Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Sale Alert: Jetstar's Japan Sale

Huge Sale Alert: Take off to Japan with Jetstar! We cannot believe how awesomely cheap these flights to Japan are! Get in quick - the sale ends this Sunday 4th July.

Visit the many wonders of Japan, with sale fares starting at only $219! It's the perfect opportunity to experience one of the most amazing countries on the planet, flying Jetstar to Osaka or Tokyo.

Osaka provides an incredible journey, with world-class dining, performing arts and historic museums. Or explore Tokyo and immerse yourself in this bustling city, with a fascinating mix of modern and traditional Japanese culture. Find out why Tokyo is truly one of the world's most magnificent cities.

For all the details visit the Jetstar sale page.

Let us know via the comments if you know of any great sales! 

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Monday, June 28, 2010

Bay of Islands, New Zealand

ALMOST ninety years ago an adventurer who was also one of the world's most popular authors rounded the headland of Cape Brett in what has been termed "the edge of the world", dolphins leaping through the crystal bow wave as he sailed past fabulous tropical islands, reports the informative website "Bay of Islands - All About The Bay". Zane Grey, whose tales of the Wild West have captivated millions of readers, was enthralled as he gazed at the beauty and spectacular scenery of the Bay of Islands, near the remote northernmost tip of New Zealand.

Stepping onto a sun-bleached jetty, he looked across the golden sand of a bay curving out into the sparkling South Pacific Ocean, all thoughts of the West put aside. Little has changed since he first rounded Cape Brett.

Zane wrote about the white sand beaches of the Bay stretching around a stunning coastline to Kerikeri, the artist's town with its wineries, where he liked to relax with a bottle of the local Sauvignon Blanc. He would wander through orange and grapefruit orchards, or follow the four-kilometre river track leading to the thundering cascade of Rainbow Falls.

On those long evenings, he must have wondered at the beauty of the dolphins at play.  Dolphins that today take equal delight in playing with swimmers wanting to get nearer to these intelligent and highly sociable creatures.

Likely too, he would have watched the antics of the Blue Penguins and the Gannets, whilst marvelling at whales surfacing far out amongst the Bay's some 150 islands - many of which remain relatively unexplored. And, around the Poor Knights Islands that he would have undoubtedly known, there is diving that Jacques Cousteau rated as amongst the very best in the world, with an abundance of marine wildlife including Manta Rays and Killer Whales. There are over one hundred fine dive sites around the Bay area, with corals, rocky coastlines, and wrecks to explore. Even if you're not a diving or fishing fanatic, you can still make your way out to the islands - go for a sailing trip, charter a yacht, or rent a canoe.

Visit Bay of Islands for more information and to book accommodation and activities.

Friday, June 25, 2010

Saffire Freycinet Tasmania

Saffire, Pure Tasmania’s new high-end property on Tasmania’s East Coast, is an icon development for the Australian tourism industry. Its concept and design are like no other in the country, capturing the essence of this unique region and connecting with its environment to bring an authentic and enriching experience for its guests.

Distinct in its design, exclusive in its features and set apart by its approach to individually tailored experiences and service, Saffire’s approach is not constrained by traditional five-star ratings and standards, but instead sets a bold new direction for holidays and accommodation in Australia.

Saffire features 20 accommodation suites, each with sweeping views of Great Oyster Bay and the Hazards Mountains and complete privacy from the neighbouring suites. Tasmania’s freshest produce and finest wines and beers will be showcased in Palate restaurant and The Lounge bar.

Each luxuriously appointed suite has been designed to maintain utmost privacy while taking in the views and natural light. Inside you will find the highest quality in finishes with an eclectic mix of classic and contemporary furnishings providing a distinct feeling of coastal freedom unique to Saffire.

From early morning to late evening, food innovation in the kitchen does not compromise the true flavours of home-grown produce. The Palate restaurant specialises in tailoring dining experiences to suit all guests. Multi-course degustation menus matched with the outstanding local wines are a speciality, with menus designed around what is fresh out of the water or the paddock on any given day.Alternatively guests can consult the chef for a masterful interpretation of their favourite dish, or choose from the a la carte menu.

