FOR AS LITTLE AS

pounds 4

you can travel as a foot passenger between Dover and Calais this August and take advantage of the strong pound. Call Stena Line on 01233 622558 for details

pounds 60

you can apply for a Working Holiday Visa in New Zealand. Sadly the price does not include flights. Call the New Zealand High Commission on 0171 930 8422

pounds 165

per person, you can enjoy a three-night break at the Pale Hall Country House near Bala in North Wales. The price, based on two sharing, includes B&B and a Cadw "explorer pass", allowing access to some of the region's finest castles and historic attractions. Call Sunvil UK on 0181 232 9788.

pounds 265

on 26 September sporty singles over 50 years old can cycle around Rutland. There are two routes of 27 and 17 miles respectively. The price includes three nights B&B, dancing in the evening and bicycle hire. Call Solo's Holidays on 0181 951 2800

pounds 329

you can enjoy a week in Limassol during the Cyprus Wine Festival (27 August - 7 September). The price, based on four people sharing an apartment, includes flights and transfers. Call Argo Holidays on 0171 331 7070

25

per person, you can spend seven nights in a four star hotel in Kalkan, Turkey. This price, based on two sharing, includes flights and B&B accommodation, and is available late August. Call Accommodation Overseas on 0181 9772984

86

plus pounds 13 tax you can enjoy Hong Kong's excellent autumn weather and see how the old colony is shaping up, by flying out there on Gulf Air, via Bahrain. Call Airline Network on 0800 727747

pounds 595

you can take a riding holiday in the Sierra Nevada, exploring the real Spain. Price is based on two people sharing rooms in village hotels, with departures available from August to November. For further details call In The Saddle, 01256 851655

pounds 795

you can enjoy a 14-day trip in eastern Iceland this August. The itinerary includes nine days walking with three days backpacking and a boat ride on Jokulsarlon glacial lagoon. Accommodation is in hostels and huts along the way. For further details call Exodus on 0181 675 5550

pounds 1490

you can spend six days on a natural history horseback safari through Malawi. This ornithological and botanical spectacular is open to novice and expert horse-riders. Includes flights to Lilongwe. Call Wildlife Worldwide: 0181 6679158

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