Contiki offering exclusive VIP Splendour packages for 2017

Posted: 24 March 2017 3:54 pm News

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Millennial travel company Contiki is offering Splendour in the Grass 2017 packages with a host of VIP extras.

Popular with young intrepid Aussies, Contiki is no stranger to putting together jam-packed trip itineraries abroad. This year it's also offering a home-grown experience fit for a VIP with this Splendour in the Grass packages.

The Contiki Splendour in the Grass package seems to take care of everything. It includes:

  • 1x 3-day General Admission & Camping ticket
  • Return transport to Byron Bay (from Sydney, Brisbane or Gold Coast)
  • A "next-level" camping experience at the dedicated Splendour's Camp Contiki
  • Your tent set up for you ready for your arrival
  • A personal trip manager
  • Daily breakfast
  • An exclusive performance by a Splendour artist at Camp Contiki

The packages are available for purchase by the general public from 2pm on 6 April, 2017, but if you join the pre-registration list by 5th April, you'll get exclusive access to buy the packages first - from 9am-2pm on 6 April.

We can't find any information on the package prices yet and we suspect they won't be released until the purchase date.

The popular festival is yet to announce the line up ( stay tuned for announcements on Wednesday 29 March), but always proves to be a hit with tickets often selling out fast.

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