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Topdeck embarks on 40 new 2020 trips across Asia, Middle East, Africa, Australia & New Zealand

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Youth Travel Experts, Topdeck Travel, have released their 2020 tours through Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Australia & New Zealand, introducing 40 refreshed routes and unlocking the subcontinent of India.

Marking the milestone release, the tour operator is offering travellers 10 per cent off the new range for all 2020 departures during 1 April 2020– 31 March 2021, when booked before 31 October 2019.

Topdeck General Manager of Sales David Gendle says the sale celebrates small group travel experiences across each destination, offering epic itineraries that maximise time, create an immersive and authentic trip.

“We want our travellers to truly get to the heart of the local culture and go beyond the typical tourist hotspots,” Mr Gendle said.

“Many of our previous and upcoming groups wanted an intimate, in-depth holiday experience and that is exactly what we’ve designed here. Sometimes smaller is better!”

Reducing the group sizes to 16 – 30, travellers are exposed to under the radar trails where they can uncover a range of lesser-known gems.

Three new legs into the colourful destination of India include a 10-day Namaste India, 11-day Temple Run, and 20-day Experience India tour. Each itinerary is uniquely their own, featuring experiences including a walking tour of Old Dehli, watching the sunrise over the Taj Mahal, a Chettinad cooking class, visits to Brihadishvara and Srirangam temples, and more.

New Middle Eastern trips include a 10-day Surf, Sand & Souks tour from Casablanca to Essaouira, visiting the Roman ruins of Volubilis, Marrakech and Fes. For an incredible underwater experience, the 6-day Dahab Beach Break from Cairo includes a once in a lifetime snorkelling expedition of the paradise of Dahab.

Topdeck has also introduced three new trips into Africa starting from seven to 18 days. The South African Adventure from Johannesburg takes you on an 18-day adventure through two renowned national parks including Kruger and Addo Elephant. The 13-day Sun & Safari offers an exhilarating four-wheeled drive experience through the Maasai Mara National Research and Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Crater. Enjoy a wilderness walk and a tour of the Victoria falls across 7-days of Big Five ‘N’ Falls.

Topdeck’s newly-unveiled trips range from four to 18 days in length, catering to all travellers aged 18 – 39 years of age.

To find your perfect trip and both your 2020 departure, visit: https://www.topdeck.travel

Jeanette Briedenhann
Jeanette Briedenhann
Jeanette Phillips joined the team in 2016. She developed a passion and love for all things-travel related in her role as travel journalist, a position she held for over seven years. A brief exodus into the corporate marketing sphere proved that there is no better industry than the travel industry. Research and writing are two of Jeanette’s greatest passions, but she is always open to new challenges and different ways of doing things.

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