Montreal, December 17, 2012
Transat, one of the largest integrated tourism companies in the world and leader in Canada’s holiday travel industry, enhances its south offer with the addition of Samana (Dominican Republic) and Roatan (Honduras) to its summer 2013 program.
Long sandy beaches, majestic mountains and lush vegetation make the Samana Peninsula the ideal destination for nature lovers and sports enthusiasts. With three magnificent resorts sold by Transat Holidays, two fabulous Nolitours hotels and a selection of exciting excursions to choose from, travellers can enjoy a harmonious blend of mountains, beaches, towns and villages rarely found elsewhere in the country.
Weekly flights to Samana are available from Toronto on Thursdays, and from Montreal on Fridays until October 31, 2013.
Crystal-clear waters and spectacular coral reefs teeming with marine life make Roatan a dream destination for scuba divers and snorkellers. This successful Nolitours’ program consisting of four beachfront hotels and various excursions has been prolonged by popular demand.
Weekly flights to Roatan are available from Montreal on Thursdays until May 23, 2013.
More Summer Sun Destinations
Transat Holidays and/or Nolitours will continue to feature Cancun/Riviera Maya, Puerto Vallarta/ Riviera Nayarit (from Montreal only), Punta Cana, Puerto Plata, Cayo Coco, Cayo Santa Maria, Holguin, Varadero, Camaguey (from Montreal only), Jamaica and Panama throughout the year.
About Transat Holidays
Year-round, Transat Holidays provides its customers across Canada with a full range of holiday products. It offers sun vacations, with a choice of more than 220 hotels, mainly in the Caribbean, Mexico and Florida, along with an impressive array of flights, packages and tours to some 30 European destinations. Transat Holidays also offers more than 100 cruises all around the world.
Nolitours offers its customers across Canada a wide variety of competitively priced holiday packages available year-round, for sun destinations in the Caribbean, Mexico and Central and South America.