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1 day ago

African Safari - last minute space available for SOLO Lady Traveller to share with another lady

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Ideal opportunity for 1 solo lady traveller to get to Africa and share that cost. Hosted by the fabulous Innovative Travel Company. If keen for more information on Africa and/or this trip - why not give me a lions roar on 021 251 2807 - Carole from Go4iT Travel!

Tick off your safari bucket list… View more
Ideal opportunity for 1 solo lady traveller to get to Africa and share that cost. Hosted by the fabulous Innovative Travel Company. If keen for more information on Africa and/or this trip - why not give me a lions roar on 021 251 2807 - Carole from Go4iT Travel!

Tick off your safari bucket list with the 24 day Southern Explorer, visiting Zambia, Namibia and Botswana The ideal safari for those looking for a variety of stunning scenery and African wildlife.
Only 9 spaces left, plus availability for one lady to share a twin room.

Begin your safari adventure in Victoria Falls where adventure abounds. The 24 day Southern Explorer, visiting Zambia, Namibia and Botswana, is guaranteed to depart on 10 May 2020 ex Livingstone. This is an ideal safari for those looking for a variety of stunning scenery, African wildlife and an adventure to the Okaukuejo Delta by mokoro (dugout canoe). All safaris are hosted by the amazing Andy Kibby who has been guiding tours in Africa for over 30 years, and all meals are prepared by incredible Kenyan chef, Nico Kamanga.

Southern Explorer Highlights:
• Viewing of the spectacular Victoria Falls
• Sunset cruise on the Upper Zambezi River
• Visit the world renowned Etosha National Park
• Twyfelfontein 6000 year old rock engravings
• Cape Cross Seal Reserve
• Namib Desert Park giant sand dunes
• Waterways of the Okavango Delta
• Chobe National Park game drive and river cruising
From $9,820 pp share twin
Departs 10 May 2020 | 24 Days ex Livingstone

Make 2020 all about an amazing Africa!
Carole from Go4iT!
The Travel Brokers, Member of Helloworld, TAANZ bonded
E. carole@go4it.co.nz

