Friday, July 20, 2012

Trafalgar: Save up to $730 on South America

trafalgar-logo.png Take an unforgettable insider’s journey into South America, Mexico, Costa Rica and Panama. Visit the floating reed village of the Uros Indians to see their unique way of life. Enjoy a Be My Guest lunch of local cuisine at an Argentinian family’s home. When you travel with Trafalgar, it promises to be a value-packed insider’s journey beyond anything you could do on your own.

  • 13 guided vacations across a variety of travel styles, including At Leisure and Family Experiences
  • In-depth sightseeing with experienced Travel Directors, Local Guides and Local Experts
  • Unique Insider Experiences like Be My Guest dining and Local Specialties
  • First Class accommodations and transportation

Limited Time Offer

Save up to $730 per couple on 2013 South America vacations when you book and pay in full by September 30, 2012.*

Simply look for the 10 month Early Payment Discount in the price panel on each itinerary page to see how much you can save! And yes, we’ve waived the usual time-frame for full payment so make sure you take advantage of this opportunity to save. View the brochure online now.

Plus, book your trip with airfare on LAN Airlines and save an extra $300 per couple!**

Contact Naka’s Travel Service to book your Trafalgar vacations today - see more package tours around the world on the Tour with Naka’s page!

About Trafalgar

Operating since 1947, Trafalgar offers a wide range of holidays to Europe, Britain, Egypt, USA, Canada, South America, China, Australia and New Zealand, we’ve hosted over 2 million travelers worldwide and many return year after year.

Trafalgar is renowned and trusted for its outstanding quality, service, reliability and financial stability. With over 60 years of practice we’ve perfected the art of creating exceptional guided vacations. Every expertly designed travel experience includes transportation, via deluxe motor coach, rail or cruise ship, first class hotel accommodation, daily sightseeing and most meals and at at savings of up to 30% off the cost of doing it “on your own”.

Trafalgar continuously strives to fulfill our guests’ needs and exceed their expectations – attention to detail ensures you will enjoy a totally hassle-free vacation. We provide the perfect balance between organized activities and free time for individual exploration and relaxation – all you have to do is Dream. Pack. And leave… the rest to us.

*Offer is based on Trafalgar’s 10 month Early Payment Discount as featured on the itinerary pages within the brochure. Standard timeframe for full payment (10 months prior to departure) is being waived for all new bookings made and paid in full between July 19, 2012 and September 30, 2012. Sample savings of $730 per couple ($365 per person) based on 14-day Patagonian Grand Adventure. **$300 per couple ($150 per person) additional savings valid when flights from US gateway are booked on LAN Airlines in conjunction with a Trafalgar vacation for travel departing January 1 through March 31, 2013. Not valid on itineraries in Mexico, Costa Rica or Panama. Air and land portions must be booked and paid in full by September 30, 2012. Other conditions apply. CST# 2077132-20

Trafalgar: Save up to $1,200 per couple to Asia!

trafalgar-logo.png Take an unforgettable insider’s journey into China, Vietnam and Japan. Cruise along the Li River with a Local Guide for a taste of life far from the busy metropolis. Travel by rickshaw for a Be My Guest lunch at a traditional family Hutong home in Beijing. When you travel with Trafalgar, it promises to be a value-packed insider’s journey beyond anything you could do on your own.

  • Guided vacations, plus trips that feature luxury cruising on the Yangtze River
  • Explore in small groups of 26 to 35 guests with an expert Travel Director
  • Unique Insider Experiences like Be My Guest dining and Local Specialties
  • First Class accommodations and transportation
  • Carefully crafted extensions to Tibet, Cambodia and Thailand

Limited Time Offer

Book your 2013 vacation to China, Vietnam and Japan by September 30, 2012 and save up to $1,200!*

Simply look for the Pay-In-Full Discount in the price panel on each itinerary page within our brochure to see how much you can save! View the brochure online now.

Contact Naka’s Travel Service to book your Trafalgar vacations today - see more package tours around the world on the Tour with Naka’s page!

About Trafalgar

Operating since 1947, Trafalgar offers a wide range of holidays to Europe, Britain, Egypt, USA, Canada, South America, China, Australia and New Zealand, we’ve hosted over 2 million travelers worldwide and many return year after year.

Trafalgar is renowned and trusted for its outstanding quality, service, reliability and financial stability. With over 60 years of practice we’ve perfected the art of creating exceptional guided vacations. Every expertly designed travel experience includes transportation, via deluxe motor coach, rail or cruise ship, first class hotel accommodation, daily sightseeing and most meals and at at savings of up to 30% off the cost of doing it “on your own”.

Trafalgar continuously strives to fulfill our guests’ needs and exceed their expectations – attention to detail ensures you will enjoy a totally hassle-free vacation. We provide the perfect balance between organized activities and free time for individual exploration and relaxation – all you have to do is Dream. Pack. And leave… the rest to us.

