Cuba Family Discovery 11 Day hotel tour - Adventure Holidays
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Cuba Family Discovery 11 Day hotel tour - Adventure Holidays

Itinerary & DetailsDay 1 - Havana - Today is a joining day and you may arrive at any timeto the hotel. After checking in the remainder of the day is at yourleisure to get excited about your family adventure ahead.Accommodation: Hotel includedDay 2 - Havana - Today you head out and discover Havana new andold. Cuba is a country rich in history and on the verge of change asthey approach the end of the Castro era. You explore the colourfultreasures of old Havana on a guided orientation tour and learn aboutCuba’s historic past and how it shaped the country you see today. Heartales about Che Guevara, Fidel Castro and Ernest Hemmingway andthe roles they played, some small and others on a grand scale. Youwill see the old city inside the original fortified walls - La HabanaVieja - houses the finest collection of antique colonial buildings in theAmericas. The Plaza de Armas is dominated by the former residenceof the Spanish governors, now the City Museum, whose artifactsreflect the extravagant lifestyle. You see the 18th century baroquecathedral and mansions which line the cobbled Plaza de la Catedraland Calle del Obispo (main shopping district). There are many optionalexcursions to fill your time in Havana however, a great way to get a feelof the city is to simply roam the streets or kick back in one of the manycafes and absorb a country on the on the cusp of change.Accommodation: Hotel included | Meals: Breakfast includedDay 3 - Viñales - After breakfast you head towards the lush tropicalparadise and UNESCO World Heritage area of the Viñales Valley,famed for its tobacco plantations. Along the way you pass tall palmtrees, cane fields and farmers tending to their crops. You stop at LasTerrazas situated near the Sierra del Rosario Mountains where youlearn about farming and the coffee plantation process. Stopping atthe nearby San Juan River we have a chance to swim in the sulphursprings and natural pools. Before arriving in Viñales we have onemore stop at a cigar factory; one of Cuba’s biggest exports. Boastingdramatic rolling karsts rising from the ground and lush tobaccoplantations Viñales is a laid back, relaxed and beautiful green area.Options: Canopy tourAccommodation: Hotel included | Meals: Breakfast includedDay 4 - Viñales - Today you take a guided tour through lush unspoiltcountryside; it almost feels like the town that time forgot. We have thepossibility to stop at a local farmer’s house for a taste of traditionalrural country life. Venturing further afield you next visit the stunninglimestone cave Cueva del Indio, with stalactites and stalagmitesgrowing from the ground and ceiling. We leave the cave by boat beforereturning to Viñales.Accommodation: Hotel included | Meals: Breakfast and lunch includedDay 5 - Bay of Pigs; Playa Larga - Retracing your steps towardsHavana and south to the Matanzas province you hit the ZapataPeninsula, the perfect location in Cuba to see the Bee Hummingbird -the world’s smallest bird in its natural habitat. From here we travel toCienfuegos stopping en route to the infamous Bay of Pigs Cross, nowa nature reserve whose swamplands are perfect conditions for Cuba’ssmall crocodile, but ultimately made famous by the failed invasion ofCuba at the Bay of Pigs in 1961. We visit a crocodile breeding farm forthe Cuban endangered crocodile before our overnight on a beautifulCaribbean beach.Accommodation: Hotel included | Meals: Breakfast includedDay 6 - Cienfuegos - This morning you venture to the Caleta Buenafor swimming and snorkelling opportunities in the natural pools.These are home to many species of tropical and coral fish. You enjoy abuffet lunch before making your way to Cienfuegos where you enjoy awalking tour after checking into the hotel.Accommodation: Hotel included | Meals: Breakfast and lunch includedDay 7: Trinidad - You enjoy a morning drive to Trinidad, the bestpreserved town in Cuba situated in the Sancti Spiritus province andnow a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Paved with narrow cobble-stonedstreets this city is virtually car free and adds to the relaxed atmospheremaking for a leisurely sightseeing visit. This morning you venture outon foot to the old area of town around the Plaza Mayor. You’ll also visitone of the museums reflecting how the rich families lived at the time.In the evening there is often music or performances happening whichadd a different dynamic to your experience.Accommodation: Hotel included | Meals: Breakfast includedDay 8 - Cayo Blanco Boat Trip - Today you enjoy a full day boat tripto Cayo Blanco by boat, a small stretch of land in the middle of thesea with a stunning white sandy beach. This is the