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Satisfy your appetite for adventure and head on over to Intrepid Travel, where their three-day sale through June 23 offers up to a 50 percent savings on some incredible tours. With trips to over 100 countries worldwide, Intrepid Travel takes tourists off the beaten path where they can meet locals and travel in an unconventional way. Explore the Middle East on a 15-day tour from Marrakech to Barcelona, with stops including Fes and Tangier. Travel from Beijing to Moscow by rail and experience the serenity of Siberia. Or, discover the Southern Cone on an 8-day tour from Santiago to Buenos Aires, stopping in Patagonia and Argentine wine country.
Take advantage of the lowest-priced package to Costa Rica, from $690 per person. Experience the country’s incredible diversity, from the wildlife in the Monteverde cloud forest, to the La Fortuna hot springs, to wild monkeys and the warm Pacific waters of Manuel Antonio National Park.
This three-day sale is good for travel completed by December 31, 2012. For a full list of trips with the promotional savings, visit Intrepid Travel or call 800-970-7299. Prices quoted do not include airfare.
Want to book a trip to Mexico but not sure where to start? Head over to Aeromexico’s new Gran Plan site for vacation package bookings. The site conveniently bundles air and hotel for Aeromexico destinations like Cancun, Mexico City, Puerto Vallarta, and Los Cabos. Gateways within the U.S. include major hubs like New York, Miami, and Los Angeles, as well as smaller cities such as Fresno, Phoenix, and Sacramento. There’s also a just-launched (as in yesterday) route between Las Vegas and Guadalajara. On the hotel front, you can expect to find perks and offers like room discounts, third night free, resort credits, and kids stay and eat free. Note that many flights require a stopover in Mexico City, but Aeromexico connections are easy at the new-ish Terminal 2, which opened in 2008. You’ll also be able to check your luggage without paying fees, and you might even get a free meal on the plane! us.granplan.com/packages
For general trip-planning information, see our Mexico Travel Guide.
For such a small – not to mention relatively young – country, Slovenia has a lot of buzz behind it these days. Throughout 2011, the central European nation bordering Croatia and Austria is celebrating 20 years of independence, with special summer and fall travel packages (slovenia.info) and jubilee events like the open-air photo exhibition “My, Your and Our Slovenia” in Ljubljana (through August 25), culminating with the main independence ceremony in the capital on December 23. In anticipation, the country recently debuted three new hotels: the four-star Hotel Golte perched high in the Alps, the Hotel Jožef in the lace-producing alpine town of Idrija, and the boutique Antiq Palace in Ljubljana. In 2012, sister city Maribor gets all the attention – the medieval metropolis has been named next year’s European Capital of Culture (maribor2012.info). Maribor also happens to be a nexus of viticulture. Many of Slovenia’s wines are produced here, and Maribor holds the Guinness record for the world’s oldest grapevine. Razveseliti!
From the Spring/Summer 2o11 issue of Smart Luxury Travel magazine by ShermansTravel.com.
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