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magical travel, Reading, UK

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magical travel, Reading, UK

Has anyone used "Holidays and Adventures with Magical Travel" as a tour operator, can't find any reviews on them.

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1. Re: magical travel, Reading, UK

Also interested if anyone has any experience??

dublin
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2. Re: magical travel, Reading, UK

Me too ! Am looking at their SouthAfrican tour for Jan next

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3. Re: magical travel, Reading, UK

Seemed too cheap when compared with most other Companies ...and as I couldn't get any feedback on here or in other forums I've regretfully given them up.

dublin
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4. Re: magical travel, Reading, UK

Am inclined to agree ...who are you lookng at now ? Saw Riveria Travel package . ( Its on the Telegraph and Sunday Times )

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5. Re: magical travel, Reading, UK

For the dates we were after Riviera had no availability. I've been looking at Page & Moy ,which I found out today ,is part of Travelsphere.

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6. Re: magical travel, Reading, UK

Meant to say both The Telegraph and the Times websites feature a similar tour organised by Riveria Travel .

Triadvisor have reviewed and it looks good to me £2199 for 13 nights.Would be interested in your thoughts

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Edited: 19 August 2010, 19:35
dublin
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7. Re: magical travel, Reading, UK

Did not know of Page and Moy ,,,there programme looks good too. Will prbablly go for the Riveria one and add a few days in CapeTown .

Also checked Kuoni and Virgin ...ooch pricewise !

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8. Re: magical travel, Reading, UK

Why not planning your trip by yourself as hundreds of thousands do?

It may work out cheaper and will definitely at the end be what you want!

South Africa is a country which can be travelled and best experienced easily by self planning. It also builds excitement. IMHO

Klaus

-Owner Abangane Guest Lodge-

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9. Re: magical travel, Reading, UK

£2,199.00 equals R25,000.00, app. R1,900.00 per day (13 days)

What does that include? I assume the flights are in, not?

If the flights are included it leaves you (based on R8,000.00 pp for flight) with app. R1,300.00 per person per day excluding flights.

This would be a luxury holiday which one EASILY can plan MUCH cheaper alone.

Klaus

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10. Re: magical travel, Reading, UK

Flights are in plus transport hotels guides etc .Would not contemplate doing this on my own .Would get lost in Jborg before I even start!

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