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Cruise news: From R11,818 for 2 people sharing a balcony cabin on OP10, the 9 December cruise from Durban to Portuguese Island.

Mango Happy Day is here again :) Book by 9pm on the 14th March 2013. Fly by the 31st March 2013 (only on selected flights).

Mango Happy Day Sale on 14 March 2013

Prices will change in this Mango Airlines special, perhaps even by the time you read this! Book at Mango. This does not constitute an offer from South Africa Travel Online, but merely the conveying of information to a public which is hungry for it! Be flexible with your dates to try get a cheap airfare.

Lowest prices

JNB-PLZ from R1125 one-way (JNB = O.R. Tambo International Airport)

PLZ-JNB  from R1125 one-way (PLZ = Port Elizabeth)

CPT-PLZ from R1175 one-way (CPT = The Mother City, Cape Town)

PLZ-CPT from R1175 one-way

BFN-CPT from R995 one-way (BFN = Bloemfontein)

CPT-BFN from R995 one-way

CPT-HLA from R995 one-way (HLA = Lanseria Airport)

HLA-CPT from R995 one-way

CPT-DUR from R1175 one-way (DUR = Durban's King Shaka Airport)

DUR-CPT from R1175 one-way

JNB-DUR  from R595 one-way

DUR-JNB from R595 one-way

JNB-CPT from R1175 one-way

CPT-JNB from R1175 one-way

Selling Period:

13 March 2013 at 09h00 to 14 March 2013 at 21h00 (or until sold out) 

Travel Period:

13 March 2013 to 31 March 2013

Terms and Conditions:

Limited seats available on selected flights on a first come, first served basis.

No group bookings on promotional fares.

Refunds must be submitted in writing to guestcare@flymango.com.

Subject to Mango's Terms and Conditions

Excludes Special Events (Friday return Sunday), and peak flights


With the weather getting a bit cooler, why not take a break at Warmwaterbergspa.

This video gives a good idea of what it's like to view the Victoria Falls from the Victoria Falls National Park, with water rising up from the falls.


We've added Vredenheim Wine & Big Cat Park to our list of things to do in Stellenbosch (near Cape Town). Want your activity listed? Drop us an email at cheapflights@southafrica.to

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