May Madness Etihad Business Class SALE

May Madness Etihad Business Class SALE

From R21,732 p.p. Subject to price terms

Package Includes
  • Flights to selected destination ex OR Tambo International
  • Approximate airport taxes

It's May and It's MADNESS SALE

Validity Period
Book from 01 - 31 May 2018

Travel outbound from 01 May 2018  2018 and travel completed by 28 February 2019
Block out dates apply

R21,732 p.p. Ex JNB to Istanbul(includes approximate taxes)

R31,943 p.p. Ex JNB to New York (includes approximate taxes)

R42,723 p.p. Ex JNB to Las Angeles (includes approximate taxes)

R31,688 p.p. Ex JNB to Manchester( includes approximate taxes)

R27,632 p.p. Ex JNb to Jakarta (includes approximate taxes)

R25,496 p.p. Ex JNB to Frankfurt (includes approximate taxes)

R26,203 p.p. EX JNB to Dusseldorf (includes approximate taxes)

R27,206 p.p. Ex JNB to Sydney (includes approximate taxes)

R33,983 p.p. Ex JNB to Melbourne (includes approximate taxes)

R24,353 p.p. EX JNB to Dublin (includes approximate taxes)

R27,954 p.p. EX JNb to Delhi (includes approximate taxes)

R25,854 p.p. EX JNb to Bangkok (includes approximate taxes)

R36,561 p.p. Ex JNB to AUH-DXB( includes approximate taxes)
  • All land arrangements
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Travel Insurance
  • Visas

Prices unless indicated on the offer are per person and include approximate taxes ex OR Tambo International Airport.  Peak season surcharges & block out dates may apply.  Prices are correct at the time of publishing, however are subject to change due to currency fluctuations, rate increases & availability.  Supplier terms & conditions may apply.  These offers may be withdrawn at any time without notice.  Service fees apply. Errors & omissions excepted. Books sale from 01 May - 31 May 2018, Travel outbound from 01 May 2018  2018 and travel completed by 28 February 2019. Fares are subject to availability.

United Arab Emirates

The United Arab Emirates on the southeastern tip of the Arabian Peninsula is a bit of an anathema in the Middle East. This union of seven sovereign sheikhdoms was formed when the British withdrew from the Gulf in 1971, and today it is a modern, trend-setting conglomeration of high-rise cities with state-of-the-art tourist infrastructure, magnificent beaches and a paradise of duty free shopping. Unlike other Arab states the UAE actually courts and encourages tourists, constantly adding and upgrading events and attractions to complement its renown as the shopping capital of the world.

The sun always shines on the UAE and its gleaming cities, the most popular of which is cosmopolitan, wealthy Dubai, which is characterised by a ten-mile long (16km) deep creek that forms a natural harbour. In Dubai resides the Jebel Ali Free Trade Zone, which makes the city a must for shop-a-holics. A major attraction is the annual Dubai Shopping Festival.

Abu Dhabi is the capital of the UAE and one of the most modern cities in the world. Visitors revel in large gardens and parks, green boulevards, sophisticated high-rise buildings, modern communication services and transport, international luxury hotels, rich shopping malls and cultural centres. The city's airport ranks as one of the finest in the world.

Just in case travellers forget they are actually in Arabia, the UAE also offers a host of experiences and attractions that utilise its historic Bedouin heritage, including camel treks, henna tattoos, desert stargazing, 4x4 trips through sand dunes and cruises aboard a dhow. Hundreds of tour companies offer a variety of excursions and adventure packages to suit all tastes and persuasions.

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