Whether you want to travel to an exotic country or the (good ol') U.S. of A, flying for more than six and a half hours is bound to get you somewhere dreamy. The best way to escape the typically abysmal British weather is to sit back and relax as you're transported to a holiday destination that's far far away.
The world really is your oyster, so why not get out there and see what’s on offer? It's nice to treat yourself once in a while and see the world from a whole perspective, so pack your bags and travel somewhere a little further afield than normal. With our Deals, it might even cost you less than a European break!
When you’re looking for a holiday that’s extra special, you want to know you’re getting the best value so we pride ourselves on offering something to suit every personality and budget. Whether you’re looking for exotic beaches, luxury hotels, fascinating cultures, wonders of the world or your ultimate bucket list experience, icelolly.com are here to help with a huge range of fantastic worldwide holiday deals for you to compare.
The Kingdom of Far Far Away might be from Shrek Universe, but that doesn't mean you can't get your fairytale holiday in reality. You can do the hula in Hawaii, snorkel in the Great Barrier Reef, go designer shopping in Dubai, watch the ball drop in New York on New Years' Eve, meet your childhood favourites at Disneyland Florida, or if you really want to go all out, why not visit Sin City (Las Vegas)? If you can't decide, bear in mind that our most popular long haul destinations include Cancun, Dubai and Thailand.
With a huge range of all inclusive holidays, family holidays and adventure holidays, the hardest bit is not deciding whether to go, but deciding how long to stay. To make the long flight really feel worth it, a long haul holiday is best enjoyed on a 2-week break.
Don't worry if you wear yourself out during your holiday as you'll be able to pop in some earplugs and catch up on your sleep on the return leg of the journey - a good 8 hours should sort you out! If you're lucky, you might even sleep off the jetlag before you get home.