4 Star Paradise Sun Hotel, Seychelles for 7 nights from R40 355 pps

4 Star Paradise Sun Hotel, Seychelles for 7 nights from R40 355 pps
From R40355 pps

The Experience

Travel Dates:   01 to 23 August 2022.

Nestled along the secluded beach of Anse Volbert on Praslin Island in the Seychelles, Paradise Sun offers an idyllic seaside vacation with a wide variety of services and facilities, discreetly tucked away amongst a protective outcrop of enormous granite boulders.

What's Included

Return flights from Johannesburg to Praslin
Prepayable taxes
Return resort transfers to Mahe and Praslin
One night's accommodation at the 4 star Allamanda Resort and Spa with breakfast
Six nights accommodation in a superior room at Paradise Sun
Daily breakfast and dinner at Paradise Sun plus afternoon tea and coffee with snacks
Complimentary activities at Paradise Sun include volleyball, table tennis, kayaks, stand-up paddleboard, weekly sunset cruise, nature walks, a traditional Creole night with Moutia/Sega dancer entertainment, and an introductory dive at the onsite PADI diving centre.

** Excludes travel insurance, meals and drinks not specified, and anything not mentioned above. Prices start from the advertised price and are based on a per person rate, sharing a double room, unless otherwise stated. Advanced purchases, peak season surcharges, block out periods and minimum stay conditions may apply. Prices are subject to change due to airfare increases, currency fluctuations, and availability. Terms and Conditions apply.


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