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Cruise itinerary I (10 nights): Singapore - Benoa (Bali),

Indonesia - Port Kelang (Kuala Lumpur), Malaysia - Penang,

Malaysia - Phuket, Thailand - Singapore

Cruise itinerary II (11 nights): Singapore - Kota Kinabalu,

Malaysia - Nha Trang, Vietnam - Phu My (Ho Chi Minh

City), Vietnam - Sihanoukville, Cambodia - Laem Chabang

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

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

✥ Return flights from London

✥ All private transfers

✥ Five nights' 4-star half-board hotel stay in

Bentota, 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

✥ One night's 4-star B&B hotel stay in Singapore

✥ 10-11 nights' full-board cruise onboard

Sapphire 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 and a stop off

at the Elephant Transit home. Here 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 a ten or

eleven night cruise around south east Asia, and you have the makings of once in a lifetime holiday.

UDAWALAWE NATIONAL PARK

AND ELEPHANT TRANSIT HOME:

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.

SRI LANKAN ELEPHANT EXPERIENCE & FAR EAST CRUISE

Sapphire Princess • 18-19 Nights • November - December 2017 & January - February 2018 • Prices from £2099pp

Date Itinerary Interior Oceanview Balcony Mini-Suite

25 Nov 2017 I* £2229 £2429 £2679 £2979

12 Dec 2017 II £2649 £2799 £3159 £3749

23 Dec 2017 I £2929 £3029 £3249 SOLD OUT

2 Jan 2018 II £2779 £2879 £3169 £3469

21 Jan 2018 II £2429 £2639 £2839 £3239

1 Feb 2018 I £2289 £2529 £2639 £2889

18 Feb 2018 I £2099 £2379 £2529 £2829

*Cruise itinerary varies

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