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Thailand is an exotic landscape rich in culture and history. It offers a plethora of options for the curious traveller;  there are the lush, thick jungles of the north, the crystal clear, warm waters of the coast, the famously delicious Thai cuisine and of course the inviting hospitality of the local people. The earliest recorded Thai Kingdom dates back to the 13th century, and on this tour, escorted by a national guide, you will discover the country’s remarkable heritage.

Starting in Bangkok, you will uncover the highlights; from bustling river markets to spectacular palaces. Next, there’s a unique overnight stay at a jungle raft hotel. After,  we start to make our way north with our first stop at the world heritage site,  Ayutthaya and then, a stay in Sukhothai, an ancient kingdom of Thailand, and the first capital of Siam.

We make our way to Chiang Mai, to discover the rich culture of the northern part of Thailand in this bustling city. As our northern discovery comes to an end, we fast track our travel to the beach with a flight back to Bangkok to transfer to Hua Hin, for a three night stay in the beautiful resort coastal town of Hua Hin. 

All this, whilst enjoy small group touring with the company of other solo travellers.

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PACKAGE DETAILS
  • Ages:
    30 - 49
  • Duration:
    15 Days
  • Status:
    Final days to book
  • Region:
    Asia
  • Destinations:
    Thailand
  • Travel Style:
    Tour
  • Accomodation:
    Hotels
  • Prices:
  • Transport:
    Coach
  • Pace:
    3
  • Group Size:
    maximum 18
  • Trip Code:
    thailand17-10
  • Terms:
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REVIEWS

I have had the pleasure to have been on 2 of your holidays in the last 12 months & have to say they are probably the best 2 holidays I have ever had. I have told all my friends about your company & plan to continue to book many more trips in the future. Travelling alone but in the safety of an organised tour is perfect for a single woman like me. Thank you.

Jo, Gold Coast, QLD

Don't hesitate, go for it, you'll have fun. 

Colleen, Commera, QLD
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INCLUSIONS

  • Return economy airfares ex Australia to Bangkok, Thailand* ^
  • 13 nights quality hotel accommodation
  • Domestic one-way flight from Chiang Mai to Bangkok ^
  • 13 breakfasts
  • 1 lunch
  • 6 dinners including two highlight dinners
  • All sightseeing tours as specified by the itinerary
  • English speaking escort/guide, days 1-14
  • Private air-conditioned coach transport
  • Admission fees to places visited
  • Gratuities for your tour director & driver
  • Gratuities for wait staff for included meals
  • Maximum group size 18 travellers
  • Group airport transfers ^ 

* departures ex Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth
^included with group flight package 

Itinerary

HIGHLIGHTS
  • Visit the famous floating markets of Damnoen Saduak
  • Bangkok sightseeing tour of the important cultural and historical sites.
  • Visit to Sukhothai Historical Park
  • Visit the Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum
  • Stay overnight on a river raft (lodge)
  • Experience Chiang Mai’s lively night market
  • Relax in Hua Hin for 3 nights, at a beautiful beach resort.
  • Enjoy an evening cruise group farewell dinner on the Chao Praya River, Bangkok
  • Small group touring, only for solo/single travellers

DAY 1 – SATURDAY 14 OCTOBER 2017 
Depart Australia - Bangkok

Depart from Australia today on a direct flight to Bangkok, Thailand’s bustling capital city. Enjoy a comfortable transfer to the hotel before touring the city at your own leisure*.  While enjoying your stay in Bangkok, you can indulge in some world-class shopping at the famous Siam Paragon shopping mall, savour the sights and smells of Bangkok’s street markets, or perhaps simply take advantage of the hotel’s swimming pool, gym and spa.

Meals: N/A

* Transfers provided for all travellers booked with our nominated group tour & airfare with Thai Airways.