perfect opportunityto snorkel over multi-coloured coral reefs gazing at a multitude ofbeautifully decorated fish species. If snorkelling isn’t your thing youcan laze on the golden sands or spend your day swimming in thecrystal clear waters.Accommodation: Hotel included | Meals: Breakfast includedDay 9 - Santa Clara - Nearby to Trinidad is a former plantation owner’sproperty, El Cubano Hacienda. You enjoy a local travel experience bytravelling on the back of a truck through lush green scenery. Uponarrival there are loads of nature tracks to explore surrounded byCuba’s rural vegetation and isolated wilds. Some of these tracks leadto natural clear watering holes where you to swim and cool down orfor those seeking more adventure why not try horse riding? In theafternoon we take a short drive to the colonial town of Sancto Spiritus,here you can shop in the local market or ration store and see howCuban’s go about their everyday shopping. Leaving here you drive toSanta Clara.Accommodation: Hotel included | Meals: Breakfast includedDay 10 - Varadero - Santa Clara was made famous as the last site ofthe battle for revolution where Che Guevara triumphantly attacked anarmoured train therefore forcing the Batists to flee Cuba. Here youwill visit Che’s Mausoleum and the actual train left behind as evidenceof the battle. Departing Santa Clara you drive to the “all inclusive”Caribbean paradise of Varadero which draws in tourists from all overthe world in search of a relaxing beach stay. Take time to swim, relaxor shop as you near the end of your trip.Accommodation: Hotel included | Meals: Breakfast includedGRAND AMERICAN ADVENTURES 16-17 Grange Mills, Weir Road, London SW12 ONEUK & Worldwide Sales and Reservations TEL: +44 (0)20 8682 8921 FAX +44 (0)20 8675 0551USA Sales TEL: 1 (800) 873 5872 Email: No.Y0696Accredited Agent91-2-743306576

Day 11 - Havana - This morning is free to relax on the beach beforeheading back to Havana where your tour ends upon arrival.Meals: Breakfast includedThis tour ends at our gateway hotel at approximately 17:00 hrs.We can book you post-tour accommodation at our gateway hotel ifrequired. If you are planning to fly tonight, please do not book a flightthat departs before 21:00 hrs.Inclusions• Services of a professional bilingual tour leader• Transportation in a private adventure vehicle and boat• 9 nights hotels on a twin share basis and 1 night lodge• 10 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 1 dinner includedOptional ActivitiesThere are many opportunities for optional activities during yourtour. Your tour guide will organise these on your behalf and you willpay locally in cash. Featured activities and approximate prices arelisted below:• Canopy tour, Las Terrazas CUC25 (US$25)All details are provided in good faith. Due to the nature of travel, thisinformation can change and should therefore be taken as an indicationonly and not as a contractual obligation on the part of Grand AmericanAdventures. If you have any questions, please contact us.Please also ensure that you download an up-to-date copy of thisdossier before you depart to join your tour to ensure you have the mostup to date information as occasionally our itineraries may be amendedeither in response to feedback from customers or for operationalreasons. This dossier was last updated on 18/02/2013.CUSTOMER FeedbackWhen asked, “what was the best part of the tour”, previoustravellers said:“Being driven to Havana in open top 1954 car wow what a start.Swimming in 2 rivers and the snorkelling trip all excellent. Ourguide was very helpful with our son who had severe food allergies(anaphylaxis). Our guide, Las was exceptional. He really made theholiday. “ - Mr Rodney MorganHigh / Low Temperatures in Celsius (ºC)Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov DecHavana HIGH 26 27 28 30 31 32 32 32 31 30 28 27LOW 17 17 18 19 21 23 23 23 23 22 19 18Viñales HIGH 26 26 27 28 30 30 31 30 29 30 28 26LOW 17 17 18 19 22 23 23 23 22 22 20 18Bay of HIGH 26 27 26 27 29 29 28 29 30 30 29 27Pigs LOW 16 17 17 18 21 22 21 23 23 22 20 18Cienfuegos HIGH 19 19 20 21 22 25 23 25 23 27 25 21LOW 15 15 15 18 18 20 20 20 19 21 20 17Trinidad HIGH 26 27 28 28 30 31 32 31 30 30 28 27LOW 17 17 18 20 22 23 23 24 23 22 20 18Santa Clara HIGH 25 23 26 29 30 27 23 28 23 28 27 26LOW 17 14 18 20 23 22 19 22 19 22 20 17Varadero HIGH 27 27 29 30 31 32 33 33 32 31 29 27LOW 18 17 19 20 22 23 23 23 23 23 20 17C / F Conversions: -10ºC = 14ºF 0ºC = 32ºF 10ºC = 50ºF 20ºC = 68ºF30ºC = 86ºF 40ºC = 104ºFPhysical Rating/PreparationOur Family Discovery tours have been developed with both fun andsafety in mind and are suitable for families with children aged 8 yearsor older. On our active family tours you will enjoy an incredible arrayof experiences and activities. Your tour leader will organise eachday’s