Travelstart Flight Sale Now On: Save Big TRAVEL BIGGER!

By Sponsored content Time of article published Feb 5, 2018

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More and more people are finding it difficult to afford to spoil themselves once they get to their dream  destinations.
Luckily, Travelstart has embarked on a mission to fix travel in Africa with affordable flights  on leading airlines to top destinations.

This February they’re wiping all your Janu-worries away with a massive online flight sale—Save Big

TRAVEL BIGGER! From 5 – 9 February 2018 you can expect jaw-dropping flight specials to local, regional  or international destinations like London, Mauritius, Dubai, Amsterdam, Windhoek, Harare, Cape Town  and lots more!

Each day they will be releasing new deals so ensure you’re one of the first to know by signing up to the  Travelstart newsletter and following them on social media.

So now that you’re getting cheap flights, what will you do with the extra savings you’ll score at the  Travelstart sale? Here are the leading destinations on sale and top things to do when you get there:


Return flights to London from only R6,499.

London is a fast-paced metropolis which affords you the best of both worlds. Get Instagram-worthy  skyline views from trendy rooftop bars like Aqua Shard, or step into a local pub to sample classic British  meals like fish, chips and mushy peas. Spoil yourself with a shopping spree on Oxford Street, then hop
onto a sightseeing bus to explore the city’s rich architecture and heritage sites like Tower of London and  the Palace of Westminster. Go big or go home, book flights to London now.

London from R6,499 return.


One way domestic flights from only R399.

Get a bigger bang for your buck with a weekend getaway to your favourite local destination. Head to  fast-paced Joburg for a big night out or Cape Town to explore the stunning beaches and maybe splurge  on some fine wines. Get your adrenaline pumping as you zip line across SA’s longest and fastest twin
cables at Adrenalin Addo near P.E. or indulge in a lavish high tea at The Oyster Box in Umhlanga, Durban.

Domestic from R399 one way.


Return flights to Mauritius from only R3,999.

Mauritius is a blissful oasis that needs no introduction, but with extra savings in hand, you can definitely  do it differently. Take a catamaran cruise to Grand Bay and try some exciting sports like water skiing,  sailing, windsurfing and deep sea fishing. After sampling every cocktail on the island, consider beer
tasting and food pairing in a refurbished colonial home in Lambic. Market, museum, botanical garden  and shrine visits are a must. Don’t wait too long, book flights to Mauritius today!

Mauritius from R4,999 return.


Return flights to Dubai from only R5,199.

Dubai is filled with a wealth of activities for all travellers! Shop top brands in the exquisite Mall of Dubai  or rummage through the souqs to find fairly priced gold jewellery and trinkets. Enjoy a relaxed soft drink  or coffee at the Burj Khalifa lookout deck, which towers 148 floors above the ground. The vibrant city
also offers skydiving over the palm islands and desert safari adventures. Travel like a bigshot, book  flights to Dubai now.

Dubai from R5,199 return.


Return flights to Amsterdam from only R4,999.

Amsterdam is overflowing with rich culture and activities. Discover its beauty as you gently sail across  the city on board a canal cruise. Visit the Van Gogh museum, then eat, drink and mingle with the locals  at the Brown Cafés dotted across the city centre. Hire a bike and ride through artsy Jordaan to find
hidden lanes, quaint cottages, chic boutiques and little vintage shops—taste the delicious street food  along the way. Try something new, travel big in Amsterdam—book flights now.

Amsterdam from R4,999 return

For even bigger discounts download Flapp, the Travelstart flight booking app, and keep up with the  flight special fares on-the- go.
Save Big and TRAVEL BIGGER now or miss out forever!
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This article was published in partnership with Travelstart.

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