- Holiday must be booked between 1 February and 7 March 2016 inclusive
- Applies to new bookings only
- Can be used in conjunction with any other eligible offer
- All bookings are subject to availability and our standard Booking Conditions apply
- Offer may be withdrawn, amended or extended without notice
- To qualify, a minimum of 2 passengers per booking, all accommodation and flights must be purchased through Original Travel
- The stated offer applies when booking a holiday to the featured destination holidaying during the specified month in 2016 or 2017
- There is no alternative or cash equivalent to the stated offer
- Once booked there is no refund or cancellation rights associated to the offer
- The offer must be redeemed by one of the travelling party and enjoyed in 2016
- Specific offer conditions:
- Antarctic Cruise in January:
- For every travelling passenger, receive a complimentary ticket for a River Thames RIB Safari Voyage
- Diving Raja Ampat in February:
- For every travelling passenger, receive a complimentary ticket for Henley Regatta experience.
- Holi Festival in March:
- Every travelling passenger can enjoy High Chai Afternoon Tea at Cinnamon Soho
- Cherry Blossom in April
- For every two travelling passengers receive one free membership for Kew Gardens, admitting member and one guest
- Big short break in May
- Every travelling passenger booking a European holiday for a minimum of 3 nights, and travelling in May, can enjoy Wine Tasting at Armit
- Fez Music Festival in May
- For every two travelling passengers receive £100 voucher for Momos, London
- Machu Picchu in June
- Every travelling passenger will receive complimentary tickets for Chester Wall's Walking Tour and afternoon tea at The Chester Grosvenor. This offer also applies to customers booking the Lares Trek, the Salkantay Trek and any Mountain Lodges of Peru Trek
- Bears and Belugas in July
- Every travelling passenger will receive complimentary tickets to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year at the Natural History Museum
- Aboriginal Experience in August
- For every two travelling passengers receive £100 voucher for Archipelago, London
- The Great Migration in September
- Every travelling passenger will receive complimentary tickets to conservationist and presenter Saba Douglas-Hamilton's talk on 3rd May 2016 at the RGS, London.
- Zighy Bay in October
- Every travelling child (4-8 year olds) will enjoy a children's Adventure Day with party gurus Sharky and George.
- Snorkeling with Orcas in November
- Every travelling passenger will receive complimentary tickets to Painting Norway: Discovering Astrup at Dulwich Picture Gallery
- Northern Lights in December
- Every travelling passenger will receive complimentary tickets to Greenwich Observatory (and Cutty Sark).
- Indian ocean Beach in December
- For every two travelling passengers receive £100 voucher for a local spa
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