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Maritime Travel presents‌

The Complete South Pacific with Optional 2-Night Fiji Post Tour Extension

February 20 – March 18, 2014



For more information contact Erika Gal Maritime Travel (905) 639-4575

27 Days ● 37 Meals: 23 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 12 Dinners


see please note section for details

Double $10,299 * Single $12,819; Triple $10,199 Regular rates: Double $10,799 Single $13,319; Triple $10,699



Included in Price: Door to Door Sedan Service to and from the Toronto Airport (within 100km), Round Trip Air from Toronto, Hotel Transfers Not included in price: Cancellation Waiver and Insurance of $350 per person, Air Taxes and Fees/Surcharges of $1160 per person (subject to increase until paid in full) * All Rates are Per Person and are subject to change

The “Collette Foundation” is an employee-run, global initiative connecting Collette employees, its vendors, and travellers like you with partner communities worldwide in our mission to improve the quality of life for children worldwide – one project at a time.

HIGHLIGHTS… Cairns, Great Barrier Reef, Ayers Rock, Alice Springs, Darwin, Kakadu National Park, Melbourne, Tasmania, Sydney, Queenstown, Milford Sound, Mt. Cook, Hanmer Springs, Wellington, Rotorua Day 1 – 2: February 20 – 21, 2014 Depart from Home Today you board your Qantas flight and begin the adventure of a lifetime to Australia and New Zealand. Crossing the International Dateline, you skip a day ahead. Day 3: Saturday, February 22, 2014 Cairns, Australia - Tour Begins Your tour begins in Cairns, the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef in tropical north Queensland. Tonight, enjoy a special welcome dinner with your new mates. (D) Day 4: Sunday, February 23, 2014 Great Barrier Reef Board a high speed catamaran for an exciting tour of the Great Barrier Reef - the most biologically diverse ecosystem in the world. From your base on Green Island, you are able to explore the reef in many ways. Enjoy a glass bottom boat ride*, take a stroll in the rainforest, relax on the beaches, snorkel or just watch the fish and sea turtles swim past from the

pier. For a more adventurous encounter with the reef, optional scuba diving and an outer reef tour* are also available. (B, L) Day 5: Monday, February 24, 2014 Cairns This morning you board the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway for an unforgettable ride above the rainforest canopy. There are two stops where you may get off the cableway and experience the forest floor from specially designed boardwalks. The amazing diversity of plants, animals and birds will astound you. Your evening is at leisure to enjoy your tropical surroundings. (B) Day 6: Tuesday, February 25, 2014 Cairns – Uluru (Ayers Rock) Fly to the heart of the Outback, arriving at Uluru, the Aboriginal name for Ayers Rock. Tour the sandstone domes known as Kata Tjuta and the beautiful area surrounding the base of “The Rock.” Later, witness a stunning sunset over a glass of champagne as

the Rock’s hues change dramatically with the setting sun. (B) Day 7: Wednesday, February 26, 2014 Uluru - Alice Springs This morning you depart for Alice Springs to experience life in the heart of the Aussie Outback. A sightseeing tour of the area includes the Old Telegraph Station, where you learn how people communicated in this remote destination in the 1800’s. Gain insight into the educational system in the Outback with a visit to the School of the Air; you may even see a class in session! A special experience is in store for you this afternoon as you will have the opportunity to meet the young Aboriginal group, Drum Atweme**. Supported by the Collette Foundation, Drum Atweme is a musical group comprised of at-risk youth from the local community. Tonight, enjoy dining and entertainment during a traditional dinner in the bush. You’ll experience Outback hospitality and entertainment under the Southern Hemisphere's stars. (B, D)

