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Sharaf Travel launches Selection of Eid Break Packages

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Wednesday, 22 August 2007

Sharaf Travel has launched a selection of Eid breaks to suit varied budgets and tastes, from island escapes to big cities and heritage sites. This year Eid celebrations, which directly follow the Holy Month of Ramadan, are expected to fall in mid October.

Mauritius AED 4,020 per person: Package includes return economy class airfares with Air Mauritius, 3 nights accommodation in a 4 star hotel, daily breakfast, return airport transfers in Mauritius and one full day tour.

Bangkok AED 1,897 per person: The land of smiles, great cuisine and amazing shopping. Package includes return economy class airfares with Qatar Airways, 3 nights accommodation in a 4 star hotel, daily breakfast and return airport transfers in Bangkok.

Limassol, Cyprus AED 2,719 per person: Package includes return economy class airfares with Cyprus Airways, 3 nights accommodation at a 4 star hotel in Limassol, daily breakfast and return airport transfers in Cyprus.

Jordan AED 2,869 per person: Package includes return economy class airfares to Amman with Royal Jordanian, 2 nights accommodation in Amman, 1 night accommodation in Petra, daily breakfast and return airport transfers in Jordan. The price also includes a city tour of Amman (including Mt Nebo), a city tour of Petra (including horse-riding) and a Jeep safari tour of Wadi Rum.

All of the above Eid packages are subject to availability and prices exclude tax. Rates are valid until 31 October 2007.

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