Chocolatey sweet breaks for the long Easter holidays

 

Step aside Easter eggs, we want to properly treat ourselves this year! Make 2013 your best yet by starting the year off in style on one of our short but chocolatey sweet breaks over the long Easter period.

 

Maybe 10 days in Thailand takes your fancy, or if you’d like an adrenaline rush climbing Kilimanjaro could be your challenge? We’ve got it all, so check out our offers below for more eggs-cellent travel goodness!

 

 

USA Experience

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USA Experience

This chart topping adventure holidays USA tour blends the rugged beauty of America's west and a heaping of southern hospitality with the high-octane energy of the eastern seaboard. Do DC and the Deep South, party it up in New Orleans and cross the great state of Texas. Experience the mystery and wonder of the desert southwest as you mingle with mountains, cavort with canyons and get native with the locals. Go for broke in Las Vegas and experience the laid-back vibe of California and LA. 

Brazil Community Development in Rio

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Brazil Community Development in Rio

Welcome to Rio! By deciding to volunteer and spend time in the favelas of Rio, you'll be helping out underpriliveged families by looking after (and having loads of fun!) their children while their parents head to work for the day.

Australia Wildlife Sanctuary - Kangaroo Island

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Australia Wildlife Sanctuary - Kangaroo Island

Become a wildlife volunteer in Australia and help protect some of Australia’s unique wildlife.You’ll be involved in full-on essential conservation work from hard-core tree planting and maintenance to counting koalas!

Malaysia Zoo Assistant

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Malaysia Zoo Assistant

Travel to Malaysia and help out the zookeepers, learning about the likes and dislikes of the Malayan sun bear, chimpanzees, elephants, tigers and much more. Typical tasks may include preparing food and feeding animals, catching the animals, working as a guide and of course cleaning out the enclosures.

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