Day 8: Thursday, February 27, 2014 Alice Springs - Darwin - Kakadu National Park Begin your day with a Dreamtime Tour. Experience the culture of the Australian Aborigines and learn about their ancient culture, folklore, customs and the concept of Dreamtime. You will have the opportunity to taste some of their traditional Aboriginal food. Later, board your flight to the northern tip of Australia and the city of Darwin. Then, drive into the heart of Kakadu National Park. (B, D) Day 9: Friday, February 28, 2014 Kakadu National Park Today, experience the beauty and culture of Australia’s “Top End.” Kakadu National Park is home to wallaroos and wallabies, monitors and lizards, birds of every imaginable colour, and crocodiles. See ancient Aboriginal rock art at Nourlangie Rock, some dating back over 10,000 years. During your afternoon cruise be on the lookout for crocodiles as they bask in the sun, as well as waterfowl such as jabiru, egrets, herons and eagles. (B)

Day 10: Saturday, March 1, 2014 Kakadu National Park - Darwin Melbourne Fly to the beautiful Victorian city of Melbourne. (B) Day 11: Sunday, March 2, 2014 Melbourne This morning enjoy a city tour which includes Fitzroy Gardens, the Shrine of Remembrance and Parliament House. Enjoy some time at leisure to explore Melbourne independently. You may visit the elegant parks and gardens in this friendly city, take a ride on a streetcar or enjoy lunch at an outdoor café in the quaint Italian neighbourhood of Carlton. This afternoon you’ll stop at a Koala conservation centre*** to see koalas in their natural setting. Then, visit Phillip Island, a renowned nature reserve and home of the world’s largest colony of Little Penguins. At the Phillip Island Little Penguin Reserve, the Little Penguins are protected and rangers diligently study them. View the Little Penguin Parade as hundreds of them waddle out of the sea and cross the beach to their burrows in the dunes. At the

interpretation centre you have a chance to learn about the life of the Little Penguins and their significance to the area. (B, D) Day 12: Monday, March 3, 2014 Melbourne - Hobart A flight to Hobart, Tasmania brings you to Australia's second oldest city. The rugged and pristine beauty of Tasmania provides the backdrop to your 2-night stay. (B, D) Day 13: Tuesday, March 4, 2014 Hobart This morning you will meet the Tasmanian Devil! Learn about this unique marsupial, its plight for survival, and the great efforts in place to save it from extinction. Later, take a guided tour of the Port Arthur Historic Site, the best-preserved example of Australia’s penal colonies. Dating back to 1833, the site features a large number of stabilized ruins and restored buildings. While at Port Arthur, you’ll get a glimpse into the lives of the convicts. Later, witness the spectacular coastal rock formations known as Tasman Arch,

Devil’s Kitchen and the Blow Hole. (B)

the Harbour Bridge and worldfamous Opera House. (B, D)

Day 14: Wednesday, March 5, 2014 Hobart - Sydney Return to mainland Australia today and arrive in the bustling city of Sydney. (B)

Day 17: Saturday, March 8, 2014 Sydney - Queenstown, New Zealand Travel to New Zealand, arriving in the gorgeous town of Queenstown. Dinner is included at the Skyline Restaurant overlooking Queenstown, the Remarkable Mountains and Lake Wakatipu. (B, D)

Day 15: Thursday, March 6, 2014 Sydney Start the day with a city tour of Sydney, where modern-day Australia was born. Highlights include Kings Cross, the Harbour Bridge, Chinatown, the Rocks, Circular Quay, the Botanic Gardens, and the fashionable suburb of Paddington. Discover one of the world’s greatest architectural achievements as you take a guided tour through the Sydney Opera House. Dinner is included at the 360 Restaurant, a fantastic revolving restaurant atop the famous Sydney Tower, offering stunning views of the city below. (B, D) Day 16: Friday, March 7, 2014 Sydney This morning, visit Koala Park which showcases Australia's wide array of indigenous wildlife. Walk amongst wallabies, dingoes, kangaroos, emus, wombats, and, of course, the cuddly koalas when you experience this wildlife sanctuary. You will even have a chance to take a photo with a koala! Next, enjoy a unique opportunity to learn first-hand about opals during a special presentation at the National Opal Collection. An amazing evening begins with a sail on Sydney Harbour's glistening waters during a dinner cruise offering spectacular views of Sydney’s greatest icons -

