Winter Warmer Etihad Economy Class SALE
Winter Warmer Etihad Economy Class SALE

Winter Warmer Etihad Economy Class SALE

From R5,774 p.p. Subject to price terms

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

Warm up with the ETIHAD winter warmer sale!

Economy class fares to certainly warm you up!

Mumbai from R5 774

Istanbul from R6 652

Abu Dhabi from R6 007

Hong Kong from R6 518

Paris from R6,733

Rome from R6 985

London from R8 628

Validity Period
Book until 31 July 2018

Travel outbound from 02 July 2018 and travel completed by 30 April 2019.

Block out dates apply

R5,774 p.p. Ex JNB to Abu Dhabi (includes approximate taxes)

R6,733 p.p. Ex JNB to Paris (including airport taxes)

R5,774 p.p. Ex JNB to Mumbai (including airport taxes)

R6,518 p.p. Ex JNB to Hong Kong (including airport taxes)

R6,985 p.p. Ex JNB to Rome (Including airport taxes)

R8,628 p.p. Ex JNB to London (including airport taxes)

R6,652 p.p. Ex JNB to Istanbul (including airport taxes)

R6,007 p.p. Ex JNB to Abu Dhabi (including airport taxes)
  • All land arrangements
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Travel & Medical 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  These offers may be withdrawn at any time without notice.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 02 July - 31 July 2018, Travel outbound from 02 July 2018 and travel completed by 30 April 2019. Fares are subject to availability. Block out dates apply in peak season


From the snow-capped Himalayas in the north to the sun-drenched coastal villages of the south, India unfolds like an ancient tapestry. At times threadbare and fading, the land stretches from desert dunes and scattered slums to the rich embroidery of ancient, jewelled palaces, and the majestic domes of forgotten empires.

Since the first civilisations developed on the banks of the Indus river almost 5,000 years ago, India has given birth to Buddhism and Hinduism, been touched by the empire of Alexander the Great, seen the ancient empires of the Mauryas and Guptas rise and fall, and has traded with Pharaohs and Caesars. An invasion by the Huns scattered its people until the sweeping hand of Islam saw new kingdoms rise, heralding the era of the Sultans. Defeat came again as the Mogul Emperors marched over the mountains and into the Punjab. The decline of the Mogul Empire gave way to the Marathas, who consolidated control of India just in time for the arrival of the British. The sun finally set on the British Empire as India reclaimed independence in 1947, heralding a new age of democracy.

India is a feast for the senses; where the air is heavy with the scent of jasmine and dancers trail frenetic melodies in colourful silk saris. Its cooks compose dishes from a palette of exotic spices that may leave a lingering taste of saffron or aniseed. In India's cities, the hardship of slum-living competes with the cacophony of seemingly endless traffic and a myriad of other textures, colours and movements all jostling for attention. India can be overwhelming to the senses, but its variety is part of its charm.