As the world starts to adjust to new ways of travelling and countries around the world have begun opening up, World Journeys says that there can be no easier 'distancing' than in the African wilderness on safari.
The company has a wide range of options as clients look for comfort, security and exclusive experiences away from big crowds. ‘From trekking gorillas in Uganda staying at the small, comfortable Buhoma Lodge to perhaps a sole-use stay for a family at Wilderness Safaris' Jao Villa in Botswana's
World Journeys reports that a new luxury accommodation offering in South Africa is due to open later this year.
The latest in the World Journeys series of ‘armchair training’ topics is the phenomena of the Great Migration of wildlife across the plains of East Africa.
Director Ange Pirie says the company is trying to keep the inspiration levels up, and keep travel dreams alive.
Wilderness and wildlife are under increased threat as global Covid-19 travel restrictions impact wildlife tourism operators.
Stays at Great Plains Conservation camps and lodges are now inclusive of all top-shelf spirits, wines and champagnes, at no extra charge to clients, advises World Journeys.
World Journeys has few places left on its two small group hosted journeys Cherry Blossom Japan departing on 24 March and 8 April this year.
The watching and waiting is over for Sri Lankan tourism as Kiwi visitors return with enthusiasm after this year’s Easter terrorism attack.
World Journeys is reminding agents of the chance to win a spot on a seven day Rocky Mountaineer rail famil in April/May of 2020, traversing the First Passage to the West.
Having clients who take an Antarctic cruise can form the ‘perfect base’ for repeat sells – particularly for those clients who catch the Polar bug and want to head north, says Sarah Arane, Quark Expeditions’ sales manager for New Zealand.