Full Moon Beach Party at Djibouti Palace Kempinski in Djibouti

- Sameer Poonja, Raised in a family of luxury tour operators, Sameer Poonja, Kiwi Collection's Vice President of Technology, was literally "born to do this." As a member of the "100 mile club," Sameer has visited more than 100 countries and learned more and more about the luxury travel industry in each and every one of them. He is a consummate professional and conducts himself - professionally and personally - with a grace and candor that befit his background and experience. Never doubting his choice, Sameer has spent his entire career working in the hospitality and luxury hotel industry. As a licensed university teacher of hospitality graduates, he also has the ability to impart his wealth of knowledge upon those who wish to follow a similar path to his. As a technology expert, Sameer has been involved in the creation of various technology solutions for the hospitality industry, such as Property Management Systems and Online Booking Engines. He was also instrumental in developing Coca Cola's first Canadian wireless vending solution for hotels, enabling authorization to be carried out dynamically through the hotel property management system. Considering the amount of time and energy that Sameer has spent traveling around the world, it may come as no surprise that he speaks 4 languages. A modern day "Renaissance Man," he enjoys everything from acting to scuba-diving, white-water rafting to sky-diving, mountain safaris to sports, music and theatre to reading and traveling. Kiwi Collection is proud to have him as part of the team.

Djibouti is a tiny African nation at the Gulf of Aden (close to the Red Sea). Travelers usually spend their time enjoying the desert scenery.

Djibouti is not your typical travel destination, which actually makes it a neat place to visit if you want to go somewhere a little off the beaten track.

Luckily for those of us who enjoy a bit of luxury, you won’t have to rough it during your trip to Djibouti. Found in the capital city, Djibouti Palace Kempinski is a convenient and refreshing gem. You’ll find it only a quick drive from the airport, and will enjoy this hotel’s lovely beachfront location.

Djibouti Palace Kempinski has a special beach package quickly approaching!

Lac Assal in DjiboutiFrom October 1 to October 4, 2009, guests will receive a lavish buffet breakfast, airport transfer, VAT and service charge all along the most pristine beach in Djibouti. At night, guests can party it up to great tracks from DJ Constantino. The package costs $150 per night.

In addition, If you book your flight with flydubai on October 1, returning October 4, you’ll get 40% of flydubai’s one way tax inclusive fares. (enter FZEMPINSKI as a promotional code when booking your flight).

Other things to do in Djibouti include snorkeling and diving in the Red Sea and taking a trip to the Lac Assal, the world’s saltiest body of water.

Check out some photos of Djibouti Palace Kempinski below, and have a great time on your trip to this unusual African nation:





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