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For summer holidays think Tempo!

11 December 2013

For summer holidays think Tempo!

From the wildlife-rich Galapagos to Croatia’s idyllic islands, Tempo Holidays has your summer holidays sorted with a tempting range of itineraries promising water, fun and sun.

Nature lovers can explore the incredible Galapagos Islands in luxury on a 4-day expedition aboard the 5-star M/V Galapagos Legend from NZ$2451* per person twin share – a $175 discount when booked by 31 December.

With a passenger capacity of 100, the Legend offers a comfortable cruising adventure in this area of unrivalled beauty, featuring superb facilities such as multiple social areas, a kids’ corner, Jacuzzi, swimming pool with sundeck and observation deck; and cabins with all the creature comforts.

If the European islands are more your style, book the 8-day Dalmatia Island Hopping package by 28 February and enjoy a 10% discount now from NZ$974* per person twin share. Beginning in Split, this independent itinerary takes you through the popular islands of Hvar and Korcula finishing in Dubrovnik, discovering charming traditional villages, perfect beaches and lively ports along the way.

The package is deal for travellers who want to explore the islands independently but without the hassle of booking everything themselves and includes accommodation in three and four star hotels, airport and port transfers (where necessary) and ferry tickets.

Alternatively, experience the glamorous life at a price that’s easy on the pocket on the 5-day French Riviera Discovery from NZ$1125* per person twin share.

Departing Nice, this independent itinerary includes a full day tour of the breathtaking French Riviera visiting Eze - a medieval village overlooking the sea, ritzy Monaco and the legendary resort towns of Antibes and Cannes, as well as an evening tour of Monaco visiting its famous casino.

Four-star accommodation, daily breakfast and sightseeing as per itinerary are also included.

Book now to secure places by contacting your local travel agent or Tempo Holidays at www.tempoholidays.co.nz, 09 520 1490 orinfo@tempoholidays.co.nz.

*Offer terms and conditions: Prices are per person, based on twin share accommodation. Prices are accurate as at 05 Dec 13 and subject to change without notice. Galapagos Cruising MV Galapagos Legend - Cruise C NZD175 discount per person is valid for sale until 31 Dec 13 and travel 06 Jan to 08 Dec 14. Advertised price is valid for departures on 20 Jan, 03 & 17 Feb, 03 & 17 Mar, 26 May,0 9 & 23 Jun, 18 Aug, 15 Sep, 13 Oct, 24 Nov & 8 Dec 14 in a Standard category Earth Deck Twin or Double bed Cabin only and is inclusive of discount. Price includes NZD123 per person National Park fees & NZD12 per person Ingala Transit Control Card, both payable locally. 100% cancellation charges apply for cancellations 65 days or less prior to departure. A $1500.00 per person non-refundable deposit is required at time of booking. Full payment is required 65 days prior to departure date. Dalmatia Island Hopping - Croatia is valid for sale until 28 Feb 14 & travel from 01 Apr to 31 Oct 14. Advertised price is based on departures 01 Apr to 30 Apr 14and is inclusive of 10% discount. Full payment is required by 28 Feb 14. French Riviera Discovery is valid for sale until 31 Oct 14 & travel from 02 Jan 14 to 31 Oct 14. Advertised price is based on departures 02 Jan to 29 Jan 14 & 10 Feb to 28 Feb 14. Valid for new bookings only and not combinable with any other offers. All international airfares are excluded. Seasonal surcharges and blackout dates may apply depending on date of travel. Deals and offers are subject to availability and are not combinable with any other offer. Single supplements may apply. See Tempo Holidays' full Terms and Conditions

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