In this blogpost, I will be taking a look at four destinations that SoolNua visited this year and the highlights of each destination.
Montage Palmetto Bluff: South Carolina
In the blog post: https://padraicino.com/montage-palmetto-bluff/ Pádraic shares his experience of staying at the impressive South Carolina Resort: ‘Montage Palmetto Bluff’ that hosted SITE Classic. Described as a destination with a “unique sense of place and spirit”, he paints a picture of the motivational setting, which includes many stunning descriptions of nature: “Nature, in her glorious abundance, graces the area with all manner of flora and fauna including
“Our final night involved a boat ride across the Bluff to More lands Landing during which enjoyed a wonderful setting sun and spied a duo of dolphins while being regaled by a lively captain named Boo.”
He also shares his experience visiting Malaysia in the post: https://padraicino.com/malaysia-incentive-travel/ . Highlights include: the “Tierasa Estate” which is a glamping facility found outside of the City of Kuala Lumpur which is located “in the the middle of the rainforest and is described as “an oasis of calm, a haven of happiness, a hideaway of hope.” He also discovers the “Resorts world Genting” which is a development that can accommodate as many as 20,000, people which is the population of a mid-sized town! The descriptions of the tour of the rainforest as well as the visit to Malacca, the UNESCO heritage s
Bodrum, The Aegean Sea
In this blog post, https://padraicino.com/bodrum-an-incentive-gem-on-the-aegean-sea/ Pádraic visits the Bodrum Peninsula, which is located in the south-west of the Aegean Sea “facing a constellation of islands, some Turkish, some Greek.” Between the “extraordinary choice of incentive-quality accommodation” and the various villages dotted along the coastline, including the village of Turkbuku which was described as the ‘San Tropez’ of Turkey it is the perfect destination for Incentive travellers. Another highlight of the trip was the medieval fort which houses Europe’s “only museum of underwater archaeology, displaying salvage items from 2 millennia of shipwrecks in the eastern Mediterranean.” With it’s “natural setting of azure skies and turquoise waters” Bodrum offers a range of experiences, world-class resorts and restaurants, as well as “easy access direct from Bodrum International Airport or via Istanbul.”
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