DAY 2 - SUNDAY 15 OCTOBER 2017
Bangkok

After breakfast at the hotel, we head to Bangkok’s famous floating markets at Damnoen Saduak including a short longtail boat ride. Here, hundreds of longtail boat owners gather to sell a vast array of produce, from tropical fruits and vegetables, to steaming plates of ready-to-eat food prepared in mini kitchens on the boats themselves. Enjoy the rest of the day at your own leisure, perhaps purchasing some of the local food sold at the floating markets for lunch. In the evening we visit Asiatique The Riverfront, Bangkok’s first large-scale riverside community mall combining shopping, dining, sightseeing, activities and events under one roof. There will be time for shopping and our group dinner will be here.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

DAY 3 - MONDAY 16 OCTOBER 2017
Bangkok

Dine on a hearty buffet breakfast at the hotel before meeting your tour guide and setting out for a day of sightseeing in Bangkok. Among other things, you’ll see the Grand Palace, the Emerald Buddha Temple and the klongs (canals) of Bangkok, The klongs are major arteries for a colourful, often-bewildering variety of huge barges, express passenger boats, cross-river ferries, and thundering “longtails”. We will then enter one of the smaller side canals to enjoy an intimate view of Thai riverine life.  Lunch is at your leisure before re-joining the group to take in some more of Bangkok’s fascinating sights. Royal Grand Palace & Wat Pra Kaew, home to the centuries-old, gold-clad figurine, “The Emerald Buddha” and the wonderfully impressive Royal Grand Palace, more stunning in real life than photography can convey. The Emerald Buddha is so sacred that only the Thai King may touch it. We finish the day in style with a relaxed dinner at a local restaurant.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

DAY 4 - TUESDAY 17 OCTOBER 2017
Bangkok - Kanchanaburi 

After breakfast we depart from the hotel in Bangkok and head up in to the scenic, riverside town of Kanchanaburi. Located in the west of Thailand, Kanchanaburi has a slightly cooler climate than Bangkok owing to its location on the edge of a mountain range. Famed for its stunning waterways, Kanchanaburi boasts countless waterfalls, caves and lakes. The largest and most renowned of these being the River Kwai, an increasingly popular tourist destination and the site of our hotel for the evening: River Kwai Jungle Raft, a unique experience.

During the day we will tour the fascinating historical sites that Kanchanaburi has to offer, including the Bridge on the River Kwai, the War Cemetery and Hellfire Pass.  The remote “Hellfire Pass” the deepest cutting on the unfinished Death Railway line was built by Australian, British, Dutch and other allied prisoners during the Second World War. There is a cruel history to the conditions the prisoners of war endured at the hands of the Japanese. As you walk through the pass, it is hard to imagine the horrors that took place in this tranquil forest just a few decades ago. There are harrowing exhibits in the Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum, located on the site.

You have the remainder of the afternoon to explore Kanchanaburi, have lunch and relax in your jungle raft lodging. Dinner will be served atop the floating, open-air deck of the hotel restaurant where you can take in the uninterrupted, lush jungle surrounds as you dine.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

DAY 5 - WEDNESDAY 18 OCTOBER 2017
Kanchanaburi - Ayutthaya

Enjoy breakfast at the hotel before we say farewell to Kanchanaburi and head off to Ayutthaya, a world heritage site. You will visit the Royal Palace at Bang Pa-In, it is the summer palace for the King and Queen of Thailand.  There will also be time to visit a local market in Ayutthaya.

Meals: Breakfast

DAY 6 - THURSDAY 19 OCTOBER 2017
Ayutthaya - Sukhothai  

Have breakfast at the hotel before we visit the World Heritage listed ruins of Ayutthaya. Impressively jam-packed with ancient relics and ruins, Ayutthaya is a must-see for history buffs visiting Thailand. Founded in 1350 by King U Thong, there are countless temples and museums where visitors can get an insight into ancient Siam.  Spend the afternoon travelling onto to Sukhothai.  This evening, you will travel by bicycle visiting the ruins of Sukhothai which are located in the highly regarded Sukhothai Historical Park. Within these protected grounds lie 193 ruins on 70 square kilometres of land.

Meals: Breakfast

DAY 7 - FRIDAY 20 OCTOBER 2017
Sukhothai - Chiang Mai 

After breakfast, the next stop, Chiang Mai, is the largest city in Thailand, and although very culturally significant, boasts an increasingly modern city. Founded in 1296, Chiang Mai is now the unofficial capital of northern Thailand. Many Thai festivals are held in Chiang Mai, such as Loi Krathong, Songkran and Chiang Mai Flower Festival, and celebrations so large and impressive that people living all over Thailand turn on their TVs to watch the spectacles unfold. We arrive in Chiang Mai in the afternoon. For dinner you’re in for a real treat, as we will be dining at a traditional Khantoke restaurant. This northern-style dinner is followed by folk dances and a hill tribe show.

