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Families Worldwide announces price reductions

4th March 2010 Print

Through careful housekeeping and by working closely with its ground handlers overseas, Families Worldwide has been able to make some big price reductions – up to £300 per person – on family holidays for 2010 and has passed the savings directly to its customers.

Ceylon Discovery – save up to £200 per child, £300 per adult (14 days)

Often referred to as Buddha’s Island, Sri Lanka is a country of enormous variety. With its amazing history of early Buddhism (which is apparent just about everywhere you go), lush green forests and jungle, cool highlands, ornate temples, wonderful food and friendly people – Sri Lanka is an ideal holiday destination.

The itinerary allows for plenty of interaction with locals to enable families to learn about their culture, dance, clothes, customs, religion and food. Not forgetting the wonderful beaches with their outrigger canoes and stilt fishermen. Summer holiday departures (25 July, 1 & 15 August) cost from £1299 per child, £1449 per adult, which includes flights, all transportation, 12 nights’ B&B (plus 2 lunches) and the services of a tour leader.

Egyptian summer – save up to £100 per person (9 days)

Two of Families Worldwide’s most popular trips to Egypt – Feluccas and Pyramids and Nile Cruise have had price reductions for May half term (Nile Cruise only) and summer departures. Highlights of the felucca trip includes the Pyramids, Sphinx, Egyptian Museum, desert camel trek, Valley of the Kings and a two day Nile Cruise. The Nile Cruise also includes the highlights of Cairo plus a three night cruise to Luxor. The 9 day Felucca trip costs from £899 per child, £999 per adult. The 9 day Nile Cruise costs from £999 per child, £1099 per adult. Both trips include flights, all transportation, accommodation, activities, some meals and the services of a tour leader.

Backwaters of Kerala – save up to £110 per person (12 days)

The state of Kerala in southern India is renowned for its tranquillity and beauty. Activities on the holiday include visiting a hill station, watching herds of wild elephants in Periyar National Park, a visit to a tea plantation and learning to cook Indian food! The itinerary also includes spending a night on a converted rice barge. The summer departures on 24 July and 7 August now cost from £1449 per child and £1569 per adult. This includes flights, all transportation, 10 nights’ accommodation (hotels and barge), some meals (9 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 1 evening meal), activities and the services of a tour leader.

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