Great getaways: Cycling tour of South-east Asia, escape to Miami, Easter in Val Thorens and Egyptian retreat
Sunday 17 February 2013
Adventure Worldwide has a 14-day guided cycling tour through three South-east Asian nations for £1,095 per person. The trip starts in Bangkok on 23 March (flights extra), moves through rural Thailand, pedals into Cambodia with a trip to Siem Reap and the temples of Angkor, before crossing into Vietnam to take in the Mekong, a floating market at Cai Be and finally Ho Chi Minh City, where the tour ends. Accommodation, bike hire, luggage transfers, vehicle support and some meals are included (adventureworldwide.co.uk).
STA Travel has a five-night escape to Miami for £691pp. Travelling between 1 May and 23 May with Delta flights from Heathrow, the package includes room-only accommodation at the Ocean Five, a classic Art Deco hotel with an Italian restaurant on Ocean Drive, which is just steps away from the sweeping sands of South Beach (statravel.co.uk).
Flexiski has a short break on the slopes of Val Thorens in France, arriving on Saturday 28 March, in time for the Easter weekend. The package includes four nights' accommodation at the five-star Hotel Altapura, with breakfast, car hire and easyJet flights from Gatwick to Geneva included for £690pp (flexiski.com).
Red Sea retreat
Book by this Wednesday and i‑escape.com has a week-long stay at the Dahab Paradise in Egypt for £177pp. The deal is based on two sharing a double room and is valid for travel between 1 March and 31 May. Breakfast included, flights extra (i-escape.com).
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