TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- The Indiana State basketball team will play three exhibition contests in the Bahamas during a preseason international trip from August 11-15 at the Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island.
Anthony Travel has put together a travel package to follow the team to The Atlantis Resort and are available now by by calling 1-866-913-7169 and asking to speak with Tami Parchman or Isaac Heller. Reservation information is also available by e-mailing International@AnthonyTravel.com.
Fans wishing to travel with the team can do so for $2,945 (single) or $2,350 (double) per person including roundtrip airfare. Without airfare, the cost is $2,545 (single) or $1,950 (double) per person.
While this will be a basketball focused tour, there will be plenty of time in between action on the hardwood to relax and enjoy the Bahamas breeze. The group will depart on August 11 from Indianapolis and returns on August 15.
The travel packages include roundtrip airfare (if purchased) on a one-stop commercial flight aboard Delta Airlines which will depart Indianapolis at 10:40 a.m. (ET) on August 11. The return flight will occur late on the evening of August 15.
Both package options include roundtrip airport transfers, four (4) nights accommodations in the Royal Towers of The Atlantis, daily breakfast, tickets to all three Sycamore basketball games, gameday transportation as well as on site assistance from Anthony Travel.
A $500 per person deposit is required to book the trip by May 1 to guarantee a spot in the travel party. Final payment is due June 1. There are a limited number of spots on the team flight and packages are available on a first-come, first served basis.
A valid United States passport is required to enter the Bahamas and obtaining that document is the responsibility of each individual traveler.
About The Atlantis Resort On Paradise Island:
The Atlantis Resort is a legendary and lavish property on Paradise Island, located near Nassau in the Bahamas and just a hop from Florida. The Atlantis has 140 acres of water parks, lagoons, polls and waterfalls. The Atlantis Resort has a beautiful white-sand beach to enjoy. Guests can also cool off in multiple swimming pools, or a seven acre lagoon with a shallow sandy shore (and kayaks plus other water toys available to rent). The Atlantis has some of the largest tanks full of seas life in the world and guests can get a subterranean view of these giant aquariums by descending to The Dig, an Atlantis-themed maze of chambers. The resort has a giant casino, spa, a wide choice of restaurants and spectacular glass sculptures and other pieces by well known artists. The Marina Village area offers shops and resturants as well as a chance to ogle truly large yachts.