Trafalgar Leads New Tours into Vietnam and Cambodia

Trafalgar has unveiled, for the first time ever, new tours to Vietnam and Cambodia. The new 16-day "Timeless Wonders of Vietnam, Cambodia and the Mekong" tour offers fully guided sightseeing in small groups in Ho Chi Minh, Hanoi and Phnom Penh, plus a seven-night cruise along the Mekong River. Guests will enjoy personal visits to traditional Cambodian homes and schools as well as two days exploring the Angkor Wat Temple complex.

Clients interested in booking now have three ways to save some extra money. Guests can save up to $1,200 per couple on 2012 vacations to Asia with Trafalgar's Pay-In-Full Discount when booking and paying in full by November 30. Save up to $600 per couple on 2012 vacations with the Early Booking Discount when travelers book and deposit by December 31. Receive an Executive Suite upgrade on "Highlights of China and The Yangtze"; "Grand China and the Yangtze"; and "China, Tibet and The Yangtze" vacations when you book and pay in full by November 30.

Also included in the launch was the 2012 brochure for China. Travelers can spend nine days on the "Classic China" tour or up to 19 on the "Grand China and The Yangtze" trip.


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