London (UK) to Dar es Salaam (Tanzania) £ 310.98 Return Ticket

London to Dar es salaam Tanzania 310.00

London – UK (LHW) to Dar Es Salaam (DAR) Return Ticket

Price: £ 310.98
Average Fare:  £ 650.00

Savings: £ 339.02

Airline: Airfrance
Date: 21.04.2018 to 05.05.2018

Tanzania Facts

  • Tanzania is a place where nature is at its wildest. It is surrounded by three great lakes of Africa – Lake Victoria, Lake Tanganyika and Lake Malawi. Vast swathes of Savanah grasslands decorate Tanzania’s hinterlands and the real beauty of the country shines through its amazing biodiversity and wildlife.
  • Freddie Mercury, the frontman vocalist, and songwriter of rock band Queen was born in Zanzibar, Tanzania
  • Lake Victoria also happens to be the largest tropical lake and the second largest freshwater lake in the world.
  • The most famous national park of Tanzania is the Serengeti National Park when a million wildebeests cross over to the Masai Mara National Park in Kenya. This migration is so epic, that it is named as one of the seven natural wonders of the world.
  • As a tourism booster, the government has set up hot-air balloons in the Serengeti National Park.

Paris (France) to Guadalupe Island (Caribbean) £ 184.11 Return Ticket

Paris to Guadalupe 181.00

Paris – France (ORY) to Guadalupe Island – French Overseas region (PTP) Return Ticket

Price: £ 181.00
Average Fare:  £ 550.00

Savings: £ 369.00

Airline: Level Airlines
Date: 14.10.2018 to 7.11.2018

Guadalupe Facts

  • Guadeloupe, a French overseas region, is an island group in the southern Caribbean Sea. Resembling a butterfly, its 2 largest islands are separated by the Salée River. Hilly Grande-Terre Island has long beaches and sugarcane fields.
  • The currency used in Guadeloupe is the Euro, because the country is an overseas department of France.
  • Guadeloupe is located in the Caribbean, with Antigua and Barbuda to the north and Dominica to the south.
  • Guadeloupe boasts some of the best diving sites in the world thanks to the crystal clear waters, wonderful coral, stunning wildlife and captivating shipwrecks.
  • There is an active volcano in Guadeloupe called La Soufriere, on the island Basse-Terre.

London (UK) to New Delhi (India) £ 290.71 Return Ticket

London to New Dehli 290.00

London – UK (LHR) to New Delhi – India (DEL) Return Ticket

Price: £ 290.71
Average Fare:  £ 640.00

Savings: £ 349.29

Airline: Alitalia
Date: 1.03.2018 to 22.03.2018

New Delhi Facts

  • Only drink bottled water, unless you’re invited to a local resident’s home where they have their own RO (reverse osmosis) filter system. This also applies to ice because tap water ice cubes can make you sick.
  • The concept of personal space is almost nonexistent, not just in Delhi but all over India. Whether you’re standing in a queue or traveling in the metro, get used to moving shoulder-to-shoulder.
  • Delhi once was a walled city which had 14 gates. Now only 5 gates among the 14 exist in the city. Those heritage gates are Ajmeri Gate, Kashmiri Gate, Lahori Gate, Delhi Gate and Turkman Gate.
  • Khari Baoli Market in New Delhi is the largest spice market in Asia. If you want to some click some colorful images of spices then this is the ideal place for you.
  • Delhi Ridge, a forested region is home to a number of birds. Thus, making New Delhi the second most bird-rich capital city in the world after Nairobi in Kenya. 

