Dive Damai Launches Keep the Flame Alive Special

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Dive Damai Launches Keep the Flame Alive Special

April 10, 2020 - 20:42
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Dear All Valued Customers,

We understand that in these challenging times we are mainly focused on daily routines and adapting to our confinement in our homes. However, this strange reality will end soon and we will all want to spread our wings again.

To give some optimism and hope that this will end sooner rather than later we want to offer some possibilities to all of you who refuse to give in and want to start travelling as soon as the situation reverses, to follow your passion of exploring the far flung corners of the earth and being some of the first to get back in the water.

DAMAi is launching a “ keep the flame alive” package, that we hope you will take full advantage of. 

This package is for new bookings secured from today onwards and valid until Indonesia lift its border restrictions. 

  • Package rates are USD3,250 for 7 nights and DAMAI I on a twin share cabin for all bookings in 2020 and 2021. These are heavily discounted rates as our published rates are USD575 per night in 2020 and USD595 for 2021
  • Bookings for DAMAI II would be subject to an additional USD50 per person and night,
  • To secure the booking, we would need only a 10% deposit to be paid within 2 weeks and the balance should be paid 3 months prior to departure. Please note that in order to offer security and ease of mind:
  • There will be no need to pay the balance if the restrictions are still being in place when the due date arrives
  • In the event that the trip cannot be conducted due to ongoing travel  restrictions either indoor country of origin or Indonesia,  guests who booked under this special package, will have the possibility of rescheduling the trip for free

Please let me know if there is anything else you might need from us, and in the meantime, please stay safe.

Best regards

Damai Team

Dive Damai - Redefining the Concept of Liveaboards - www.dive-damai.com

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