THE WORLD ON YOUR DOORSETP IN VIP STYLE WITH SAGA'S COMPLIMENTARY CHAUFFEUR SERVICEMonday 21 January 2013
Over 50s specialist, Saga Holidays, is offering customers complimentary door-to-door chauffeur transfers on all long haul destinations in 2013, giving travellers a world of adventure and exciting destinations from their doorstep
The World on Your Doorstep in VIP Style with Saga’s Complimentary Chauffeur Service
Available on Saga’s Travellers World destinations, the VIP door-to-door travel service* includes a chauffeur service to the departure airport for no additional cost. Savvy travellers will start their holidays in VIP style, saving money and having the stress taken out of organising their transfers.
The 2013 Travellers World programme includes new getaways, with all-inclusive safaris to South Africa, a tour to land of the lemur – Madagascar, and to the Kerala backwaters in the south-western region of India.
This NEW 9 night tour to Lakeside Lodge is located within the Entabeni Safari Conservancy, situated on the banks of Entabeni Lake. The thatched, stone-built game lodge is a stylish and comfortable retreat, in contrast to the rugged wilderness that surrounds it. You won’t have to search for animals as they roam freely often within sight of the lodge, but the expert rangers will also guide you on game drives and walking safaris to make sure you don’t miss a thing!
Prices start from £1649pp departing July 2013 and include seven game drives, full board and a free bar open 12 hours a day.
Madagascar Land of the Lemurs
There is no place on Earth like Madagascar, home to an incredible array of flora and fauna evolved from 80 million years of isolation in the Indian Ocean. This unforgettable NEW adventure goes in search of the island’s unusual wildlife and gives a fascinating insight into the unique Malagasay culture.
Prices start from £2599pp departing Nov 2013, and include all breakfasts, seven lunches and all dinners
Soul of Kerala
This NEW 12 night tour includes a cruise through the Kerala backwaters, one of the most beautiful parts of India, and three nights on a charming houseboat reserved exclusively for Saga customers. Discover a wildlife sanctuary in Periyar, tea and spice plantations, and spend three nights relaxing on the tropical Malabar Coast.
Prices start from £2099pp departing October 2013, and include all breakfasts, dinners and three lunches.
Saga’s 2013 Travellers World brochure also features new tours that journey to Burma, Vietnam, Mozambique, Zambia and Malawi and Canada. Excellent value, Saga’s long haul getaways also include travel insurance, return flights and transfers, porterage at all hotels, tourist visas (where necessary), the services of a Saga tour manager, and of course the VIP door-to-door travel service.
To book visit www.sagaholidays.co.uk or call 0800 300 500
*Customers may have the vehicle to themselves on Saga’s VIP door-to-door chauffeur service, or they may share the journey with other Saga customers in a spacious vehicle with ample room to stretch out and store luggage.
Saga Travel is part of the Saga Group, which is the UK’s leading provider of holidays, products and services specifically designed for people aged 50 and over. With over 2 million customers, Saga provides insurance, financial services and holidays and publishes the monthly Saga Magazine.
Saga Holidays are available exclusively for people aged 50 and over, with a travelling partner of 40 or over. Single rooms are available at no extra cost on many hotel stays and tours and include welcome drink, porterage of luggage and cancellation cover. If Saga Holidays reduce the price of a holiday once it has been confirmed, the value of the saving will automatically be passed on to customers, which ensures that early bookers never miss out. This is the Saga promise. Saga Holidays also guarantee that the price of a holiday will not be subject to any surcharges, regardless of what may happen to fuel prices or exchange rates.
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