London (UK) to Marsa Alam (Egypt) £ 140.00 Return Ticket

London to Egypt 140.00

London – UK (LGW) to  Marsam Alam – Egypt (RMF) Return Ticket

Price: £ 140.00
Average Fare:  £ 420.00

Savings: £ 280.00 

Airline: TUI
Date:  31.01.2018 to 07.02.2018

Egypt Facts

  • As of July 2011, the population of Egypt was 82,079,663, making it the 15th most populated country in the world. Approximately 99% of the population lives on about 5.5% of the land.
  • On average, only an inch of rain falls in Egypt per year.
  • The Sahara Desert at one time was lush grassland and savannah. Overgrazing and/or climate change in 8000 B.C. began to change the area from pastoral land to desert. Now it is the world’s largest hot desert at over 3,630,000 square miles—roughly the size of the United States. Antarctica is considered the largest desert (of any type) in the world.
  • Frequently referred to as the world’s largest open-air museum, the city of Luxor is built upon the site of the ancient capital of Thebes. It is home to two of Egypt’s most impressive temple complexes – Karnak and Luxor. On the opposite bank of the Nile lies the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Queens, where the ancient royals are buried. Most famously, the necropolis includes the tomb of Tutankhamun. 
  • Chaotic, colorful Cairo is the capital of Egypt and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is full of cultural landmarks, from the Hanging Church (one of the oldest places of Christian worship in Egypt) to Al-Azhar Mosque (the second-oldest continuously run university in the world). The Egyptian Museum houses over 120,000 artifacts, including mummies, sarcophagi and the treasures of Tutankhamun.


Note:  The Government of UK advice against the travel in some areas in Egypt (hotspots for terrorism). But the main resorts still relatively safe to visit.

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Milan (Italy) to Toronto (Canada) £ 307.64 Return Ticket

Milan to Toronto 307.64

Milan – Italy (MXP) to Toronto (YYZ) Return Ticket

Price: £ 307.64
Average Fare:  £ 650.00

Savings: £ 342.36

Airline:  KLM and Airfrance
Date: 12.04.2018 to 02.05.2018

Toronto Facts

  • Over 30% of Toronto residents speak a language other than English and French. Just ride the subways and that fact will hit home. Dual language street signs can be found in Little Italy, Little Portugal and Chinatown.
  • It may be a 90-minute drive from Toronto, but Niagara Falls is well worth the trip. Watching close to 750,000 gallons of water a second hurtle down the curved cliffs is sure to impress. 
  • It’s impossible to visit Toronto without seeing the CN Tower, mainly because at 553.33 meters high (1,815.4 feet) it dominates the landscape. Once the world’s tallest tower, it’s still impressive.
  • Toronto is full of museums, like the Royal Ontario Museum, which houses a massive collection of cultural and historical items, as well as rotating exhibitions
  • The longest street in the world, Yonge Street, starts in downtown Toronto and stretches north for 1,896 kilometresToronto’s Casa Loma is the only truly authentic castle in North America.

London (UK) to Eilat (Israel) £ 53.00 Return Ticket

London to Eilat 53.00

London – UK (STN) to Eilat (VDA) Return Ticket

Price: £ 53.00
Average Fare:  £ 280.00

Savings: £ 227.00

Airline: Ryanair
Date: 5.02.2018 to 12.02.2018

Israel Facts

  • Israel has the highest standard of living in the Middle East.
  •  The Highway No. 90 that stretches alongside the Dead Sea is the longest in Israel, and the lowest highway in the world, located 393 metres below sea level.
  • One of the world’s oldest resorts, located by the Dead Sea, was frequented even by the Egyptian queen Cleopatra. 
  • The Sea of Galilee — located 212 m below sea level — is the lowest freshwater lake in the world (and the largest in Israel).
  • People can easily float in the Dead Sea due to its unusually high salt concentration. It’s almost impossible to dive into it.

London (UK) to Barcelona (Spain) £ 25.48 Return Ticket

London to Barcelona 25.48

London – UK (STN) to Barcelona (BCN) Return Ticket

Price: £ 25.48
Average Fare:  £ 120.00

Savings: £ 94.52

Airline: Ryanair
Date: 10.04.2018 to 17.04.2018

Barcelona Facts

  • Each year, 8 million tourists visit Barcelona, making it Europe’s third most-visited city after London and Paris.
  • Barcelona has 9 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Seven of them were created by Gaudi: Park Güell, Palau Güell, Casa Milà, Casa Vicens, La Sagrada Família, Casa Batlló and Crypt of the Church at Colonia Guell
  • With its key location on the Mediterranean Sea, the Port of Barcelona is Europe’s largest cruise port, with approximately 3.6 million cruisers passing through the port each year.
  • Barcelona has a Mediterranean climate with mild, humid winters and warm, dry summers. Winter temperatures range from 39 to 63 °F, compared to summertime temperatures between73 to 90 °F. Frosts and snow are rare.
  • Both Catalan and Spanish are official languages in Barcelona. While Spanish is spoken more frequently, Catalan is understood by 95 percent of Barcelona residents.