Day 18: Sunday, March 9, 2014 Queenstown - Milford Sound Queenstown Journey through beech forest into the rugged grandeur of the Hollyford Valley via the Homer Tunnel to Milford Sound. Enjoy a cruise of Milford Sound fjord. Following your cruise, you return to Queenstown. You may choose to return via a short optional flight, weather permitting, for spectacular views of New Zealand’s Southern Alps. (B, L) Day 19: Monday, March 10, 2014 Queenstown Enjoy a day at leisure in this charming village. You may choose an option of a thrilling jet boat ride on the scenic Shotover River, or “A Journey through Middle Earth,” where you traverse the Tolkienesque countryside and see where portions of the Lord of the Rings trilogy were filmed. (B) Day 20: Tuesday, March 11, 2014 Queenstown - Mt. Cook National Park Travelling through New Zealand’s picturesque countryside, you will learn about the 19th century gold rush when you stop in Arrowtown. Later today you will arrive at Mt. Cook

National Park where you may take nature walks or, if weather permits, enjoy an optional flightseeing tour to the top of the rugged mountain range. (B, D) Day 21: Wednesday, March 12, 2014 Mt. Cook - Hanmer Springs A drive through the Southern Alps, which line the western side of New Zealand's South Island, brings you to the relaxing town of Hanmer Springs, New Zealand’s premier spa destination. Enjoy time to explore this beautiful area by visiting downtown for shopping, relaxing and soaking in the serenity of the surrounding mountains. Or perhaps you’ll choose to visit one of the many renowned spas. (B, D) Day 22: Thursday, March 13, 2014 Hanmer Springs - Picton - Wellington Travelling north along the coast you'll pass scenic river valleys and vineyards. Arriving in Picton, you will ferry to the North Island on one of the most scenic trips the world has to offer. Cruising through the Marlborough Sounds and across the Cook Strait, your final destination is Wellington, the harbour capital of New Zealand. (B) Day 23: Friday, March 14, 2014 Wellington According to Maori legend, Wellington Harbour was founded in the 10th century by the Polynesian navigator Kupe and first named Te Upoko o te Ika a Maui - or "head of Maui's fish." A tour of this city showcases the Beehive Parliamentary buildings and views from atop Mt. Victoria. Later, experience Te Papa

Tongarewa Museum, New Zealand's national museum. The museum has won worldwide acclaim for its innovative and diverse range of artwork and exhibitions which relay the captivating stories of the indigenous people. (B) Day 24: Saturday, March 15, 2014 Wellington - Rotorua Depart for the centre of Maori culture - the city of Rotorua. Here you’ll see a unique landscape of bubbling and steaming geothermal springs. Tonight you will enjoy a home stay**** and dinner with a New Zealand family. This is a great way to meet the Kiwis and perhaps form lifelong friendships. (B, D) Day 25: Sunday, March 16, 2014 Rotorua This morning visit Te Puia, New Zealand's premier Maori cultural and geothermal experience. You'll be truly amazed by the landscape of erupting geysers, bubbling mud pools and other geothermal wonders. Here, the Maori keep their culture alive by teaching the tribal youth traditional carving and weaving. Before leaving you will view the national bird - the Kiwi. A visit to the Agrodome will give you insight into how wool, one of New Zealand’s premier products, is processed. You will also view a special sheep shearing demonstration. Later this afternoon, meet jade carvers and discover how it is transformed into beautiful jewellery. This evening visit a traditional Maori village and learn about ancient Maori life. Tour the Tamaki village and interact with its inhabitants to get a firsthand feel for a day in the life of a native

Maori. Then, experience a taste of Maori entertainment during a number of tribal dances including the Haka, or war dance. After the performance, a spectacular Hangi feast awaits you. (B, D) Day 26: Monday, March 17, 2014 Rotorua - Auckland Travel through the majestic countryside of the North Island, arriving in New Zealand's largest city, Auckland, "The City of Sails." This afternoon, experience a short tour of Auckland before you head to your hotel. Enjoy an opportunity to relax on your final night in the South Pacific before tomorrow’s flight home. (B) Day 27: Tuesday, March 18, 2014 Auckland - Tour Ends Your tour ends in Auckland.

