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Ten top trips to book in March

Watching tigers in India, cycling in Sri Lanka or sailing amongst the serene fjords of New Zealand... What will your next once-in-a-lifetime experience be? We've picked 10 of the best to book this month.
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1. Treasures of Jordan

Experience the atmospheric and vast landscape of Wadi Rum in comfort on our premium Jordan tour. Spend the evening chatting with your group around the campfire, whilst enjoying a traditional bedouin dinner of mezze and meat and vegetables cooked in a put under the sand. After taking in the stunning starry skies, bed down in your own private tent and enjoy the silence of the desert.
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2. Family India Golden Triangle Adventure

Take a game drive in Ranthambore National Park in search of the beautiful Bengal Tiger. The best time to visit Ranthambore to spot tiger is between September and May, when water is more scarce and the wildlife congregates at the lakes and river side. You’ll also spot sloth bear, fox and jackal, as well as the crested hawk eagle and white-breasted kingfisher among over 300 bird species.
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3. Bangkok to Saigon by Bike

Cycle through the jungle between the intricately-designed and captivating temples of Angkor in Cambodia. Explore the impressive Ta Prohm Temple, which remains in the clutches of the encroaching jungle. Here we spend time visiting the temple, before pedalling to other fascinating Temple citadels. Finish this epic day with a visit to magnificent Angkor Wat with its extraordinarily-preserved architecture.
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4. Botswana Wildlife Safari

Watch the sun set over the hazy landscape as you sit on the deck of a houseboat in the Okavango Delta Panhandle, listening to the hum of the surrounding wildlife. We may cruise past wallowing hippos, while crocodiles bask on the riverbank. Swap stories of wildlife encounters you’ve had during the day as you enjoy a well-deserved sundowner. 
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5. Cycle Sri Lanka

Meet a family of Tamil tea pickers in the highlands around Nuwara Eliya. Once a British retreat from the stifling heat of the summer, the town has retained its distinctly colonial feel. There are optional rides through lush plantations and tea estates, with some hilly sections for cyclists that fancy an extra challenge.
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6. Walks and Wine Tasting in Spain and Portugal

While staying in the medieval hilltop village of Fermoselle, with its narrow cobbled streets and rustic stone houses, be sure to head up to the El Torojon lookout at sunset. Take in the superb view over the village and rugged landscapes of the Arribes del Duero Natural Park where the majestic River Douro flows far below.
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7. Family Pyrenees Activity Adventure

Go kayaking through the stunning canyons and exciting rapids of the Noguera River. Reward yourself after a day’s activity with delicious Catalonian tapas of melt-in-the-mouth suckling pig, crispy patatas bravas and smoky chorizo.
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8. South Africa's Garden Route

Have your breath taken away as you witness a herd of elephants in Addo National Park. We'll take a game drive in the park, home to more than 600 elephants as well as lion, hyena and Cape buffalo. After an exhilarating day watching the wildlife we stay in comfortable cabins within the park, giving even more opportunity to see the animals with its viewing platform that overlooks a night-lit waterhole.
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9. Levada Trails of Madeira

Walk between the two peaks of Pico do Arieiro and Pico Ruivo climbing to Madeira’s highest point. At the top you’ll be greeted with spectacular views of white clouds hanging over dramatic cliffs, deep green valleys and beautiful wildflowers.
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10. New Zealand Explorer

Sail out into the Doubtful Sound, in the heart of Fjordland. This is pure, wild New Zealand. Stand out on the deck as you pass forest-lined cliffs and listen to the sounds of nature. The icing on the cake is to spot dolphins playing in the waters around your boat.
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