Deals Of The Week: From Madeira to India
Sunday 18 February 2007
Depart on 26 February for seven nights in Madeira with Atlantic Holidays (01452 381 888; atlanticholidays.net). The price includes return flights from Gatwick, transfers and b&b at the Pestana Atalaia Aparthotel.
Until 28 February, spend three nights at the Casa de Medina, a guesthouse near Jerez, with Simpson Travel (0845 811 6503; simpsontravel.com/spain). The price includes return flights, car hire and b&b.
Book by 18 March and get 14 nights at Walt Disney World in Florida with Virgin Holidays (0871 222 1203; virginholidays.com). The price, valid for departures between 15 August and 15 September, includes return flights, transfers and room-only. Child prices (under 17s) from £249.
Get seven nights for the price of five at the new Discovery at Marigot Bay in St Lucia with ITC Classics (01244 355 527; itcclassics.co.uk). Valid until 21 April (except Easter), the price includes return flights, transfers and b&b.
Explore India on horseback with Wild Frontiers' (020-7736 3968; wildfrontiers .co.uk) Hills of Marwar Horse Trek in Rajasthan which departs on 24 February. The price includes return flights, full-board accommodation, all horse riding and transfers.
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