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Crooked Compass – Small Group and Tailor Made Journeys 2018/19The latest brochure from Crooked Compass encourages travellers to explore “off the radar” destinations across a large range of countries. More than 100 small group itineraries are included this time around, offering trips through the wilderness of Northern Mongolia to the opportunity to hunt with pygmy tribes in the Central African Republic. There is also a collection of photography tours to some of the world’s rarest festivals and regions, accompanied by expert photographers.
Dream Cruises – Asia 2018 Cruise enthusiasts can discover a new age of luxury cruising options in Dream Cruises’ 2018 brochure exploring Asia. Inside is information about on board experiences including dining and entertainment plus two inserts detailing ship specifications. Ships highlighted include the luxury Genting Dream departing Singapore, and new sister ship, World Dream departing Hong Kong. For guests seeking an even more high-end sailing expereince, the Dream Palace suites come with their own special enclave and private facilities.
Scenic Luxury Tours – South East Asia River Cruising 2018/2019Scenic has launched a new brochure featuring a raft of cruising opportunities throughout Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar. Itineraries include the ancient temples of Angkor in Cambodia, hunting for bargains in the rural marketplaces of Vietnam, and spending time with the local monks in Myanmar. Cruises range from 11- to 31-day experiences traversing either the Mekong or Irrawaddy rivers.
APT China and Japan 2019APT recently launched its 2019 China & Japan brochure complete with a range of earlybird Superdeals including Fly Free on selected tours. Travellers have the opportunity to indulge in the luxury operator’s Signature Experiences packages, as well as sail aboard a small ship expedition cruise for a one-off 17-day Japan and Russian Far East tour. Another new itinerary allows guests to experience a three-night cruise down the Yangtze River as part of a China with Tibetan Discovery tour limited to only 20 guests per group.