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pounds 15

for adults and pounds 8 for children, you can go on an eight-hour wildlife safari in the fenlands of Wisbech, Cambridgeshire. The price includes Land Rover, experienced guide and use of binoculars. Call Big Sky on 01354 638315.

pounds 35.10

you can explore the delights of The Netherlands by train with a Euro Domino ticket. This gives you three days' unlimited second-class travel with excellent reductions for children. For further details call Holland Rail (UK) on 01962 773646.

pounds 85

you can enjoy a round of golf on the only PGA European Tour golf course in Ireland, and be back home the same day. The price includes bacon rolls and coffee, one round of golf and return transfers from Dublin airport. Call Portmarnock Golf Links on 003531 846 0611.

pounds 197

per person, you can take a four-day tour of the castles and countryside of Kent. Staying half-board at the three-star Wellington Hotel in Tunbridge Wells, the tour includes excursions to Leeds Castle, Groombridge Palace Gardens and the 13th century Hever Castle. Call Johnsons Coach Travel on 01564 792325.

pounds 245

per person, you can spend a week in Cortijo Romero, a Spanish villa with pool, sampling yoga, Shiatsu, "the Art of Loving", dance and meditation. Price includes the course of your choice and full board accommodation but excludes flights. For further details call Cortijo Romero on 01494 782720.

pounds 375

you can fly return from London Gatwick to Mexico City between 1 October and 30 November. Reservations must be made by 24 September with a minimum stay of seven days and a maximum stay of three months. Call Journey Latin America on 0181 747 3108.

pounds 445

per person, you can take a seven-day jeep safari in Turkey departing Gatwick on 28 September. Travel through the Bozburun peninsular, stopping for lunches in mountain villages, bathing under waterfalls and camping under the stars. The price includes return flights, transfers, half board accommodation and guide. Call Accommodation Overseas on 0181 977 2984.

pounds 549

you can get round the world. Outbound flights via USA to Australia on scheduled airlines before 31 October. Return flights on Britannia between 1-21 November. Call Austravel 0171 7347755.

pounds 595

you can relax and snorkel on the Red Sea coast before boarding a felucca sailboat and spending four days on the Nile. The price includes flights, transfers, B&B accommodation and a group leader. Call Travelbag Adventures on 01420 541007.

pounds 695

per person, you can enjoy a week-long activity holiday in the resort of L'Estartit in north-east Spain. Learn to dive and explore the rugged coastline, as well trying sailing, water-skiing and mountain biking. The price includes flights, seven nights' half-board accommodation and sports tuition. Call Solo's on 0181 951 2800.

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