Dakhla, Western Sahara: €138 with Transavia from Paris (€180 including checked bags)

Porto Rico beach amazing place
expired

This destination is definitely not one that most travelers have on their bucket list. But if you’re into kitesurfing or just up to an adventure, this might just be the perfect deal for you. Transavia is selling cheap tickets for non-stop flights from Paris to Dakhla, Western Sahara. Prices for a round-trip start at €138.

ORY VIL Transavia
Nice fare for non-stop flights to the Western Sahara

The fare will only include one piece of hand luggage, up to 10kg. If you want to bring a bigger bag, you can either add one to your ‘Basic’ fare (starting at €42 for 15kg per round-trip). Or you opt for the ‘Plus’ fare that also includes free seat selection, free flight changes and 500 miles on Flying Blue in addition to 20kg of checked bags. Then the price will go up to €200.

Dakhla is a city in Western Sahara, right off the Atlantic Coast and home to around 100,000 people. Currently, it is administered by Morocco and the capital of the Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab region. To some people, this region might be known as a hotspot for kite- and windsurfers. Most EU citizens will have visa-free access to Dakhla.

Search & Book

As with many other low-cost carriers deals, there are not fare rules that we could pass on to you. It’s a typical ‘first come – first serve’ deal, and as soon as all seats are gone, the deal will end.

Google Flights (instructions) won’t be a big help this time, and neither will the ITA Airfare Search. Both tools won’t show this sweet deal, but you can try Skyscanner. Or better yet just go to Transavia’s website and use their calendar search.

Transavia calender view
Transavia’s calender view

The cheap fare is available in June, September, and October. During the summer holidays, you will see slightly higher prices.

Source: Flynous – Thanks!

Cover Picture: ©Idouhna - stock.adobe.com

Leave a Reply

Required fields are marked *.


Note: If your comment does not appear on the page immediately, it must first be approved by a moderator. This is especially the case if you are commenting for the first time.