Thomas Cook Flash Sale - London Gatwick to Cape Town Direct Return Flights -  £399.99 - Jan 18 dates
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Thomas Cook Flash Sale - London Gatwick to Cape Town Direct Return Flights - £399.99 - Jan 18 dates

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Edited by:"Chanchi32"Found 2nd Nov
Thomas Cook have gone live with a flash sale for direct return flights to Cape Town which works out at £399.99 return based on Jan 18 dates, flying out of Gatwick. Looks a good price if you fancied getting away. Limited availability and need to book by tomorrow.

Few things to note:

  • Flights are direct
  • 6kg hand baggage included
  • 20kg baggage per person included
  • In flight meal included
  • Seat selection is additional

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Lots to do - always fancied doing a trip to the highest bungee jump in the world


Flash sale is also on Goa flights for November to Jan travel dates - flying from Manchester, limited availablity from Gatwick.

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Besford14 m ago

I'd love to safari in SA but a friend who lived there for 30+ years has …I'd love to safari in SA but a friend who lived there for 30+ years has just moved back to the UK due to real concerns about escalating violence. Maybe not much reported here but it's becoming a VERY dangerous place.

That's why I never visit London

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Edited by: "vassy1" 2nd Nov

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When are we going ???

I'd love to safari in SA but a friend who lived there for 30+ years has just moved back to the UK due to real concerns about escalating violence. Maybe not much reported here but it's becoming a VERY dangerous place.

Besford14 m ago

I'd love to safari in SA but a friend who lived there for 30+ years has …I'd love to safari in SA but a friend who lived there for 30+ years has just moved back to the UK due to real concerns about escalating violence. Maybe not much reported here but it's becoming a VERY dangerous place.

That's why I never visit London

flickflack18 m ago

That's why I never visit London


I'm hoping this is a joke....?

Uns2 m ago

I'm hoping this is a joke....?

More tongue in cheek everybody should visit Capetown fantastic place

summerof764 h, 8 m ago

[Image] When are we going ???


He will have to come with me seeing that I'm the Capetonian

Does this herald the start of a run of flash sales I wonder?
IIRC Thomas Cook did something similar last year, for MIA, LAX, SFO etc
Edited by: "badgerman2" 2nd Nov

Besford5 h, 1 m ago

I'd love to safari in SA but a friend who lived there for 30+ years has …I'd love to safari in SA but a friend who lived there for 30+ years has just moved back to the UK due to real concerns about escalating violence. Maybe not much reported here but it's becoming a VERY dangerous place.



Well, we just did 2 weeks in S.A. driving the Garden Route from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth. Whilst not doing anything stupid, we certainly didn't hole ourselves up in the B&Bs after dark. I can't say I found SA any more dangerous feeling than any other big city I've been to in the UK. Cape Town itself is actually a really nice town with a classy waterfront. Oh, and you can get a really good 300g fillet steak across SA for £10!

I'll see you all there...

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heat added chichi X)

Besford8 h, 47 m ago

I'd love to safari in SA but a friend who lived there for 30+ years has …I'd love to safari in SA but a friend who lived there for 30+ years has just moved back to the UK due to real concerns about escalating violence. Maybe not much reported here but it's becoming a VERY dangerous place.


"Becoming" lol

Uns8 h, 15 m ago

I'm hoping this is a joke....?


I doubt it, I certainly wouldn't walk around many parts of London after dark!

Cameron19834 h, 0 m ago

Well, we just did 2 weeks in S.A. driving the Garden Route from Cape Town …Well, we just did 2 weeks in S.A. driving the Garden Route from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth. Whilst not doing anything stupid, we certainly didn't hole ourselves up in the B&Bs after dark. I can't say I found SA any more dangerous feeling than any other big city I've been to in the UK. Cape Town itself is actually a really nice town with a classy waterfront. Oh, and you can get a really good 300g fillet steak across SA for £10!


Well, that's really great and I'm envious, but I take the advice I've had very seriously from someone who has lived there for over 30 years. SA always had a bit of a 'third world edge' to it but the dangers have escalated enormously over the last few years. I guess it's a case of you don't see it until it happens to you?

Spent most of this year living in Johannesburg.

It doesn't feel dangerous but you'd be daft to be wandering around after dark.

There were enough regular hijackings and murders to keep any thoughts about being daft to a minimum. Still drove around town without and trouble.
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