London – UK (LHR) to Auckland – New Zealand (AKL) Return Ticket
Price: £ 498.05
Average Fare: £ 760.00
Savings: £ 361.95
Date: 22.05.2018 to 29.05.2018
New Zealand Facts
- Although it is around the size of Japan, New Zealand’s population is just over four million, making it one of the world’s least populated countries.
- New Zealanders love their cars! 2.5 million cars for 4 million people (including the kids) makes New Zealand’s car ownership rate one of the highest in the world.
- Head to Dunedin (named for the Gaelic name for Edinburgh) to see some of Scotland’s influence on New Zealand architecture and culture. You can even check out Larnach Castle, New Zealand’s only castle!
- Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateapokaiwhenuakitanatahu is the place name that all your family would hate if they had to send you birthday cards. The 85-letter town in Hawke’s Bay is in the Guinness World Records for the longest place name in the world.
- It’s no wonder New Zealand is known for its incredible scenery when so much of the country has been carefully protected and preserved. A visit to some of the national parks is an absolute must.
Milan – Italy (MXP) to Rio de Janeiro – Brazil (GIG) Return Ticket
Price: £ 274.30
Average Fare: £ 750.00
Savings: £ 475.70
Date: 11.02.2019 to 19.02.2019
Rio de Janeiro Facts
- Rio de Janeiro or simply ‘Rio’ is the capital of the Brazilian State of Rio de Janeiro and the third largest metropolis in the country with a population of 6.3 million people.
- Christ the Redeemer landmark on the top of Corcovado Mountain is one of the most recognized features of Rio and has on several occasions been named one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
- Brazil’s most famous dance – samba – has its origins from the African slaves that worked on the plantations in the State of Rio de Janeiro.
- With over 50 kilometers of white and golden sand beaches, Rio is Brazil’s tourism capital.
- There are more than 200 samba schools in Rio. The city gets more than 3 million international tourists every year.
London – UK (LHR) to Rhodes – Greece (RHO) Return Ticket
Price: £ 68.97
Average Fare: £ 210.00
Savings: £ 141.03
Date: 28.04.018 to 6.05.2018
- Rhodes is known as the Emerald Island due to the 37% coverage of pine and cypress.
- In ancient days, Rhodes was famous, ‘worldwide’, for the Colossus of Rhodes, which was one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
- Rhodes is the holiday mecca for northern Europeans with tourism accounting for 75% of the island’s economy.
- On the West side of the island there are several picturesque villages. If you like ancient history the “Pompey of Greece”, Kamiros, is definitely a place to go. The monastery of Filerimos is also a place worth a visit.
- The best beaches are situated on the east coast. It is not too windy there and most beaches there are suitable for families with children. Surfers prefer Prasonisi in the South. At Cape Ladiko there is a small bay with the incredible name Anthony Quinn which is very nice. This is where The Guns of Navarone was filmed. There are also many, many more beaches.
London – UK (LHR) to Mombasa – Kenya (MBA) Return Ticket
Price: £ 319.32
Average Fare: £ 650.00
Savings: £ 330.68
Airline: Kenya Airlines
Date: 7.05.018 to 14.05.2018
- The country is named after Mt. Kenya, which is the highest point in the country and is 17,057 feet high.
- Lions, leopards, elephants and buffalo can all be found running free in Kenya. Due to this, many tourists who visit the country go on safaris.
- Kenya’s location between the Indian Ocean and Lake Victoria means that people from all over Africa and the Middle East have traveled and traded across it for centuries. This has created a diverse culture with many ethnic groups and languages.
- Millions of people visit Kenya each year to see its endless savannah and the animals that inhabit it: elephants, lions, cheetahs, giraffes, zebras, hippos, rhinos and more. The Kenyan government has set up more than 50 reserves and parks to protect these animals.
- People hoping to spot some amazing African wildlife usually focus on Kenya’s lowland savannah. But Kenya’s ecosystems also include deserts, swamps, mountain and forests.
London – UK (LHR) to Bangkok – Thailand (BKK) Return Ticket
Price: £ 318.85
Average Fare: £ 650.00
Savings: £ 331.15
Date: 19.04.018 to 17.05.2018
- According to the World Economic Forum, Thailand is the 13th friendliest country in the world. Iceland is the friendliest.
- One of the country’s most unusual festivals is the annual Monkey Buffet, held in front of the Pra Prang Sam Yot temple in Lopburi province. More than 600 monkeys are invited to feast on over two tonnes of grilled sausage, fresh fruit, ice cream and other treats. The locals see it as a thank you to the monkeys which inhabit the village and bring thousands of tourists there each year.
- Thailand is home to the world’s ninth tallest statue, The Great Buddha of Thailand, at the Wat Muang Monastery in Ang Thong province. It also has the world’s highest stupa – Phra Pathom Chedi at 127 meters. The country’s tallest building is the Baiyoke Tower II in Bangkok – it is the world’s 80th tallest at 304 meters.
- Thailand is the only country in south-east Asia that hasn’t been colonised by Europeans.
- Parts of Thailand are off-limits to British travelers. The Foreign Office advises against all travel to the Preah Vihear (Khaoi Pra Viharn in Thai) temple area and the Ta Krabey/Ta Moan temple area, on the Thai-Cambodian border, “due to the presence of troops in the area and the risk of outbreaks of fighting”. It also advises against all but essential travel to the provinces of Pattani, Yala, Narathiwat and Songkhla on the Thai-Malaysia border, due to the threat of terrorism.
