Val d’Isère

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Val d’Isère

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Val d’Isère

The capital of French skiing, Val d‘Isère is one of the world’s most prestigious winter-sports destinations. While the resort attracts many expert skiers and snowboarders, the terrain is well-suited to the mainstream skier. With high-quality accommodation, chic boutiques and deluxe chalets, a holiday to Val D’Isère can be expensive but visitors with more limited budgets can still find value for their money in this top resort.

The resort of Val d’Isere offers a great selection of activities for you to partake in when you are not skiing. These include ice driving, helicopter trips, ice skating, micro lighting, fat biking, winter cycling, a recreational fun zone, sleigh area, ice climbing, dog sleigh rides, snowshoe hikes and paragliding.

Within walking distances you’ll have access to ATMs, retail shops as well as several supermarkets. There is also a small medical centre and pharmacy located in the centre of town.

Mountain Terrain

Val d’Isere has a great reputation amongst skiers and there is no surprise why. The ski area, combined with Tignes, forms I’Espace Killy, which offers around 300km of runs that will suit skiers of every experience level. With 100 ski lifts connecting the runs, high altitudes of up to 3500m and access to glaciers, Val d’Isere promises the best conditions and the best terrain to ensure you get what you came for on your skiing holiday.


Val d’Isere is one of the most famous ski destinations in the world. This alpine playground in the heart of the French Alps offers some of the best skiing in the world.

Great skiing and fabulous apres ski. There’s a huge choice of shops where you can buy everything from local cheese and vintage wines to designer skiwear and fine art. The latest equipment is available to buy or rent from sports shops across the town. When hunger sets in there’s plenty to make your mouth water.

Restaurants are a major plus point in Val d’Isère. Whether you want a gourmet meal or a simple snack, you can eat extraordinarily well. Up the mountain, you have the choice of welcoming eateries that range from self-services with a sensibly-priced dish of the day, to gourmet restaurants serving exquisite regional and international cuisine. Back in town, the choice of dining opportunities is world class, with two Michelin-starred establishments leading the way.

After a short warm-up, La Face is best tackled first thing in the morning when it has been freshly groomed. It’s a real delight, but be aware that this run is only suitable for skiers who’ve reached a competent level of expertise. It’s most definitely not for beginners or low intermediates.

Val d’Isère offers a vast ski area with great snow and optimal weather conditions for skiing. Temperatures are regularly subzero during the day and/or at night during the entire winter season, as well as in April. This maintains snow cover, even without new snowfalls. The snow is always there!

Room NameDateNightsBasisPer Person (ZAR)FlightsContact to Book
LivignoStandard Room07 – 21 December ’247Land Only27,730.00No flights
LivignoStandard Room21 – 28 December ’247Land Only44,720.00No flights
LivignoStandard RoomDecember 20247Land OnlyPrice on RequestNo flights
LivignoStandard RoomDecember 20247Land OnlyPrice on RequestNo flights
SaalbachStandard RoomDecember 20247Land OnlyPrice on RequestNo flights
SaalbachStandard RoomDecember 20247Land OnlyPrice on RequestNo flights
SaalbachStandard RoomDecember 20247Land OnlyPrice on RequestNo flights
St JohannStandard Room14 – 21 December ’247Land Only35,620.00No flights
St JohannStandard Room21 – 28 December ’247Land Only37,860.00No flights
Val dIsereStandard Room20 Jan – 27 Jan ’247Land Only46,172.00No flights
Val dIsereStandard Room10 Feb – 17 Feb ’237Land Only51,985.00No flights
Val ThorensStandard RoomDecember 20247Land Only Price on requestNo flights
Zell am SeeStandard RoomDecember 20247Land Only Price on requestNo flights
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Package Includes

  • 10 Days Bryte Travel Insurance R25 million / Per Person (Valid From 4 months to 69 Years).
  • Arrival shuttle transfer from Geneva airport to Val D’Isère
  • Accommodation: 4* Hotel Ormelune 1 Double / Standard Double Room / Dinner Bed and Breakfast – 7 nights
  • Val d’Isère Ski Pass – 06 Days
  • 06 Days Beginner Ski Set (skis, boots and poles)
  • Return shuttle transfer from Val D’Isère to Geneva airport
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Package Excludes

You need to consider the following when you budget for your trip, as it may not be included in the package price:

  • Airfare, taxes and surcharges (unless otherwise stated)
  • Travel and Medical Insurance (unless otherwise stated)
  • Ski lessons and ski equipment (Optional extra unless otherwise stated)
  • Entertainment programme (Optional extra unless otherwise stated)
  • Passport and visas
  • Meals and drinks not mentioned
  • Local Taxes to settle directly upon check out +- Euro 2.20 pp/pn
  • Additional activities and excursions etc
  • Early check-in and late check-out (unless specified)
  • Just Ski Consulting and Travel Assist Fee of R420.00
  • Preseating on flights if not included by the airline
  • Courier fees if applicable
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Group Ski Lessons:
06 Day Group – 2,5 hours per day:  Per Child/Adult  R6,750.00




Val d’Isere is an attractive, sophisticated town so eating out can be expensive unless you’re not fussy. There is a large selection of choices in the town as well as on the mountain. If fine dining excites you then this is definitely the resort for you.


France has always been considered second to that of Austria when it comes to après-ski. Val d’Isere however tries to compete when it comes to both on and off the slopes. With the famous La Folie Douce being based in Val d’Isere, it’s always sure to provide a memorable experience. Other notable must-see places include Cocorico and Dick’s Tea Bar.

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