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LA, Las Vegas and Hawaii

7 August 2012

LA, Las Vegas and Hawaii

Combine an adventure from Los Angeles to Las Vegas with a relaxing stopover in Hawaii with two new offers from Topdeck.

The youth travel operator has a 5% earlybird discount on its 10-day Coast to Vegas trip when booked by 31 August, now from NZ$1795* per person.

The trip features San Diego, the Mojave Desert, Grand Canyon, a Navajo guided jeep tour in Monument Valley, Zion National Park and a full day to explore Las Vegas. It also includes transport, 6 breakfasts, 4 dinners, sightseeing in all major cities, entrance fees to national parks, transport and a trip leader/driver.

The Hawaiian Islands in the heart of the Pacific are a perfect layover en route to or from mainland USA.

Topdeck has a 4-day stopover package from NZ$410* per person and a 6-day package from NZ$595* per person which include a stay in a boutique hotel in the heart of the capital Honolulu - a stone’s throw from the famous white sands of Waikiki Beach - a full day tour of Oahu and return airport transfers.

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

*Terms & conditions apply: 5% discount applies to Coast to Vegas when booked and deposited by August 31, 2012. Subject to availability. Advertised price includes discount. Earlybird offer does not apply to Hawaii stopovers.


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