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This is the view of Halong Bay from

This is the view of Halong Bay from a vista near Surprise Cave in 2011, which was discovered in 1901 and was used as a hideout for the Viet Cong during the Vietnam War. The gorgeous collection of nearly 2,000 islets and caves is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and a stop on G-Adventures' Indochina tour. Photo Credit: Jessica Gelt/Los Angeles Times/MCT

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Cruises

Princess has a sale on select Alaska land-and-sea vacations. The Denali on Sale promo applies to several 2014 itineraries. For example, a 10-night Denali Explorer tour on July 30 starts at $1,428 a person double and includes a seven-night cruise from Vancouver to Whittier, Alaska; a three-night land tour to Denali National Park and Fairbanks, Alaska; transfers; and port charges. Brochure rate is about $820 more. Book by April 3.

INFO 800-774-6237, princess.com

Pacific Delight Tours is offering a 13-night trip to China from $3,199 a person double. The Grand Yangtze River Silver Experience tour includes round-trip air from New York to Shanghai (return from Beijing); two nights' hotel in Shanghai; eight-night cruise on the Yangtze aboard the Victoria Sophia; airfare from Chongqing to Beijing; three nights' lodging in Beijing; most meals; several tours; guides; transfers; port charges; and taxes. For the lowest price, depart April 15. Booked separately, flights and cruise alone cost about the same amount. Based on availability. Request tour package A4YS14VL.

INFO 800-221-7179, pacificdelighttours.com

Tour

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World Spree is offering $400 savings on its Best of Vietnam and Cambodia tour. With the discount, the trip starts at $3,399 a person double for departures April through December. Price includes round-trip airfare from San Francisco to Hanoi, with return from Siem Reap, Cambodia; three flights in Vietnam and Cambodia; 11 nights' lodging in the Vietnamese cities of Hanoi, Hoi An, Hue and Ho Chi Minh City and in Siem Reap; an overnight cruise in Vietnam's Ha Long Bay; 27 meals; several sightseeing tours with entrance fees; land transportation; tour guides; transfers and taxes. For the lowest price, pay in full by March 31 with a check or money order.

INFO 866-652-5656, worldspree.com

Hotels

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To celebrate its 110th anniversary, the Hotel Wolcott in midtown Manhattan is offering reduced rates through the year. Book a room by March 31 and pay $110 a night for a standard queen or twin room, plus about $20 taxes. The typical rate is about $200. Breakfast included. Based on availability; valid on stays Sunday through Thursday.

INFO 212-268-2900, wolcott.com/ann110

Beaver Creek Resort in Colorado is offering up to 35 percent savings on hotel and condominium lodging for the rest of ski season. For example, a night at the slopeside Pines Lodge in late March now starts at $484, including taxes and resort fees; rate is typically $727. Book the Beaver Creek Spring Escape package by April 5 for travel through April 20. Blackout dates and minimum stays apply at some properties.

INFO 800-953-0844, beavercreek.com

Kids stay free at select Iberostar Hotels & Resorts all-inclusive properties in Mexico, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic. For the deal, up to two children stay for free when two adults pay full price. Prices vary. For example, a five-night vacation at Iberostar Playa Mita, in Riviera Nayarit, Mexico, costs as little as $1,080 in August, including taxes, for two adults and two children ages 12 and younger. The typical rate for a youngster starts at $85 a night. Book by April 30; travel May 1-Dec. 23. Blackout dates apply. Minimum stay of three nights required.

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INFO 888-923-2722, iberostar.com

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