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June 2018

Let us inspire your journey in 2018 with our 12 month travel guide. We have put together various travel options as well as a list of the must-see places and worldwide events. Start planning ahead and make 2018 a year to remember.

Many South African schools close on 22 June, which means Flight Centre has several Family holiday packages available for local and international travel. Our local highlight this month is Durban with it’s warm and sunny days and an abundance of activities for the whole family.

A wild and captivating destination which tops many a bucket list, is Alaska which is pure and exquisite. From large bears catching salmon, packs of wolves howling in the distance and glaciers bigger than cities, Alaska is a land of wonder and magic. With long summer days and short nights, Europe comes alive at this time of year and there are too many festivals to list here. In the United Kingdom alone you can choose from the Red Rooster in Suffolk, the Lunar Festival in Warwickshire, Conchord at Rathfinny in East Sussex, Field Day in London, the Africa Oyé in Liverpool and the Glastonbury Festival in Somerset.

Beyond the magnificent palm trees, the turquoise ocean and the mouth-watering seafood cuisine, Koh Samui is not your typical island. Whether you’re travelling on a budget or indulging in a luxury island getaway, this destination’s diverse natural and man-made attractions have a little bit of something for everyone.

Situated along the coast of the Adriatic Sea, Croatia borders Slovenia and Hungary to the north, Serbia to the east and Bosnia and Herzegovina to the south. The city of Dubrovnik, the “pearl of the Adriatic”, is one of the top Mediterranean tourist destinations. Catch the Dubrovnik Summer Festival’s line-up of music, opera, theatre and dance, and take a walk through the Old Town, encircled by massive stone walls that have featured in episodes of Game of Thrones.