ITINERARY AT A GLANCE Days 1, 2 Overnight Flight Days 3 – 5

Novotel Cairns Oasis Resort, Cairns

Day 6 Day 7

Desert Gardens, Ayers Rock Doubletree by Hilton Alice Springs, Alice Springs

Days 8, 9

Gagudju Crocodile Hotel, Jabiru

Days 10, 11 Novotel Melbourne on Collins, Melbourne Days 12, 13 Mercure Hadleys Hobart Hotel, Hobart Days 14 – 16 Novotel Rockford Darling Harbour, Sydney Days 17 – 19 Novotel Queenstown Lakeside, Queenstown Day 20

The Hermitage, Mount Cook Natl. Park

Day 21

Select Braemar Lodge & Spa, Hanmer Springs

Days 22, 23 Novotel Wellington, Wellington Day 24

Rural Tourism Home Stay, Cambridge

Days 24, 25 Millennium Hotel Rotorua, Rotorua Day 26

Rendezvous Grand Hotel Auckland, Auckland

On some dates alternate hotels may be used.

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Experience It! The Little Penguin Parade There are no fancy costumes or ornate festive music or marching bands. But still the audience gathers, waiting patiently for the performers to arrive. As the sun sets over the Pacific, the show harmoniously begins. Just off the coast of Melbourne, Australia lies breathtaking Phillip Island. Over the years, travellers have flocked to this happy haven for one tiny reason: the Little Penguin. Measuring a mere one-foot high and weighing a meagre two pounds, the justly named bird has captured the attention and imagination of millions. At dusk, hundreds of Little Penguins return from their day-long feeding in the sea and parade up the beaches into their nests located in the sand dunes seemingly unaffected by the many onlookers. This is a performance you will never forget.

PLEASE NOTE: Book Now rates valid until Aug 20, 2013, valid on air inclusive packages only. To complete your holiday, we include roundtrip airport-to-hotel transfers when purchasing Collette airfare with your tour. If you have arranged for your own air, we are pleased to provide you the option of purchasing these transfers. Please note that all transfers will leave at pre-scheduled times. **Please note that Collette Foundation sites may not be available for visits due to school holidays or programming challenges. ***The visit to a koala conservation centre will only be available during the summer months (from early November until mid-March). The internal flights on this program are not included in the land price of your holiday. These flights need to be arranged and purchased separately if you arrange your own air. Internal flights are included with the air portion of your holiday if you purchase air through Collette Vacations. Due to changes in air schedules while on tour, the order of days in the itinerary may change. Previous clients have indicated that a small gift from your area is appropriate and appreciated the night of your home hosted dinner in New Zealand. Due to early arrival times in some cities, rooms may not always be ready for immediate cheque-in.

*If you purchase the outer reef option in the Great Barrier Reef, the glass bottom boat ride will be replaced by a semi-submersible boat on the outer reef pontoon. Wildlife sightings cannot be guaranteed with the exception of visits to wildlife parks. Hotel capacity in and around Hanmer Springs is very restricted. Due to this, on certain departures, there will be re-routing around the city and alternate hotels and routes may be used. Due to tour scheduling, return flights home should not be booked prior to 1:00 PM. ****Your home stay will take place in the greater Rotorua area. Your host family will pick you up at your hotel and return you to meet up with your group the following morning. If you prefer not to stay in a private home, you may choose to stay at your Rotorua hotel with dinner included. Please make your decision known at the time of booking as no changes are allowed on tour. If your preference is not made known, your stay in Rotorua will default to the home stay. This tour requires average physical activity. You should be in good health, able to climb stairs and walk reasonable distances, possibly over uneven grounds and cobblestone streets. Air rate and schedule are applicable for groups of 10 or more travelling on the same flights and dates.