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4 days ago

Travel Hacks: 10 Tips For Using Your Phone Abroad

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It’s important to stay connected when you’re travelling, whether with colleagues if you’re away for business or friends and family back home. But using your phone abroad without racking up huge international fees or data roaming charges can seem like a challenge. To make things easier for … View moreIt’s important to stay connected when you’re travelling, whether with colleagues if you’re away for business or friends and family back home. But using your phone abroad without racking up huge international fees or data roaming charges can seem like a challenge. To make things easier for you, I’ve put together a guide on the best hacks for using your phone abroad.
Nightmare phone travel stories abound: insane charges for turning on data for one minute to check Google Maps or forgetting to turn off roaming; needing to deal with something urgent back home over the phone and racking up huge international phone charges. We’ve all been there.
There are enough worries and concerns that can occur when travelling (pre-travel anxiety is really common) but being able to use your phone overseas doesn’t have to be one of them.
It’s often essential to be able to use your phone while travelling, whether for contacting your airport transfer driver when you arrive at the airport, a tour company, friends or family you’re staying with, or just to look at Google Maps so you can navigate a new city. Here are some simple hacks for how to stay connected when you’re abroad without the eye-watering charges.
1. Check if your phone will work overseas
First things first, although nowadays most modern phones can be used internationally without a problem, if you’re planning on using your mobile overseas you should check that it’ll actually work on your destination’s network once you’re away. For 2G (voice) and 3G (data) connections, there are two radio systems used in the world for mobile phones: GSM (Global System for Mobiles) and CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access). GSM phones won’t work on the CDMA network, and although most of the world uses GSM, some countries such as the USA and Russia still also use CDMA. These days most countries using CDMA will also have some GSM coverage so it shouldn’t be a problem, but it’s worth checking what your phone uses and if it matches the country you’re visiting, just to be sure. I always recommend that my travellers have access to a working phone in order to contact their chosen airport transfer company on arrival at the airport if needs be
2. Buy a roaming bundle
Although it depends on your phone plan, many networks offer international roaming bundles to purchase at a one-off or daily cost for the duration of your trip. If you’re only going away for a short stint, it could be worth looking at the options offered by your phone company – many are bundles that offer a certain amount of minutes, texts and data per day for you to be able to use your phone abroad, and that way you can stick to using your normal phone and SIM card. These can be expensive though, so may not suit every traveller.
Handy hint: In 2017, the European Union abolished roaming charges for the 28 countries of the EU. This means that if you have an EU phone, you will be able to use it as you do in your home country in participating countries, without international roaming and calling charges.
3. Buy a SIM card when you land
If you’re just travelling to one country rather than multiple different countries and think you’ll need to use your phone quite a bit while you’re away, buying a local SIM card in your destination is probably the best option. It’s usually very easy to pick one up – many international airports have stands or vending machines selling them when you come through arrivals, and you can often pick them up in supermarkets, phone shops and corner stores. Having a local number means that you’ll be able to contact the people you’re travelling with or visiting at local rates. However, it’s important to remember that you’ll have a different number, so you’ll need to let people back home know your new travelling number.
There are even some companies out there that allow you to order a local SIM card before you travel, which can help put your mind at rest if you don’t want to rely on buying one when you arrive. For example, the Australian website travelgear.com.au has a selection of international SIM cards that you can buy before you fly, while SimCorner has prepaid SIM cards you can order for many of the most popular travel destinations around the world.
A few important things to know before buying a local SIM card:
Check your phone will work in the country you’re visiting (see above).
Is your phone locked? This is the number one thing to check before buying a local SIM card. Locked phones are ‘locked’ to the phone company or carrier they were bought from and can only be used on that carrier’s network. Many phones bought on ‘contracts’ or ‘plans’ are locked to certain networks, so it’s important to check this before you travel, as a SIM card on a different network won’t work if your device is locked. You can usually unlock your phone by contacting your provider, although this may come at a charge. If your phone is locked to a particular network, unfortunately you’ll be paying your network’s roaming rates if you use your phone overseas. In the case your phone is locked, I recommend sticking to the WiFi advice I give below.
You need to know what size SIM card your phone takes. Most modern phones use nano or micro SIMs, however it’s important to check as you need to know this when purchasing one locally in the country you’re visiting.
When choosing a local SIM card, go with a large network provider; chances are the coverage will be better.
Bring ID; you may be asked to show ID and provide an address when you buy a local SIM card, so note down your hotel address before you buy.
Some countries don’t allow non-residents to buy SIM cards for security reasons, so check it’s possible in the country you’re visiting before you travel.
4. Buy a travel SIM card
Buying local SIM cards is certainly one of the best solutions for using your phone abroad, but if you’re travelling to multiple countries and you don’t want to end up with handfuls of different SIM cards and numbers, it might be worth buying an international travel SIM card. Companies like TravelSIM and Go-SIM offer international SIM cards that can be used in hundreds of different destinations, while Flexiroam is an ultra-thin microchip sticker you simply attach to your current SIM card (so no changing numbers) that allows you to have data roaming in more than 100 countries.
5. Use free WiFi wherever you can
If you don’t want to buy a new SIM card, whether local or international, and also want to avoid international roaming charges, making the most of free WiFi is a great option to stay in touch with friends and family. Remember to switch off international roaming and your mobile data, or even turn your phone onto airplane mode when you’re not using WiFi though, to ensure you don’t get any nasty surprises.
6. Get a portable WiFi hotspot
If you’re happy to stick to WiFi, but don’t want to spend your days looking for free WiFi spots, you could always rent or buy a portable WiFi hotspot. These devices use cellular data to create a wireless internet network that you can connect to, and in some countries are much easier than trying to buy and set up a SIM card. Do your research for the country you’re visiting to see if it’s a good option for you.
7. Use free social messaging apps
If you’re planning on using free WiFi or a portable WiFi hotspot while you travel, you can avoid expensive international call and SMS charges by sticking to social messaging apps. Apps like Whatsapp, Skype and Facebook Messenger allow you to call and message through an internet connection, so it’s super easy to stay connected online – simply download the apps onto your phone before you travel, and voilà!
8. Download maps on WiFi
This is my absolute favourite phone travel hack if you’re going overseas… If you’re going somewhere new or that you don’t know very well and you’ll need to use maps but don’t want to use your data, the solution is simple. Before you leave home or when you have WiFi, go onto Google Maps and look up the area you need. Type ‘OK Maps’ into the search bar (minus quotation marks) and the portion of the map that is visible will be downloaded to your device for use when you’re not connected. The best bit – you can zoom just as you would if you’re online.
Downloading maps on your phone before you travel is a great way to navigate a new location without racking up huge international roaming fees
9. Buy an adapter
Remember that if you’re using your phone overseas, you will need to be able to charge it! If you’re not sure which adapter you need or you’re going to multiple countries and need different adapters for each, it’s worth buying a universal travel adapter. That way, no matter where you go, you’ll still be able to plug in and charge your devices without bringing multiple adapters. Just check the voltage of the country you’re visiting to make sure your device will work or if you’ll need a converter.
10. Buy a portable battery pack - I have these available for my clients to purchase.
These are super handy if you’re on the go and don’t know when you’ll next be able to charge your phone. They come in all shapes and sizes, so it’s worth doing some research to see which one best suits your needs. Some will fit in your pocket and are ideal if you just need a little top up, whereas others are bigger but will last you days on end of charging. Whatever you choose, these are a seriously good investment when you’re travelling.
Happy Travels from Carole @ Go4iT!

