Emirates Holidays launched its 2003/4 selection with a new 556-page brochure. Tailored to the needs of the GCC holidaymaker, its new range features new Japan holidays based on award winning Emirates' Osaka service, as well as stays in Shanghai, Seychelles, Luxor, Belgium, Austria, Malta, Philippines and many more countries around the world.
With so wide a choice, Emirates Holidays is again running its popular World of Choice holiday fair, this time at Dubai's Grand Hyatt Hotel.
Holidays 'as individual as you are' - this is the theme running through the new crop of vacations from Emirates Holidays, and featured in its new brochure.
Honeymooners planning a dream trip can weigh the options with new easy-to-use pages featuring havens in Mauritius, Maldives, South Africa, Thailand, Malaysia, France and Italy - hand-picked to offer the most romantic settings to get those first days off to a perfect start.
Safari-seekers hunting the electric thrill of watching wild animals roam free through spectacular scenery now have their own special section highlighting their options. South African options include single and combined safaris on private reserves, or self-catering camps with escorted drives.
On combined Tanzania/Kenya trips to two or more national parks, clients stay in lodges or tented camps, and view game from microbuses or 4x4s.
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