|3 April – 29 June||£1795|
|30 June – 15 July||£2250|
|16 July – 5 August||£2595|
|6 August – 23 October||£2395|
|24 October – 6 December||£1795|
|7 December – 13 December||£2250|
|14 December – 23 December||£2595|
|24 December – 6 February||£2250|
|7 February – 21 March||£1795|
|22 March – 2 April||£2250|
All fares start from Heathrow, include taxes & based on UK LA Australia Asia UK
Business***= own beds First****= own cabin (on some flights)
- UK – North or South America -New Zealand – Australia – Bangkok surface Singapore – UK
- UK- Lima surface La Paz – Santiago – New Zealand – Australia (and get internal flights from £40) – South East Asia – UK
- UK – Peru – Chile – New Zealand – Australia – South East Asia – UK
- UK – South Africa – Australia – New Zealand – South America – UK
- UK – Lima – Santiago – Auckland – Australia – Singapore -UK (or vice versa)
- UK – Saigon surface Bangkok – Australia (and get flights within Australia from £40 each and New Zealand for £50) – Fiji – Hawaii – Vancouver – New York – UK
- You can get this ticket in Business and First Class here
- UK – Lima – Santiago – Auckland – Australia (and get flights within Australia from £40 each) – South East Asia stop – UK
- UK – Caribbean stop – New Zealand – Australia – 2 stops in Asia – UK
- UK – Toronto – Vancouver – New Zealand – Australia – South East Asia stop – UK
- UK – Singapore – Hong Kong – Brisbane – Fiji – Sydney – San Francisco – JFK – UK
- UK – Saigon surface Hong Kong – Bangkok surface Singapore Perth surface Melbourne – Auckland – Santiago – Lima – UK
What can you do?
You can start from London, Manchester, Scotland, Manchester, Birmingham or Newcastle. Remember flights and trains from around Europe are cheap to London at the moment – so why not have a couple of days in London before taking off?
It’s the gateway to Southern Africa: Johannesburg is the major hub for both South Africa and the neighbouring countries. Whether you’re aiming for Mozambique, Namibia, Cape Town, Victoria Falls or the Okavango Delta, chances are you’re going to have to come through Jo’Burg’s Oliver Tambo airport.
Also get cheaper internal flights – visit Adelaide, Alice Springs, Brisbane, Broome, Cairns, Canberra, Coffs Harbour, Darwin, Devonport, Gold Coast, Hamilton Island, Hobart, Launceston, Mackay, Melbourne, Newcastle, Perth, Rockhampton, Sydney, Townsville, and Uluru.
Want to know what to do in your first 24 hours in Sydney? Here’s the RTW guide from Shaney Hudson
Get out of the Airport:
The train from Sydney Airport is quick but carried an expensive surcharge- it will cost $15.80AUD to get into the city. A good cheat’s way to exit the airport is to get the (very slow) 400 public bus to Bondi Junction (great if your destination is Bondi Beach or King’s Cross) and connect to a train from there. Taxis carry an $3AUD surcharge and are metered, and costs about $35AUD+ and various companies run shuttles.
Sydney has an expensive and occasionally- unreliable bus and train network. Fares start at around $1.60AUD up. Many bus stops and buses work on a prepay only cards, which you have to buy from a newsagent or mini-mart (sadly, the Oyster card wasn’t adopted here). A weekly “MyMulti” ticket within the ‘Red Zone’, covering bus and rail most of Sydney costs $41AUD for adults.
4. New Zealand
Stop in Auckland, Wellington, Queenstown or Christchurch
5. South America
Fly out of Santiago but into Lima, Buenos Aires, Rio or Sao Paulo – but you have to stay within mileage
Or you can finish from Glasgow, Edinburgh, Manchester or Newcastle
Try the Aviator Game!
We’d like our travelers to try innovative aviator game. It’s a cool idea to enjoy the game when you need to spend some time and earn some cash. We offer to start playing for free using demo:
Good Luck an Have Fun. Please, Gamble Responsibly!