Soothe the busy mind and refresh the soul with a luxurious treatment in one of Spa Saffire’s three retreat rooms overlooking the inspiring landscape and reflective pools. Treatments have been designed  exclusively for Saffire by celebrity facialist Marionne De Candia and Dr Jean Laing, doctor of chiropractic and bodywork therapies.

Saffire’s Signature Experiences have been designed for guests to deepen their East Coast discovery. With the Freycinet National Park on your doorstep, there’s deserted islands, wild bushland and secluded beaches to explore.

Enjoy the Schouten Island Experience, exclusive to Saffire guests. The island has an abundance of wildlife such as penguin rookeries, seal colonies, and during migration period from May to November, Southern Right whales.

Take in the spectacular views from the Hazards Mountains, walk the white-sanded shores of Wineglass Bay and indulge in Tasmania’s finest food and wine while looking across the turquoise waters of the Freycinet Peninsula with the Wineglass to Wine Glass signature experience.


Thursday, June 24, 2010

Martinique Whitsundays

Martinique Whitsunday offers spectacular sea and island views over the sparkling turquoise waters of the Coral Sea to the Whitsundays Islands.

Classical French Caribbean architecture has inspired the design of these exquisitely styled 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments.

Martinique is centrally located, overlooking the relaxed picturesque cosmopolitan village of Airlie Beach, the focal point of tourism on the Whitsunday Coast.

Marinas, restaurants, entertainment and shops are right at your finger tips ...
The Whitsunday Island group is one of nature's remarkable gifts. They also lie next to one of the world's greatest wonders, the Great Barrier Reef. The crystal clear emerald waters of the Whitsundays remain a constant 20 - 25 degrees C throughout the year. Perfect for snorkeling, scuba diving, sailing, fishing, parasailing, sea kayaking or just lying by the pool enjoying a book.

While the 74 islands of the Whitsundays are essentially drowned mountains with peaks rising clear of the sea, many have fringing reef systems with beautiful corals. The natural barrier created by the Great Barrier Reef creates beautiful calm waters providing one of the best boating destinations in the world. Needless to say the fishing in the Whitsundays is nothing short of spectacular with Coral Trout, Red Emperor, Sweetlip and Spanish Mackerel in good supply. A variety of vessels will take you to nearby fishing grounds or to the Reef for the big game fish.

The environment in the Whitsundays and neighbouring rainforest is truly magnificent. There are tours that take you right inside the forest or take bushwalking trips into Conway National Park.The Whitsunday Wildlife park is recognised as one of the best in the country. Have a look at the crocodile feeding, walk with kangaroos, or have a snake draped across your shoulders.

With all these activities at your fingertips, your vacation in the Whitsundays will be unforgettable. Couple this with
Martinique Whitsunday Resort and you have yourself an exceptional holiday.


Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Small Luxury Hotels Bali

Described as ‘The Island of the Gods’, Bali is the perfect place for a romantic honeymoon. This peaceful and serene island has a diverse landscape of hills, mountains, rugged coastlines, beautiful sandy beaches and striking volcanic hillsides.

It is also an incredibly spiritual island, with a wealth of mystical temples, colourful festivals, religious ceremonies, as well as unique arts and crafts, which are viewed by the Balinese as a way of pleasing the gods. Wherever you go, life on this island moves at a gentle pace and therefore provides the perfect setting for a romantic escape.

With a choice of four stunning Small Luxury Hotels of the World properties on the island, each offering a variety of rejuvenating spa experiences and tranquil surroundings, you are guaranteed to have the perfect honeymoon.

Located on the hillside of fashionable Nusa Dua, The Balé is dedicated to relaxation and rejuvenation. Each of the 29 pavilions has its own private pool and 24-hour butler service; while an impressive list of spa treatments with holistic programmes completes the experience. Not far away, in Seminyak, you will find The Oberoi, Bali, a peaceful haven set in 15 acres of gardens set alongside one of Bali’s most beautiful beaches. For ultimate indulgence, try the Javanese Bathing Ritual in an open-air massage pavilion and then enjoy the delicious cuisine served in the amphitheatre.

On the north-eastern edge of Bali, set amongst a stunning volcanic landscape, is Spa Village Resort Tembok, Bali. Upon arrival you can choose your personal ‘Discovery Path’ individually designed for complete relaxation and wellbeing - from yoga at dawn, beach walks to scrubs, massages and soaking baths. Last but not least, is Viceroy Bali, a secluded retreat in the Lembah Valley, just minutes from Ubud. Here you can enjoy treatments created by some of Switzerland’s most prominent spa specialists before cooling off in the large infinity pool.