London (UK) to Stockholm (Sweden) £ 15.46 Return Ticket

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London – UK (STN) to Stockholm (NYO) Return Ticket

Price: £ 15.46
Average Fare:  £ 110.00

Savings: £ 94.54

Airline: Ryanair
Date: 7.02.2018 to 13.02.2018

Stockholm Facts 

  • The city’s subway is also known as the world’s longest art gallery, with the majority of its stations being adorned with paintings, sculptures and mosaics.
  • Stockholm is the second most visited city in the Nordic countries.
  • Stockholm Globe Arena is currently the largest hemispherical building in the world.
  • Stockholm’s oldest remaining building – the Riddarholmskyrkan – is used as the final resting place of Swedish monarchs. It was built in 1270.
  • The Swedish capital is situated on 14 islands, connected by 57 bridges. Therefore, no matter where you happen to find yourself, water will be close by. Stockholm has 96 beaches.

Milan (Italy) to Mahe Island (Seychelles) £ 331.23 Return Ticket

Milan to Seychelles 331.23

Milan – Italy (MXP) to  Mahe Island – Seychelles (SEZ) Return Ticket

Price: £ 331.23
Average Fare:  £ 730.00

Savings: £ 398.77

Airline: Turkish Airlines
Date: 23.10.2018 to 31.10.2018

Seychelles Facts

  • Seychelles is an archipelago of more than 155 islands.
  • Victoria, the capital of Seychelles, is the smallest in the world and can be easily explored on foot in less than a day.
  • Bird Island is home to the heaviest land tortoise living in the wild, Esmeralda, who tips the scales at 670 pounds.
  • Seychelles is the right place to visit if you want to see unique endemic species. These include the paradise flycatcher, the warbler, the jellyfish tree, and the female Coco de Mer, which is the world’s heaviest nut.
  • Almost half of the limited landmass in the country is occupied by national parks and reserves. This is in support of the government’s various environment and ecosystems protection and conservation policies.


London (UK) to Reykjavik (Iceland) £ 40.98 Return Ticket

London to Reykjavik 40.98

London – UK (LTN) to Reykjavik – Iceland (KEF) Return Ticket

Price: £ 40.98
Average Fare:  £ 160.00

Savings: £ 119.02

Airline: Wizz
Date: 11.05.2018 to 25.05.2018


Regular volcanic eruptions have hewn dramatic landscapes across Iceland’s islands, and the natural scenery is unparalleled around the world. This forbidding and the mostly barren land was first settled by the hardy Norse and their legacy is intertwined with nearly all Icelandic life.Although the coastal edges of Iceland have been claimed for towns and villages, the centre remains uninhabitable, and its spectacular alien vistas remain a strong draw for artists and tourists alike.The influence of the island’s underlying molten magma is never far from sight, with hot springs, geysers and boiling mud pools all to be explored. The volcanic heat is directly contrasted by Iceland’s snowy climate, though northerly temperatures are tempered by warm air from the Atlantic’s Gulf Stream, meaning that it is never uncomfortably cold.One of the biggest natural draws for visitors is the spectacular Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights. Often visible from October to March, nature’s famous light show spreads a dazzling cape of colour across the night sky. The aurora is caused by particles colliding high in the Earth’s atmosphere, but all thoughts of science are quickly forgotten when you first set eyes on the real thing. Icelanders have harnessed the power of the volcanoes in many innovative ways, from heating to cooking. One of the best ways visitors can experience this is by taking a dip in one of the many naturally heated outdoor pools scattered around the island. Iceland’s geography is reflected in its people – quiet and brooding by day, they have a fiery, excitable heart hidden just below the surface, ready to erupt at any moment. Norse legends permeate Icelandic culture, particularly the Íslendingasögur, or Sagas of Icelanders, which tell of early inhabitants of the island with stories featuring adventure, murder and even ogres. This sense of the magic has never truly left Iceland, and many of its inhabitants will still insist they believe in the existence of mythical creatures such as elves. The country’s capital Reykjavík is where modernity meets the past; known as the nightlife capital of the north, due to its wide range of pubs and bars which often stay open well into the next day, the city is a melting pot of artistic culture. Recently Iceland has spawned internationally successful musicians such as Björk and Sigur Rós, and a thriving music scene means there is certainly more to come. Iceland is a unique and exciting country, with a vibrant nightlife and magical landscapes which have waited thousands of years for you to explore.