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Ever since 1996, Azure Travel has been sending South African holidaymakers to the sunshine, the culture spots of the world or just a stay in one of your favourite cities in the world. We're not the largest tour operators but we know how to prepare fun-packed holidays for everyone from families to groups and couples.

Our package holidays are all about giving you the very best value for your money, and a holiday so good you'll return to Azure Travel next year again. We'll take you to the sunniest holiday spots, whether you want to make the most of your summer or warm up your winter.

Think building sandcastles at the Costa Brava or in Phuket, relaxing on a Greek Island, snorkelling in the Red Sea, shopping in Thailand or India, and much, much more.

With departures from airports across South Africa, wherever you want to go, we want to take you there.

When we founded Azure travel, we were determined to create a special kind of Travel Company, one with vision, resourcefulness and perhaps most importantly of all – passion for our destinations.

We have an ambition goal for our destinations and properties which reflect our spirit. We are not about hotels with gold taps and bell boys, but provide authenticity, service and advice.

Excellence is one of those over-used words which has a thousand different definitions, but at Azure Travel we are concerned with only one, yours.

Our consultants are dedicated to crafting unique experiences that will live long in the memory and that compliment your individual wants and needs. We continue sourcing the globe to bring you the best that this little blue planet has to offer; places and cultures that will be lastingly engraved in your mind and in your heart. Prepare to discover a world of mystery, of wonder and of romance with Azure Travel.

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