Idyllic Islands 2013 Travel Brochure Launched by Goway Travel

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Sixty-page planner is full of vacation ideas to exotic tropical locations.

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We’ve focused on some of the world’s most exotic islands

IslandsEscapes by Goway has announced that the brand new 2013 60-page Travel Planner to the “World’s Most Idyllic Islands” is now available.

“We’ve focused on some of the world’s most exotic islands,” commented Meghan Boyd, South Pacific Product Manager, “not only recognised for their natural beauty, the islands are also home to indigenous cultural experiences, offering a rich vacation for North American travellers.”

IslandsEscapes by Goway’s comprehensive range of island travel packages include the destinations of Tahiti, Fiji, the Cook Islands, Tonga, Samoa, Mauritius, Seychelles, Maldives and Bali. Tempting travellers to escape to the island paradise of their dreams, IslandsEscapes has also introduced the following new ideas for 2013:

– For travellers seeking a tropical paradise, IslandsEscapes has added 5 new properties in the Maldives including the sister properties of Anantara Veli, Anantara Dhigu and Naladhu Maldives, between them they offer multiple dining options, a surfing school, cooking classes, deluxe spa treatments and a range of accommodation choices.

– The Island Explorer beach escape offers 5 nights for Fiji vacations and 4 nights in either Tonga or Samoa.

– Also included this year are some new and different day tour ideas such as quad bike tours in the Cook Islands, Spa treatments in Bora Bora and whale watching on Tahiti vacations.

Goway specializes in travel packages for independent and group travel. Since 1970, Goway has provided custom itineraries to some of the world's most exotic and interesting destinations. Goway’s destinations include Australia and the South Pacific, Africa and the Middle East, Latin America and Antarctica, Asia and idyllic tropical islands. For a free trip quote, visit

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