BAHRAIN International Travel (BIT) is offering a range of exciting summer getaways this season.
Top of its list are short breaks to the mystical kingdom of Nepal, starting from BD198 for three nights in Kathmandu.
For BD780, travellers can avail of a Business Class return trip to London Paris or Frankfurt on Gulf Air. Economy Class passengers can fly to Karachi for BD138 and to Damascus for BD99. A Business class return fare to destinations in the Far East – Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur or Malaysia – is available from BD340.
Also on offer from BIT is a package with Emirates airlines that gives travellers flying First or Business Class to Europe, the Far East, Australia or New Zealand three destinations for the price of one. The offer includes a complimentary hotel stay in Dubai, a Dune Dinner Safari or Dhow Dinner Cruise and a 98-hour visa in Dubai.
Those wishing to explore the mysteries of China can fly return Economy Class to Shanghai or Beijing with Cathay Pacific for BD254 and BD354 respectively. All travel is via Hong Kong and tours in China can be tailormade to customer needs.
In a switch of sorts, BIT is offering those staying in the Kingdom the chance to fly in their friends and family from London to Bahrain at BD199 return. BIT is also offering KLM economy excursion trips to London from BD373 including eight days car hire free. (All prices are exclusive of taxes.)
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