Holiday Factory’s spring flight deals from Dubai are now live

All-inclusive trips to Azerbaijan, Georgia and more

Holiday Factory’s spring flight deals from Dubai are now live

Sure, Dubai may not really experience Spring, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy spring break. Especially when Holiday Factory has launched its timely flight deals.

The Dubai tour operator has launched a load of all-inclusive vacation deals to popular countries in Europe and Asia, including to Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia.

Prices have been slashed for spring break, starting at Dhs2,099 that includes flights hotel stays, transfers, tour guides and travel insurance.

Look at the list below and check out where you’ll be planning to holiday next.

Better yet, the super sale deals at Holiday Factory are still going on, with new deals every day (some deals are even more affordable than the ones below). Check them out right here.

Armenia, Yerevan
There are plenty of exciting and delicious things to try in Armenia that are aching to be explored. From stunning scenery at Yerevan – including its archways found along many streets – to its century-old balconies, there’s plenty to explore.
From Dhs2,099

Baku, Azerbaijan
Well-known for its medieval walled old city, which hosts the Palace of the Shirvanshahs and stone Maiden Tower, Baku is the capital of Azerbaijan located on the shores of the Caspian Sea. It has a lively night scene and love of food, making it a big tourist hot spot.
From Dhs2,199,

Georgia, Tbilisi
It’s home to Caucasus Mountain villages, Black Sea beaches to float around in and Vardzia, a cave monastery dating back to the 12th century. Never explored any of these? Then Georgia should be your destination of choice. That’s not all, as Holiday Factory also has a snow package for the country, to skiing resort Bakuriani in the Borjomi district.
From Dhs2,099,

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