Trafalgar introduces India, Sri Lanka and Laos in Asia 2017 programme

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August 16, 2016 2:22 PM

Guided holidays company Trafalgar is delving deeper into Asia with the introduction of three new destinations: India, Sri Lanka and Laos

Guided holidays company Trafalgar is delving deeper into Asia with the introduction of three new destinations: India, Sri Lanka and Laos. With nine new itineraries and three new destinations, Trafalgar’s Asia 2017 programme features an expanded range of “Mini Stays” to provide agents with options to sell Asia’s urban centres to clients. Functioning as standalone four day mini breaks or an add-on to a guided holiday, Trafalgar has introduced the new Bangkok Explorer which combines tuk tuks with Thai massages and reveals the secrets of Thai cooking, whilst the new Hong Kong and Macau experience delves into these two former colonies through sightseeing tours. Alongside, the Tokyo-Mt Fuji mini stay has also been introduced.

The 13-day “Leisurely Rajasthan with Mumbai” is Trafalgar’s first itinerary exploring India with stays in cities such as Jaipur and Mumbai. Trafalgar will also be heading across the Palk Strait on the new 11-day “Wonders of Sri Lanka”. Laos completes the trio of new destinations and features on the 11-day “Secrets of Cambodia with Laos”.

Also new for 2017 is the 10-day “Leisurely Japan journey from Osaka to Hiroshima”, extended 14-day “Treasures of Thailand with the Golden Triangle” itinerary and the 17-day “Classic China with Yangtze Cruise and Chengdu exploration”.

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