activities, and you don’t have to be athletic or have previousexperience to enjoy our family holidays. Some of the activities areleft as optional so you can tailor your tour according to your family’slevel of adventure.Tour ItinerariesAlthough each tour follows an itinerary, there is a certain amountof flexibility and from time to time your tour leader may suggestchanges. This may be due to road conditions, weather or a visit to aspecial attraction or event that happens to be in progress. Flexibility iskey and often a side diversion will be a highlight of the tour. Hikes andoptional activities cannot be guaranteed and may vary depending onability, group interest, local weather conditions and time of year.Before You DepartPre/Post Tour HotelsGrand American Adventures tours begin and end at our gatewayhotels, which are conveniently located in our departure and arrivalcities. This tour spends the first night in the joining city and youare free to arrive at any time today. A pre-departure meeting isgenerally conducted at 18:00pm. You may check into the hotel after3pm at your leisure. Please see your tour voucher for hotel detailsand additional information.We can generally book up to 2 nights before and after your touralthough; additional nights may be available on request.For more information on our gateway hotels or to book, pleasecontact our reservations team or ArrangementsWe recommend you book your flight to arrive into the departurecity at least one day prior to your tour’s departure; this will allowyou some adjustment time and opportunities for sightseeing. Thetrip ends after breakfast on the final day.For anyone leaving from the UK we would be pleased to bookyour flight in conjunction with your tour. Please contact us forcompetitive prices on flights departing from most UK airports.GRAND AMERICAN ADVENTURES 16-17 Grange Mills, Weir Road, London SW12 ONEUK & Worldwide Sales and Reservations TEL: +44 (0)20 8682 8921 FAX +44 (0)20 8675 0551USA Sales TEL: 1 (800) 873 5872 Email: No.Y0696Accredited Agent91-2-743306576

if the leader’s performance meets or exceeds your expectations, werecommend you consider a tip of USD$5-7 per person, per day, inappreciation of the service you receive.LUGGAGE ALLOWANCEEach passenger will be allowed one bag, backpack or suitcase (20kgmaximum). A small daypack and camera may also be carried in ourvehicle.PACKING TIPSfor any immunisations that may be required to be completed. Thisis especially true for those planning travel to tropical areas ordeveloping countries. A health professional will be able to assessyour individual need for immunisations or preventative medicationdepending on your health situation, previous immunisation historyand your travel itinerary. Information prior to your consultationwith a doctor can be obtained from the ‘Fit for Travel’ website There are malarial regions in LatinAmerica and it is recommended to consult your GP vaccinationcentre for the most up to date information.What you need for your tourSPENDING MONEYWe recommend you take at least GBP£55 per person per day to coverlocal expenses, but it’s better to bring more than you need ratherthan run short on tour. Your spending money needs to cover mealsand drinks, optional activities, personal expenses such as laundry,souvenirs and snacks along the way. ATM/Cash points are widelyavailable in all major cities and small towns, but may be limitedin some off the beaten track destinations, so we suggest you haveGBP£200 with you in cash. Please ensure that your credit or debitcards have international access and a PIN number to access yourfunds at the start of the tour. Please note it is not easily possible toexchange US$ and you will generally be charged 10% to do so. It isadvisable to take GBP or EUR. Also please note that when using yourcredit card to withdraw funds it is assumed you are withdrawing froma USD account and will charge you 10%.PRE-PAID CURRENCY CARDSIt is personal preference as to how you take your money and it’srecommended to take some cash with you to be prepared when youarrive, but Grand American Adventures is pleased to endorse FairFXprepaid currency cards. Please ask one of our sales consultants orclick on the link to find out how toreceive a FREE currency card, worth a retail value of £9.95.TIPPINGAlthough it may not be customary in your country, it is normal andexpected in Latin America to tip local service providers or any typeof guide. Service workers are paid a low wage and depend upontheir tips for their livelihood. A minimum of 10% is standard inrestaurants. Your tour leader also works long and hard for you, soClothingPlease keep in mind that our dress tends to be informal. It is advisedthat you take a practical selection of clothes for both warm andcool climates to suit the season. Please see the temperature guideshowing