The Viceroy
The Bale
Spa Village Resort Tembok
The Oberoi 

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Iririki Island Resort, Vanuatu

Nowhere else can you so indulge... Iririki Island Resort lies in the heartland of the romantic South Pacific. This is the perfect escape for couples seeking peace, serenity and more than just a little pampering.

This beautiful privately-owned island of indulgence in Port Vila harbour, Iririki Island Resort was once the home of the British Resident Commissioner in Vanuatu’s colonial days. Iririki lays sunkissed in a setting of lush tropical gardens with spectacular views of the harbour and township.

Though this may suggest that Iririki is remote, with its free 24 hour ferry that takes just 3 minutes from island to shore, it is in fact the closest resort to Vila’s duty-free shops, 30 plus restaurants and major tour operators.

The resort offers a myriad of delights for couples such as private bungalows with balconies for sunset, garden or harbour views, Vanuatu’s only Day Spa, and a water sports center.

Then there's the beach with Vila’s best resort snorkeling and a range of no-charge aquatic facilities, as well as a renowned restaurant and indoor/outdoor café-bar.

Iririki is a quiet haven for newlyweds and business couples looking to “de-stress” and others just wanting a peaceful holiday or honeymoon.

The Waterfront bungalows of the resort capture the incredible views and sunsets, and Harbourview bungalows provide a romantic touch with vast four-poster beds, while all 70 bungalows have authentic Pacific and Asian furniture and artworks. The recently renovated pool and over-harbour deck, offer equally spectacular views and a place to relax, read or dine al fresco.

Couples can choose to be married before kaleidoscopic views around the pool, on the beach, or in their own private location amid bounteous hibiscus', tree ferns and frangipani. Iririki offers a great range of wedding packages. The Ultimate Wedding Package includes everything you could imagine to create the perfect wedding day. Iririki’s dedicated wedding co-ordinator meets with you on arrival, with VIP transfers to begin your journey, and discusses plans for a wedding to remember.


Monday, June 21, 2010

Try a Yoga Retreat to Prepare for your Wedding

In the shadow of the mountains, Mary O'Brien for The Sydney Morning Herald discovers the gentle art of bend and stretch during a two-day yoga retreat.

Mount Sturgeon sparkles in the pale winter sun and the gardens are painted white after a surprise early frost. My breath dances in the chilly air. It's only 8am and the yoga group moves purposefully towards the studio, shivering, partly from the cold and partly from the anticipation of what's to come – three hours of intensive yoga.

We're staying at Griffins Hill Yoga Retreat in Dunkeld for the weekend. Some have come from Melbourne, some are locals who attend weekly classes and a couple are yoga teachers. We've come to seek instruction from senior Iyengar teacher Frank Jesse.

At first, three hours seem to stretch out infinitely – 180 minutes of detailed instruction and painful stretching. But once we're warmed up, we're all too busy to worry about the time. All my energy and concentration is focused on Jesse, listening to his instructions, trying to bend my awkward body into the right shapes, terrified that I'll be caught out as an impostor – an enthusiastic, but irregular, yoga attendee.

As the first session finishes, delicious smells drift out to the studio. Jesse's partner, Jane Gibb, has been busy in the kitchen. The long table is beautifully decked out with freshly squeezed orange juice, oatmeal pancakes, preserves, fruit and home-made baked beans. The class is united – we've bonded over yoga poses and now it's time for some good food and conversation.

We have a light meal of home-made dips and lentil soup with Turkish flat bread the first night and an Indian banquet the second. It's Jesse's responsibility to bake the bread and he does a mean bread roll, chapatti and Turkish bread.

We've got a few free hours on Saturday afternoon and, despite the temptation to flop, a group decides to walk up Mount Piccaninny, a relatively easy trail. It's idyllic as the day warms up and we meet a pair of tame wallabies and a wakeful owl on the gentle climb to the top.

Yoga retreats are held every month at Griffins Hill. The one and two-night programs are suitable for beginners but you need at least one year's experience for the three or five-day sessions.

