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JA Palm Tree Court


action-packed Northeastern Family Discovery trip in Canada could add on tickets to a baseball game in Toronto for £110. A full-day Ras Mohammed


snorkelling trip from Sharm el Sheikh to discover under-water wonders with Red Sea Holidays, costs from £102 including equipment and lunch. An upgrade to a Beachfront Junior Suite for a three-night stay at JA Palm Tree Court in Dubai from £144 with Gold Medal, so the kids can step straight from the balcony on to the sand and parents can enjoy the sea view.


l BAND C – SAVING £198 In former Band C destinations – including the Caribbean, Indian Ocean, South Africa and Thailand – the £198 saving could buy: A Sesame Street Character


Breakfast to make a stay at a Beaches resort in the Caribbean even more memorable for the kids. For £144, they’ll spend 45


Kennedy Space Center, Orlando


minutes with Elmo and the gang and receive a colouring mat with crayons, a balloon, finger puppets, sip cup, Sesame Streets dolls and a photograph of the experience. A full-day trip to Phi Phi Island


by speedboat for a family staying with Thomson or First Choice in Phuket, Thailand. For £180, they’ll snorkel and spend time on the island’s picture-perfect beaches, with lunch included.


A whole extra holiday, in the


form of a stopover, in Bangkok. Premier Holidays can offer families flying through the Thai capital three nights in a family room at the Rembrandt Hotel from £198. An extra night’s stay at Coin de


Mire Attitude in Mauritius, from £136 through Gold Medal. With kayaking, tennis and the kids’ club all free for guests, there’ll be plenty to fill the extra 24 hours.


50 • travelweekly.co.uk — 7 May 2015


TOP TIP Start a Virgin Holidays trip off in


style with passes for the V-Room airport lounge, from £77 for a family of four


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