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The Complete South Pacific RES#: 579803 TRAVEL DATE: 2/20/2014 TERRITORY: C3

For Reservations Contact: Erika Gal (905) 639 4575 email: Maritime Travel, 368 Plains Rd East, Burlington, ON L7T 0A4 First deposit of $250 per person due upon reservation. Reservations are made on a first come, first served basis. Reservations made after the seat reduction date of September 23, 2013 are based upon availability. Final payment due by December 22, 2013. The waiver insurance fees are fully refundable up to September 23, 2013.

YOUR INFORMATION: Clearly print your full name (first/middle/last) as it appears on your government issued travel documentation. First: Middle: Last: Suffix: Address: City: Province: Postal Code: Email: Gender: ( ) Male

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If you choose not to purchase Collette's Waiver Insurance Plan, you will incur penalties for changes and cancellations. Travel Protection Payment is due with first deposit. The waiver insurance fees do not cover any single supplement charges which arise from an individual’s travelling companion electing to cancel for any reason prior to departure. In this case, the single supplement will be deducted from the refund of the person who cancels.

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Maritime Travel 368 Plains Rd East Burlington, Ontario, L7T 0A4

For more information contact Erika Gal Maritime Travel (905) 639-4575

40 Queen Street South Mississauga, ON • L5M 1K3 Phone: 1-866-358-0333 x4133 Fax: 888-882-5820 BOOKING NUMBER: 579803 DEPARTURE DATE: February 20, 2014

TOUR: The Complete South Pacific GROUP NAME: Maritime Travel

Available Options Personalize your tour by adding an optional activity below. Our recommended options have been carefully chosen to help enhance your individual experience. Complete the provided Prepaid Options Form to reserve your options. Availability is limited and reservations are on a first come, first serve basis. Payment must be received no later than 15 days prior to departure. Prices are subject to change. Children under the age of 18 MUST be accompanied by an adult.

Sydney A Taste of Australia



Meet the fascinating denizens of the deep at the largest Aquarium in the Southern Hemisphere. The Sydney Aquarium allows you to experience the enormous diversity of eight unique Australian aquatic environments. Over 12,000 animals are found here, including huge sharks, rays, platypuses, crocs, and more! Australia’s marine diversity will astound you – from the weedy sea dragon of the Southern Oceans to the wiggly sea cucumber found in tropical waters of the Great Barrier Reef. Later, dine alfresco at Nick’s Restaurant, a popular spot with locals and tourists alike. Enjoy Nick’s renowned fresh seafood and picturesque waterfront location. Duration: Approximately 5.5 hours. Please note a minimum of 15 passengers is required. Transportation is included. Nadi Late Cheque-Out/Day Room - Double Occupancy

Double Occupancy Linger in paradise. Most flights from Fiji to LAX depart in the late evening. Cheque out time at your hotel is 10 a.m. If you would like to extend your room reservation, you may do so by booking this optional late cheque out through your tour manager. This option is based on hotel's space availability at the time of your request. Duration: Approximately 10 hours. Please note a minimum of 1 passengers is required. Transportation is not included. Late Cheque-Out/Day Room - Single Occupancy





Single Occupancy Linger in paradise. Most flights from Fiji to LAX depart in the late evening. Cheque out time at your hotel is 10 a.m. If you would like to extend your room reservation you may do so by booking this optional late cheque out through your tour manager. This option is based on hotel's space availability at the time of your request. Duration: Approximately 10 hours. Please note a minimum of 1 passengers is required. Transportation is not included. Cairns The Outer Reef Experience $150 CAD Dive in and explore the vibrant, colourful world teeming with life at the outer Great Barrier Reef. This massive reef system, the largest in the world, can actually be seen from space. Cruise across the water by catamaran to the Outer Reef pontoon where a diverse, bountiful ecosystem is yours to discover. See the kaleidoscopic underwater sea life from up close as you snorkel along the reef and board a semi-submersible. Many other fascinating activities await you on the Outer Reef. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can even take to scuba diving along the reef. Whatever your pleasure, you’re sure to have a once in a lifetime experience exploring one of the seven natural wonders of the world! Important Notations: This option is recommended for strong swimmers and those comfortable in an ocean environment. Scuba diving is an additional cost and some medical restrictions and a waiver of liability will apply. Duration: Approximately 8.5 hours. Please note a minimum of 1 passengers is required. Transportation is included.