On this two-day retreat, we practise yoga for 4 hours the first day and three hours on the second. Jesse is a dedicated teacher who constantly checks that everyone is doing the postures properly. The studio is open for extra practice but my aching muscles have had more stretching than they bargained for.

Mary O'Brien travelled courtesy of Tourism Victoria and Griffins Hill Yoga Retreat.

To read the full article visit The Sydney Morning Herald

Friday, June 18, 2010

Song Summit LIVE, part of Vivid Sydney

Bringing music to Vivid Sydney, Song Summit LIVE offers a sensational line-up of live performances by emerging local and international artists.

Saturday 19 June 
Parades, The Jezabels, Betty Airs, 1/6, Amy Meredith, Finabah, Tenielle Neda, Luke Webb and Amber Lawrence.

Sunday 20 June
Fergus Brown, Carmen Townsend (Canada), Two Hours Traffic (Canada), Dead Letter Chorus, Washington (pictured), Dan Kelly, Dappled Cities, Lupin, Natasha Duarte, Phatchance, Lindon Puffin & The Transgressions, Angie Hart, The Earlybirds (NZ), Computers Want Me Dead (NZ), Artisan Guns (NZ), Adam James, Stiff Gins, The Last Kinection and from PNG Cornerstone, dAdiiGii, Apox and Warian Echo.

Song Summit LIVE celebrates music performance at its loudest and proudest.

When: Saturday 19 June, 6:30pm – 9:00pm ($25); Sunday 20 June, 7:30pm – 11:00pm ($30); both nights ($50)

Where: HOME The Venue, Cockle Bay, Darling Harbour

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Arajilla Lord Howe Island

Looking for a secluded, romantic and breathtaking honeymoon? Nestled under a canopy of Kentia Palms and Banyan Trees just seconds from the beach, Arajilla Retreat offers a lucky few guests a haven of tranquility and relaxation.

Arajilla's spacious suites, renowned restaurant and sublime day spa form the perfect base to discover the extraordinary scenery and wildlife of World Heritage listed Lord Howe Island.

With visitor numbers restricted life at Arajilla is relaxed. You can be as active or as passive as you like – bushwalk, swim, dive, fish, cycle around the island, play golf, lie on a deserted beach, enjoy a massage, savour fine food and wine, sleep in or simply take an afternoon nap - its up to you! And it is all less than a two-hour flight from Sydney or Brisbane.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Phil Hoffmann Honeymoon Registry

Dreaming of your honeymoon? Just the two of you without a care in the world... Your own exotic journey together, your own private beach with moments in time when life stands still...

A lot of engaged couples have already set up their home prior to their wedding, so a traditional gift registry is not ideal for them. While many couples choose to have a wishing well, others feel this is somewhat impersonal. A great in-between solution is a Honeymoon Travel Registry.

We love the Honeymoon Registry available with Phil Hoffmann Travel's Professional Honeymoon Planning Service. It's just like a bridal registry, only easier, your guests can nominate an amount they wish to contribute to your dream honeymoon, online, by phone, in store and Phil Hoffmann will take care of the rest.
When you register with Phil Hoffmann Honeymoon Registry you get $300 worth of special offers:

• $100 Travel Voucher*
• 2 EFM Health Clubs $100 Gift Vouchers*
• ABIA Award Winning Honeymoon Consultation
• Exclusive Honeymoon Registry
• Designer Registry Stationery
• Wedding Gift

With the Honeymoon Registry Service you also receive beautiful designer stationery to acompany your own invitations, inviting your guest to make a contribution and, if they wish, a beautiful way of letting you know they have contributed on the special day.

Just make an apointment with one of the Phil Hoffmann Travel consultants at one of their 7 stores.

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

24 Hours in San Francisco

Penny Watson for The Age Traveller fuels her creativity in San Francisco's bookshops, anarchist cafes and fine-food emporiums. Here are her suggestions on how to spend 24 hours in San Francisco...


