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Journeys : Feb March 2011
February / March 2011 71 Cox & Kings is a new name in Australia but this prestigious British-based travel company has been taking people to the world’s most enticing destinations since 1758. They operate a range of famous escorted small group jour neys to some of the world’s most fascinating destinations. With a choice of three styles of tour ing from the luxurious to the adventurous and limited to just 25 people, these hand-crafted tours Small group journeys for a big world offer culturally-inquisitive travellers a chance to experience exotic destinations around the globe, ranging from the scents and spices of the Middle East, alluring Japan and the Silk Road, the deserts and w ildlife of Namibia and Ethiopia and the scenic wonders and colonial histor y of Patagonia and Cuba. Featuring premium accommodation and carefully-selected local highlights, Cox & Kings is a perfect choice for travellers seeking an inspiring holiday exper ience. One of the company’s most popular European jour neys is the Classic Russia package, which takes in the highlights of Russia’s two most enticing cities. Experience the rich histor y, vibrant urban culture and world-class architecture of Moscow before heading to stunning St Petersburg, home to some of Europe’s most spectacular baroque palaces and neoclassical buildings. The highlight of the tour is a full day at St Petersburg’s incredible Hermitage Museum, which boasts more than three million works of art and cultural artefacts from all over the world. Like to know more? Contact RACT Travelworld on 1300 368 111 or call in to your local branch. Golden Pavilion, Kyoto The Treasury, Petra, Jordan
Apr May 2011