Good to go: Marrakech, Grand Canyon, Ibiza
Wednesday 08 June 2011
Kuoni summer sale
Still weighing up summer options? Kuoni has just launched its Summer Sale, which lasts until 15 July. Offers range from city breaks to Marrakech, where three nights in a the Riad Sharma hotel (pictured) starts from £299 per person, including return flights on 5, 12, 19 August from Heathrow and transfers; to the eight-day "Taj Tour" to Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, which costs £999 per person with flights departing 10 September. www.kuoni.co.uk/sale
On the road again
Nothing compares to admiring Arizona's epic Grand Canyon up close. Bon Voyage is offering a fly-drive holiday around the Grand Canyon rim for £995 per person, which includes return United Airlines flights from Gatwick departing 5 July, car hire and accommodation for seven nights on a room-only basis. Take in the red rock formations at Sedona as you carve through the dramatic landscape. www.bon-voyage.co.uk
Ibiza for less
Regular visitors to Ibiza will know that hedonism on the White Isle comes at a price. However, good-value packages exist: easyJet Holidays will take you to the heart of the action with a five-night stay in a self-catering studio at Xaloc Apartments (pictured) in San Antonio Bay for £162. Though the accommodation is basic, the price includes return flights from Stansted on 26 June. holidays.easyjet.com
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