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CRUISE ITINERARY A: Singapore - Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia - Nha Trang, Vietnam -

Phu My (Ho Chi Minh City), Vietnam - Sihanoukville (Angkor Wat), Cambodia - Laem

Chabang (Bangkok), Thailand - Ko Samui, Thailand - Singapore.

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Date Itinerary Interior Balcony Mini-Suite

09 Dec 2016 A £2269 £2599 £2869

30 Dec 2016 A £2899 £3299 £3499

01 Feb 2017 A £2099 £2459 £2679

21 Feb 2017 B £1799 £2299 £2559

09 Mar 2017 A £1949 £2329 £2549

SRI LANKAN ELEPHANT

EXPERIENCE AND SOUTH

EAST ASIA CRUISE

Fly cruise holidays aboard Diamond Princess

Relax on the white sandy beaches of Sri Lanka and immerse yourself

in culture, exquisite dining and a safari experience like no other. Let

your worries ebb away surrounded by glorious sunshine, crystal clear

blue waters and big beautiful palm trees. No visit to Sri Lanka would

be complete without a trip to the best National Park on the Island

with a stop off at the Elephant Transit home where you can see native

elephants having their lunch time snack before taking a jeep safari

through the park to see all the amazing wildlife on show. Imagine

herds of elephants, wild buffalo and if you're lucky a rare sighting of

an elusive leopard. Not only will you get to do all this, but throw in

one night in Singapore and an eleven night cruise around south east

Asia, and you have the makings of once in a lifetime holiday.

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19 NIGHTS PRICES FROM

£1799PER PERSON

Sri Lanka

Singapore

CRUISE ITINERARY B: Singapore - Penang, Malaysia - Langkawi, Malaysia - Port

Kelang (Kuala Lumpur), Malaysia - Singapore - Ko Samui, Thailand - Laem Chabang

(Bangkok), Thailand - Phu My (Ho Chi Minh City), Vietnam - Singapore.

UDAWALAWE NATIONAL PARK

AND ELEPHANT TRANSIT HOME

Included in the price:

• Return flights from London

• All transfers

• 5 nights' 4-star B&B hotel stay

in Bentota, Sri Lanka

The Elephant Transit home is

sponsored by the Born Free Trust

and is where injured or orphaned

elephants from around the island are

brought and given treatment and

care. Once the elephants are strong

enough and old enough they are

relocated in the wild at Udawalawe

National Park. Udawalewe National

Park is an area of 31,800 hectares, which

was declared a protected sanctuary

with full national park status in 1972.

The park area, which falls within two

provinces of Sri Lanka, is surrounded

by mountain ranges. The terrain of the

park is a mixture of grassland, which

of all Sri Lanka's wildlife reserves best

rivals the Savanna of Africa and shrub

jungle. Teak plantations, water holes

and two important factors make this

park special - the large Udawalewe

Reservoir and the Walewe River, both of

which ensure a supply of water for the

fauna within. Internationally renowned

for its large herd of elephants, the park

is also known for several species of

Deer, Wild Boar, the dangerous Wild

Buffalo, Jackal and very rare sightings

of Leopard.

Elephants in Sri Lanka. Below: Tea plantations in Sri Lanka

• Day tour to Udawalawe

National Park and visit to

the Elephant Transit home

(sponsored by the Born

Free Trust), with Jeep Safari

and lunch

• One way flight to Singapore

• 1 night's 4-star B&B hotel

stay in Singapore

• 11 nights' full-board cruise

onboard the Diamond

Princess

• All taxes and port fees

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