$5799 – Golden Triangle, Dubai & Luxury All-Inc Cruise
It's a particularly luxurious way to explore these exotic destinations
This incredible offer from Cruise1st includes a 6-day tour of India’s Golden Triangle, a 5-star hotel stay in Dubai and an all-inclusive luxury cruise to Singapore on the Azamara Journey. This offer is available for $5799 per person, twin share, and includes international flights, knocking $1773 off what you'd have to pay to put this itinerary together yourself.
- Return full-service flights from Australia including baggage
- A 6-day tour of India’s Golden Triangle including hotel stays in Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, plus breakfast daily, guided-tours and all transport
- A one-way flight to Dubai with baggage
- An overnight stay in a 5-star Dubai hotel
- An all-inclusive 15-night cruise in an Inside stateroom on Azamara Journey from Dubai to Singapore
- All meals, drinks and gratuities on board and a traditional Sri Lankan ceremony ashore
- All taxes, port and government charges
Travel dates: Valid for departure from Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne on November 18, 2017.
Other options: Upgrade to an Oceanview stateroom for an additional $400 per person, or a Verandah stateroom for an additional $1300 per person.
Upgrade your tour to the 'Taj and Tigers tour' for an extra $499 per person. This tour includes a 2-night stay in the Ranthambore National Park where you will get the opportunity to enjoy a Tiger safari.
Book before April 26.
About the Tour: The itinerary begins with a 6-day tour of India’s famous Golden Triangle -- Delhi, Agra and Jaipur -- where you’ll visit Delhi, the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Amber Fort among other highlights. From here you’ll fly to Dubai for an overnight stay in the city “where the warm azure waves of the sea meet the desert” (Fodor’s Travel).
Embark the Azamara Journey for an all-inclusive 15-night cruise to Singapore. Azamara Club Cruises are all about immersing yourself in the destination and this itinerary includes an overnight stay on board in Colombo, Sri Lanka, where you’ll enjoy a traditional Sri Lankan ceremony full of dancing, music and celebration. Other highlights on the cruise include ports of call in Mumbai, Goa and Cochin in India and Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, before disembarking in Singapore for your flight home.
The Azamara Journey offers “friendly service and impressive commitment to destination cruising” (Cruise Critic). The ship is smaller than most cruise liners and can reach ports that larger liners can not. Wines, beers and soft drinks are served throughout during your time on board and gratuities are included in your cruise fare. Holding just 690 passengers, the facilities on board include a cabaret lounge, a casino, a spa and fitness centre, various bars and lounges in which to relax and an informative lecture programme.