African Travel, Inc. expands into Canada with new brochure

African Travel, Inc. expands into Canada with new brochure

TORONTO — African Travel, Inc., part of The Travel Corporation, has launched its first-ever Canadian version of its 2020 brochure.

The safari outfitter and tour operator, billed as North America’s longest established luxury safari operator with exclusive focus on the African continent, has listed all of its South Africa itineraries in Canadian dollars in the brochure. Agents can earn 15% commission per booking. All other itineraries are offered in U.S. dollars.

African Travel, Inc. expands into Canada with new brochure“We are thrilled to expand our market into Canada to provide more travellers with magical experiences to Africa,” said Sherwin Banda, President of African Travel, Inc. “We are dedicated to turning travel dreams into reality by providing our guests with the ultimate luxury safari experience. When advisors in Canada hear us say ‘We Know Africa,’ they can depend on us to help them craft the right African experience for their clients.”

He adds: “Travel is personal, and our goal is to make travel matter. We are deeply committed to sustainable travel, uplifting the local communities where we operate and visit, and supporting wildlife conservation efforts that allow animals to be appreciated and experienced without impacting their habitat.

“We’re able to do this because we know Africa and we have the local knowledge to provide five-star experiences while treading lightly upon the continent, all with the goal of delivering the trip of a lifetime.”

The 30 journeys will inspire travellers and excite travel advisors focused on providing their clients with unforgettable experiences, he adds.

Clients who book any 2020 African Travel, Inc. brochure itinerary of five nights or more by Dec. 31, 2019 will receive a savings of $400 per couple. The promotion is not combinable with any other special offers.

Highlights of the new brochure include …

. A nine-day ‘Captivating Kenya’ safari adventure that combines two prime wildlife regions and invites travellers to participate in Kenya’s conservation success story. Clients explore Kenya’s oldest national park in search of endangered black and white rhino, spend time at the Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy with a behind the scenes experience at the Reteti Elephant Sanctuary, be immersed in the culture of the Samburu people, and discover the untamed beauty of the Maasai Mara and the pristine wilderness of the northern frontier. Prices start at $12,895.

. The 11-day ‘Discover Rwanda’ adventure in the ‘land of a thousand hills’. Travellers will explore the open plains, woodlands and lakes and wildlife of Akagera National Park through game drives and boating trips before continuing safari to track wild chimpanzees in Nyungwe National Park and the mountain gorillas of Volcanoes National Park. Luxury accommodations at One & Only Nyungwe House and at One & Only Gorilla’s Nest. Prices start at $22,595 per person.

Africa Travel, Inc. is an active partner and supporter of The Travel Corporation’s not-for-profit TreadRight Foundation, known for its sustainability work. Banda, who was born in Cape Town, says African Travel is dedicated to protecting wildlife, reducing the environmental impact on the planet and ensuring the communities visited remain vibrant for future generations.

For each guest who books an itinerary in East Africa with African Travel, Inc., a contribution is made towards a child’s education in Africa.

South Africa booked itineraries support a Cape Town women’s sewing cooperative through African Travel, Inc.’s partnership with Sexy Socks. The colourful, eco-friendly bamboo socks are donated to children in need so they can wear them to school. Guests also receive a pair of the locally-made socks.

African Travel, Inc. also introduced TTC’s e-docs program in 2018, giving passengers the option to receive travel documents digitally and have a tree planted in their name.

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