Round the World £649. London to Dubai, Phillipines, Bali, Tokyo, Hawaii, Cali back to London. 24 April-22 May Via Wizzair
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Round the World £649. London to Dubai, Phillipines, Bali, Tokyo, Hawaii, Cali back to London. 24 April-22 May Via Wizzair

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Found 3rd Feb
You will leave from London and arrive at Dubai with stopover in Sofia. Book with Wizzair. 24 April.

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After a few days a direct flight to Phillipines capital Manila where you can use it to explore its stunning southern Islands. Book with Cebu Airlines. 28 April.


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Catch direct flight to Bali. Book with AirAsia. 3 May.


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Make your own way to Jakarta where you will fly to Japan's capital Tokyo. Book with AirAsia. 11 May.


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Make your own way to center of Japan in Osaka. Coach 6hrs /train 2hr.




Leave Osaka to go to Honolulu, Hawaii. Book with AirAsia. 14 May.

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After Hawaii you will fly to San Jose California. Book with Hawaiian Airlines. 17 May.


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Make your own way to Oakland California to catch flight back to London. Book with Norwegian Airlines.22 May.


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Total: £649


Please note that I have created this for those flying with hand luggage only. Small 10kg suitcase type. There are washing machines/launderettes in every corner of the globe. Adding additional luggage will increase the price exponentially.

These are with low cost airlines so forget gaining Air Miles, business class seats, champagne or meals, this is for those looking for a once in a lifetime trip at a rock bottom price.

•It would be more beneficial if you have a good exchange card like Halifax Clarity as some flights are purchased in foreign currencies.
•Some of the dates are a bit short but you can change the dates as you see fit.
•If you are a UK passport holder you will not need VISA for any of the countries in itinerary but for the USA (get £10 ESTA visa waiver).

There will always be moaners in life. Please note I did not create this itinerary for you but those who can have a great chance to see many a destination. Enjoy.
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HOT!
Because you have clearly put a lot of effort in to finding the best prices & that deserves praise.
Nathe6 m ago

This is flights only right? No accomodation?



And there was me thinking it was all inclusive including booze in a 5 star hotel & a personal slave to carry me on their shoulders around everywhere.
Sadly that was just a moment of madness I was having & it's flights only.33195091-JSFrw.jpg
You deserve a medal. 🏅
Nathe16 h, 10 m ago

This is flights only right? No accomodation?


Theres always one to **** on the fire
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Wow! Thanks, this sounds great.
Wow again! If only I could go!
HOT!
Because you have clearly put a lot of effort in to finding the best prices & that deserves praise.
This is flights only right? No accomodation?
You deserve a medal. 🏅
A for effort and decent price!!
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Nathe4 m ago

This is flights only right? No accomodation?



Yeh no accomodation. Dubai on airbnb/hotel be roughly £30 per night . Phillipines be £15 as for Bali. Tokyo £35 per night on Airbnb. Hawaii I am not sure as I have never been before. Cali £35/40 per night. Approximate to what Ive paid before in nice adequate non luxurious 5 star hotels.
Wow great price
Nathe6 m ago

This is flights only right? No accomodation?



And there was me thinking it was all inclusive including booze in a 5 star hotel & a personal slave to carry me on their shoulders around everywhere.
Sadly that was just a moment of madness I was having & it's flights only.33195091-JSFrw.jpg
this looks like an interesting itinerary. One thing to consider when making separate flights with different airlines is that if you are delayed and can't make the next flight, your flight will be cancelled, so its best to space these flights out with no tight connections
Nathe16 h, 10 m ago

This is flights only right? No accomodation?


Theres always one to **** on the fire
Edited by moderator: "potty mouth" 4th Feb
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flipper1183 m ago

this looks like an interesting itinerary. One thing to consider when …this looks like an interesting itinerary. One thing to consider when making separate flights with different airlines is that if you are delayed and can't make the next flight, your flight will be cancelled, so its best to space these flights out with no tight connections



Great point.
flipper1182 m ago

Theres always one to p*** on the fire


SixtyFive5 m ago

And there was me thinking it was all inclusive including booze in a 5 star …And there was me thinking it was all inclusive including booze in a 5 star hotel & a personal slave to carry me on their shoulders around everywhere.Sadly that was just a moment of madness I was having & it's flights only.[Image]



It was only a question.
Nathe1 m ago

It was only a question.


if you expect to be flown around the world and be accommodated for a month for £649, id like to live in your world
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Stunning work; thanks for the effort and thanks for posting @jinkssick
Im assuming this is in First Class and on an All Inclusive basis in each of the 5* resorts included in the £649?
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For those with even more time leave out the Oakland to London, and go from San Jose to Vegas, or LA, then one way to Florida (£45 approx). Stay there a couple of days. Fly up to Connecticut/Boston from Florida (£50 approx) then one way to UK/ireland (£75 approx) with Norwegian Airlines. And a Ryanair down to London. These are not made up prices as I have seen these.
Would love to do this. Should of travelled more when I was younger. Enjoy and stay safe. Hot.
Good effort, but it's not really a deal. Its just a lot of reasonable flights strung together. I doubt there would be many looking for the itinerary on the dates given but it's good food for thought. Haven't voted either way.
Isnt Cali in Columbia?
jinkssick1 m ago

For those with even more time leave out the Oakland to London, and go from …For those with even more time leave out the Oakland to London, and go from San Jose to Vegas, or LA, then one way to Florida (£45 approx). Stay there a couple of days. Fly up to Connecticut/Boston from Florida (£50 approx) then one way to UK/ireland (£75 approx) with Norwegian Airlines. And a Ryanair down to London. These are not made up prices as I have seen these.