the highs and lows that can be expected in key locationsthat your tour visits. However please remember that this is just aguide and you may encounter a wide variety of temperatures enroute due to altitude and unforeseen weather conditions - so it’sbest to be prepared!Besides your essential clothing, here’s a checklist of other itemsyou should take:• Waterproof jacket• Warm sweater / fleece• Casual ‘evening out’ clothes• Hiking shoes / boots• Comfortable day shoes• Sandals or flip-flops• Warm hat / gloves• Swim wear• Sun hat / sunglasses• Camera / binoculars• Small flashlight / torch• Sunscreen / insect repellent (20% DEET)• Travel power adaptor (optional)• Toiletries / personal medicinePlease note airlines have various rules on what can be carried inyour luggage - if in doubt check with your airline before travelling.FootwearAs our family tours are quite active, we recommend comfortableshoes to make walking and sightseeing more enjoyable. Walkingtends to be of a decent standard although there may be unevensurfaces so it is best to wear covered shoes with ankle support. Ifyou do not own a pair of walking boots or trail shoes then trainers(sneakers) will suffice.CLOTHES WASHINGYou will have the opportunity to wash your clothes whilst you are ontour, and this can often be done at the hotel or in a local town. Askyour tour leader for local information.BATTERY CHARGINGMany of our travellers bring mobile phones, music devices andcameras that require frequent battery charging during a tour. For hoteltours your hotel room will have an electrical outlet (just rememberyour international adaptor!) You may want to consider bringing extrabatteries to avoid missing out on that amazing photograph.GRAND AMERICAN ADVENTURES 16-17 Grange Mills, Weir Road, London SW12 ONEUK & Worldwide Sales and Reservations TEL: +44 (0)20 8682 8921 FAX +44 (0)20 8675 0551USA Sales TEL: 1 (800) 873 5872 Email: No.Y0696Accredited Agent91-2-743306576

Keeping in touchPlease check with your network provider as to whether yourmobile phone will work in Latin America. Grand AmericanAdventures has partnered with e-kit to provide some of thecheapest ways to keep in touch with family and friends while ontour. E-kit can provide international calling cards, pre-paid SIMsor international mobile handsets. All Grand American Adventurescustomers are eligible for a free SIM card plus USD$5 callingcredit; please see for more details.JOINING YOUR TOURTOUR AND ACCOMMODATION VOUCHERSA Tour Voucher will be emailed to you once your balance has beenpaid in full. Vouchers for any hotel nights you have booked beforeor after your tour as well as any additional day tours will also beavailable for you to print. For those without email access yourvouchers will be posted. Please make sure that these vouchers arecorrect and please take these with you when you travel.Joining PointYou will need to make your own way to the gateway hotel or joiningpoint for your tour. Please find the details for this tour below:Hotel Occidental MiramarQuinta Avenida 72 y 76MiramarHavanaCubaTel: 0053 7204 3584Transfer: Jose Marti International Airport is located about 20km fromthe hotels of Playa and Miramar. It’s a quick 20 minute journey afterleaving the airport to Hotel Occidental Miramar. The airport itself isquite small but you should be aware that both entering and leavingthe country can be a slow process. Immigrations usually takes about5 minutes per person so it’s quite common for there to be longqueues to enter or leave the country. Once you have passed throughImmigrations, your hand luggage will also pass through a securitycheck ( x – ray ) and you then proceed to pick up your luggage. Please beaware that luggage often comes off on 2 separate carousels! It’s alsoquite usual for luggage attendants to take luggage off the carousels.Please check all these options before assuming that your luggage hasbeen lost! There are two taxi companies to be used OK taxi or Panataxiand they will charge you approximately 15CUC for the ride.Arrival ComplicationsSometimes the unexpected can happen; your plane may be delayedor you may even miss it! If you have missed your tour departure, firstcheck with the hotel to see if your tour leader has left you a message.If not, call the relevant emergency number and speak to our staffwho will be happy to help you catch up with the group. Please notethat you are responsible for any extra travelling expenses incurreddue to you missing your tour’s departure, so please be on time.LUGGAGE STORAGEAlthough we cannot provide luggage storage facilities on this tour,some of our gateway hotels may offer this service. Please contactthe hotel directly for further information.Finishing PointHotel Occidental MiramarQuinta Avenida 72 y 76MiramarHavanaCubaTel: 0053 7204 3584This tour has a built in final night in Havana