The 110-year-old Ferry Building is the city's best-known landmark. It still serves as a hub for ferry commuters from across the bay but the main building has evolved. Its central airy corridor has been transformed into a foodie paradise, crowded with Italian delis, a wine bar, tea shop, organic markets, cafes, speciality shops and patisseries. For a meet-and-greet with the artisans whose fare has brought the building to life (and a taste test or two), take a tour with the knowledgeable epicurean concierge, Lisa Rogovin (

1 Ferry Building, The Embarcadero,


After a tour, settle in for breakfast. Perhaps a Dungeness crab breakfast burrito from San Francisco Fish Company? Or a salmon benedict from Tsar Nicoulai Caviar? Or bombolone and cappuccino from I Preferiti di Boriana and freshly squeezed organic juice from Frog Hollow Farm? For a more leisurely brunch, the communal table amid the hanging copper pots and home-made produce of Boulettes Larder (+1 415 399 1155, is the perfect place to pore over the newspapers. Brunch specialties at Boulettes Larder include creamy scrambled eggs with seasonal squash, herbs and hollandaise.


With the Bay Bridge in sight, San Fran's waterfront promenade (aka The Embarcadero) is the perfect place to spend a leisurely hour or two. Hire a bike and follow the path from the Ferry Building along the water's edge to the Golden Gate Bridge. Pit stops along the way include the TCHO chocolate shop and factory, the oh-so-kitsch Pier 39 and the aquarium. Keep your eyes peeled for Alcatraz Island.


If two wheels don't appeal, raise the adrenalin and the glamour factor with a scenic helicopter ride and clap eyes on the rust-red harp-like spans of the Golden Gate Bridge from above. Don't be surprised when the pilot-cum-tour guide changes direction suddenly and loops under this engineering marvel. It's a tricky manoeuvre only a lucky few have experienced.

San Francisco Helicopters, +1 800 400 2404,


The chopper experience finishes back at Fisherman's Wharf, where lunch should be one of the city's famed dishes: clam chowder served in a bowl made of sourdough bread. From here, turn your back on the bay and stroll down Taylor Street to the Cable Car terminus. Climb aboard one of San Fran's famous open-air cars, fully operational since 1873 and the last of their kind in the world.


Alight for a spot of shopping. San Francisco has a reputation for fine home-grown designers and you'll find many of their shops on the steep streets of North Beach, the city's Italian hub. Al, of Al's Attire (1314 Grant Avenue, +1 415 693 9900,, has a penchant for bespoke shirts, dresses and jackets tailor-fitted and designed from his own collection of vintage cloth. For matching accessories, Goorin Bros. hat shop (1612 Stockton Street, +1 415 402 0454, has ceiling-high shelves piled with fedoras, trilbies, flat caps, woollen scarves and gloves.

To read how Penny spent her remaining hours in San Francisco visit The Age Traveller.

Penny Watson travelled courtesy of California Tourism.

Friday, June 11, 2010

Journey with Jansz

Australia’s leading sparkling vineyard is set to host an extraordinary wine and food event in Brisbane, at The Landing at Dockside: the Journey with Jansz gala dinner with winemaker Natalie Fryar and chefs Philip Johnson and Marcus Turner.

In a small corner of north-eastern Tasmania, deep in the heart of the Pipers River region, a wine revolution has been slowly evolving. This is the home of the Jansz Tasmania Vineyard, producer of Australia’s very best sparkling wines, and the first made according to the traditional methode champenoise – a legacy of Louis Roederer, the prestigious champagne house involved in the very foundation of the Jansz vineyard in 1986.

On Wednesday evening, August 25, Brisbane wine aficionados and devout sparkling followers will have the opportunity to take A Journey with Jansz, as part of an extraordinary Wine Dinner hosted by famed Jansz Vineyard winemaker, Natalie Fryer, with a menu created by two of Australia’s most celebrated chefs - e’cco bistro’s Philip Johnson, and Era Bistro’s Marcus Turner.

This very unique event will see guests enjoy an all-bubbles dining experience featuring all five marquee wines from the Jansz vineyard, matched with an exciting menu by Johnson and Turner. Wines to be featured include the Jansz Premium NV Cuvée; Jansz Premium NV Rosé; Jansz Tasmania Vintage Cuvée; Jansz Tasmania Vintage Rosé and the Jansz Tasmania Late Disgorged Premium Vintage Cuvée.

This is the first time Jansz has held a wine and food event open to the general public. The Jansz vineyard lies in the Tamar Valley, on the Northern Tasmanian wine Route, in a region known as Sparkling Tasmania, with the name Jansz paying homage to Tasmania’s namesake, the Dutch explorer Abel Jansz Tasman.

