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This week's hottest travel dealsWhether you are thinking about travelling domestically, heading overseas or just need to grab a cheap flight, here is where you'll find the hottest travel deals every week.

Here are this week's hot deals:
Experience a piece of Vanuatu paradise from $899#1Experience a piece of Vanuatu paradise from $899Mele Cascades Waterfall is the perfect complement to the scenic coastline of Vanuatu with the cool waters a welcome break from the balmy island temperatures. Flight Centre has return airfares to Vanuatu, seven nights accommodation with daily breakfast and transfers from $899.
www.flightcentre.co.nz

Do Disneyland in Sheraton style from $1799#2Do Disneyland in Sheraton style from $1799While every child would like to see Disneyland at least once in their lifetime, it doesn't mean the parents have to miss out. Harvey World Travel has Anaheim on sale, including flights and five nights at the Sheraton Park Hotel at the Anaheim Resort which is on Disneyland's doorstep.
www.harveyworld.co.nz

Timeless wonders of Vietnam and Cambodia from $5449#3Timeless wonders of Vietnam and Cambodia from $5449Cruiseabout has a 14-night river cruise from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi including a seven-night Mekong river cruise onboard the River Orchid including meals, drinks, seven-nights accommodation in some centrally located deluxe hotels, local transport and tour guide, from $5449.
www.cruiseabout.co.nz

Round the world including Tokyo from $3285#4Round the world including Tokyo from $3285Tired of the same old cities coming up on those round-the-world airfares? How about these for a change of pace? You'll fly out of Auckland, then visit Papeete, Tokyo, Edinburgh, Amsterdam, and Vancouver. What better places for some funky Facebook selfies, and all from just $3285.
www.studentflights.co.nz

Four-star Auckland city apartment from $170#5Four-star Auckland city apartment from $170Facing the city skyline and its marvellous harbour and just minutes from the marina, shopping and entertainment precincts, Auckland City Oaks is a must-stay. Wotif's package includes a two-bedroom apartment, bottle of wine, continental breakfast, from $170 per night (for four adults).
www.wotif.co.nz

Six of the world's most extreme hotelsSix of the world's most extreme hotelsWhy stay at an ordinary hotel when you can check in to an extraordinary hotel? From a sky-scraping bed in the world's tallest hotel to a private room in an underwater lodge, these ground-breaking hotels and resorts take accommodation to the extreme.
Ask Lonely Planet: trekking the Milford Sound areaAsk Lonely Planet: trekking the Milford Sound areaWhere to go for a family trip that combines adventure, culture and fun.
Hiker's guide to AustraliaHiker's guide to AustraliaEach state of Australia offers fantastic trails for hikers to trek, and winter is the perfect season to lace up the boots and take an adventure.
Beyond Bora Bora: Tahiti's totally wild HuahineBeyond Bora Bora: Tahiti's totally wild HuahineWhen told with a wink by a poolside waiter that Huahine was a 'seductress', Philippa Lees wasn't quite sure what to think - but she soon found out exactly what he meant.
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