Contiki announces new Bali trip for 2016/17 Asia program

Toronto – Contiki has announced 2016/17 departures for its highly anticipated Asia product. The popular youth travel brand now visits seven countries and 37 cities with nine unique itineraries, including the new eight-day ‘Bali Island Hopper’ heading to Seminyak, Gili Trawangan and Senggigi, ranked one of the world’s best islands by ‘Travel + Leisure’.

To celebrate the launch of this hot new destination, travellers can take 10% off the cost of their trip when they pay in full by Dec. 23, 2015 saving up to $540. This deal is valid for all nine of their Asia itineraries.

“Asia is an incredible destination for young Canadian wanderlusters craving adventure – Contiki’s small group sizes enables travellers to immerse themselves in vibrant cultures and local experiences, plus save some money with our booking offer,” said Brad Ford, President of Contiki Canada. “With this new itinerary complementing the rest of our amazing Asia product, millenials can tick off their bucket lists with surfing and snorkelling in Bali to action-packed days in Tokyo to exploring the beauty of the Thai Islands.”

Contiki’s top three, handpicked Asia itineraries for 2016 include:

  • Bali Island Hopper (new):This eight-day holiday includes highlights like Uluwatu Temple, optional diving and surf lessons, plus a snorkelling daytrip around the Gili islands.
  • Thai Island Hopper West:Guests will travel by boat between Phuket, Koh Phi Phi and Krabi with plenty of time to relax on the beach and visit popular sites like Khao Phing Kan (“James Bond Island”) and Bamboo Island. They’ll also explore Patong’s lively nightlife scene and indulge in Thai delicacies like fresh papaya smoothies, mango sticky rice and Pad Thai in local restaurants and street food stands. Want an inside look at this awesome getaway? WatchCasie Stewart’s Vine videos from her #ContikiThai trip for a glimpse of this sought after holiday spot.
  • Big Indochina Adventure:This 25-day journey visits Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam in one incredible adventure. Travellers will stop for night shopping at the riverside trading-post village of Pakbeng, home to exquisite handmade goods and a must-do for shopping fiends. They’ll also observe rural Laos living by sleeping in a local guesthouse and end off with a daytrip to Halong Bay by local boat to explore a small hidden grotto.

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