Cheap one-way & return flights to Yemen from London
Climatically, this country struggles with a hot, parched terrain usually sun-baked throughout the year but evaporation from local water bodies and creeks keeps the weather somewhat moist. The dry stretch minimizes and ends near the western highlands which enjoy a relatively cooler temperature and heavy downpour. As with desert climates, the days are hot and scorched while night temperature experiences a dramatic free fall. Being a Muslim Country, the country experiences a peak-season during the holy month of Ramadhan and the following Eid-ul-Fitr with a similar influx during Eid-ul-Adha, for both of which dates may vary.
By the looks of it, hotels and skyscrapers appear to be the most striking features of cities like Sana’a (the capital), Aden, Ta’izz, Al Hudaydah etc. - the big budget plan shows itself here and there. Not considering first time visitors, even those re-visiting the country by availing cheap flights to Yemen would find the experience short of being nostalgic. Seeing as how the Gulf of Aden in Aden City and Al Mukalla Harbor (Al Mukalla) have improved over the years, those who found some features lacking the first time around will be delightfully amazed on a second trip. The Arabian Sea on its south and the Red Sea pressing in along the western border gives its distinctive sand/sea terrain of which the Socotra Island is perhaps the finest example. Socotra Island delivers just the right amount of seascape on the Arher Beach and retains just the right proportion of sand dunes; tourist’s favourite activities include camel riding, jeep tours and posing next to a bottle tree! Contemporary plaza architecture, theme parks, shopping marts, and everything else that raises the country to global standards are present and prevailing side by side those historical landmarks that make it relatable to Arabia at large. The Old City of Sana’a contrasts well with the present day capital and boast such monuments as the Fortress and Al-Saleh Mosque to the great satisfaction of Orientalists. In this regard, the ancient city of Shibam with its mud-brick multi-storied buildings plays a considerable part in maximizing the distribution of cheap flights to Yemen packages. A schedule flexible enough to include digressing trips to the Ancient Tombs of Sana’a, Marib City and Do’an valley will positively leave nothing else to be desired.
While there might be quite a few flaws to be concerned about, luckily, quality accommodation should be the least of your worries. Reputable and at your service, praising Lamar Hotel and Burj al Salamin Sana’a is like preaching to the converted. With buffet meals, spa treatments, discount packages for returning customers, and the like amenities, Arabia Felix, TajTalha Hotel, Golden Dar Tourist Hotel, Al Bustan Hotel- and the list goes on-are other four-star options for travelers. .Mercure Adenand Gold Mohur Hotel & Resort are lodging options in Aden, stay or transit, in addition to several guest-houses and quarters available throughout the city.
Travelers booking cheap flights to Yemen with either of the two commercial aviation companies- Turkish Airlines or Egypt Air- are indeed heading down the right track. Both airlines offer one-stop flights from London Gatwick (LGW) and London Heathrow (LHR) respectively to Sana’a International Airport (SAH)by way of their corresponding regional centers in Turkey and Egypt. There are no direct cheap flights to Yemen. Call now to secure the latest quotes and if need be, you can also check out our book now pay later payment plan for a more convenient bargain.
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