*Savings valid on new bookings made from Trafalgar’s 2013 Asia brochure. Pay-In-Full Discount is based on full payment made by September 30, 2012. Savings will vary by itinerary, and exact savings can be found on the itinerary page within the 2013 brochure. Sample savings of $1,200 per couple ($600 per person) based on Trafalgar’s Grand China & the Yangtze when full payment is received by September 30, 2012. Offer may not be valid on all itineraries. While not combinable with other promotional offers,savings are combinable with other brochure discounts and show coupons. CST# 2077132-20

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Explore Japan by Rail: JR Pass Rates July 19 2012

The Japan Rail Pass, which is issued by the JR (Japan Railway) Group, offers travelers excellent value for money and convenience. The Rail Pass enables the almost unlimited use of JR trains and its affiliated bus and ferry services within various areas of Japan. The Japan Rail Pass can also be used for the Tokyo monorail to Haneda Airport and the Narita Express to Narita Airport.

The Japan Rail Pass is available only to people from abroad who wish to travel to Japan as “temporary visitors” for sightseeing. The pass must be purchased before entering Japan.

Japan Rail Pass exchange rate for July 19th 2012 through July 25th 2012 - 1 USD =80.17 JPY

JR Pass prices are updated for the current exchange rate every Thursday.

See http://www.nakastrav … l.com/rail-pass.html for details and current pricing.

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Japan’s four major islands, Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu and Shikoku are covered by an extensive and reliable network of railways. About 70 percent of Japan’s railway network is owned and operated by the Japan Railways (JR), while the remaining 30 percent belongs to dozens of other private railway companies, especially in and around metropolitan areas.

The Japan Railways Group, more commonly known as JR Group (JRグループ), is made up of six regional passenger railway companies, which are JR Hokkaido, JR East, JR Central, JR West, JR Shikoku, and JR Kyushu, and one nationwide freight railway company, JR Freight. Together they operate a nationwide network of urban, regional and inter-regional train lines, night trains and shinkansen (bullet trains).

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Explore Japan by Rail: JR Pass Rates July 12 2012

The Japan Rail Pass, which is issued by the JR (Japan Railway) Group, offers travelers excellent value for money and convenience. The Rail Pass enables the almost unlimited use of JR trains and its affiliated bus and ferry services within various areas of Japan. The Japan Rail Pass can also be used for the Tokyo monorail to Haneda Airport and the Narita Express to Narita Airport.

The Japan Rail Pass is available only to people from abroad who wish to travel to Japan as “temporary visitors” for sightseeing. The pass must be purchased before entering Japan.

Japan Rail Pass exchange rate for July 12th 2012 through July 18th 2012 - 1 USD =80.17 JPY

JR Pass prices are updated for the current exchange rate every Thursday.

See http://www.nakastrav … l.com/rail-pass.html for details and current pricing.

jrrail.jpg

Japan’s four major islands, Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu and Shikoku are covered by an extensive and reliable network of railways. About 70 percent of Japan’s railway network is owned and operated by the Japan Railways (JR), while the remaining 30 percent belongs to dozens of other private railway companies, especially in and around metropolitan areas.

The Japan Railways Group, more commonly known as JR Group (JRグループ), is made up of six regional passenger railway companies, which are JR Hokkaido, JR East, JR Central, JR West, JR Shikoku, and JR Kyushu, and one nationwide freight railway company, JR Freight. Together they operate a nationwide network of urban, regional and inter-regional train lines, night trains and shinkansen (bullet trains).

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Explore Japan by Rail: JR Pass Rates July 5 2012

The Japan Rail Pass, which is issued by the JR (Japan Railway) Group, offers travelers excellent value for money and convenience. The Rail Pass enables the almost unlimited use of JR trains and its affiliated bus and ferry services within various areas of Japan. The Japan Rail Pass can also be used for the Tokyo monorail to Haneda Airport and the Narita Express to Narita Airport.

The Japan Rail Pass is available only to people from abroad who wish to travel to Japan as “temporary visitors” for sightseeing. The pass must be purchased before entering Japan.

Japan Rail Pass exchange rate for July 5th 2012 through July 11th 2012 - 1 USD =80.17 JPY

JR Pass prices are updated for the current exchange rate every Thursday.

See http://www.nakastrav … l.com/rail-pass.html for details and current pricing.

jrrail.jpg

Japan’s four major islands, Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu and Shikoku are covered by an extensive and reliable network of railways. About 70 percent of Japan’s railway network is owned and operated by the Japan Railways (JR), while the remaining 30 percent belongs to dozens of other private railway companies, especially in and around metropolitan areas.

The Japan Railways Group, more commonly known as JR Group (JRグループ), is made up of six regional passenger railway companies, which are JR Hokkaido, JR East, JR Central, JR West, JR Shikoku, and JR Kyushu, and one nationwide freight railway company, JR Freight. Together they operate a nationwide network of urban, regional and inter-regional train lines, night trains and shinkansen (bullet trains).