Holiday destinations in East Africa provide an excellent option for Middle Eastern travellers seeking a short break destination,” said Nathan Adams, product development manager, Dnata Holidays.
“In 2007 demand for holidays was driven by customers looking for one main long haul holiday and four short breaks per year. A short break is a trip of three to five days with a flight time of less than four hours, so East Africa fits perfectly into this category.”
Dnata customers were opting for short breaks to the Maldives, Seychelles, Mauritius, Jordan, Oman and Cyprus in particular.
The company presently offers a three night stay plus an additional night free at the Labriz Silhouette in the Seychelles. The offer starts from Dh7,285 per person and includes accommodation and breakfast in a garden villa, return economy class flights, return airport transfers
And is valid from May 1 to July 15 and September 1 to 30 2008.
Their Mauritius package at Heritage Resort & Spa includes a three night stay plus an additional night free, costing from Dh6,850 per person. Included is accommodation in a deluxe room on a half board basis, return economy class flights and return airport transfers. The package is valid from April 1 until August 31, 2008.
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