7 days ago

Bali Valentines Deal ..

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Fantastic deal for Bali - speak to someone who knows Bali well, having travelled up there twice recently - the place is looking fab-u-lous!

16 days ago

Seats aboard the Ghan - Darwin to Adelaide- iconic bucket list journey

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DEPARTS WEDNESDAYS (MAR - OCT)
FROM $3,600NZD per person
GOLD SERVICE - Twin share. Travelling solo pricing available - please ask
A unique and epic experience, explore the wonders of Australia’s vast interior with one of the world’s most renowned rail journeys – The Ghan Expedition from … View more
DEPARTS WEDNESDAYS (MAR - OCT)
FROM $3,600NZD per person
GOLD SERVICE - Twin share. Travelling solo pricing available - please ask
A unique and epic experience, explore the wonders of Australia’s vast interior with one of the world’s most renowned rail journeys – The Ghan Expedition from Darwin to Adelaide.
Beginning in Darwin, this four day, three night, 2979km all-inclusive journey will take you to some of the most remote and captivating parts of Australia in style and comfort. Operating March to October 2020, your adventure through the country’s vast, varied, and captivating interior will leave you speechless. It’s the ultimate Australian outback experience.
HIGHLIGHTS AND INCLUSIONS
• 4 days/3 nights aboard The Ghan Expedition Darwin to Adelaide
• All-inclusive meals, fine wines, and beverages
• A regionally-inspired menu paired with a selection of local wines
• Off train experiences in Katherine, Alice Springs, and Coober Pedy
• A spectacular dinner under the stars at the historic Telegraph Station
• Your choice between Nitmiluk Gorge’s powerful natural wonders and rich Indigenous culture, or a glimpse authentic outback life with a horse and working dog demonstration
• Venture into the underground opal mining town of Coober Pedy

Talk to Carole from Go4iT to
book your passage today!
Tel. 06 757 2885 or 021 251 2807.
Email - carole@go4it.co.nz
TAANZ bonded, HELLOWORLD and THE TRAVEL BROKERS group.

32 days ago

12 hours in… Santiago de Compostela!

