Tuesday, January 5, 2010
Grand Pacific Tours’ 32 Reasonz
Grand Pacific Tours, the New Zealand Luxury Coach Holiday specialist, has just released their 2010/11 Luxury Coach Holidays brochure and doubled the size to 32 pages. The distinct cover of Maori influenced Fence Posts automatically gives it an innovative New Zealand feel!
Grand Pacific Tours product portfolio is now clearly defined in three categories, offering an itinerary to suit all budgets and interests:-
• Luxury Coach Holidays
• Ultimate Small Group Touring
• Special Interest Tours
The Luxury Coach Holiday range of tours have been successfully operating for over 13 years with itineraries that vary in duration from 10 to 19 Days and are all inclusive of airfares, most meals, extensive sightseeing and travel on luxury 48 seater two door vehicles.
The Ultimate Small Group Touring collection offers a premium experience on New Zealand’s most luxurious touring vehicle boasting only 20 leather seats on a full size vehicle. Choose from one of four itineraries all including premium accommodation; a deluxe travel set and the intimacy of travelling in a small group environment providing a more discerning touring experience.
Also included are brief descriptions of the Special Interest Holidays that are based around themes such as Lawn Bowls, Probus, Steam Trains, Aviation & Garden Tours, but also including their new Christmas, New Year, Single Travellers and World of Wearable Arts Tour. A popular tour for rail buffs is the newly released 12 or 22 Day Steam Train Journey which will also be released as a stand-alone brochure in January.
The brochure also dedicates specific pages to outline the many points of difference offered by Grand Pacific Tours, in fact ’32 Reasonz’ to travel with the market leaders of New Zealand coach touring forms part of the company’s marketing release including their successful and unique Regional departure service aboard the Gold Class Coach.
The itineraries can be viewed online and brochures can also be ordered via the website.
For more information contact Grand Pacific Tours on 1800 622 768 or visit www.grandpacifictours.com
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