Travel deals of the week

In honor of D-Day’s 70th anniversary, discounts are

In honor of D-Day’s 70th anniversary, discounts are available for round-trip cruises from Paris on the Seine. (Credit: Getty Images)

Great travel deals this week.

Cruise

Premier River Cruises is offering $500-a-person savings on 2014 AmaWaterways cruises commemorating the 70th anniversary of D-Day. The seven-night cruise starts at $2,599 a person double, plus $161 port charges, for the April 10, Nov. 6 and Nov. 27 departures. Military personnel and veterans receive an additional $200 discount. The deal also includes prepaid shipboard tips, a savings of about $175 a person. The cruise, which sails round-trip from Paris on the Seine River, offers free daily shore excursions, including a full-day D-Day Remembered tour. Book by Nov. 15.

INFO 855-255-1200, premierrivercruises.com

California

La Casa del Zorro, a historic resort in Borrego Springs, Calif., is offering an introductory rate to celebrate its reopening. A deluxe room, with breakfast for two, starts at $189 (plus $40 tax and resort fee) for most dates through Dec. 30 -- a savings of $173. Request promo code LEGEND. The 42-acre property, built in 1937, is next to Anza-Borrego Desert State Park.

INFO 760-767-0100, lacasadelzorro.com

Belize

Frontiers International Travel is offering savings on fishing trips at three lodges in Belize. On select dates through Dec. 21, the first person pays the single rate and the second traveler goes free at Turneffe Flats Lodge, El Pescador Resort or Belize River Lodge. Prices vary. For example, a four-night trip with lodging at Belize River Lodge, all meals, daily guided fishing trips, airport transfers and taxes starts at $2,610 for two people sharing a room, a savings of $1,366.

INFO 800-245-1950, frontierstravel.com

South Africa

Save hundreds on a trip to South Africa with the Mervis Diamond South Africa Tour and Safari,

which has partnered with South African Vacations for the 10-day package. The trip starts at $4,657 a person double and includes round-trip air on South African Airways from Washington Dulles to Cape Town, accommodations at the five-star Table Bay Hotel in Cape Town, lodging at Kapama River Lodge near Kruger National Park, plus two game drives a day, most meals, a full-day Cape Peninsula excursion, airport transfers, all fees and taxes. Depart Feb.20. By comparison, the airfare and Cape Town hotel alone would cost more than $3,000.

INFO 855-359-7228, mervisdiamond.com/safari

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