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1 country \ 13 days \ from US$2207 per person
Viva Mexico! This place truly has it all! Crammed full of rich cultural tradition and diverse geography, there is something for everyone - from Puerto Vallarta and Cancun to the jungles of the Yucatan and from the World Heritage Site of Chichen Itza to the thriving metropolis of Mexico City. At every turn, there is so much to see and do! Immerse yourself in adventure activities, water sports, cultural sites, an unbelievable variety of food, and a sizzling nightlife! Mexico turns up the heat!
1 country \ 18 days \ from US$2659 per person
Starting Sydney-side wild nights & wildlife await you on the Aussie East Coast. Learn to surf in Coffs Harbour, enjoy a 'knees-up' at a farmstay, maybe hold a koala, then chill in paradise at our Whitsundays resort. Take a rooftop ride along the rainforest canopy, go snorkeling on the Great Barrier Reef & get a taste of what the East Coast life is like!
1 country \ 11 days \ from US$2003 per person
Walk in the footsteps of the Incas & live it up on this 11 day adventure. Experience the Colca Canyon, see the King of the Andes at Condor Cross & get up close to the locals & their unique way of life on Lake Titicaca’s floating islands. Pump up the volume in Cusco where action & adventure await, then wrap up the experience at Machu Picchu. Wash it all down with some Pisco Sours & good times in Peru’s awesome spots. You can choose to either trek the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, or take it easy & go by train.
1 country \ 11 days \ from US$1595 per person
New Zealand's the land of stunning natural beauty, action-packed activities & laid back culture. Kick off this trip in the land of "The Lord of the Rings", Wellington. Take in a dinner sunset cruise on Lake Taupo and brave the Rock'n Ropes course. In Rotorua try the 'Zorb' or skyline gondola & end the day relaxing in a Polynesian thermal pool. Black water raft the underground caves of Waitomo & in the Bay of Islands go sand dune surfing. Finally, the good times must come to an end in the country's biggest city, Auckland.
13 countries \ 24 days \ from US$3529 per person
This tour has it all - relaxed pace, amazing destinations - and it's year-round! Experience the diversity of Europe on the European Trail - journey through Western Europe, beyond the former 'Iron Curtain' into Poland & Hungary, soak up La Dolce Vita in romantic Italy, be blown away by epic vistas in the Swiss Alps & finish off in the gorgeous 'City of Lights', Paris. You couldn't ask for more!
1 country \ 16 days \ from US$2425 per person
If you love sun, water, fun & adventure then this is the perfect trip for you. Packed with loads of inclusions, you’ll experience the best of what makes the East Coast of Oz such a sought after place to visit. Learn to surf in Coffs Harbour, chill in the Whitsundays & get a taste of the action & adventure of Cairns with a bit of city action & bright lights mixed in for good measure. You'll swim, snorkel, maybe hold a koala or two, jet ski & even towel off for some shopping, bushwalking & tandem skydiving if you’re up for it. It’s the best of the East Coast rolled up into one cool adventure.
2 countries \ 12 days \ from US$2875 per person
Ancient history & fascinating culture make China a must-visit. Stroll the Great Wall & be dwarfed by the high-rises of Hong Kong & Shanghai. Get up close to the mystic limestone karsts of Yangshuo before being amazed by Xi’an’s famous & incredible Terracotta Army. When you’re not walking in the footsteps of emperors, see this amazing country from a different angle, like on the back of a rickshaw or bike!
I am travelling from the UK to the USA for the Grand Southern tour which means I will be there for 30 days in total. I have a UK passport and I believe this makes me eligible to apply for a visa waiver for travelling to USA. Has anyone ever used a visa waiver for a USA trip with Contiki? Should I apply for a visa waiver or a tourist visa? I am unsure because I will be travelling around USA not staying in one place for the whole time. Will I need to give all the hotel addresses to apply? I have tried looking on the visa waiver website and am still a little confused so any advice would be appreciated. Thanks Glenda