TUI launches winter 2022/2023 holidays programme
TUI has launched its winter 2022/2023* programme with holidays to 45 destinations including the Canaries, Egypt and the Caribbean as well as introducing Senegal as a new destination.
The TUI winter holidays season runs from 1 November 2022 until 30 April 2023 with zero deposits* available on selected holidays when you book online via Direct Debit.
Where to go on holiday in winter 2022/2023
TUI offers winter sun holidays* to many popular short and long haul destinations including the Mediterrean, Caribbean, America, Africa and Asia from firm favourites like Spain and Portugal to tropical paradises such as Costa Rica and Thailand.
- Africa - Cape Verde, Egypt, Gambia, Morocco, Senegal, Tunisia
- Asia - India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, UAE
- Caribbean - Antigua, Barbados, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, St Lucia
- Europe - Balearics, Canaries, Cyprus, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain, Turkey
- Indian Ocean - Maldives, Mauritius
- The Americas - Costa Rica, Mexico, USA
Senegal - new for winter 2022/2023
TUI will run weekly flights to Dakar from London Gatwick and offer holidays to the new platinum hotel, Riu Baobab*, in Pointe Sarene approximately 50km from Dakar / Blaise Diagne International Airport.
Richard Sofer, Commercial & Business Development Director at TUI said, "We know there is pent up demand for holidays and the desire to have a holiday to look forward to is more evident now than ever before.
"We're excited to launch Senegal as an exciting new winter sun destination and are confident it will appeal to customers seeking value for money, great all-inclusive resorts and guaranteed sunshine as well as an experience that is a little bit different."
Ready to book your next holiday? Check out the latest offers with TUI today.
Updated on Thursday 2 September 2021
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