In response to increasing demand for safaris in Africa, African Travel, Inc has announced new packages for 2021 that deliver unique experiences to guests in South Africa, Namibia and Botswana. They are
This 10-day package will see visitors exploring the Selinda Reserve, one of Botswana’s most prolific wildlife areas; flying over the Makgadikgadi Pans and, relaxing at the Xigera Safari Lodge. Guests who want to vacation in privacy and style would especially love this package
This is a 10-day flying package that gives guests the opportunity to explore the sights and sounds of Namibia in luxurious comfort, including the iconic red dunes of Sossusvlei. Other activities include tracking black and white rhinos, learning about ground-breaking giraffe research, and, sleeping in a shipwrecked lodge with a view of epic sundowners on the Roaring Dunes.
The South African safari is a 9-day affair that would see travellers going from Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa to the vineyards of Mont Rochelle in an exploration of Cape Town. They would also fly to Shamwari Private Game Reserve to enjoy the wildlife and learn about the rich biodiversity of the region. This package offers guests more than a chance to connect with nature as African Travel, Inc. will donate $100 per couple towards rhino conservation in honour of The Travel Corporation’s (TTC) 100-year anniversary.
For 9 days, guests will be abroad the Rovos Rail, travelling through space and time in exploration of famous sites such as the Kimberly, one of the world’s famous diamond rushes; the Fish River Canyon, and, the Etosha National Park.
Visitors who book any of these trips by the 31st of December will enjoy complimentary offers including a complimentary upgrade to Shamwari’s new luxury tented camp, Sindile in South Africa and access to a 1-hour private massage in their Zarafa Suite in Botswana.
“As an industry leader and the only luxury safari company focused exclusively on Africa, we are Africa—it’s in our DNA,” said Sherwin Banda, president of African Travel, Inc. “Now more than ever, Africa needs travel to support Africa’s wildlife and its local communities, as one in ten Africans is employed through tourism. With travel on the mend, travellers need someone like African Travel to share how to experience the best parts of Africa while having a positive impact.”
African Travel, Inc has a new commitment to their guest’s well-being and their 2021 Platinum Collection experiences are designed to meet the demand of clients for more private options including air charters, villas and tented suites and private guides.
Source: Travel Pulse