Meals: Breakfast, Highlight Dinner

DAY 8 – SATURDAY 21 OCTOBER 2017
Chiang Mai

Today we will visit Baan Tawai Handicraft Village, boasts of being the largest handicraft market in Thailand. A wide range of handicrafts and artisanal creations are offered here. They are not only teak carpentry but also bamboo and rattan furniture as well as ceramics, silk, hemp, silver, cotton, plastic and glass.

They are made from rough country style to meticulously crafted objets d’art, and from antiques to modern designer products.

Enjoy lunch and explore the town for the afternoon and evening at your own leisure. Perhaps check out the historical sites, shopping and Thai massage parlours that Chiang Mai has to offer.

Meals: Breakfast 

DAY 9 – SUNDAY 22 OCTOBER 2017
Chiang Mai

After breakfast at the hotel, prepare for a fun day of nature and wildlife.  We head off first thing to visit the Elephant Nature Park, Chiang Mai’s elephant rescue and rehabilitation centre. Here, elephants and a few other animals are able to live in a natural environment where they can thrive. Many of the animals living in the park have been rescued from dire living conditions, and now live in the park’s 250-acre, semi-wild sanctuary. Visitors to the park have the chance to get up close and personal with the friendly elephants, as well as feeding and bathing them. A sumptuous and varied buffet of Asian and International dishes follows. Then, after lunch you learn how to safely and properly bathe an elephant and you plunge right in and help scrub these giants as they splash around. If going into the river is not for you then watch the elephants bathe and play while you stay dry on the sandy shore. It is a rare opportunity for travellers to genuinely contribute to the survival of an endangered species – an experience not to be missed!

After an action-packed day at the Elephant Nature Park, we take you back to the hotel to enjoy your evening at leisure.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 10 – MONDAY 23 OCTOBER 2017
Chiang Mai - Bangkok - Hua Hin

Have breakfast at the hotel before transferring to the airport for your flight to Bangkok. Fly from Chiang Mai to Bangkok before travelling onto Hua Hin for a few days at a beautiful resort to relax and enjoy some beach time.

Tonight enjoy dinner at a local restaurant.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

DAY 11 – TUESDAY 24 OCTOBER 2017
Hua Hin

Take advantage of the hotel’s buffet breakfast spread before we begin the day by exploring Hua Hin’s cultural gems. We start by visiting the Rama VI summer residence "Marukataywan Palace", a beautiful golden teak wood palace. Next we visit the most beautiful and oldest railway station in Thailand: Hua Hin Railway Station. After that we will take a walk around the old Hua Hin Day Market (Chatchai Market). After a thoroughly cultural morning, you have the afternoon and evening to enjoy however you please.

Meals: Breakfast

DAY 12 – WEDNESDAY 25 OCTOBER 2017 
Hua Hin

As we come to the last few days of this exciting and diverse tour of Thailand, we thought you might enjoy some free time, so today we leave you to your own devices. You might want to relax in the hotel and enjoy the facilities, or head into the town to explore more of Hua Hin. 

Meals: Breakfast

DAY 13 – THURSDAY 26 OCTOBER 2017 
Hua Hin – Bangkok

Have breakfast at the hotel before transferring to Bangkok.

Today is your last full day in Thailand and you can enjoy it as you please. In the evening we will be

hosting a farewell dinner cruise on the Chao Praya River. You might want to take this opportunity to exchange contact details with the new friends you have made in the group.

Meals: Breakfast, Highlight Dinner

DAY 14 – FRIDAY 27 OCTOBER 2017
Depart Bangkok

Have breakfast at the hotel and then enjoy your last morning and lunch in Thailand before we transfer you to Bangkok airport to catch your departing flight back to Australia. This is the end of the tour so for now we say goodbye, but we hope to see you again on another Encounter in the future!

Meals: Breakfast                   

DAY 15 – SATURDAY 28 OCTOBER 2017 
Arrive home.

 

Itineraries are subject to change, due to circumstances outside of our control. IF there is any itinerary change prior to departure of significance we aim to inform you prior to travel.  Itinerary changes while on tour will be informed by your tour leader/guide while on tour.

