Discover new worlds with Emirates Holidays this Eid Al Adha. Enjoy the historic and picturesque cities of Europe or bask in the breathtaking views of Table Mountain, Cape Town; lose yourself on the sandy, white beaches of Sri Lanka or take a hot air balloon ride over the majestic Masai Mara. Whatever you do this Eid, make sure it's extraordinary; travel with Emirates Holidays and take advantage of complimentary nights in your dream destinations.
Asia - Luxury Stays
Sheer Luxury in the Golden Triangle, India
Be awed by the splendour of Taj Mahal at the luxurious Oberoi Amarvilas. Built in a style inspired by Moorish and Mughal architecture, the hotel is designed to provide breathtaking views of the Taj Mahal from all guest rooms and suites, as well as the lobby and bar. Located only 600 metres from the famed monument, guests will receive a complimentary upgrade from Premiere Room to Premiere Room with balcony.
Packages start from AED 9,070 and include return Economy Class tickets, three nights' accommodation with American breakfast, private car transfer Delhi/hotel/Delhi, room tax and service charges. The prices are per person on twin-sharing basis and exclude airport departure taxes.
Valid from 4th - 20th November 2011
A Fortress of Luxury on the Beaches of Sri Lanka
Guests can stay for four nights for the price of three, inclusive of breakfast at the idyllic Fortress Hotel, near Galle. Situated on the golden sands of a secluded beach The Fortress forges historic Dutch and Portuguese style with Sri Lankan motifs and naturally modern design, amid beautiful gardens. The area is steeped in rich history, with the neighbouring Galle's Dutch colonial ancestry and lively port offering much more than a beachside getaway.
Packages start from AED 4,210 and include return Economy Class tickets, return airport transfers in a private car, room tax and service charges. The prices are per person on twin-sharing basis and exclude airport departure taxes.
Valid from 4th - 20th November 2011
Europe - History & Culture
Cultural Delights Amid the Turrets & Towers of Prague
Guests can stay three nights for the price of two, inclusive of breakfast, at the InterContinental Praha, Prague. Ideal for a short city break, the hotel is ideally located in the heart of the historical city centre, with stunning views over the Vltava River. The hotel's rooftop restaurant provides the ultimate in romantic dining with spectacular views of the vivid turrets and towers of Prague's skyline, while the city offers an abundance of cultural attractions including theatrical and musical performances, museums and art galleries.
Packages start from AED 4,114 and include return Economy Class tickets, return airport transfers in a private car, room tax and service charges. The prices are per person on twin-sharing basis and exclude airport departure taxes.
Valid from 27th October 2011 - 30th November 2011
Celebrating City Life in Madrid
Guests can stay four nights for the price of three, inclusive of breakfast, in the 18th Century palace-inspired InterContinental Madrid. Located on the city's most celebrated and bustling thoroughfare, the hotel is within easy walking distance of the elegant Serrano shopping street and Royal Palace of Madrid in the heart of the Golden Triangle of three world famous museums: Prado Museum, Museo Nacional Central de Arte Reina Sofia and the Thyssen Bornemisza Museum.
Packages start from AED 8,442 and include return Economy Class tickets, return airport transfers in a private car, room tax and service charges. The prices are per person on twin-sharing basis and exclude airport departure taxes.
Valid from 1st October - 31st December 2011
A Canal-Side Retreat in Amsterdam
Guests can stay four nights for the price of three in the canal side retreat of Sofitel Amsterdam The Grand. Nestled in between two quiet canals in the heart of the city, the hotel has retained every inch of its 15th century architectural heritage on the outside but on the inside it has been renovated into a surprising modern and sleek 5 star hotel. Built around a 17th century canal ring of over 100kms in length, the capital of the Netherlands is often referred to as 'The Venice of the North'.
Packages from start AED 8,213 and include return Economy Class tickets, return airport transfers in a private car, room tax and service charges. The prices are per person on twin-sharing basis and exclude airport departure taxes.
Valid from 1st November - 27th December 2011
Africa - The Great Outdoors
Big Cat Territory in Kenya's Masai Mara
Guests can stay one night at Fairmont Norfolk Nairobi and three nights in Fairmont Mara Safari Club. Set in the heart of Africa's Great Plains, the Masai Mara boasts 1672 sq kms of unspoilt wilderness. This tour puts you in the heart of the big cat territory with rolling grassland providing plentiful options for viewing a variety of game. Opt for a hot-air balloon excursion for a truly spectacular view over this magnificent landscape.
Packages start from AED 8,942 and include return Economy Class tickets, Meet and Assist Service at Jomo Kenyatta Airport (Nairobi), transfer in a private car to Fairmont Norfolk Nairobi, transfer to Wilson Airport, Safari link flight from Wilson to Masai Mara, buffet breakfast, lunch, dinner and Game Drives at Fairmont Mara Safari Club and return flight from Masai Mara to Wilson and transfer to international airport for departure. The prices are per person on twin-sharing basis and exclude airport departure taxes.
Valid from 1st - 12th November 2011
Waterfront and Mountainside in Cape Town, South Africa
Guests can stay four nights for the price of three at the Waterfront Village in Cape Town. This village of apartments is an intimate and secluded spot in the middle of Cape Town's most reputable area, the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. The apartments are perfectly located to take in the lively atmosphere of the 1654 working port that still lives on today at the foot of the dramatic Table Mountain. Guests can also take on the adrenaline rush of speed boat rides and deep sea game fishing or simply while away the days strolling the boardwalk and visiting museums, market and restaurants that line the coast.
Packages start from AED 6,810 and include Economy Class tickets, Meet & Assist at Cape Town International Airport, return airport transfers in standard coach, room tax and service charges. The prices are per person on twin-sharing basis and exclude airport departure taxes.
Valid from 1st - 30th November 2011
Skywards members will receive up to 20 per cent bonus miles when they book these packages. They can also redeem their miles for Skywards Gift Vouchers, which can be used towards payment of exclusive packages from Emirates Holidays. Terms and conditions apply.
For more information on the above offers and for bookings please contact Emirates Holidays on 800 5252 or visit the Emirates Holidays website.
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