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Walruses are just some the rare wildlife you'll see in Canada's Eastern Arctic.

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Walruses are just some the rare wildlife you'll see in Canada's Eastern Arctic.

Sandals High Tea

Sandals Certified Specialist Rosa Bertone will hold an afternoon of high tea for all past clients, future honeymoon couples and wedding groups, Saturday, June 7 from 3 to 5 p.m. at Marlin Travel Polo Park location. RSVP to 204-944-7870 or email rosa.bertone@marlintravel.ca.

 

Join the Expedia team

Expedia Cruiseshipcenters will hold a presentation on the flexibility and fun of selling dream vacations, Tuesday, June 10 at 6:30 p.m. at 1436 Henderson Hwy. RSVP to Angie at akalechyn@cruiseshipcenters.com or call 204-421-5611.

 

Inspirational Iceland

Canada One Travel and Ashley from Collette Vacations will hold a presentation on a tour entitled Inspiring Iceland, Thursday, June 12 at 1-1050 Henderson Hwy. RSVP to 204-774-2000 or sdyer@canada-one.com.

 

African safaris

The Great Canadian Travel Company and their Africa specialist will hold a travel presentation on Safaris options, including accommodations (basic camping, mobile camps, tented camps, lodges) and best times to travel, Tuesday, June 17 at 6:30 p.m. at the Fort Garry Library, 1360 Pembina Hwy. RSVP to 204-949-0199 or chris@gctravel.ca.

 

Bibleland tour

An information evening on a value-priced, round trip tour to Israel, the Land of the Promise, will take place Wednesday, June 11 at 7 p.m. This inspiring trip of a lifetime is scheduled for January 20 to 29, 2015. For details go to http://www.toisraelwithlove.com or call Ken at 204-942-5433.

 

World cruises

Cruise Vacations will hold a no cost, no obligation presentation on expedition cruises to destinations throughout the world, Thursday, June 19 at 7 p.m. at Cruise Vacations office, 1941 Portage Ave. Several itineraries including Canadian Arctic, Antarctic and Amazon will be discussed. Of particular interest will be a summer 2015 Arctic expedition cruise that will be escorted by a well-known local photographer and a National Geographic photographer. Call 204-954-2095 or email jim@cruise-vacations.ca. Or register at www.cruise-vacations.ca under "Experience Travel - Information Seminars."

 

Tunisia

Connie Szczerba from Globus Journeys and Rosa Bertone from Marlin Travel will hold a presentation on an upcoming escorted tour to Tunisia, Wednesday, June 25 at 7 p.m. at the Marlin Polo Park location. Guaranteed departure is set for February 14, 15. Travellers will visit the colorful medina, enjoy camel rides, take in the Sahara desert and see the ruins at El Djem, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. RSVP to Rosa at 204-944-7870 or email rosa.bertone@marlintravel.ca.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition June 7, 2014 E6

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