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Welcome to Santiago de Compostela! If you’ve ever walked or cycled the ancient Camino de Santiago, then this incredible city will need no introduction. The capital of northwest Spain’s Galicia region, Santiago is the final destination and is the perfect reward for the achievement of completing … View moreWelcome to Santiago de Compostela! If you’ve ever walked or cycled the ancient Camino de Santiago, then this incredible city will need no introduction. The capital of northwest Spain’s Galicia region, Santiago is the final destination and is the perfect reward for the achievement of completing this world renowned pilgrimage. Steeped in culture, culinary delights and captivating sights, this unique city has it all and more.
In a nutshell…
Santiago de Compostela is a charming cathedral city brimming with character. Located in the north-western region of Spain, this unique destination has welcomed pilgrims for over 1,200 years and is unrivalled in its welcoming nature. Coming from across Europe, those who trekked to this isolated area of Galicia walked on the roads now collectively known as the Camino de Santiago. Nowadays, Santiago continues to welcome over 300,000 Camino pilgrims every year, attracting both walkers and cyclists. The extraordinary reward for conquering these trails is this incredible city, jam packed with historical treasures…
Sights not to miss…
The first place you should head to is the Praza do Obradoiro. This is the main square in the old town and is a hive of activity, often enveloped in a symphony of bagpipes which welcome pilgrims after their long journey. Located to the west of the famous Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, the square is a fascinating people-watching spot as such an array of different folk gather and celebrate; such a sense of camaraderie and joy are classic holiday ingredients! One of the most interesting times of year to visit the square is on July 25, when it hosts an exciting array of St. James’ Day celebrations. These celebrations include an elaborate firework display the night before the feast day, along with a variety of other incredible cultural events you won’t want to miss.
The focal point of the city has to be the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral – a roman-esque structure with elements of Gothic and Baroque architecture. The cathedral is the reputed burial place of Saint James the Great, one of the 12 apostles of Jesus Christ, and is one of the main attractions that entices holidaymakers from across the world to this small city. For those drawn to heights, there is the option to walk up to the cathedral rooftop to get an awe-inspiring, 80m elevated panoramic view of Santiago.
Recognized as a UNESCO heritage site since 1985, this historical town has no shortages of other incredible buildings and Baroque architecture. Notably, many of the university buildings, some dating back to as far as 1495, make up one of the oldest universities in Spain and in fact across Europe, being 522 years old as of 2018.
This city is not only known for its history however, with Santiago also being a fantastic place for the avid shopaholic. The quaint streets of the old town are home to local gastronomic delicacies as well as the local craft of silverware and the jet stone – a black mineral stone which led to coining the phrase ‘jet black’; it was used in the Egyptian and Roman times as a protective stone. Santiago is also home to a variety of street markets, shopping centres and the El Ensanche shopping area which is a large expanse of shops which are best experienced on foot.
Furthermore, the Alameda Park is a great green space that is central to many of Santiago’s celebrations, but also has a peaceful aspect for a calm stroll, and a stunning view of the Cathedral from Paseo de Ferradura which is located on the hillside of the Santa Susana hill. Here you can also find the Monument to ‘As Marías’; A bronze sculpture depicting two sisters who lived in the late 20th century and used to walk in the park every day wearing clothes not commonly seen for their time.
Flavours of Santiago…
The bustling Mercado de Abastos is one of the largest traditional street markets in Europe and is Santiago’s 2nd most visited attraction after the Cathedral. Locals bring fresh food of all kinds, whether it be fruit like figs and oranges, or seafood such as prawns, sardines and even whole octopuses. This is truly a foodie’s heaven!
A must-visit is Abastos 2.0, a ‘gastronomic space’ just round the corner, producing ‘fridge-less cuisine’, using the best fresh delicacies available in the market to design a daily changing menu made up of delicious mini-dishes – choose wisely though as it is one per person…
From the Cathedral, you may also want to wander down the bustling street Rúa do Franco, named for the French pilgrims who used to stay there. It is here where you will find some of Galicia’s best traditional restaurants serving delicious local foods and tapas – the perfect spot to enjoy a legendary lunch!
Dishes to try…
– Pulpo (Octopus) – the speciality of local restaurant O Dezaseis where the octopus is cooked until tender and thrown on a hot griddle and sprinkled with smoked pimentón (Spanish pepper).
– Tarta de Santiago – this almond pie literally named ‘Cake of St. James’ was traditionally baked as a reward for pilgrims completing their journey, but more modernly simply a regional specialty. The cake is covered in a sprinkle of icing sugar, with the shape of St. James’ cross left plain in the center.

Feeling inspired? Give me a call and let's talk Spain - I have an interesting collection of walking and cycling holidays on offer!

68 days ago

Cunard's Queen Elizabeth Cruise & Garden Tour 2021

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SALES until 15 DECEMBER 2019
For garden enthusiasts who enjoy refined luxury. 9 nights, 27 February to 08 March 2021. Cruise Sydney return, plus 2 nights pre-cruise city stay, with exclusive Southern Highland garden tour.
From only NZ $2,343 per person. Contact Carole from Go4iT Travel today. … View more
SALES until 15 DECEMBER 2019
For garden enthusiasts who enjoy refined luxury. 9 nights, 27 February to 08 March 2021. Cruise Sydney return, plus 2 nights pre-cruise city stay, with exclusive Southern Highland garden tour.
From only NZ $2,343 per person. Contact Carole from Go4iT Travel today. Member of Helloworld, TAANZ bonded.

