Another Public Holiday is upon us this weekend. If you haven’t planned for it, no worries. There are many more deals to plan for. Paying in installments for an advanced vacation is a good way to plan for your next holiday.
Here are some tour deals you should consider?
Tourbirth and VC Events
If you are getting married between June and December 2022, there are amazing wedding deals. You only need to book a wedding package with VC events from May 23rd to July 31st and automatically get a honey getaway at Almat Farms with Tourbirth. The package you choose will determine the length of your stay at Almat farms. The wedding package services include event planning, catering, décor, drinks, ushering, etc. Other freebies from vendors sponsoring these packages include matching outfits from Ideas Unique Creation, a health talk and goodie bag from Americare Medical Distributors, free bottles of wine from Chateau-Vartely, and a free pedicure session from Joch Beauty Salon. By August 1st, there will be a raffle draw for every couple and whoever picks the grand ticket gets an all-expense paid trip for 5 days full of activities, fun, food, wine and everything. Note: this package is for all those getting married in Abuja and Port Harcourt within the last six months of this year.
For more details on the cost of packages, call: 07064574046.
Social Prefect Tours
Have an Incredible Summer in Mauritius from 23rd to 29th July with N995,000 per person sharing and N1,125,500 for single occupancy. Highlights include return flights, 4-star beach resort accommodation, airport transfers, a boat cruise, and a daily buffet breakfast and dinner. It also covers water and land sports activities at the resort, one free activated local SIM with data, tours. Tours include waterfall visit, Ile Aux Cerfs with lunch and entertainment, Casela nature park, La Vallee des Couleurs, Pamplemousses botanical garden and Port Louis visit.
Extra charges apply for partaking in these bucket-list activities like quad biking, zip-lining, walking with a lion, parasailing, undersea walk, and interacting with Cheetah. You need a valid international passport with over 6 months validity, and a vaccination card to visit Mauritius. The deadline for the initial deposit of N400,000 was June 30th, but if you have the full money, you can still sign up. The final deadline for payment to secure a slot is 12th July.
For booking and enquiries, call: 09166709829.
Get your UK transit Visa for N39, 525. Bumper promo: Dubai Visa (one month) goes for N40,000 when you book a flight with Wakanow before 31st July. Also, get your economy return tickets from Lagos to London on Air France (KLM) for your trips from June 27th –July 22, 2022, from N441,671 per person. Bumper Promo on emirates, British airways, and Rwanda Air flights booked between 12th July and August 30th are currently available.
For more details, call: 01 7008200 or email email@example.com
Mula Took Me
Turn up Ghana from July 20th to 24th 2022 with N297,000. The fee covers return AC road transportation, 4 nights stay premium accommodation, daily breakfast, tours to two regions (greater Accra & eastern region), transportation within, and cover change to tours. The tours and activities include visits to Kwame Nkrumah and memorial park, zip-lining, food experience, 2 rope course or Canopy Walk, and a visit to Aburi. No need for COVID tests. Just bring your COVID vaccination card, Yellow fever vaccination card, and international passport, and you are good to go. The deadline for any down payment was June 30th, but you can still get in on this package if you pay in full before 9th July 2022.
For more details, call 09087251241, or WhatsApp +22953974269.
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