From Côtes du Rhône wine to crêpes suzette, and sun-glazed fields to Van Gogh’s Arles—this is a journey of exquisite pleasure for all your senses.
|R33,850 p.p. Cruise only|
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Valid until 22 October 2016
R2250 (Port Charges already included in above price)
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