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Deal of the Week: Earlybird discounts with Cosmos


Take advantage of new tours and beach stays in Asia

In celebration of the release of its new tours and beach stays in Asia, Cosmos is offering earlybird discounts to travellers.

 

Couples can save up to $300* (per couple) on all Cosmos Asia bookings until 31 January 31 2014, or until sold out.

 

Cosmos recently revealed its new Asia brochure, offering, for the first time, a choice of beach-side getaways in Phuket, Koh Samui and Goa, as well as two new tours in China and Sri Lanka: China’s Cities of Contrast and the Grand Tour of Sri Lanka.

 

China’s Cities of Contrast will see travellers take China’s futuristic high-speed train between Beijing and Shanghai and visiting the destinations such as the Forbidden City, the Summer Palace, the Great Wall and the spectacular cityscapes of Shanghai’s old and new quarters.

 

The Grand Tour of Sri Lanka is an 11-day tour through Sri Lanka, beginning and ending in Colombo.  Highlights include the famous Sigiriya Rock Fortress, the ancient ruins of Polonnaruwa, the markets and temples of Kandy, hilltop tea plantations and the jungle wildlife of national parks at Minneriya, Horton Plains and Yala.

 

Cosmos Marketing Manager Australasia Christian Schweitzer said the Cosmos Asia program had grown significantly since its introduction to the Australian market three years ago.

 

“This year’s bookings have been more than double last year’s and we’ve reached the point where Australians represent almost a third of our Cosmos Asia travellers,” Mr Schweitzer said.

 

“In some instances our groups are made up entirely by Australians, which reflects the fact we have a strong affinity with Asia and shows this market has excellent potential for future growth.”

 

For full details and travel agent bookings contact the Globus Family of Brands travel agent support team or visit their website.

 

*Prices subject to availability and conditions.

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Written by: Gaya Avery
Published: 17 November 2013


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