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ACCOMMODATION

HOTELS
 Destination

Check In

Check Out

Room Type

Nights

Hotel

Bangkok

14OCT

17OCT

Superior

3

Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok

Kanchanaburi

17OCT

18OCT

Raft

1

River Kwai Jungle Raft

Ayutthaya

18OCT

19OCT

Standard

1

Krungsri River

Sukhotai

19OCT

20OCT

Deluxe

1

The Legendha, Sukhotai

Chiang Mai    

20OCT

23OCT

Deluxe

3

Dusit Princess Chiang Mai

Hua Hin

23OCT

26OCT

Silksand

3

Putahracsa Hua Hin

Bangkok

26OCT

27OCT

Superior

1

Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok

TOTAL

 

 

 

 13

 

 Hotels are subject to change, due to circumstances outside of our control. Should this occur, a hotel of a similar standard will be provided.

HOTEL DESCRIPTIONS

REMBRANDT HOTEL, BANGKOK
A modern stylish hotel centrally located in the Sukhumvit area of Bangkok, only ten minutes away from the Asoke Sky Train (BTS) and Sukhumvit Underground (MRT) stations. Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok’s location offers its guests easy access to Bangkok’s major shopping areas, parks and city landmarks.

Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok also offers a wide variety of services to help guarantee guests an unforgettable stay. Sanctuary Wellness and Spa, fully equipped Fitness Centre, Pool Bar, and international standard restaurants, are just some of the unique services. Another facility in demand by all international travellers these days is complimentary high speed wreless internet access, which is available for all guests throughout the hotel.

RIVER KWAI JUNGLE RAFT, KANCHANABURI 
River Kwai Jungle Rafts Resort offers a unique accommodation experience right on the flowing Kwai Noi River. All floating rooms are tucked into a floating bamboo lodge moored along the historical River Kwai Noi surrounded by lush green mountains and jungle. At this floatel, the historic River Kwai Noi flows underneath your bed. The walls are weaved from local bamboo decorated with wooden furniture reflecting Mon living style. Each is appointed with en-suite private bathroom, balcony and a hammock. Rest. Sleep. Experience.

KRUNGSRI RIVER HOTEL, AYUTTHAYA
The Krungsri River invites you to explore the many possibilities within Ayutthaya and within yourself. Located in the heart of Ayutthaya right off the Naraesuan Bridge that crosses the great Pa Sak River, this hotel draws you in and surrounds your senses with all manner of stimulations once inside. Undeniably compelling with spacious views overlooking the historic river filled with culture and traditional masterpiece.

THE LEGENDHA HOTEL, SOKHOTAI
Inspired by the beauty of Sukhothai’s traditional village, The Legendha Sukhothai resort is spectacularly designed and landscaped in Thai village concept to deliver a sense of Sukhothai’s authentic ambience whereas Chedi Wat Chang Lom - ancient temple in Sukhothai age - lies at the back of our boutique resort. All rooms featuring teakwood furniture and generous in-room amenities are meant to serve you to utmost comfort.

DUSIT PRINCESS, CHIANG MAI
Dusit Princess Chiang Mai is located in the heart of Chiang Mai, providing a gateway to the city’s famous Night Bazaar, the region’s stunning scenery and the centre of traditional Thai arts and crafts production.  This hotel in Chiang Mai is a haven of warm personal service and Thai hospitality, and its charming guest rooms and suites feature traditional Thai-inspired decor and design complemented by modern amenities and facilities. With a restaurant and bar, a swimming pool and a tropical garden terrace with a poolside bar, Dusit Princess Chiang Mai affords guests the option to kick back and relax.

PUTAHRACSA, HUA HIN
Putahracsa Hua Hin allows guests to combine the charms of small town leisure together with a beach hideaway. Situated in the residential section of Hua Hin, Putahracsa is designed to feel like a beach residence. All rooms and villas reflect the owners’ personal touch, incorporating Hua Hin’s tradition and blending it with contemporary design. Each detail is crafted by interior designer, Viboon Techakalayatum, and owner of Design Scene Co., Ltd.  

