Book by March 31 and get 50 per cent off Dragoman overland trips and stays at Corinthia hotels.

Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts now offers free Wi-Fi and optional use of iPads for customers using its airport transfer service. Courtesy Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts
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50 per cent discount for Dragoman trips

The specialist overland tour operator Dragoman is offering 50 per cent off overland trips booked between now and March 31, for departures before June 30. The company offers 278 different itineraries to 55 countries throughout Asia, the Americas and Africa. Trips are between six days and 235 days in length.

Discounted trips include a 101-day trip from La Paz in Bolivia to Quito via the Andes and Amazon, departing April 20, which was US$5,821 (Dh21,381), reduced to $2,900 (Dh10,652), though a kitty covering food for the trip is an additional $4,480 (Dh16,456) per person; a 37-day trip from Beijing to Kunming, departing April 13, which was $2,910 (Dh10,669) but now costs $1,455 (Dh5,344), plus a kitty of $1,340 (Dh4,922) per person; a 31-day trip from Kathmandu in Nepal to Xi'an, China, departing May 11, will cost just $1,330 (Dh4,885) per person instead of $2,260 (Dh8,300), with a kitty of $950 (Dh3,490) per person. Airfares are not included; for more information visit

Get half off best rates from Corinthia Hotels

Corinthia Hotels has extended its annual sale, offering up to 50 per cent off its best available rate at all its hotels for bookings made by March 31 for travel until the end of this year. A minimum two-night stay is required for properties in Budapest, Lisbon, St Petersburg, Prague and Malta; a three-night minimum stay is stipulated for Corinthia Hotel London. Blackout dates may apply; for more information and to book visit

Free Wi-Fi on transfers in Middle East and Asia

Travellers who use the limousine airport transfer services of Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts will get free Wi-Fi and the optional use of iPads en-route to 21 hotels in the Middle East and Asia, including Dubai, Doha, Kuwait, Sana’a, Jeddah, Makkah, Madinah, Tala Bay, Aqaba, Phuket, Cebu, Hanoi and Singapore, with more to follow in the coming months.

It was announced this week that all buses, taxis and parks in Dubai would offer free Wi-Fi within the next three years. Mövenpick's vehicles have been fitted with 4G Lite Wi-Fi car mobile devices (

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