Spectacular End Of The Year Show At Sunprime Tamala Beach Resort

Christmas Day at Sunprime Tamala Beach Resort was such a delight! No wonder it sold out. Many guests enjoyed open buffet dinner with good music and delicious, fresh and superb quality food. Absolutely nothing was missing in their tailored buffet which was constantly refilled. A wide range of starters, main dishes, salad bar and desserts and much more! All served in a clean and pleasant surrounding between Atlantic Ocean and a pool.

They ended a year 2020 with a spectacular show!

Tamala beach resort and its guests celebrated the new year 2021 together with Orchestra Baobab and Jalimadi. It was a fantastic show with over 1000 guests, delicious food, amazing atmosphere and extraordinary New Year’s celebration. 

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