Trinidad Carnival Travel Packages Still Available

NEW YORK – Anyone with 11th hour plans to attend the 2010 edition of Trinidad and Tobago’s Carnival can still take advantage of the limited number of special last minute, land-only packages remaining for “the greatest show on earth.”

Antilia Offering Affordable Luxury For Cultural Celebration

Antilia’s negotiated hotel rates and special assistance from the Trinidad and Tobago Tourism Development Company offer exclusive and affordable access to Carnival which culminates February 15 and 16 in the throbbing streets of Port of Spain.

Many elements of Carnival are known to be over-subscribed months in advance, and Trinidadian Simon Khan, Antilia’s CEO, said his company’s special VIP packages represent “affordable luxury,” delivering an insider’s guide to the “best of the best” for both the first-time masquerader and the seasoned adventurer in search of the ultimate carnival experience.

“Imagine jet-setting to an exotic destination to participate in one of the greatest cultural celebrations on earth without having to endure the months of preparation and planning usually involved in booking your trip, and then gaining access to exclusive parties or securing an intricately designed, hand-made costume,” encouraged Khan, whose Caribbean entertainment company is dedicated to the global promotion of Caribbean culture, entertainment and tourism.

The six-night packages from February 12 to 18 represent both incredible value and complete convenience.

Land-only travel packages start at US$2,000 and include 4-Star luxury accommodation and breakfast at the Hyatt Regency and Carlton Savannah hotels; VIP party tickets (Triniposse – Saturday, February 13 and Brian Lara – Sunday, February 14); airport transfers; chauffeur/ driver services; 24-hour concierge; and in-room costume fitting and tailoring.

Antilia Travel opens up its network of the best of Trinidad and Tobago to its guests. “We partnered with the best hotels, hottest Carnival bands, airlines with the best schedules, greatest fĂȘtes and finest driver services in the islands. With a perfect mixture of VIP style and local know-how, Antilia Travel provides a Carnival experience that is unforgettably exhilarating,” Khan confirmed.

The marketing professional reinforced that “travelers to the Caribbean are now seeking a total experience, and we are able to offer a value proposition that combines products and services which have not been available before at Trinidad Carnival.”

Helping the experience to flow, the twin island nation’s tourism teams have linked up with Antilia to offer these hassle-free VIP travel packages to attract the growing number of travelers who want more from their voyages than a book on the beach with occasional trips to the bar.

Special add-ons also are available, such as a two-day post-Carnival retreat to sister-island Tobago at the Le Grand Courlan all-inclusive spa resort; professional make-up application for Carnival Monday and Tuesday; and spa packages for Ash Wednesday.

The deadline for booking the packages is January 31, 2010.

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