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Discounted holidays from SAGA

Here are the latest offers from over-50s holiday specialist SAGA:

Australian Adventure – SAVE £600 now £4,799 from £5,399
This once-in-a-lifetime holiday features the highlights of Australia including Uluru, the Great Barrier Reef and Sydney Opera House. Tours of Perth and Melbourne are also on the itinerary, which includes all breakfasts, two lunches and five dinners.
This 19-night holiday (inc. 2 nights travelling) departs on May 11 with a choice of regional departures.

Malta: Heart of the Mediterranean – SAVE £300 now £999 from £1,299
Explore thisMediterranean island, from Sliema, to Tarxien and Ghar Dalam, Valetta and Gozo. The half-board 10-night touring holiday reveals 5,000-year-old Neolithic temples, dramatic natural wonders, the architectural splendours of the Knights of St John and heroic tales from World War II. It departs on March 19 with a choice of regional departures.



Puerto Aventuras Resort and Spa, Mexico – SAVE £750 now £1,999 from £2,749 

Discover the Yucatan Peninsula’s ancient Mayan ruins and beautiful shores from Puerto Aventuras, an all-inclusive resort that overlooks a private bay beside the Caribbean Sea – and it’s great for scuba diving, says SAGA.
This 15-night holidays (inc. 1 night travelling) departs on September 14 from London Gatwick. Return Premium Economy upgrades cost from £239pp with British Airways.

Prices include flights, VIP door-to-door travel service, accommodation, meals as stated, porterage, tour manager or SAGA  Host, optional travel insurance and additional cancellation rights, or a discount if you have your own insurance, which you might be able to buy cheaper elsewhere, but you should check that it’s equally comprehensive.

Prices quoted were correct on January 22, 2020.  All tour offers have limited availability. Terms and conditions apply.

Linsey McNeill

A journalist and travel writer of 35 years' standing, a once-a-week yogi, terrible skier and out-of-order mum to 2 teens. Previously Editor of, bylines also include The Telegraph, The Times, The Observer, the London Evening Standard, Which? and The South China Morning Post.

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