Queenstown A Blaze of Glory on the Shotover River $105 CAD A lazy river cruise in Queenstown, the epicenter of adventure tourism and home of the Bungee Jump, would be putting this journey a bit mildly… Zoom through the sheer canyons of the Shotover River on this thrilling adventure. Shotover Jet boats zoom along in mere centimeters of the glacial water which flows down from the Southern Alps, providing an exhilarating, but safe and enjoyable ride for all ages. You may get a little wet, but it is a unique and fun way to enjoy the spectacular scenery of the South Island of New Zealand and partake in a little of the adventurous spirit that has made Queenstown famous. Many people think adventure is only for the young. Guests on these jet boats consistently illustrate otherwise—this adventure is perfect for the young at heart! Please Note: Weather may be cold and you may get wet during this option. Actual high-speed boating time is 30 minutes. Duration: Approximately 1.5 hours. Please note a minimum of 1 passengers is required. Transportation is included. Journey through Middle Earth



Venture into Middle Earth on this best-selling venture and see the primeval, mystical landscapes where the powerful trilogy inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien was filmed. The vast panoramas of unspoiled wilderness and awesome grandeur of New Zealand’s South Island provided the ideal setting to bring these beloved adventures to life. Drive/journey by 4 x 4 up into the Remarkable Mountains and across the Arrow River. There are no movie sets left, just the stunning, pristine vistas that filled the frames. Driven around by driver guides in Range Rovers, it is a highly personalised experience that gives you unique insight into this beautiful realm. Please Note: Option to cancel is available up until 24 hours before start date of tour. If you choose to cancel within 24 hours of the tour, you will still be liable for payment. Duration: Approximately 4 hours. Please note a minimum of 1 passengers is required. Transportation is included. Lady of the Lake, Dinner, and Entertainment $105 CAD Step back in time when you step aboard the TSS Earnslaw, the beloved steamship that has been transporting goods and people on Lake Wakatipu since 1912. Nicknamed "The Lady of the Lake," she’ll take you to the Colonel’s Homestead, Walter Peak High Country Farm. Enjoy high country hospitality there with a carvery-style buffet where you indulge in the best of New Zealand meats and seafood, fresh vegetables and garden salads. You are sure to find the house dessert specialties hard to resist! An after dinner show provides an entertaining glimpse into farming life in the high country. Cruise back to Queenstown, relaxing or joining in the revelry of the lively sing-along. Due to the nature of this optional item, once purchased it will be non-refundable. Duration: Approximately 4.5 hours. Please note a minimum of 1 passengers is required. Transportation is not included. Nadi Vuda Lookout Tour (Island Tour) $50 CAD This popular half day tour takes you into Nadi's scenic heartland through the beautiful Sabeto Valley to the Garden of the Sleeping Giant. Housing the largest and most varied orchid collection in Fiji, this attraction is one of Fiji's best. Travel to Viseisei Village, the legendary landing site of the first Fijians where you will enter the village and have a chance to explore the local handicraft displays. The Vuda Lookout affords a 360 degree bird's eye view of the West's mountain ranges, Nadi Bay and the beautiful Yasawa Group of islands. Relax in a Fijian Bure and enjoy tropical fruit juice and seasonal fruits from the orchard before returning to the hotel. Duration: Approximately 5 hours. Please note a minimum of 1 passengers is required. Transportation is included. Yulara A Camel Ride, the Rock, and a Sunrise $125 CAD Experience the majesty of sunrise on Ayers Rock from a unique vantage point - the back of a camel! A peaceful onehour camel ride brings you across the red sand dunes in the cool, clear morning air. Watch the sunrise over Ayers Rock bring the warm hues of the monolith alive. Appreciate why Aboriginal people consider this area, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, sacred. Skilled bush guides introduce you to the flora and fauna of this UNESCO World Heritage site and tell you a bit about the history of those who live there. Enjoy a light breakfast featuring Billy Tea, an Aussie bush favourite, and fresh baked goods after the ride. The maximum weight to participate in this option is 210 lbs per person. Duration: Approximately 2.5 hours. Please note a minimum of 1 passengers is required. Transportation is included.

