Tell Us About Your Travel Preference & Style
WHERE ARE YOU DREAMING TO GO NEXT AND WHICH INTERESTING ACTIVITIES ELATES YOU?
As a community, your input and feedbacks are immensely valuable to us. Therefore, in order to for us to get to know each other better and our preferences, would you kindly take a moment and check out the form below and let us know what experiences you are more enthusiastic about and the kind of email updates you would prefer to receive in your inbox. Please click the button below.
My Travel Preference & Style
Traveling to Africa can be long, however with the right team on your side it can be as painless as possible. No matter how much you’ve dreamed of visiting the continent, your plans probably don’t include arriving exhausted after a very long journey in a basic economy seat with basic amenities. Allow us to plan your trip with style and comfort to the cradle of humankind. For starters, we like to collect some basic information and tally up your frequent flier miles and find out which airlines fly to the region you plan to visit. Then figure out which of them have partnerships with award programs where you have miles. If on the other hand, you are not enrolled in any frequent flier miles rewards program we will show you how to get it activated.
(also known as coach class or travel class), basic accommodation, commonly purchased by leisure travelers.
Premium Economy, slightly better Economy Class seating (greater distance between rows of seats; the seats themselves may or may not be wider than regular economy class)
Generally the most expensive and most comfortable accommodations available.
High quality, traditionally purchased by business travelers (sometimes called executive class)
Allow us to tempt you with some travel inspiration. Ride camels in Kenya, soar high above the Namib Desert in a hot air balloon, witness the drama of the Great Migration, tuck into a champagne picnic on a private island in Botswana’s Okavango Delta, East Africa’s legendary game parks, safari highlights the best of the "big five" the elephant, buffalo, lion, black rhinoceros, and mountain gorillas. And, of course, the famed Maasai Mara, the northern half of the Serengeti-Maasai Mara ecosystem, without question the greatest wildlife spectacle on the planet. South Africa lives up to its unofficial motto, A World in One Country. Travel to the beautiful beaches of west Africa … we have endless ideas to share and always more to follow.
Let us fuel your imagination of that never-ending wanderlust and help you fall in love all over again.