71 days ago

Isle of Man Classic packages

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Calling motorbike racing enthusiasts .. so far, the main Isle of Man race in June 2020 has been more popular ‘by far’ than previous years. Due to the high level of interest, we are going back to the Isle of Man to see the old bikes in action. If you have done the TT you will enjoy the Classic … View moreCalling motorbike racing enthusiasts .. so far, the main Isle of Man race in June 2020 has been more popular ‘by far’ than previous years. Due to the high level of interest, we are going back to the Isle of Man to see the old bikes in action. If you have done the TT you will enjoy the Classic TT. It has many of the same riders, on bikes older than they. Isle of Man Classic packages are considerably more laid back. Attendees get to see the bikes close up, with explanations from mechanics from one of the teams. You will see some fantastic racing and live the ups and downs of the teams and riders. They are part of the event, not just spectators. Go4iT has four-night packages from $2999pp. Availability is limited. Assistance with airfares that meet your budget and I can speak to you today!

82 days ago

Black Friday Travel deals !

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For those looking for inspiration for your next holiday !

101 days ago

Got travel plans for 2020? Need a hand navigating the right track?

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Hi guys my name is Carole Garnham.
I’ve been in the travel biz for 30 years and have collected many high flyer awards over the years. It all began for me in London on my “Big OE” – 6 years of pure fun combined with ownership of a VW combi (Neil Neil Orange Peel) that allowed me to travel … View more
Hi guys my name is Carole Garnham.
I’ve been in the travel biz for 30 years and have collected many high flyer awards over the years. It all began for me in London on my “Big OE” – 6 years of pure fun combined with ownership of a VW combi (Neil Neil Orange Peel) that allowed me to travel across the UK and Europe extensively !
Whilst living and working in London, I worked for Insight Vacations and specialised in the operation of their coach touring programme throughout the UK, Europe, Scandinavia, the Middle East, USA and Canada.
Then I moved over to Crystal Ski Holidays and became a European/USA ski specialist, with many opportunities to ski every year. And lastly (but certainly not least) I ended up with Kuoni, a renowned prestigious UK Tour Operator, specializing in fly/drive and wedding packages across the Caribbean and North America.
Once back in New Zealand, prior to joining The Travel Broker Team, I’ve worked in the Retail Travel Industry for two prominent travel agencies, over a period of 10 years one of which specialised in online internet consulting. I’ve travelled extensively throughout both the Northern and Southern Pacific Rim Hemispheres, including a 3 month African overland trip, Asia and India. I have a passion for cruising which has seen me complete 20 cruises so far cruising with P&O, Carnival, Princess (I hold Princess Academy accreditation), NCL, Celebrity, Royal Caribbean, Cunard and Avalon.
The areas I have cruised cover :
San Francisco to Mexico
West and Eastern Caribbean Puerto Rico, Columbia and Haiti.
New York to Quebec
Auckland through the islands to Australia, and around NZ twice.
Out of Europe up to Scandinavia and Russia.
Dubai over to Abu Dhabi, Bahrain and Oman.
Japan over to Korea and East Russia.
Vancouver through to Alaska return.
Circumnavigated Hawaiian islands.
Panama Canal crossing covering Mexico, Costa Rica and Colombia through Central America.
House boats of the backwaters of Kerala, India
River cruising Luxembourg to Nuremburg

In addition to the specials that I can get my hands on with The Travel Brokers, I have also created my own website www.go4it.co.nz... which gives me the opportunity to offer slightly different alternative holidays that capture the many interests I have at heart; yoga, dancing, cooking, skiing and cycling getaways. 2017 took me to Vietnam, China, United Kingdom and river cruising in Europe. Most recently I’ve been back over to Singapore, Bali and India. 2018 I landed in South America with time spent in Argentina and Brazil. And can say for 2019 - I've now added the Philippines into the mix!

You name it I’ve been there, or if not I’m probably thinking about going there real soon. So whatever your plans or dreams are, as an avid traveller, let me create your next magical holiday or cruise experience!

113 days ago

This week's cruise offers!

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Anything catch your eye please don't hesitate to give me a call 757 2885 or drop me an email carole@go4it.co.nz!

118 days ago

Have you ever considered travelling to India ?

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Having just come back from India ( my third trip there as a repeat offender) it got me thinking about what I consider to be the best cultural experiences one could have in this amazing country. A country that certainly never ceases to amaze me. With a population of over one billion people, India … View moreHaving just come back from India ( my third trip there as a repeat offender) it got me thinking about what I consider to be the best cultural experiences one could have in this amazing country. A country that certainly never ceases to amaze me. With a population of over one billion people, India is a land of incredible cultural diversity. In fact, it’s one of the most religiously and ethnically diverse countries in the world. So here I’ve chosen some of the best cultural experiences to have in India that you may wish to include on your own itinerary. And if India is somewhere you would like to travel to, then why not talk to me today. The best time to travel here is from now through to May before the Monsoon rains arrive!