With a climate close to that of Champagne and Burgundy, two of the world’s most famous wine growing regions, the area has captured the imagination of many world-renowned Champagne houses. The head of Louis Roederer, Jean-Claude Rouzard was personally involved in establishing the vineyard, planting it with the classic varieties of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. The utra-cool growing conditions saw these grapes ripen slowly, developing intense, delicate and refined flavours – the very essence of top quality Sparkling Wine.
A boutique auction will be held on the evening with all proceeds going to Variety Australia. Auction experiences include a VIP trip for 2 to Tasmania staying at Jansz of Tasmania guest house including airfares, accommodation and a VIP Jansz experience and gourmet picnic among the vines; dinner for four at e’cco bistro and Era Bistro including wines from the Hill-Smith Family Vineyards and more. 

What: Journey with Jansz
Date: Wednesday August 25th
Time: 6:30pm
Venue: The Landing at Dockside
Cost: $190.00pp all inclusive of food & wine and entertainment
Music: Five-piece band, The Socialites
MC: 4BC’s Alex Bernard
Charity: Variety, The Children’s Charity
Tickets: or phone 1300 762 545 

Thursday, June 10, 2010

The Elephant Park

Inspired by a dream, created with passion, The Elephant Park in Bali is the only park in the world where you can sleep in luxurious surrounds amongst rare, indigenous Sumatran elephants.

This luxury private purpose-built lodge in Ubud offers a world exclusive experience to interact, feed, ride, observe, learn, play and stay with 27 beautiful Sumatran elephants, one of the most endangered species of elephant. 

Featuring all the trappings of a luxury boutique resort, the lodge is for everyone from elephant lovers, children and families and to those who enjoy the peace and tranquillity of being ensconced in beautiful tropical parkland surrounds.

The lodge is also ideal for couples seeking a unique and intimate romantic gateway in one of the most spectacular settings in Bali.

Escape Travel is offering 3 nights at The Elephant Park from $825


• Return economy international airfare to Denpasar.
• 3 nights accommodation at the 4-Star Elephant Safari Park Lodge in a Garden View Room.
• Return private car airport transfers.
• Fruit platter, cold towel and welcome drink on arrival.
• Continental breakfast daily.
• Choice of day or night Elephant Ride.
• Entrance to the Park, Museum, Gallery and four times Elephant Shows daily.
• Elephant Chauffeur to dinner.
• Use of Fitness Room and Park Relaxation Pavilion and Gazebo.
• Hands-on morning and afternoon Elephant Bathing and petting.
• Internet access.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

All-Inclusive Packages at Beachcomber's Resorts

In the current economic climate All-Inclusive holidays are becoming more and more popular. Beachcomber is aware that many guests prefer to budget fully for their holiday or honeymoon and have four resorts with all-inclusive packages.

All-inclusive is an obvious choice for families as it allows the kids to snack all day. They can order their soft-drinks, ice-creams and pancakes throughout the day with the knowledge that there will be no frightening bill at the end of your stay. At the same time, that cocktail at sundown, a wine or drink with lunch and dinner (or whenever the bars are open!), and an after dinner specialty coffee will no longer come back to haunt you on departure.

Le Victoria

All-Inclusive packages are also great for couples wanting to get away from it all or for friends travelling in a party.

Le Mauricia and Le Canonnier

Le Victoria (4 Star +), Le Mauricia and Le Canonnier (both 4 Stars) all have optional all-inclusive packages which are added to the normal inclusions of breakfast and dinner.

Shandrani Resort & Spa

Shandrani Resort & Spa (5 Star) has a fully inclusive policy and is the first and only fully inclusive five star resort in Mauritius. This means that from the time you arrive until the time you depart almost everything at the resort is included.

Dinarobin Hotel Golf & Spa

Dinarobin Hotel Golf & Spa (5 Star +) offers The Club - similar to "Club" or "Executive" floors that are a feature of up-market hotels in most of the world's capital cities. At The Club you can have a drink, read a paper, have access to computers, enjoy your breakfast and snack throughout the day.

Click on the hotels below for full details of each of the packages offered.
Shandrani Fully-Inclusive
Le Victoria All-Inclusive
Le Mauricia/Le Canonnier All-Inclusive
Dinarobin - 'The Club'