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DESTINATIONS — FAMILY HOLIDAYS


Hobbiton, New Zealand Phi Phi Island


Sesame Street Character Breakfast, Beaches


A half-day Whale Watching and Winelands tour from Cape Town, from £140 with Do Something Different – after the kids enjoy the excitement of spotting sea-life, parents can take a well-earned tipple in the vineyards. An upgrade to a Waterview


Room at The Verandah Resort & Spa in Antigua, from £120 per week with Virgin Holidays, so the family gets a sea view. Mum


and dad could use the rest of the money for dinner in fine-dining restaurant Nicole’s – at around £55 per couple.


l BAND D – SAVING £246 In former Band D destinations – these include Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Malaysia – the £246 saving could buy: An upgrade to half-board for a three-night stay at the Hard Rock


Hotel in Penang, Malaysia, with Gold Medal, so the family can enjoy a range of restaurants including the famous Hard Rock Café. Lunch in the restaurant at the top of Sydney Tower, plus a visit to Sea Life Sydney Aquarium to see sharks, rays and dugongs, from £228 with Attraction World. A thrill-packed day at a theme park in Singapore – TravelCube offers one-day passes for Universal


Studios Singapore for £135 or Legoland Malaysia for £171. Add a Night Safari by tram at the Wildlife Reserve to see elephants and tigers for £89. The chance to make Tolkien


fantasies come true with a tour of the Hobbiton Movie Set from Rotorua, visiting the hobbit holes, the Green Dragon Inn and Mill with a guide, from £224 with 1st Class Holidays. TW


7 May 2015 — travelweekly.co.uk • 51


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