Located around the main pool, Silksand Rooms are designed based on balancing the different elements of nature to create a unique mood & experience. Either King or twin bedded, all rooms feature basic luxury amenities, a relaxing bathtub or large opened shower along with complimentary Wifi connection. Spacious and comfortable, ground floor rooms are located in between a large terrace whilst upper floor rooms offer panoramic views of the pool.

 

Hotel descriptions are taken from the hotel website and edited to suit our page.

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PRICES

 

PACKAGE PRICES

Your Own Room

STANDARD: Tour & Airfare Package ex Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane *

$5129

STANDARD: Tour & Airfare Package ex Perth *

$5039

Tour Only (no group airfare)

$4179

Bangkok Pre/Post tour accommodation at
Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok  including breakfast

$140

OTHER PRICE INFORMATION

*International airfare ex Australia is valid from: Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane & Perth. Once the ticket is issued penalties are incurred for changes, and in some cases airfares may be non-refundable. A reservation with cancellation terms is sent to you, prior to ticketing for your review, and acceptance.

DAY/DATE VARIATIONS:
Due to airline flight schedules and availability, day of arrival and day of departure may vary depending on your city of departure. If additional nights of stay are required, the cost of the additional nights of stay applies.

TAXES & FUEL COST:
The tour and airfare package includes air taxes to the value of $160 per person for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and $160 for Perth. Taxes and fuel surcharges change regularly so above levies are shown as a guide only. At the time final monies are due the amount for the airline tax & fuel surcharge will be updated if there has been any change. Upgrading Economy Fare to Business Class Fare with Points The airfare included in the package may not allow the use of flyer points to upgrade. However, there is the option of paying a surcharge where we would book the airfare which does allow you to upgrade. The surcharge can be quoted at time of requesting quote and is subject to availability.

Not included:

  • Airfares if you elect 'tour only' package
  • Travel insurance Excess baggage
  • Visa fees
  • Any tips or porterage at airports, hotels, drivers & local staff
  • Meals and beverages not specified on itinerary
  • Items of a personal nature such as laundry & medical expenses
ROOMMATE MATCH

Share and save with our roommate match option.

On your request and subject to availability, we will match you with another group member (same gender) so that you can share a room and take advantage of the twin share price.

Reduced Single Supplement:
If we are not able to offer you a roommate match, a 'Reduced Single Supplement' price will be offered. This represents a $250 saving on the standard single supplement price. Alternatively, you have the option to decline and receive a full refund of your tour deposit.

If you are not prepared to pay for a Reduced Single Supplement we recommend you should not pay for the airfare until you have a guaranteed roommate match and this is advised by us in writing.

This supplement becomes due after we finalise the group and before departure.  The Reduced Single Supplement offer only applies to bookings secured with a deposit by Friday 14 July 2017.

Please note: if a roommate becomes available after receiving advice of a Reduce Single Supplement rate, your booking automatically reverts to the twin share price and any monies paid for the Reduced Single Supplement will be refunded.

GETTING THERE

Arrive to:   Bangkok     
Depart from:  Bangkok

VISAS
You must hold a valid passport with a minimum of six 6 months validity from your return date to your home country.

HOTEL CHECK IN /CHECK OUT TIMES
Consider the hotel check in time on arrival and the hotel check out time on departure.  

Early Check In
If your flight arrives well in advance of the hotel check in time, then we recommend travellers consider booking an additional night at the hotel the evening prior to guarantee a morning check-in. Early check in without payment can be requested, and is at the discretion of the hotel, but cannot be guaranteed.

Late Check Out
If your flight departs after the hotel check out time we recommend that you make an enquiry with us about securing a late check out with payment.  Some hotels will require payment in full of the next night of stay while others may have a rate for a late check out such as a payment to extend check out until 6pm as an example.  

Late check out can be requested but without payment cannot be guaranteed. 

