Need to get away but not sure where to go? Flight Centre is giving the gift of surprise with its two- and three-night domestic Mystery Holidays, now on sale as the perfect Christmas gift.
At the tail end of a year in which travel has been non-existent for most, Flight Centre has released the ultimate Christmas gift for those with pent up travel desires; a mystery domestic holiday to, well, anywhere!
Offering a range of 2 and 3-night packages, Mystery Holidays depart from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Cairns to destinations including the Gold Coast, Airlie Beach, Cairns, Sydney, Brisbane, Hobart, Darwin and more.
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One to four days before departure, the destination will be revealed to travellers, giving them ample time to rifle through their cossies, sunnies or activewear and do their packing accordingly!
A Mystery Holiday to Airlie Beach? Time to pull out the kaftan! Heading to Hobart? Start dusting off those hiking boots!
All Mystery Holidays are inclusive of return airfares and minimum 4-star accommodation.
Pricing is $399pp* for two nights and $469pp* for three nights ex Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, and $539pp* for two nights and $599pp* for three nights ex Adelaide, Perth and Cairns – all prices based on twin share.
Mystery Holidays can be purchased between 9 and 24 December as an open-dated voucher, with travellers to advise dates at least 30 days prior to departure and travel to be booked before 30 April 2021.
But they don’t only make a great gift – You can also treat yo’self to a Mystery Holidays. They can be purchased with a specific travel date in mind, with the surprise destination aspect only adding to the anticipation of their upcoming trip away.
The travel period for Mystery Holidays is from 1 February 2021 to 30 November 2021, with blackout periods applying across school holidays and special events.
“The last week at Flight Centre has been our best yet since the pandemic began, with room night bookings up an incredible 75% on the previous week!” said James Kavanagh, Flight Centre Australia Managing Director.
“Not only does this show domestic travel is in the midst of a great comeback thanks to the reopening of our state borders, but it also demonstrates the incredibly strong desire Aussies have for travel after being grounded for much of the year.”
“Our Mystery Holidays have been created with the travel starved in mind, giving them the opportunity to just go somewhere… anywhere, actually!”
James Kavanagh, Flight Centre Australia Managing Director.
To book a Mystery Holiday, visit a Flight Centre store or call 133 133.
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