Cairns Kuranda Scenic Railway, Heritage Class



After your morning in Kuranda, return to Cairns via the famous Kuranda Scenic Railway. Constructed to bring supplies to the remote mining settlement of Herberton, this amazing railway (built between from 1886-1891) draws travellers from around the world. Your two hour journey takes you far above the dramatic Barron River valley, over dozens of bridges and through 15 tunnels before gracefully returning you to the central Cairns train station, a short stroll from your hotel. Heritage Class service includes seating in the restored original carriages, along with a souvenir trip guide. Due to the nature of this optional item, once purchased it will be non-refundable. Duration: Approximately 2 hours. Please note a minimum of 1 passengers is required. Transportation is not included. Rotorua The Land of the Hobbits $85 CAD Just outside Rotorua one can literally enter the home of the legendary Hobbits. Join us as we discover the authentic movie set of Hobbiton from the Lord of the Rings trilogy. This picturesque site was selected as the location that best represented “The Shire” as described by author J. R. R. Tolkien. Tour this wonderfully preserved set that includes over 40 unique Hobbit holes complete with beautiful gardens. Enjoy breathtaking views of the rolling green hills and distant mountains. This is Middle-Earth in all its glory. See what it would be like to live the simple life of a Hobbit and come to appreciate the hard work of the talented Kiwi filmmakers and artists who brought Tolkien’s story to life. Finish your tour at the Shire’s Rest Café or indulge in a glass of ale at the authentically recreated Green Dragon Inn. Duration: Approximately 4 hours. Please note a minimum of 10 passengers is required. Transportation is included.

40 Queen Street South Mississauga ON L5M 1K3 Phone: 1-866-358-0333 x4133, Fax: 888-882-5820 TOUR: The Complete South Pacific GROUP NAME: Maritime Travel


AVAILABLE PREPAID OPTIONS Personalize your tour by adding an optional activity below. Our recommended options have been carefully chosen to help enhance your individual experience. Complete the provided Prepaid Options Form to reserve your options. Availability is limited and reservations are on a first come, first served basis. Payment must be received no later than 15 days prior to departure. Prices are subject to change. Children under the age of 18 MUST be accompanied by an adult. PASSENGERS NAME: (Please submit a separate form for each passenger) Salutation:____ First:___________________ Middle:_________________ Last:______________________ Suffix:____ Nickname:_____________ (Mr., Mrs., Rev.)


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Option A Taste of Australia Late Cheque-Out/Day Room - Double Occupancy – Double Occupancy Late Cheque-Out/Day Room - Single Occupancy – Single Occupancy The Outer Reef Experience A Blaze of Glory on the Shotover River Journey through Middle Earth Lady of the Lake, Dinner, and Entertainment Vuda Lookout Tour (Island Tour) A Camel Ride, the Rock, and a Sunrise Kuranda Scenic Railway, Heritage Class The Land of the Hobbits

Please make cheques payable to Maritime Travel and send to:

Maritime Travel Attn: Erika Gal 368 Plains Rd East Burlington, ON L7T 0A4 Fax: (905) 639-6517

(Jr., Sr.)

Price Per Person (CAD) 115.00 55.00 105.00 150.00 105.00 140.00 105.00 50.00 125.00 55.00 85.00

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