• 25 Apr 2018, 17:15
  • Jacob

3 in 1: London to Addu Atoll (southern extreme of Maldives), Mumbai and Istanbul in one trip for £443!

Amazing adventure!

We’ve put together a nice 3 in 1 trip for you! Mumbai, Addu Atoll and Istanbul in one trip from London for only £443!

Fancy spending holidays on exotic island in the middle of blue ocean? Planning a honeymoon? Visit Maldives – sunny all year long, with waves like nowhere else and underwater beauty like paradise! It’s one of the most desirable destinations for honeymooners worldwide. The crystal clear water and shallow lagoons of the archipelago are perfect for snorkelling. There are also hundreds of dive sites in the Maldives. Explore shipwrecks, underwater caves and caverns. The archipelago is a perfect destination to enjoy an adventure-filled family holiday or romantic getaway for two. Do not hesitate to book a trip to paradise!

To find out more about Maldives click Destination Fly4free:The Maldives>>

Enjoy the diversity of Indian cultures, religion, and the fascinating landscapes of the outstanding Himalaya Mountains. Visit some tea plantations, go for mountain trekking or just travel from town to town to penetrate deeply into exotic Indian reality!

Travel dates:
September – November 2018

London – Istanbul Oct 11
Istanbul – Mumbai Oct 13
Mumbai – Addu City Oct 15
Addu City – Mumbai Oct 22
Mumbai – London Oct 23

How to book:
Follow the links below.

Baggage during the trip:
One cabin bag and one piece of checked in baggage per passenger.

Sample reservations:
London – Istanbul – Mumbai – London >>>

Mumbai – Addu City – Mumbai >>>


In Addu Atoll we recommend you staying at excellent 3* Wave Sound By 3s Maldives .

Airport Transfers:
Take advantage of cheap transfers on Rideways.com>>>

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