (where applicable), a tailor-made programme of shore excursions, talks by eminent Guest Speakers, meals and entertainment on board, all gratuities and all relevant cruise taxes/fees.
For more information and to book visit or call 0844 822 0679. 

Thursday, 17 May 2012


Hurtigruten has been an active participant in many of the remote areas it visits on its expedition voyages and often raises money for needy causes. From early summer 2012, new fundraising activity will take place on MS Fram’s Arctic and Antarctic voyages that focuses on helping to raise money for the ‘Save the Albatross’ project run by the Bird Life International Foundation. The Albatross, which visitors to Antarctica can see fly past from the deck of the ship faces extinction mainly due to industrial long-line fishing. 

Hurtigruten will raise funds by auctioning off items at the end of each Explorer voyage. Among the items being auctioned off are, for example, the unique nautical chart of the respective voyage, signed by the captain, a Hurtigruten flag signed by all crew members, and expedition team jackets. 

MS Fram’s expedition leader, Karin Strand comments: “These animals are incredibly elegant when they move. To me, they are one of the most impressive bird species in the world, able to fly thousands of miles. Our guests recognise the privilege of being able to travel to the Antarctic, Greenland or Spitsbergen – and as a thank-you they would like to contribute to the future of these regions. We want to give something back to the regions we have visited and guests bid for unique keepsakes of their voyage that they can treasure and help raise money at the same time.

Each destination MS Fram visits raises money onboard for campaigns run by a range of organisations. For example In Antarctica, funds raised go to the Save The Albatross and Antarctica South Heritage Trust. In Greenland's children benefit from the donations: each year, the funds collected on the cruises go to the “Association of Greenlandic Children”. Since the auctions were first launched in 2007, €140,000 have already been raised. 
Hurtigruten sails to some of the most remote of destinations including Antarctica, Greenland and the Arctic’s Spitsbergen as well as year round along Norway's coast and Europe in the spring.

For more information call Hurtigruten – 0844 448 7601 <>  

Wednesday, 16 May 2012

FREE Business Class Upgrade offer…

Book an 8 day Nostalgic Nile tour, Cultural Morocco tour or a tailor-made tour with flights to Egypt or Morocco by 31st May 2012 and Bales Worldwide will upgrade economy bmi flights to business class for FREE. In business class guests can expect an additional 18 inches of seat pitch taking it up to 50", with 2-2 cradle seats. Travellers also receive a complimentary selection of hot food and drink, selection of newspapers and magazines and in flight entertainment on board, which is on demand on certain aircraft.
The Nostalgic Nile from £1795 – Saving up to £750pp
Eight day The Nostalgic Nile itinerary with Bales Worldwide, including scheduled flights and accommodation on The Amber, a traditional ‘dahabiyya’. Trip includes English-speaking guides on board who will also take care of tipping, private air conditioned vehicle for transfers, a sightseeing itinerary (including entrance fees), and exclusive ‘dahabiyya’ cruise. Prices are per person based on two adults travelling and sharing on a mixed board basis (including seven breakfasts, six lunches and seven dinners). Price includes all applicable UK and overseas airport taxes and fuel surcharges which are subject to change. Prices are based on select departures from 09 May – 08 Dec 2012.
Cultural Morocco from £1,595 – Saving up to £795pp
10 day Cultural Morocco itinerary with Bales Worldwide, including scheduled BMI flights and accommodation and sightseeing encompassing Casablanca, Rabat (1 night), Fez (2 nights), Meknes, Volubilis, Erfoud (2 nights), the Todra Gorge, Ouarzazate (1 night) and Marrakech (3 nights). Trip includes English-speaking guide in Morocco including tipping, private air conditioned vehicle for transfers, a sightseeing itinerary (including entrance fees), and modern first class hotels throughout. Prices are per person based on two adults travelling and sharing on a mixed board basis. Price includes all applicable UK and overseas airport taxes and fuel surcharges which are subject to change. Prices are based on departure dates 15 Sep and 11 Oct 2012.
To book: Call 0845 057 0600 or visit