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New tours, new destinations and early bird savings. The internet may have changed the way travellers do their research, but brochures are still one of the best and popular ways to obtain travel information.

New tours, new destinations and early bird savings. The internet may have changed the way travellers do their research, but brochures are still one of the best and popular ways to obtain travel information.

1. 92 pages of China and Vietnam

Helen Wong

Your clients will have an abundance of choice, with Helen Wong’s newly released 2015/16 92-page China/Vietnam brochure.

The redesigned brochure will entice clients to book an Asian holiday with a series of photographs taken by Australia’s highly acclaimed panoramic photographer, Ken Duncan featuring inside the guide.

A standout in the latest program is Helen Wong’s guaranteed accommodation programs and a Yangtze River cruise itinerary in China that includes exclusive amenity packages of value added inclusions worth up to $160.

There’s also a new  offers for clients signed up to Helen’s ‘Loyalty Rewards Program’ and QR codes that potential travellers can use to scan using a smartphone to view a video on the various destinations.

 

2. New young categories in Canada

Infinity Canada brochure

Infinity Holidays’ Canada brochure hit the shelves on Monday, packed with new and popular itineraries around the country.

For the first time this year, the program features ‘Young & Fun’ and ‘Something Special’ genre pages, with itineraries designed for each of those categories.

There’s also new accommodation options in both Vancouver and Halifax plus a couple of new extended tours including the Northern Lights of the Yukon.

 

3. Solstice returns in 2016/17 for fifth Aussie season

Celebrity Solstice

Celebrity Cruises has added new ports if call and sailings Down Under for Celebrity Solstice’s 2016/17 season in Aus.

Returning for the fifth season, she will offer 18 cruises to 35 ports of call in 10 countries.

Ranging from seven to 18 nights, cruises depart from Sydney, Auckland, Singapore and Honolulu and sail to destinations in Australia, New Zealand, French Polynesia, Hawaii, New Caledonia, Fiji, Loyalty Islands, Vanuatu, and Indonesia.

New to the brochure is a visit to New Zealand’s Picton plus 10- and- 13-night roundtrip itineraries to New Zealand departing from Sydney.

There’s also a first 12-night cruise to Queensland and one three New Zealand itineraries guests will call in Tauranga.

Also new include:

– A new 13‐night roundtrip New Zealand cruise departing on 14 November 2016, which includes Celebrity Solstice’s first overnight call at Tauranga.
– A new 10‐night roundtrip New Zealand cruise which departs and returns to Sydney.
– A new 12‐night Queensland cruise which includes an overnight call at Cairns.

 

4. Micro-Cruising sails to unchartered Isthmus

Un-Cruise

Micro-Cruising now offers a Costa Rican and Panama cruise with the 64-guest Safari Voyager sailing week-long adventure cruises beginning in October 2016.

A new brochure completed in December 2014 details new itineraries in Costa Rica/Panama and the Galápagos Islands.

The Safari Voyager will sail 29 one-way cruises between Costa Rica and Panama on an Uncharted Isthmus! Sloths, Monkeys & Mangroves itinerary from October to April.

Week-long voyages depart from San José, Costa Rica or Panama City, Panama, and include a full transit of the Panama Canal, water sports adventures, jungle explorations, wildlife encounters and island time.

Areas visited in Costa Rica include Isla Tortuga, Curù National Wildlife Refuge, Manuel Antonio National Park, Corcovado National Park and Golfo Dulce.

In Panama, visit Granito de Oro islet in Coiba National Park, Gulf of Panama Islands and transit the 48-mile canal.