Dnata Holidays announces Eid offers
Dubai, August 31, 2009
Dnata Holidays is celebrating its 50 years of service by offering customers some attractive half price deals this Eid Al Fitr.
The offer gives a chance to save up to 50 per cent at a wide range of hotels and resorts in some of the world’s most luxurious destinations.
“At Dnata Holidays, we understand that now more than ever, people are looking for real value for money and to book their travel with a name they know and trust,' stated Nathan Adams, manager, Dnata Holidays.
“This year, we have a selection of hotels to suit every budget in some of the world’s most special holiday destinations. These can be combined with our wide choice of airlines, which ensures our clients value for money, wider availability on flights and, of course, an exceptional holiday experience from beginning to end.'
The special deals are available on 13 destinations, including Indonesia, East Africa, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Jordan, Oman, Malaysia, Thailand, Turkey, Egypt, the Maldives, Mauritius and the Seychelles, with prices starting from Dh2,340 per person for three nights at the 5-star Sofitel El Gezirah, Cairo. This offer includes breakfast and all taxes and service charges.
For the first time, Dnata is also offering a selection of all-inclusive breaks which includes flights, return seaplane transfers, all daily meals, drinks and activities.-TradeArabia News Service
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