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Sunday 17 April 2011
1 Sweden: A six-day self-guided sea kayaking tour of the Bohuslan archipelago costs £246 per person with Nature Travels (departs 28 Apr, naturetravels.co.uk), including equipment, maps and transfers.
2 Caribbean: Just St Kitts and Nevis has seven nights B&B at Nisbet Plantation Beach Club, Nevis, from £1,595 per person, including flights, transfers (departs 26 Apr, juststkittsnevis.co.uk).
3 France: Take a French wine tour, including VIP vineyard visits. From £358 each including tours, board and ferry crossings. Grape Escapes (grapeescapes.net).
4 Campers: Departing 21 April, Wicked Campers (wickedcampers .co.uk) has 12-day European trips in a funky camper van sleeping up to five, for £936.
5 Himalayas: Save £400 on a trek with Explore (explore.co.uk). Departing 29 April, the 17-day Sikkim and Singalila Trek now costs £1,440 per person including flights, guides and most meals.
6 Chile: Spend 10 nights "Camping for the Connoisseur" in Patagonia for £3,800 per person, including flights, accommodation, most meals, tours and activities. Travel in Depth (travel-indepth.com).
7 Scotland: A French roulotte (gypsy caravan) in the Borders costs £85 a night (four nights for three in Apr/May) with Canopy & Stars (canopyand stars.co.uk).
8 Spain: Live like a king in an Andalucian parador and enjoy Spain's exuberant Easter festivities. Offers from £445 for five nights with Keytel (keytel.co.uk).
9 Tanzania: Take a luxury five- night beach and safari break. April departures cost from £1,375 per person, including domestic flights, activities, transport, board and most meals with Specialist Tanzania (specialisttanzania.com).
10 Norway: Hurtigruten is offering free flights for Classic Round Voyage departures on 24 and 27 April (hurtigruten.co.uk). This 12-day cruise calls in at 30 Norwegian coastal ports. From £1,544 per person including full-board cabin accommodation and flights.
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