FLIGHT ITINERARY

Ex. SYDNEY

TG476

14-Oct

SYDNEY

BANGKOK

1100

1620

TG103

22-Oct

CHIANG MAI

BANGKOK

1005

1125

TG475

28-Oct

BANGKOK

SYDNEY

1920

0820+1

Ex. MELBOURNE

TG466

14-Oct

MELBOURNE

BANGKOK

1615

2145

TG103

22-Oct

CHIANG MAI

BANGKOK

1005

1125

TG465

28-Oct

BANGKOK

MELBOURNE

1205AM

1305

Ex. BRISBANE

TG474

14-Oct

BRISBANE

BANGKOK

1400

2020

TG103

22-Oct

CHIANG MAI

BANGKOK

1005

1125

TG473

28-Oct

BANGKOK

BRISBANE

1

1205

Ex. PERTH

TG484

14-Oct

PERTH

BANGKOK

950

1550

TG103

22-Oct

CHIANG MAI

BANGKOK

1005

1125

TG481

28-Oct

BANGKOK

PERTH

720

1515


TRANSFERS

Airport to hotel transfers in Bangkok are included with the group tour and flight package, arriving on day 1 of the tour and departing on the final day of the tour.

 

Some information from this page has been sourced from other websites, including the Airport information. Content is provided as a guide only.

DETAILS

This page contains the details about the trip not already explained on other pages.

TRIP AVAILABILITY

If this trip seems right for you then we encourage you to book early and secure your place with a deposit.  Tour space is limited. Also, many services on this tour must be booked well in advance. To ensure your place, please check trip availability at your earliest convenience 

FELLOW TRAVELLERS  
You will enjoy this small group experience with a maximum of 18 travellers. Based on departures of similar groups we expect a group of 14-18 travellers is most likely. This tour is exclusively for single or solo  travellers. 

TRANSPORT
This private group travels in a private coach.  Depending on the final group size, either a 30 or 40 seater coach is used

TIPPING INFORMATION

For Your Tour Guide And Driver
40-50 Baht per guest per day for the guide 
20-30 Baht per guest per day for the driver

Many restaurants include a 10% service charge on the bill. This surcharge already serves as a tip of sorts. It's combined and shared among all employees at the end of the month in addition to their monthly salary.

In all restaurants it is customary to leave behind any loose change in coins as a tip. In more upscale restaurants, with professional wait staff who provide excellent service, a larger tip of 5%-10% is quite common.  

THE PACE  [3 out of 5]
This is a moderately paced, small group tour.
There are some full days of touring, while other days are more relaxed with time at leisure. The resort stay of 3 nights at the end of the tour offers a relaxed experience after your discovery of Thailand’s highlights.  

ABOUT THE MEALS    
It’s regular that our trips include welcome dinners and farewell dinners for our groups. In addition, we include other group dining experiences to ensure that everyone can enjoy the benefit of travelling and dining as a group.  There’s nothing better than to share a meal with new friends and discuss the day’s adventures.

Please be sure to advise us at the time of booking of any special dietary requirements. We always do our best to accommodate special diet needs and in most cases, special dietary needs can be met. However, in some destinations the variety of choice for certain special diets may be limited. If you are concerned please check with us before you book.

GROUP GUIDE
This is a private group tour with a local national guide. Your tour guide is there to assist with group arrangements and to act as the liaison for all tour services.

PERSONAL EXPENSES
In addition to your tour inclusions you will have some personal expenses including meals, snacks and drinks not included with the tour package plus consider souvenirs and miscellaneous expenses such as laundry. 

When setting a budget for personal expenses consider what meals are included and not included. This itinerary has a breakfast each day and some days include lunch or dinner. Therefore lunch or dinner each day would be an additional expense. We recommend around AUD50 per day for personal expenses not included with the tour package.  You should increase this budget if you like to enjoy alcoholic beverages.

For anyone that enjoys some shopping there will be opportunities to purchase local items and these costs could be a small amount to a lot, all depending on personal preferences for travel shopping.

TRAVEL GUIDE QUICK FACTS
Visit our Travel Guides page on our website for destination information.

TRAVELLER REVIEWS

I have had the pleasure to have been on 2 of your holidays in the last 12 months & have to say they are probably the best 2 holidays I have ever had. I have told all my friends about your company & plan to continue to book many more trips in the future. Travelling alone but in the safety of an organised tour is perfect for a single woman like me. Thank you.

Jo, Gold Coast, QLD

Don't hesitate, go for it, you'll have fun. 

Colleen, Commera, QLD

My first solo holiday,Thailand, had so much fun with a terrific group of people and an excellent tour guide. I wouldn't hesitate to book again.

Carole, Perth, WA
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