Watch a Kathakali dance show
Originating in Kerala in South India, Kathakali has been around for over 300 years. This form of storytelling retells myths and legends through dance, music, elaborate costumes and heavy make up. During a Kathakali performance, dancers use strong facial expressions and stylised movements to convey the story. One of the best places to watch this art form is the city of Kochi. Get their early and you may also catch the performers getting ready.

Spend a night in a palace
The ruling days of India’s Maharajas may be a thing of the past, but their legacy lives on in the form of their palaces and royal residences. Many of these have been converted into palace hotels, where you can gain a taste of what their life was once like. Floating on the waters of Lake Pichola, the Taj Lake Palace in Udaipur is one of the most iconic. Built in 1746 for a young prince, this spectacular palace hotel starred in the James Bond movie ‘Octopussy‘. Also found in the state of Rajasthan, Bhanwar Vilas Palace in Karauli is home to the current Maharaja and Maharani. Their sprawling Art Deco palace has been open to guests for over 20 years.

Ride the Himalayan Queen Toy Train
Running daily between Kalka and the hill station of Shimla, the Himalayan Queen Toy Train is one of the most beautiful railways in India. Built in 1903, it was considered the ‘crown jewel’ of Indian National Railways during the British reign. And a ride on this historic rail-route is like stepping back in time.
The 96-kilometre route winds its way steeply through rugged mountains and pine forests, with a total of 800 bridges, 103 tunnels and an impressive 900 curves. When going to Shimla sit on the right-hand side for the best views.

Sail the holy Ganges in Varanasi
India’s holiest city, Varanasi is a melting pot of colour, chaos and spirituality. A total of 84 iconic ghats, or stone embankments, lead down to the River Ganges. These draw thousands of pilgrims for cremations and to pay their respects.
Visiting Varanasi can no doubt be overwhelming, but will offer an incredible insight into the practices of ancient tradition and devotion. Take a sunset boat ride on the River Ganges to see the evening Aarti ceremonies, with devotees waving candles before deities. And if there is a sitar player on board your boat this experience gets even better.

Take a rickshaw around Chandni Chowk bazaar
Not only is Chandni Chowk bazaar one of the oldest and busiest markets in Delhi, but also one of the largest wholesale markets in all of Asia. Thought to be established under Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, it’s divided into several smaller markets which sell sertain commodities such as textiles, jewellery and shoes. Many stores also specialize in bridal wear and traditional Indian dress, making it a must-see cultural hub during any visit to the capital. Take a rickshaw ride around the area to experience its hustle and bustle.

Namaste from Go4iT Travel!

131 days ago

All Blacks versus Argentina ..possibly 26 September 2020!

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Go4it Travel has received a date for the next game between the All Blacks and Argentina for 2020. The game will likely kick-off on the 26 September 2020 in Buenos Aires, but is subject to confirmation.
So why not experience the All Blacks vs Argentina & discover the wonderful culture of … View more
Go4it Travel has received a date for the next game between the All Blacks and Argentina for 2020. The game will likely kick-off on the 26 September 2020 in Buenos Aires, but is subject to confirmation.
So why not experience the All Blacks vs Argentina & discover the wonderful culture of the modern day historic South America

Below are a series of All Blacks Tours I can offer you which are a great opportunity to discover more of Argentina or travel further afield to enjoy highlights of South America. These unique tours have been crafted to include the All Blacks games and must-see sights such as the incredible Iguazu Falls, Rio de Janeiro, Machu Picchu, or the pristine Galapagos Islands. Where ever you want to travel in Latin America I can help you get there.

Go4it Travel is working in conjunction with Viva Expeditions who are an Authorised Reseller of All Blacks match tickets . We will manage all the All Black tour essentials including official match tickets, accommodation and even flights, leaving you the opportunity to enjoy all the action without any worries.
Please note: Viva Expeditions are an Authorised Reseller of All Blacks match tickets against Argentina. Viva is not able to sell match tickets by themselves. All tickets must be packaged with accommodation and services.

REGISTER YOUR INTEREST TODAY WITH GO4iT TRAVEL FOR 202O - DON'T MISS OUT ON THE ACTION!

135 days ago
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