and you are freeto depart at any time on the last day. If you require any furtheraccommodation, it is essential that you book this before your tourdeparts.EMERGENCY CONTACTIn the event of an emergency or if you wish to report a problemon tour please do not hesitate to call our toll free* 24-houremergency contact number. Remember, if we don’t know aboutit we won’t be able to do anything about it. Phone number forfamily to contact you:Cuba trips: 0053 5 287 0805 or 0053 5 286 1286about our toursTransportationAll of our private vehicles are designed to ensure your safety,comfort and enjoyment of the tour. We use vehicles which aresmaller in size and allow us to reach the more remote destinationsnot accessible to larger vehicles. All our vehicles are equipped withair-conditioning and comply with local health and safety standards.ACCOMMODATIONHotel accommodation will be in clean, comfortable hotels or lodgeswith en-suite bathroom facilities, chosen for their friendly atmosphereand proximity to the highlights. Rooming on our tours is usually basedon a twin share basis, but when requested we try to accommodatefamilies in triple rooms (double bed plus a rollaway bed) or family/quad rooms (two double beds) wherever we can. We also aim toprovide interconnecting hotel rooms or rooms which are next doorto each other, however please note this is not always possible duringbusy times. When arranging the rooming for our tours we try to meetthe needs of all families however, as they come in all sizes we do notoffer fixed rooming arrangements and we ask you to be as flexible aspossible. Please make any specific rooming requests when you bookyour tour and we will do our best to accommodate you.SECURITYNo matter where you find yourself in the world, you need to lookafter your valuables. In general, the safest place for items such aspassports, flight tickets and cash is on your person or in a hotel safewhere available, and do not leave valuables in the vehicle. When indoubt consult your tour leader.We would like to remind you that you are ultimately responsible foryour safety and well-being. Whether you are taking public transport,going for a hike or taking part in an optional activity, we request thatyou carry yourself in a mature and responsible manner - not onlyfor your own personal safety, but for that of the group and othertravellers.GRAND AMERICAN ADVENTURES 16-17 Grange Mills, Weir Road, London SW12 ONEUK & Worldwide Sales and Reservations TEL: +44 (0)20 8682 8921 FAX +44 (0)20 8675 0551USA Sales TEL: 1 (800) 873 5872 Email: No.Y0696Accredited Agent91-2-743306576

MEALSOn hotel based tours, you will usually eat out in local restaurants.To help you budget for your meals below is outlined the mostrecent costs in local currency:Coffee/tea CUC 1.00Soft drink/small bottle of water CUC 1.00/1.50Medium beer CUC 1.00/1.50Bottle of wine CUC 7.00 onwardsPage 8 of 9Bottle of water CUC 0.70/2.50Local snack lunch CUC 5.003-course dinner* CUC 10.00/15.00*reasonable mid-range tourist class restaurantNB: it can be hard to find a suitable place to eat while travelling inCuba, as roadside restaurants tend to cater for large tour groupsand either offer a fixed meal or a very limited selection of snacks. Inthe cities and towns small privately-owned restaurants, paladares,offer a little more choice but can often only seat a maximum oftwelve people (the number for which they are officially licensed)though some proprietors will often find a practical solution.Your Tour LeaderYour tour leader will take care of all the planning and organisationthroughout your tour, they will drive the van taking you from A to Band make sure everything runs smoothly. Your tour leader is thereto make sure you get the most out of your tour; organising activities,providing information and answering any questions you may haveas well as sorting out any queries or problems you may encounter.If you have any particular interests or things you would like to do onyour tour, then please let your tour leader know at the beginning ofthe tour and they will do their best to help you.THE GROUPThe maximum group size is 20 and you will travel in a group witha few other families. Our family discovery tours are designed forchildren 8 years and over, and there must be a least one adultand one child under the age of 18 to travel on a family tour. Otherthan that, everyone is welcome on our family tours; single parentfamilies, grandparents, aunties, uncles and family friends too – themore the merrier! Your fellow travellers will come from a rangeof countries worldwide (average of 2-3 nationalities per group), allsharing a passion for discovery.Our tours are a unique holiday experience and much of yourenjoyment will come from sharing and bonding with other families.We cannot emphasise enough the importance of bringing a positiveattitude