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46 km of mountain, 60% going up and rest going down. You have a new challenge to discover in Dominican Republic! 6 nights, 7 days, 2 destinations in the island and the most thrilling adventure in the area.
Of course, you will have the chance to relax visiting some kilometers of our virgin beaches!! Because,you deserve it!!
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We'd like to tell you about a 12 day tour in beautiful Bahia to take place from June 14 to 25, 2017. It's a photographic experience guided by expert Kike Calvo for anyone who believes in the power of image. No need to have experience or professional camera. Lately speaking of transformational travel, Aniyami has created with so much love and passion this delicious itineray for travelers who seek relevant travel experiences. A complete journey registered in lots of great pictures!
If you are driven, motivated, passionate about responsible travel, and fit the profile – we want you!
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We are currently recruiting a Sales Executive to join our dynamic team as part of our growing Sales department in our Kyoto office.
The duties of this role are as follows:
1. Answering prospective client enquiries by email and phone
2. Processing bookings (recording financial details; managing payments and enquiries from clients, creating client itineraries)
3. Providing creative input to the development of new tours and services
For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Preliminary results from the inaugural trial, from August to November 2016, show 1,644 people experienced swimming with the whales. The newest experience to be offered at the UNESCO World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef, the tours offer intimate encounters with the humpbacks in conjunction with strict environmental standards to protect the wildlife, allowing a maximum of five people in the water with one humpback whale at a time. Previously an endangered species in WA, recent conservation efforts have boosted the mammal's population in the area to around 30,000.