APT, Travelmarvel launch Australia and New Zealand cruise programme

Thursday, 26 Jan, 2023 0

Australia-owned APT & Travelmarvel launched its 2023/24 Australia and New Zealand cruise collection.

The new programme features 17 five-star APT touring and expedition cruising itineraries, and 16 trips from sister brand Travelmarvel..

APT & Travelmarvel is offering up to £400 per person off all 2023 and 2024 departures booked before 31 March 2023.

Packages with early booking discounts include a 15-day Kimberley Complete 4WD Wilderness Adventure and Travelmarvel’s 14-day Wonders of the South West.

It also offers APT’s 17-day New Zealand Wonderland  and Travelmarvel’s 15-day New Zealand Getaway .

Brad Bennetts, APT & Travelmarvel’s Head of Sales UK & Europe, said:These destinations are back on the map for international visitors.””

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Learn more about :   APT River Cruises & Tours ( United Kingdom )  


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