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Bargain Snow Mt Ski Trip

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Hi Guys i have been offer this Bargain Group buy Ski Trip for Only $198p/p

The Itinerary are as following:

Day One:

Gather at meeting point in the evening, catch Charter Coach from Sydney to Snowy Mountain. Rest at café or petrol station in between traveling, dinner at own expense. Upon arrival, our Professional Local Guide will assist for Ski Rental equipments, clothing and accessories. First tour guarantees to stay at Berridale or nearby area.

Day Two:

After breakfast, transfer to Smiggin Holes OR Perisher Blue, guests can enjoy the beautiful Snowy Mt. scenery OR own expense to travel SKI TUBE as optional. Hot Pot Seafood Dinner in the evening. (Guarantee departure from Snowy Mt. at 4:00 pm)

Day Three:

After breakfast, transfer to Thredbo, it provides the largest man made snow machine at the Southern Hemisphere. Guests can purchase Cable Car at own expense for scenery enjoyment. (Guarantee departure from Snowy Mt. at 2:00 pm)


7~8 People shares one Room = $198p/p

5~6 People shares one Room = $218p/p

QUAD share = $238p/p

Triple share = $258p/p

Twin share = $288

Package Include: 2 nights accommodations 、2 Breakfasts、 1Seafood Hot Pot Dinner, GST inclusive

Package exclude: Ski Rental、Cable Car、Travel Insurance、Local Guide and Coach Captain Service Charge (Total from each guest $15)、Infant $90 (seat provide)、Weekend Surcharge $10 per person.

Gathering Point and Time:

§ City 05 : 00 pm (Sydney Entertainment Centre)

Depart Every MON, WED and FRIDAY. Starts From 13/06/11 Til 15/08/11

If you have any question please contact me on 0426888910 (Kevin), or PM me

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