Club Med Bali reveals last-minute group travel deal

Club Med Bali reveals last-minute group travel deal
Edited by Travel Weekly

    Club Med has announced a new group travel deal: client bookings with 10 guests or more can explore the wonders of Club Med Bali with an all-inclusive package from only $983 per person.

    An offering suitable for seminars, incentive groups, team building, and CSR activities, the Group Travel Deal includes:

    · 4 nights at Club Med Bali, superior room with balcony, twin share

    · Return resort transfers

    · 3 gourmet meals per day

    · An open bar and all-day snacking

    · Water and land sports and activities

    · Daily and nightly entertainment

    · Private cocktail party*

    · Every 20th person stays for free*

    Guests will have access to a range of Must-try Experiences such as Paddle, Yoga by night, Windsurfing, and multicultural nights in addition to facilities including a spa, beach access and two swimming pools.

    The Group Travel Deal will be available to book from 15 April to 15 May 2024 with travel dates between 15 April and 30 November 2024.

    Bookings can be made directly with the Club Med MICE team by emailing or by calling +61 451 630 584.


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