Insane Error Fare: Fly To Africa For As Low As $348 Round-Trip
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Insane Error Fare: Fly To Africa For As Low As $348 Round-Trip

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DeAnna Taylor
DeAnna Taylor Oct 29, 2018

Yes, you read this right. A glitch fare came across the Delta website early Sunday, pricing flights to Nairobi, Kenya for as low as $242 and flights to Johannesburg, South Africa as low as $348 round-trip.

 

 

You must search directly via Delta’s website to find the fares. If you luck up on this sale, do not immediately book any accommodations. You should wait until you are given a final confirmation from the airline that the fare will be honored.

 

If it is not honored, the airline will likely refund all who purchased the fare at the error price.

 

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It’s often said that more Americans would visit the continent of Africa if flights from the United States were more affordable, which is why now is the perfect time to take advantage of this flight sale to Johannesburg, South Africa if you want to visit Africa.

 

While In Johannesburg, take a trip to the infamous township of Soweto to see a glimpse of what life is really like for Black South Africans.

 

Some people describe Kenya’s capital as a city that never sleeps. With more than three million people, Nairobi is an energetic city that offers an amazing array of activities. From wildlife to nightlife, Nairobi is a place that will not disappoint.

 

Top sights include the Nairobi National Park and the Giraffe Centre.

Visitors to the Nairobi National Park will have the chance to see endangered black rhinos, lions, leopards, cheetahs, and more up close.

 

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After your visit to the Nairobi National Park, reserve a ticket to feed giraffes at the Giraffe Centre.

 

But there’s more to Nairobi than just safari parks. Shop for handmade goods such as sculptures, beaded necklaces, textiles, and more at the Masai Markets.