JGOOT subscribers share travel stories from Detroit and South Africa!
* This is a “fare dump” with a few alternate dates available.
Economy fares as low as: $45 round-trip. (Normal price: $320.00)
Business fares as low as: $530 round-trip.
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- Flight + basic hotel: From $132. (Normal price: $515.00)
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- Flight plus 4 & 5 star hotels: From $259
Click here for 4-star hotels & up.
- I am not a travel agent and I do not book trips for subscribers.
- I am a travel blogger simply sharing information.
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- All flight plus lodging package prices are per-person & assume double occupancy. Single travelers can adjust their search once on Kayak and can expect to pay 5% to 30% more for packages. 3 or 4 travelers sharing a room can adjust search accordingly on Kayak and can expect to spend 5% to 40% less per person.
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