with you on tour; a sure guarantee to enjoying each andevery moment, even in the adversity of the odd rainstorm!RESPONSIBLE and sustainable TRAVELWe are committed to offering low impact tours that benefit boththe places and communities we visit as well as our travellers. It isimportant for us all to be aware of the delicate balance that existsin the variety of natural wonders you will visit. National Parks andmonuments, archaeological sites and other sensitive areas shouldand must be treated with respect.We have created a ‘Travellers’ Code of Conduct’ to help prepare andinform our groups of the various positive or negative effects theycould have on a destination. The code includes tips on everything fromhandling wildlife encounters to how you can help to conserve preciousnatural resources. Our tour leaders will explain this code of conductduring the first night’s orientation talk and encourage you to follow itthroughout the tour.This code includes following the ‘Leave No Trace’ ethic, this is aninternational campaign that is designed to help us minimise theimpact on the National Parks and other wilderness areas that wevisit. Some key guidelines we follow include keeping to existing trails,staying in official campgrounds and disposing of all waste responsiblyand recycling whatever we can.We are proud supporters of the American Hiking Society, whichchampions conservation issues in the United States and representsmillions of hikers committed to preserving America’s vast network ofhiking trails and their surrounding ecosystems.Whenever possible, we use local accommodation and activityproviders. We also shop locally for groceries, eat in small family-runrestaurants and visit local shops whenever possible. This all bringseconomic benefit to the local communities that we visit.Responsible Tourism on the Cuba Family Discovery...This tour visits and overnights in the UNESCO World HeritageSites of Old Havana, Viñales, and Cienfuegos with investmentinto local businesses and services providers.The tour is led by one of our fully trained local guides to ensuremoney is reinvested back into the economy and provides trainingand jobs for younger people.In Caleta Buena we are passionate about responsibly swimmingand snorkelling, instructing clients on the importance of avoidingdamage to the coral reef, as well as not purchasing coral assouvenirs.This tour is hotel-based and we will overnight in locally owned2-3 star hotels and lodges. We also endeavour to eat our mealsin locally owned, family-run restaurants, which let passengersexperience local flavour. Throughout the trip we utilizeestablished local suppliers for activities that help support localbusiness and keep money in the community. There are alsoopportunities for clients to support local communities at localmarkets and shops.GRAND AMERICAN ADVENTURES 16-17 Grange Mills, Weir Road, London SW12 ONEUK & Worldwide Sales and Reservations TEL: +44 (0)20 8682 8921 FAX +44 (0)20 8675 0551USA Sales TEL: 1 (800) 873 5872 Email: No.Y0696Accredited Agent91-2-743306576

We Want Your Photos!We can always use your holiday snaps and short videos tobetter depict and promote all the fascinating places we visit.Whether it’s stunning scenery or spotting some amazingwildlife there’s no better way to share your Grand AmericanAdventure. So if you just want to send over a couple of yourbest shots (max 10MB) please e-mail them to You know what they say, apicture’s worth a thousand words!HOW TO BOOKAfter your tourFeedback & ReviewsWe want to hear about your experience and stories from theroad, so please feel free to e-mail us any comments, feedbackor reviews whilst you are on tour or when you return home You can also shareyour experience with all of our friends and fans on Facebook bylogging on to Wevalue your feedback and tour reviews, which help us in developingand improving our programme. It’s input and suggestions fromtravellers like you that has helped make Grand American Adventureswhat it is today.Contact us by telephone, email or via our website to checkavailability for the tour you are interested in. We can normally holda seat on ‘option’ for up to 3 days to allow you time to finalise yourtravel arrangements. In order to secure your place we require adeposit (full payment within 8 weeks of travel) and an agreementfrom you to our terms and conditions. Check availability early toavoid disappointment: www.grandamericanadventures.comFURTHER QUESTIONSPlease contact our UK Sales team on:Tel: +44 (0)208 682 8921Fax: +44 (0)208 675 0551Enquiries: AMERICAN ADVENTURES 16-17 Grange Mills, Weir Road, London SW12 ONEUK & Worldwide Sales and Reservations TEL: +44 (0)20 8682 8921 FAX +44 (0)20 8675 0551USA Sales TEL: 1 (800) 873 5872 Email: No.Y0696Accredited Agent91-2-743306576

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