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October 29, 2013 Wholesaler No Comments Email Email

New Horizons Holidays has launched the first three brochures of its 2014 offering with Indochina, Arabia and Indian Ocean programs leading the way.

Each brochure includes a wider selection of hotels, quick reference icons – allowing guests to locate recreational activities at a glance, new tours and exclusive offers to New Horizons Holidays guests.

Chris Evans, New Horizons Holidays Managing Director Australia said, “We’re excited to release the first three brochures of our 2014 program, showcasing an expansion in hotels ranging from budget to luxury as well as New Horizons Holiday exclusives that can be enjoyed by our guests. The brochures also include an augmented reality feature ‘Layar’, allowing guests to interact with us by scanning their mobile over the ‘Get Social’ pages within each brochure”.

Indian Ocean – Mauritius, Seychelles and Maldives

Chris Evans: “We’ve experienced real growth in the Indian Ocean region since 2012.This teamed with the expansion of air services from Perth to Mauritius to three departures a week has led to us increasing our hotel range in Mauritius, Seychelles and Maldives.”

  • The latest program now includes four Indian Ocean experience packages: Family Fun, Honeymooners Heaven, Luxury Seychelles and Romance in Paradise. The packages have been designed to take the guess work out of planning a holiday and choosing suitable accommodation and activities. Prices start from $1,699 per family.
  • New hotels to the program include the Villas Caroline Beach Hotel, an all-inclusive property nestled on the shores of Flic en Flac lagoon in Mauritius. The property is exclusive to New Horizons Holidays, and its location makes it an ideal property for couples and families. Another new addition is the Anatara Veli Resort & Spa Maldives, a newly 5 star refurbished resort – perfect for couples and honeymooners wanting a romantic getaway.

Arabia – Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Oman and Qatar

Chris Evans: “We’ve updated the program title to Arabia as this sums up the region collectively. due to the large amount of interest we receive to destinations outside of Dubai. The region continues to be a top performer for us with our sales doubling in the last year. ”

  • The program now includes two additional Dubai Sightseeing options suitable for all ages including Kidzania; an interactive edutainment centre, where children can experience over 80 role-playing professions in a replica of a real city as well as the New Dawn tour, covering all the tourist hot spots such as the Burj Khalifa – the world’s first seven star hotel.
  • Guests can enjoy exclusive benefits at hotels marked “Our favourite”, benefits range from free Wi-Fi, food and beverage discounts and even free room upgrades.

Indochina – Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos

Chris Evans: “Our focus was to make this program as experiential as possible – we’ve introduced new tailor-made packages and luxury river cruising options with our sister company Uniworld – allowing guests to experience the destination like never before.”

  • Vietnam now includes eight tailor-made packages including An Introduction to Saigon, the Mekong Delta, Nha Trang Beach Escape, Reunification Train, Imperial Hue, A Taste of Hoi An; Hanoi & Halong Bay and Scenic Sapa.
  • New day tours include: Cycling the Mekong Delta, Saigon Vespa tour, Hanoi an Experience tour, Hoi An Biking tour and Hue City Highlights tour.
  • The program also features two cruising options; overnight cruising on Halong Bay and a river cruise on the Mekong with Uniworld.

For more information visit, call 1300 30 22 30 or speak with your New Horizons Holidays sales manager.

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