Grand Pacific Tours announces new trips for small groups

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Grand Pacific Tours (GPT) have released their 2018-19 itineraries, tailored to the taste of all types of travellers.
The Ultimate Small Group Tours from the New Zealand Coach Holiday Specialist features 7 itineraries with 50 departures dates from September 2018 to May 2019. The trips range between 9 and 19 days.

With the concept of Business Class on Wheels, the tours of the GPT received vast popularity in previous seasons. The travellers will get to explore various attractions in New Zealand in 4 specially-built coaches. The vehicles offer outstanding amenities and have been configured to accommodate 20 luxury seats too for those who want to enjoy comfort and extravaganza during holidays.

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Grand Pacific Tours’ Managing Director, Peter Harding, hoped that the state-of-the-art vehicles would surely impress the trippers. These coaches have been exclusively designed for the GPT travellers.

The seats in the coaches offer premium facilities that could be compared to the amenities offered in the Business Class of a flight. Each seat provides panoramic windows, USB charging port, audio unit, timber tray table with cup holder, and personal storage. All the guests will also have access to on-board Wi-Fi, restroom, and centre gallery for refreshments. The guests will spend the nights at 4.5-star hotels, offering excellent comfort and facilities.

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The prices start from $4,864 per person. All tours include the facilities of sightseeing, attractions, accommodation, airfares, taxes, and more.

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