London – UK (LTN) to Tel Aviv (TLV) Return Ticket
Price: £ 95.00
Average Fare: £ 280.00
Savings: £ 185.00
Airline: Wizz and Ryanair
Date: 19.04.2018 to 23.04.2018
Tel Aviv Facts
- Founded in April 1909, Tel Aviv was the first modern Hebrew city. The area, once a large expanse of sand dunes, was originally called Ahuzat Bayit. A year later, the name was changed to Tel Aviv, meaning “Spring Mound.”
- Rainy days won’t bring down city dwellers: Tel Aviv enjoys 300 annuals days of sunshine.
- The best way to get around: Rent a bike for about $5, then cruise along the beachside promenade. There are more than 150 bike-share stations around town.
- Often referred to as the Miami of the Middle East, Tel Aviv has been named one of the world’s top party cities. Because Shabbat is observed on Friday, Thursday nights draw the biggest crowd, with revelers raging until dawn. Not surprisingly, it’s also been called the city that never sleeps.
- With more than 200 museums, Israel has the highest number of museums per capita in the world. Tel Aviv is home to country’s three largest.
London – UK (STN) to Edinburgh – Scotland (EDI) Return Ticket
Price: £ 19.98
Average Fare: £ 120.00
Savings: £ 100.02
Date: 16.04.018 to 20.04.2018
- Edinburgh Castle is built on the site of an extinct volcano.
- The first king of Great Britain James I (a Scottish king James VI) was born in the Edinburgh castle.
- Edinburgh is the greenest city in the UK since there are 112 parks in the city.
- J.K.Rowling used to go to the Nicolson`s café during a hard period of her life and she started to write the first book about Harry Potter exactly there. Now there is a restaurant on that place called «Spoon».
- The number of heritage buildings in Edinburgh is bigger than anywhere. There are about 16 thousands historical buildings of different epochs.
London – UK (GTW) to Orlando – USA (SFB) Return Ticket
Price: £ 276.23
Average Fare: £ 670.00
Savings: £ 393.77
Date: 7.04.018 to 18.04.2018
- Orlando, one of the major cities of Florida attracts more visitors than any other city in Florida. The Disney World Amusement park resort in Orlando covers an area of 30,500 acres attracts more than 16 million tourists every year. The Disney World Resort is also the largest single-site employer in the U. S. It has employed more than 59,000 last members just to entertain the visitors.
- With over 87 million visitors in the year 2014, Florida is one of the top travel destinations in the world. The tourist industry has an impact of 67 billion on Florida’s economy.
- Florida is recognized all over the world for its balmy weather. The mild winter of the state has made it a haven for the retirees and tourists. Summers can be hot with showers providing relief during the rainy season. The coastal areas do experience gentle breezes during summer. The hurricane season running from 1st June to 30th November has taught the Floridians to be ready to face the storm in their area.
- Florida is also dubbed as the Alligator State because of the hundreds of alligators living there. In the year 1987, the Florida legislature chose Alligator Mississippians as the state reptile. The alligator symbolizes the extensive untamed swamps and wilderness of Florida.
- The Everglades National Park, spanning the southern tip of the Florida Peninsula, is the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States. The national park has fourteen rare and endangered species of animals.
London – UK (STN) to Belfast – Northern Ireland (BFS) Return Ticket
Price: £ 22.59
Average Fare: £ 120.00
Savings: £ 97.41
Date: 12.04.018 to 17.04.2018
- Its location at the mouth of the River Lagan made Belfast an ideal location for the shipbuilding industry. Harland and Wolff had the largest shipyard in the world when it built the RMS Titanic during 1911-1912.
- A series of hills flank the northwestern side of Belfast, including Divis Mountain, Black Mountain and Cavehill.
- On average, it rains 157 days a year in Belfast, less than Scotland, but more than Dublin
- Opened in March 2012 on the site of the former Harland & Wolff shipyard, the Titanic Belfast is a monument to Belfast’s maritime heritage, featuring nine high-tech galleries amidst a crisscross of escalators and suspended walkways.
- Surrounded by mountains that create a microclimate conducive to horticulture, Belfast contains 3,000 acres of parks, many of them forested.
Paris – France (ORY) to Martinique Island – French Overseas region (PTP) Return Ticket
Price: £ 171.10
Average Fare: £ 620.00
Savings: £ 448.90
Airline: Iberia Airlines
Date: 11.10.2018 to 9.11.2018
- The terrain here is mostly mountainous and volcanic in origin, with the coastline featuring many beautiful sandy beaches.
- Martiniquais enjoy a tropical climate with a dry season from December until May and little temperature variation throughout the year.
- Martiniquais enjoy a yearly 4-day carnival which ends on the first day of Lent. As you might expect, the carnival includes live music and beautiful, brightly colored costumes.
- Martinique boasts a wide range of wildlife, including manatees, bats, snakes, the Volcano Frog (which happens to be endemic to Martinique), around 200 species of bird and around 225 species of reef fish!
- The capital is Fort-de-France; it covers an area of 17 square miles (44 square kilometers) and had a population of 90,347 in 2006.