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Anzac 2012 Escorted Tours

Anzac 2012 Escorted Tours

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Published by Phil Durell
This tour is made for those who want to know the history of the Anzac soldiers and for the loved ones of the fallen soldiers who were left behind. An Anzac tour is not complete without the presence of a battle tour manager. A battle tour manager will bring you to every site that will contribute to the holistic experience of every visitor. The tourist, escorted with the tour manager will trace back the events that happened during the war.
This tour is made for those who want to know the history of the Anzac soldiers and for the loved ones of the fallen soldiers who were left behind. An Anzac tour is not complete without the presence of a battle tour manager. A battle tour manager will bring you to every site that will contribute to the holistic experience of every visitor. The tourist, escorted with the tour manager will trace back the events that happened during the war.

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Published by: Phil Durell on Sep 20, 2011
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Years had passed since the great Gallipoli war. The war started on the 25
th
of April 1915 andended on the 9
th
of January 1916 in the Turkish peninsula. Many fearless New Zealanders andAustralian soldiers fought in one of the most furious world wars noted in history. The alliancebetween the Australians and New Zealander Army Corps made way to the name ANZAC.Brave soldiers who died in the war were laid in the lands of Gallipoli. Tours were made toremember the heroic battle and the tremendous attempt of the ANZACs to win it.
Commemorating the Anzac Soldiers
 The Anzac Commemorative site is found at the North Beach. This is where the Australian andNew Zealander soldiers first arrived. This is the venue for the annual celebration on every 25thof April at dawn.Chunuk Bair Cemetery is another commemorative site to visit. You will find the cemetery in theNorth east of Brighton Beach. The enemies buried the fallen soldiers in this site. At present,there are about 632 servicemen buried in Chunuk Bair Cemetery. Another cemetery worth tovisit is the Ari Burnu Cemetery because 252 servicemen of World War I were buried in thiscemetery.
Anzac 2012 Tour
 This tour is made for those who want to know the history of the Anzac soldiers and for theloved ones of the fallen soldiers who were left behind. An Anzac tour is not complete withoutthe presence of a battle tour manager. A battle tour manager will bring you to every site thatwill contribute to the holistic experience of every visitor. The tourist, escorted with the tourmanager will trace back the events that happened during the war.Aside from being escorted to different commemorative sites, you will also attend the Last PostCeremony, critic on exhibits at Franco-Australian Museum, and learn from the expertise of awar historian.
Anzac Tour Inclusions
 Every Anzac tour should provide you with travel itineraries to guide you to site visits. Itineraries should be followed accordingly as described in the travel guide. An Anzac tour should have atleast one tour manager with full escort services; a great accommodation with mealpreparations for each day as described; and most importantly, there should be an extensiveguide and exposure to the battlefield during World War I.

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