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Save on North America


8 January 2013

Save on North America

Explore North America, from Las Vegas and New York to the Canadian Rockies, with a 7.5% discount from youth travel operator Topdeck.

The offer applies to 21 incredible itineraries which visit some of North America’s greatest cities and National Parks and for new bookings paid in full by 31 January.

They include the 7-day California Calling which travels from Los Angeles to San Francisco and features an overnight in Yosemite National Park, a visit to the Grand Canyon, a party bus tour of Las Vegas and a walk across San Francisco’s iconic Golden Gate Bridge from NZ$1253* per person, a saving of $102.

Or explore the best national parks of the mid-west including Yosemite, Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon on the 19-day Greatest Parks of the US from NZ$3215* - a $210 saving. It includes a guided jeep tour and overnight stay with the Navajo in Monument Valley, Death Valley National Park and Las Vegas.

Topdeck also offers the 11-day Canadian Rockies adventure which travels through seven national and provincial parks such as Banff and Jasper and includes a hike on Athabasca glacier and a visit to famous Lake Louise now from NZ$2428* per person twin share, a $197 saving.

For more information contact Topdeck on 0800 525 366 or visit www.topdeck.travel or your local travel agent.

* The 7.5% discount is valid for trips booked and paid in full by 31 January 2013, for travel until 31 March 2014 and for new bookings only. Discounts apply to product in the current North America 2013/14 brochure only. Discounts apply to the basic trip price only and do not apply to pre/post accommodation. The discount can be combined with 1 other standard brochure discount (with the exception of the early bird discount) up to 12.5%. Subject to availability. Advertised prices include discount.


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