President Buhari declared June 12th as our Democracy day in Nigeria in 2018 as opposed to May 29th. This year, June 12th falls on a Sunday, which means we get Monday off as a national Public holiday. So you can start planning for a long weekend of fun or just plan to make use of the public holiday. Here are some deals to help you do that:
Happy Orange Travel and Tours
You can sign up for the IITA Staycation in Ibadan coming up this weekend. The highlight of this package includes a train ride, transportation, breakfast, bomb pictures, IITA accommodation for two adults sharing a room, activities and tours. The activities include swimming at the pool, forest tour, golf and tennis, picnic and cycling. For those who want to stay from June 11th to 13th, the fee is N85,000 per person sharing, while for those who want to stay from June 11th – 12th the fee is N55,000. There are special packages for those from Ibadan, which include N40,000 per night and N70,000 for two nights.
Be part of the Kayak Hangout on Sunday 12th June 2022 at Lekki Phase 1 by 2 pm. Regular clients pay N7,000 while VIP clients pay N10,000. Highlights of the event include refreshments, games, music, kayaking lessons for beginners, meeting fun people and an opportunity to unwind.
Have Fun Time at Omu Resort with the family holiday edition on the 13th of June 2022. Highlights of this package include transportation, access to the zoo, Seaworld, wax museum, archery, mini-golf, mechanical bull riding, horse riding, water park, swimming pool, amusement park, roller skating, food & drinking. The fee for Singles is N18,000, and for Couples N35,000. The family packages include for a family of 3 is N52,000, a family of 4 is N68,000, a family of 5 is N85,000, and a family of 6 is N102,000. Those who want Quad biking, Kayaking and Go-karting should be ready to pay an extra N2,500 for each activity.
Interested? Call 08143207147 to sign up or make further enquiries.
Visit Dubai from June 22nd to 29th 2022 with N730,000 per person sharing a room. Highlights of this trip include return flights, 6-nights’ accommodation at AL Bandar by Rotana (a 5-star hotel), UAE Visa with Covid insurance, daily breakfast, airport transfers, desert safari with BBQ dinner, belly dancing, and a firework show. Other attractions include visits to Laguna water park with transfers, the museum of the future, and IMG World of Adventure. To book your slot for this package, make a deposit of N400,000 before 8th June 2022 and send in your international passport biodata page to process your UAE visa. To book or make enquiries, call or send a WhatsApp message to Temitayo on 08090986889.
Social Prefect Tours
Have an Incredible Summer in Mauritius from 23rd to 29th July 2022 with N995,000 per person sharing a room or N1,112,500 for single room occupancy. Highlights include return flights, 4-star beach resort accommodation, airport transfers, daily buffet breakfast and dinner, 3 lunches, tours, and activities. The tours are to Casela Nature Park, La Vallee des Couleurs, Pamplemousses botanical garden and Port Louis.
While the activities cover a boat cruise and tour to Ile Aux Cerfs with lunch and entertainment and a waterfall visit. For activities such as Quad biking, zip-lining, Nepalese Bridge, walking with a lion, interacting with cheetah, parasailing, and undersea walking, extra charges apply. The deadline for a deposit payment of N400,000 to secure a slot elapsed on the 30th of June. But if you have the full amount, you can still sign up for this package as long as it is before June 12th, 2022. All you need for this trip is your international passport (with at least 6 months validity), and a vaccination card. For bookings and enquiries, call 0916670829.
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