Check out TTG’s round-up of the hottest new products in Africa.
Gold Medal has added Serondella Lodge in Thornybush Game Reserve to its South Africa offering. Three nights’ full-board in a family suite is priced from £2,135pp including flights. Valid for travel from 1 May to 31 August 2020.
Rainbow Tours has a new tailor-made Immersive Rwanda and Uganda behind-the-scenes tour. The 10-day itinerary is priced from £6,695pp based on two sharing including flights, accommodation and park entry fees.
Explore has launched a new Kruger, Swaziland and South Africa Garden Route tour, starting in Johannesburg and ending in Port Elizabeth. Prices start from £3,450pp including flights, B&B, some meals, a driver and an Explore leader.
Natural World Safaris is releasing new trips in 2021. The Kenya Photographic Safari joins two photographers on a visit to the Masai Mara and is priced from £6,295pp excluding flights. Departs January and February 2021.
Cyplon is offering a new Medinas of Morocco itinerary for 2020. The seven-night tour is priced from £829pp on half-board accommodation based on two sharing a double room, departing on 22 April 2020.
First Class Holidays has launched South Africa as its newest destination along with a brochure featuring self-drives, rail and safari itineraries. Its Classic South Africa Guided Tour is priced from £2,299pp for 15 days. Departs on 4 July.
Contiki’s new Okavango Delta and Deserts tour is a 13-day trip through Namibia and Botswana. Prices start from £2,755pp and include accommodation, driver, local guides and experiences. Departs on 8 April 2020.
G Adventures has launched two new family tours in Africa in partnership with National Geographic. The 11-day Southern Africa Family Journey: In Search of the Big Five tour is priced from £2,999pp. Departures from May 2020.
Wildlife Worldwide’s new Botswana’s Rare Mammals tour visits two of the country’s lesser-known national parks and is limited to six guests. Priced from £4,395pp based on two sharing including accommodation and flights.