The Middle East

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The Middle East - where the continents of Europe and Africa collide, has much to offer the traveller historically and culturally along with guaranteed year round sunshine. 

 

The climate is generally very hot - so the best time to visit is between November and March - when the humidity and temperature are more manageable.

With world class hotels and resorts, beautiful white  beaches and family friendly theme parks - it's the perfect choice for your family. 

 

Welcome to Arabia...

Dubai

Cosmopolitan city meets perfect beaches!

Close enough for a long weekend away, Dubai is a shopaholics paradise. 

 

With its year round sunshine and its high end hotels its the perfect place to spoil yourself on the trip of a lifetime.  Make time for tea at the 7 star Burj al Arab, or maybe barter for a bargain in the souks before relaxing on your sun lounger by the crystal clear waters of the Arabian sea.

Aaaahhhh...

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Abu Dhabi

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Modern and cosmopolitan, Abu Dhabi  has it all.  Full on family entertainment for both the little kids and the big kids at Ferrari World or Warner Brothers Theme Park. 

Head on over to Saadyiat Island for one of the best beaches in the area or take a stroll along the Corniche.

If its culture for you - dont miss a visit to the Sheik Zayed mosque with its gleaming white domes.

Jordan

Made famous by Indiana Jones the ancient Nabataen city of Petra is the not to be missed World Heritage site, approached via a seemingly endless 1.2km 'siq' - narrow crack in the rock, before opening onto the spectacular facade of the Treasury.

 

Give yourself enough time to take it all in - se the sun setting turning the stone to rose gold.

 

Check out the snorkelling in the Gulf of Aqaba, where life under the water is teeming with colour and life.

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Egypt

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The land of the ancient pharaoh welcomes you with oodles of history and modern day luxury.  A great place to combine a luxurious all-inclusive beach holiday with a history lesson. 

 

Visit Luxor for the Valley of the Kings and maybe pop in and see King Tut, or while away your time at one of the Red Sea resorts of Hurghada or Sharm el Sheik, dipping in and out of the warm water whilst you sun yourself and snooze.

For more information about all these fabulous destinations - just give us a call or drop us a line!