Can you be my personal Travel Agent?
Don't touch this airline with a bargepole..

Cramped seating arrangements, no IFE, no free food, major delays, and very old fleet.

They also add heavy extras such as fuel surcharges and convenience fees for booking online, plus booking fee and ticketing fee. All adds up...

Just my tuppence worth.

Ice cold. Sorry.

Kindest regards.
You can get some brilliant prices with airlines like Air Asia for next to nothing, keep an eye out for their sales too. When we needed to fly to Sydney for NYE one year we ended up doing Dublin, Dubai, Bali, Darwin and Sydney and then returning from Melbourne to Milan before the UK when the price of 'normal' flights at Xmas time was well over £800.

As someone else mentioned you need to be careful re missing connections and make sure you have plenty of time to get luggage and recheck in.
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philhib19646 m ago

Isnt Cali in Columbia?



jajaja Cali short for California. But yes you are right it is a city.
firstofficer3 m ago

Don't touch this airline with a bargepole..Cramped seating arrangements, …Don't touch this airline with a bargepole..Cramped seating arrangements, no IFE, no free food, major delays, and very old fleet. They also add heavy extras such as fuel surcharges and convenience fees for booking online, plus booking fee and ticketing fee. All adds up...Just my tuppence worth.Ice cold. Sorry.Kindest regards.


Why airline ? Wizzair ?
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firstofficer5 m ago

Don't touch this airline with a bargepole..Cramped seating arrangements, …Don't touch this airline with a bargepole..Cramped seating arrangements, no IFE, no free food, major delays, and very old fleet. They also add heavy extras such as fuel surcharges and convenience fees for booking online, plus booking fee and ticketing fee. All adds up...Just my tuppence worth.Ice cold. Sorry.Kindest regards.



Thank you for that. I am guessing you are talking about Wizzair? The price quoted above is the FINAL price. from London to Sofia. Sofia to Dubai albeit with no seat selection or luggage.
Hats off.. thanks for sharing...super hot!(highfive)
firstofficer5 m ago

Don't touch this airline with a bargepole..Cramped seating arrangements, …Don't touch this airline with a bargepole..Cramped seating arrangements, no IFE, no free food, major delays, and very old fleet. They also add heavy extras such as fuel surcharges and convenience fees for booking online, plus booking fee and ticketing fee. All adds up...Just my tuppence worth.Ice cold. Sorry.Kindest regards.



I don't think your comment is relevant for all the airlines in this quote. You might want to be more specific in your quote.
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flipper11814 m ago

if you expect to be flown around the world and be accommodated for a month …if you expect to be flown around the world and be accommodated for a month for £649, id like to live in your world



I'm not sure I would want to live in that world ... it would look something like this
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Incredible deal here!
softice5 m ago

Why airline ? Wizzair ?


Yes, its the airline... Wiz
jinkssick5 m ago

Thank you for that. I am guessing you are talking about Wizzair? The price …Thank you for that. I am guessing you are talking about Wizzair? The price quoted above is the FINAL price. from London to Sofia. Sofia to Dubai albeit with no seat selection or luggage.



The other fees are added once you are on the payment page, the credit card fees, plus booking fees etc. They will also add a cost for seat selection.

Also, I don't think its ATOL protected, so extra caution is needed, especially if paying with debit card...
Amazing work, shows how far you can get for not a lot of money these days!!
Make sure to go to Boracay when in Phillipines!!! Really safe and fair few ex pats there.
I have flown with WizzAir Budapest > Dubai on a similar style trip but around Europe. No issues whatsoever, would fly again.

Bare in mind their hand luggage allowance is a little smaller than Easyjet/Ryanair and you have to pay around £7 (2016 price) for the normal hand baggage size. My case was not weighed and never has been, they just ask you to put it in the hold if it is a hard style case nowadays.
Heat for the effort but as per reviews and stories the airline is ****.

But YGWYPF
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super work op
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firstofficer8 m ago

The other fees are added once you are on the payment page, the credit card …The other fees are added once you are on the payment page, the credit card fees, plus booking fees etc. They will also add a cost for seat selection.Also, I don't think its ATOL protected, so extra caution is needed, especially if paying with debit card...


Actually you are mistaken. Here is the final screen showing the final price is £17.99. Online check in, hand luggage, no seat selection, no insurance and no additional fees with cards are abolished in UK since a month or so ago.
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jameswalker95 m ago

I have flown with WizzAir Budapest > Dubai on a similar style trip but …I have flown with WizzAir Budapest > Dubai on a similar style trip but around Europe. No issues whatsoever, would fly again.Bare in mind their hand luggage allowance is a little smaller than Easyjet/Ryanair and you have to pay around £7 (2016 price) for the normal hand baggage size. My case was not weighed and never has been, they just ask you to put it in the hold if it is a hard style case nowadays.



They actually upped their allowance. I think it was a smaller bag before but now allow the normal Ryanair/Easyjet 50x40x23 etc as the above image shows.
jinkssick1 m ago

[Image] Actually you are mistaken. Here is the final screen showing the …[Image] Actually you are mistaken. Here is the final screen showing the final price is £17.99. Online check in, hand luggage, no seat selection, no insurance and no additional fees with cards are abolished in UK since a month or so ago.



Ok, fair enough,,,But please read the following reviews... you are obviously a big fan of this airline..

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Enjoy..

Kindest regards..
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