Upon arrival in Malta, the group was escorted to old city of Mdina, where they were hosted for an al fresco lunch in one of the historical squares, dominated by the Relais & Chateau Palace. Following lunch, our Flemish speaking guides accompanied the group for a tour of the Silent City, during which they encountered a TELENET branded ice-cream tricycle that offered an ice-cream of their choice to all the participants. In the evening, it was already time to raise the bar. Old Timer Limousines escorted by Police motorbikes, accompanied the group to the Verdala Palace, the summer residence for the President of Malta, where the group has an elegant award ceremony during a symptous dinner, whilst being entertained by a classic Duo, playing contemporary music.
Timeless Elegance, Exclusive luxury and unexpected surprises were the key words in the client’s brief for this incentive trip that took place in October 2018.
Westin Dragonara Hotel
A dinner surrounded by the Summer Snow
The next day, the group visited Valletta, the capital city of Malta, stopping for a welcome drink and canapes, overlooking the famous three cities and the Grand Harbour. Lunch was served at Suq tal-Belt, an open food market, where the guests had the liberty to choose dishes from 12 different stalls. In the evening the group was transferred to a popular restaurant in Sliema ; The Chophouse, where a family serve meal, based on different cuts of meat was served accompanied by Maltese wines.
After a good night sleep, the group embarked a Catamaran directly from the hotel’s pontoon, direction the sister island of Malta: Gozo. Half way through the journey, a surprise was organised whereby two men in tuxedo, descended their way from a cliff directly to the catamaran to serve champagne to the guests. Once in Gozo, jeep transfer to the Kempinski hotel, where a lunch was served around one of the property’s pools. In the evening it was time for the last memorable and tear-jerking moment – an exclusive dinner on the Salt Pans of Qbajjar. Whilst taking photos and selfies of sunset, the guests were served an aperitif, followed by a dinner under the stars, whilst being entertained by a guitarist. The last day of the trip was characterised by a speedboat transfer to Malta and a lunch in the gardens of Palazzo Parisio, before heading to the airport.
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