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Enjoy New Zealand in spring with 40% off October travel

August 2011

Enjoy New Zealand in spring with 40% off October travel with Maui motorhomes

Maui is celebrating the arrival of spring by offering 40 per cent off travel in October so there’s never been a better time to take a motorhome holiday and explore the stunning countryside in New Zealand.

This special offer is available for travel between 03 and 30 October 2011 so make sure you book your getaway before 30 September to take advantage of this remarkable deal.

Brand Manager for Maui, Angela Taylor, says “a holiday with Maui motorhomes really offers travellers effortless freedom to go where they want and with this superb offer there’s never been a better time to book a self drive getaway.”

“Nothing compares to the beauty of New Zealand in the spring time and travelling in a Maui motorhome makes visiting places like the vibrant vineyards of Marlborough, sampling gourmet delights at local farmers markets around the country or testing your swing at a spectacular golf course in Queenstown, so accessible.

“For those who want to continue their travel through to November, Maui motorhomes is also offering 10 per cent off for days travelled between 01 and 30 November 2011. This will give you more time to experience some of our popular food and wine events such as Toast Martinborough.”

To experience the ultimate in motorhome holidays, take the opportunity to experience Maui’s Platinum range of motorhomes. Designed with the discerning traveller in mind, genuine leather couches, roomy living areas, wooden floors and neutral tones give this premium range more akin of an apartment feel rather than that of a traditional motorhome.

Maui motorhomes are a home away from home. Each campervan includes quality crockery, bedding & linen, wine glasses, plus LCD screen and DVD player to ensure a carefree holiday.
To take a virtual tour of all the Maui motorhomes and see which model suits your needs, visit www.maui.co.nz

• Book a Maui motorhome for travel from 03 October to 30 October 2011 and receive 40 per cent off the entire range and if you travel through to November you will enjoy 10 per cent off the range for 01 to 30 November travel. With a number of different models to choose from, including, Ultima, Spirit 4, Spirit 6, Platinum Beach and Platinum River, travellers will be spoilt for choice.

- Applies to all bookings received by 30 September 2011

- 40% discount applies to travel between 03 October & 31 October 2011

- 10% discount applies to travel 01 November to 30 November 2011

- Discount applies to the vehicle component only.

- Maui standard rates are available if travel commences before or after the discounted period

- Locations available: All Maui New Zealand branches

- This offer may not be used in conjunction with other special offers

- Standard Maui New Zealand terms and conditions apply.

- See www.maui.co.nz for further details.


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