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New Vietnam and North Macedonia itineraries join Bunnik range

The small group touring operator is going further off the beaten track with new itineraries for Australians to enjoy.

Travellers can see North Macedonia's Lake Ohrid on Bunnik's new tour.

A new destination and an established tourism hot spot are part of an expanded range from Bunnik Tours now released to the market.

Joint company CEO Dennis Bunnik visited North Macedonia in June and has experienced all the places and hotels included in the company’s debut tour.

“This magnificent country isn’t overrun with tourism which means clients will get a very authentic eastern Europe/Balkan experience,” Bunnik said.

“We are excited about broadening our selection of European short tours and can’t wait to introduce guests to North Macedonia through this fascinating new itinerary.”

The ‘North Macedonia’ tour begins in Skopje, the country’s capital and largest city, before making its way through Ohrid, Bitola and Kratovo over the course of 10 days.

Along the way, guests will get to enjoy some of Bunnik Tours signature special experiences, including lunch in a local family home in Brajcino and an afternoon of sampling local wine at Popova Kula Winery.

The company's Vietnam range has also expanded with a comprehensive new 19-day option.

Meanwhile, ‘Vietnam Adventure’ complements the country’s existing Multi-Activity tours and is designed for travellers with a good level of fitness.

This small group tour combines traditional sightseeing with activities such as cycling and kayaking.

Passengers will pedal their way through villages in Hoi An, cruise the waters of Halong Bay and trek tiered rice terraces in Sapa. The adventure takes a historic twist on a visit to the C? Chi Tunnels for a tour of the tunnels and underground bunkers.

Featuring a maximum of 20 guests and using spacious coaches, Bunnik Tours ‘short tour’ travelling style gives travellers more flexibility by being able to book their own flights or combine multiple tours together on one trip.

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Written by: Jon Underwood
Published: 5 September 2023

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