Malisa & Steven

Malisa & Steven's Wedding

Romance Travel Expert Kiki Dimakis

You are invited on our wedding trip to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
We are getting married on November 13, 2018, at the
Jellyfish Beach Restaurant

A Destination Weddings by Kiki Holiday
- November 11 to 18, 2018 –
One Week, All Inclusive
– Majestic Colonial Punta Cana-

Malisa & Steven have selected the Majestic Colonial Punta Cana Resort, 4.5 stars. Here is a link to the resort:

All inclusive package includes:

  • Roundtrip airfare from either Toronto or Vancouver (unless you are booking land only)
  • Roundtrip transfers from airport to the resort and back (not included for land only)
  • 4.5-star hotel accommodation
  • 3 meals daily plus 24-hour snacks (a la carte dinners, reservations required & dress code in effect)
  • All drinks (unlimited domestic alcoholic & non-alcoholic beverages, select premium drinks by the glass, house wine with meals)
  • Room service (fee applicable for guests staying in Junior Suite with Jacuzzi Rooms. For Colonial Club guests it is included 24 hours)
  • Kids Club (4-14 years)
  • Games Area
  • 3 kids pools (includes a freshwater & waterslide)
  • Daily activities
  • Non-motorized water sports & land sports
  • Evening Entertainment


Vancouver - Toronto 10- Nov- 2018 22:30 11- Nov- 18 07:47

Toronto - Punta Cana 11- Nov- 2018 11:15 11- Nov- 18 16:35

Punta Cana - Toronto 18- Nov- 2018 17:50 18- Nov- 18 21:20

Toronto - Vancouver 18- Nov- 2018 22:55 19- Nov- 18 01:14

For more information on resort inclusions, take a look at the Air Canada Vacations link:


A valid passport is required. You may also need a tourist card (US$10 or €10) or a visa.


Citizens of countries who are legally able to enter the European Union, Great Britain, the United States of America or Canada may enter the Dominican Republic by presenting a Tourist Card.

The Tourist Card is valid for a year from the date of purchase and is valid for an up to 30-day visit for one person who will only be able to use it once. The Tourist Card can be acquired at point of sale locations in land, air or sea ports in the country. It is also sold at Dominican embassies and consulate offices overseas and by tour operating companies. It can be purchased online at

Tourists staying beyond the usual 30-day period need to pay a proportional fee depending on the extension, which can be paid at the Department of Migration or at the migration desk upon departure.


The Dominican Republic issues tourist, business, work, student and residency visas. Tourist visas can be issued for one or several entries and can be extended to 60 days. For more details on the visas, see or

See this list for citizens who need to request a visa at Dominican consulates abroad. Sri Lanka citizens will need a visa.

Countries Needing a Visa to Enter the Dominican Republic

See a list of the consulates at the top right-hand corner of this page of the Ministry of Foreign Relations website:



Pricing Information:

Pricing Information:

$250/person due by January 18, 2018. Deposits are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
We have been provided with an amazing offer from Destination Weddings by Kiki at Marlin Travel and we would like to pass these savings on to our guests. The first 40 people to get their deposits to our travel agent will take advantage of the great savings.
Rates are per person in Canadian dollars. All prices include taxes

Final Payment:
September 27, 2018

Vancouver Departure

Room Category: Junior Suite with Jacuzzi all inclusive

Single Occupancy: $2375
Double occupancy: $1958
Per adult Child 2-12 yrs old: $1325

ON REQUEST BASIS ONLY: Room Category, ADULT ONLY: Colonial Club Junior Suite with Jacuzzi all inclusive

Double occupancy: $2036 per adult

Toronto Departure

Room Category: Junior Suite with Jacuzzi all inclusive

Single Occupancy: $2215
Double occupancy: $1798
Per adult Child 2-12 yrs old: $1140

ON REQUEST BASIS ONLY: Room Category, ADULT ONLY: Colonial Club Junior Suite with Jacuzzi all inclusive

Double occupancy: $1876 per adult

Land Only, Nov 11-18 (transfers not included)

Room Category: Junior Suite with Jacuzzi all inclusive

Single Occupancy: $1661
Double occupancy: $1180
Per adult Child 2-12 yrs old: $466

ON REQUEST BASIS ONLY: Room Category, ADULT ONLY: Colonial Club Junior Suite with Jacuzzi all inclusive
Double occupancy: $1282 per adult

The Fine Print:

Regarding flight times: They are in pre-registration at that moment which means they are not out in the system yet. Please note, the flight from Vancouver will leave on Nov 10th on a red-eye via Toronto and coming home it will leave on Nov 18th via Toronto and possible arrive after midnight on Nov 19th.

