A new travel company pledges to offer an all-inclusive luxury travel experience – with an adventurous streak. ToAdventures is proud to announce the launch of its exclusive Bahamas travel package, which includes participation in exciting survivor-like games on the island, during which guests have the chance to meet and compete against Survivor reality show alums.
Survivor, a highly-popular CBS original, is currently in its 36th season, and garners high ratings, as well as significant public interest, which hasn’t shown any signs of decline since the show’s release. Survivor pulls an average of 8 million viewers per episode, and appears to be a favorite among viewers aged 18-49, which also happen to be those with a keen interest in adventure-themed travel.
ToAdventures acknowledged the potential of combining an exotic travel package with a Survivor-like experience, whose authenticity is boosted by the participation of actual past contestants of the show. The one-of-a-kind package includes a 7-day stay at the Melia Nassau Bahamas which includes an all-you-can-eat buffet and select drinks, as well as select special “once-in-a-lifetime” activities. The latter include, but are not limited to, a variety of survivor-like games; a sea lion excursion; a stingray excursion, as well as the use of the majority of the hotel’s non-motorized water sports equipment.
“We are excited to announce our ToAdventures Survivor experience, which is sure to amaze even the most dedicated fans of the show!” said Mr. Richard Whitehead, ToAdventures media representative. He continued, “Our company has prepared exciting events that will help our clients scratch their adventure itch, while allowing them to live out their Survivor dreams, the way they deserve!”
Those wishing to secure a spot at the maiden ToAdventures Survivor-themed Bahamas experience can do so for the low price of $497, with the rest of the amount to be paid 30 days prior to take off.
Reservations for the ToAdventures Bahamas Survivor-Like Adventure can be made through this dedicated page on the company’s website. The company advises all interested parties to act fast, as there is limited spot availability.
To learn more about ToAdventures, please visit: www.ToAdventures.com