Voyages to Antiquity reveals winter Asia Pacific sailings for 2012

Voyages to Antiquity reveals winter Asia Pacific sailings for 2012

Voyages to Antiquity has announced that its first winter programme to Southeast Asia, India and the South Pacific. The seven to 22-night holidays start in November 2012 and include nine new itineraries, including a five-day tour of India’s Golden Triangle and extended stays in Burma. In addition, Aegean Odyssey will be able to dock in the heart of Bangkok, Rangoon and Ho Chi Minh City so passengers will be closer to the destinations. “Since Voyages to Antiquity’s inaugural season in 2010, our passengers and travel partners have been keen to know how we were going to extend our brand. It was clear from the start that our well-travelled passengers were keen to experience the history and culture of other areas of the world,” said David Yellow, managing director of Voyages to Antiquity. “Like our Mediterranean cruises, these Asian itineraries have been carefully planned to include places of cultural and archaeological interest as well as offering excellent value for money”.

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