Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Coral Seas Samoa Sinalei Reef Offer
**Sinalei Reef Resort & Spa**
6 Days/5 Nights from AUD $1835pp*
Visit the tropical island of Samoa characterised by friendly locals, lush vegetation and a soothing island ambience. This package includes five nights accommodation in a garden bungalow and all delicious meals at the lush Sinalei Reef Resort. Take advantage of their brand new beachfront treatment spa - perched at the water's edge - for a sure fire way to experience the most tranquil of breaks.
*Package includes return economy class airfares with Polynesian Blue including all pre-payable airport taxes, return airport transfers, five nights accommodation in a Garden Fale, Tropical breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Prices are twin share, subject to change and availability. Flights are based on special fare levels and must be booked and paid in full within full in five days, and/or by instant purchase. Flights are ex SYD & BNE; ex MEL is $1,915 with airfare surcharges applying over high seasons. Valid for booking by 31 Jul 2010, for travel from 01 Jun – 31 March 2011 inclusive, until booked out. Prices are correct as of 15 June 2010.
For more information or to book this package, please call 1800 641 203 or visit www.coralseas.com.au for more Coral Seas special deals.
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