Deposits of $250 per person, including children, are required to secure space. Deposits are due by 4 pm on January 18, 2018. Deposits are non-refundable and non-transferrable.

Final payment is due by 4 pm on September 27, 2018. Late payments are not accepted. Any vacations that are not paid by this date will be canceled at loss of deposit.

Looking to make payments between now and final payment date? I am very flexible with when clients make payments. If you would like to make payments weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or any way that fits your schedule, please let me know and we can make arrangements. This service is free of charge.

Insurance Information:

In most cases your travels with go without a hitch. You’ll not have to experience the nightmare of being seriously ill or injured in a foreign country. But if you do, the last thing you want is not having the support or financial means by which to get treated and flown home.
For that alone, travel insurance is worth every cent and Destination Weddings by Kiki can assist you with this! Pricing is listed in your passenger contract that was sent to you by Malisa & Steven. If you need different coverage please contact us to discuss.

The Manulife Premium Protection Plan is designed for residents of Canada who:

a) are covered with a government health insurance plan for the policy duration;
b) are age 69 or younger (at the time of purchasing the policy);
c) are travelling for a maximum of 23 days inclusive of any extension (including the date you leave on your trip and including the date you
return home);
d) are listed as Insured Person(s) on the confirmation of coverage (for ease of reference, these persons may also be referred to as ‘you’ or ‘your’
throughout this policy); and
e) purchased the plan within 72 hours of making a deposit or initial payment on the trip travel arrangements.


Coverage includes Trip Cancellation and Trip Interruption, Travel Disruption, Emergency Medical, Baggage Loss, Damage and Delay and Travel Accident. These benefits provide coverage for ACCIDENTS, INJURIES, UNEXPECTED ILLNESSES AND OTHER UNFORESEEN EVENTS that
occur during the policy period unless the event or situation causing your claim is specifically excluded in the section

Please visit for the full policy details

The 3 key parts of travel insurance

Here we outline simply what each major part actually does:
1. Medical Emergencies & Evacuation
As mentioned above, If there is one reason to buy travel insurance, this is it.
Hospital costs abroad can approach $10,000 per day, while emergency transport home for treatment (medical evacuation) can easily exceed $100,000. Definitely take the time to read this part in detail, especially the areas of cover for emergency evacuation, limits on medical expenses and cover for emergency dental work. Also make careful note of the general exclusions, which are outlined in the description of the coverage (policy wording).

2. Trip cancellation
This covers you for costs if you suddenly find you can’t go on your trip for some unforeseen reason such as illness, an accident, a death of a close relative or canceling for any reason*. The important thing to remember here is that for this section to be useful, you have to buy travel insurance at the time of booking.

If you are unable to travel due to any unexpected event that occurs before the departure date stated on your confirmation of coverage, we will pay 100%, up to the covered amount as indicated on your confirmation of coverage:

A. For the prepaid unused portion of your travel arrangements that are non-refundable; and
B. For any published cancellation fees and/or amendment fees that you have incurred if you cancelled your trip, provided the cost of those fees were included in the covered amount for your trip cancellation coverage.
*Our “cancel for any reason” benefit:
• If you use the Cancel for Any Reason Benefit– 75% of Non-refundable amounts 7 days or more prior to departure, 75% of Non-refundable amounts capped at $1500, 6 days to 24 hours prior to departure.

3. Baggage & personal belongings
Any insurer expects you to take ‘reasonable care’ of your belongings which means a claim may be denied if you leave your camera in a shared room in a hostel or in your car overnight (unsupervised in a public place) and it’s stolen. You must file a police report as soon you notice money or your personal belonging(s) has been stolen otherwise your claim will be denied.

*Not all travel insurance is the same.

All travel insurance policies have specific benefits and exclusions so it’s common sense, imperative, and absolutely necessary to take the time to read the policy wording carefully. These vary depending on which country you are from, so please take the time and always contact us if you are unsure about anything

Documents Needed:


Any exceptions will be noted upon request with Destination Weddings by Kiki and its appointed Agents.


For other nationalities please contact your Travel Agent or appropriate Consulate for details.


Please, contact the agent to send the information

Thanks, Malisa & Steven