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Slovenia launches ‘Kids Ski Free’ campaign
May 2017 3308

Slovenia Tourist Board (STO), in cooperation with travel partners from the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Kuwait, has launched a ‘Kids Ski Free’ campaign to promote Slovenia as an ideal winter holiday destination for families seeking ski packages, snow adventures and fun experiences.

The ‘Kids Ski Free’ package spans four nights/five days and includes an overnight stay at a four star property including breakfast and dinner, double bed room with free additional bed for kids, complimentary hotel entertainment and recreational programs, three full day ski pass for two adults, winter activities such as: water aerobics, guided walks including Nordic walking basics, rural delicacy market tour, evening walks with torches, live music evenings, creative workshop for children, complimentary ticket at Zlodejevo Slidding Area, during which two children per family under the age of 11 can enjoy a three-day complimentary ski pass plus an array of activities, food, accommodation and other experiences on complimentary basis.

The ‘Kids Ski Free’ packages are available for booking from April 2017 until December 2017 with travel date options beginning January 2 until January 15, 2018 or any date between February 19 and March 19, 2018.

Over 30 partner travel agencies, hotels and resorts ranging from luxury four-star to stylish three-star accommodation are participating in the campaign, as are popular ski hotels and resorts including Rogla Ski Resort, Ski Resort Krvavec Ski, Cerkno Ski Resort, Vogel Ski resort and many more.

“The GCC is an emerging market for us, one which we see significant potential for growth. GCC nationals as well as many other nationalities are always looking for new destination where they will feel invigorated, has healthy lifestyle, green environment and a true winter wonderland. Slovenia is a perfect winter holiday destination for friends and families alike for its quality and value for money experiences,” adds Maja Pak,
director of STO.


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