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Save hundreds on summer tours

Save hundreds on summer tours

Back-Roads Touring is taking 10% off new summer tours which include sailing the Croatian islands aboard a private yacht and exploring Scandinavia’s wild and magnificent scenery, with savings of up to NZ$935 available.

The discount applies to nine new small group tours when booked and deposited by 28 February.

Save NZ$362 on the 8-day Croatian Wilderness Sailing which explores some of Croatia’s most remote and pristine islands aboard a luxury yacht from NZ$3253* per person twin share.

Visit remote islands such as Mljet National Park, an oasis of lush vegetation, pine forests and saltwater lakes, and Lastovo and Vis. The tour also features wine tasting in medieval Korcula, olive oil tastings in Solta and a three-course Captain’s Dinner of regional delicacies made from fresh local produce.

Save NZ$935 on the 13-day Wild & Wonderful Scandinavia which combines visits to breathtaking fjords and glaciers with cosmopolitan cities from NZ$8410* per person twin share.
Highlights include a culinary walking tour of Copenhagen, Norway’s most famous waterfall Voringsfossen, a ride on the scenic Flam Railway, Jostedalsbreen Glacier and a cruise on the Geirangerfjord.
Other discounted tours include the 5-day Old Pubs & Great Grub which explores famous British pubs and their food from NZ$2025* per person twin share; and the 11-day London to Paris via the Channel Islands, a unique corner of the British Isles where British and French influences meet, from NZ$4702* per person twin share.
Back-Roads Touring caters for mature travellers and offers leisurely-paced, small group tours of no more than 18 people.

The tours travel the back roads instead of major freeways, stay in unique accommodation like castle hotels and include authentic local and culinary experiences such as food and wine tastings at local producers and meals at iconic restaurants.

Contact Back-Roads on 0800 223 369, info@backroadstouring.co.nz or visit your local travel agent.

*Travel restrictions and conditions apply. Prices subject to change without notice. Prices are per person based low season departures. Single Supplements, Seasonal Surcharges and Blackout Dates may apply depending on date of travel. Subject to availability. The 10% discount applies to all new tours for 2014 listed in the Back-Roads Summer 2014 Brochure on page 17. Valid for sale on new bookings deposited between 5 January 2014 and 28 February 2014. Valid for travel until November 2014. Offer cannot be extended. Promo code must be mentioned at the time of booking: BRTN10%. Not combinable with any other discount apart from selected expo offers. Flights not included unless otherwise stated. Payments made by credit card will incur a surcharge. Multiple tour departure dates are available during 2014 however prices may vary depending on the selected date of travel. Back-Roads Touring reserves the right to amend or withdraw this offer at any time.

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