Globus launches 2017 Asia program with EBB worth up to $570

Globus launches 2017 Asia program with EBB worth up to $570

TORONTO — The Globus family of brands is boosting its Asia offering for 2017 with an expanded lineup of escorted coach tours, pre-packaged holidays for independent travellers and small-ship river cruising in Southeast Asia and China. Plus, for the first time, Cosmos will be offering Asia as well.

With Globus escorted tours are available to China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Japan and India. Most Globus Asia vacations are part of the company’s Small Group Discovery (SG) series, a program that allows no more than 20 travellers on a tour, ensuring a more personalized vacation.

Meanwhile Cosmos is offering introductory pricing on new China, Japan, Vietnam and Thailand tours. Cosmos’ new vacations to Asia include the eight-day ‘Classic Japan: The Golden Route’; the nine-day ‘A China Experience’; the 14-day ‘Simply Vietnam’ and the 13-day ‘Thailand Experience’.

For clients interested in travelling independently, Monograms is also providing dozens of itineraries, including new city getaways to Tokyo, Bangkok, Singapore and Dubai as well as new regional experiences in South Korea, Japan, Vietnam and Myanmar.

Avalon Waterways also invites clients to experience the destinations, cultures and stories found along Asia’s Yangtze, Mekong and Irrawaddy rivers aboard two 36-passenger ‘Suite Ships’ – the Avalon Myanmar and Avalon Siem Reap. The company also offers cruising on China’s Yangtze River.

As an incentive Globus has launched a ‘Take Off in 2017’ sale. Clients who book by May 2, 2017 can save 5% (up to $570 per couple). The early booking bonus applies only to the Globus brand, not Monograms, Cosmos or Avalon.

Globus’ 2017 Asia tours include the 10-day ‘Discover Japan’, the 11-day ‘Treasures of China’, the 13-day ‘Exploring Vietnam & Cambodia’ and the 10-day ‘Icons of India: The Taj, Tigers & Beyond’. These last three itineraries are Small Group Discovery Tour with 20 or fewer guests.

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