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World Rhino Day 2019

September 19th, 2019, by African Travel

As World Rhino Day approaches on September 22, African Travel, Inc. encourages travelers to celebrate the species and support the future of these critically endangered animals.

In honor of The Travel Corporation's (TTC) 100-year anniversary, African Travel, Inc., will donate $100 per couple traveling on the Majestic South Africa itinerary in support of rhino conservation.

This incredible 10-day journey begins in Cape Town, the stunning port city crowned by the natural beauty of Table Mountain.   Over four nights, guests will enjoy 5-stary luxury at the Table Bay Hotel on the vibrant Victoria & Alfred Waterfront and feast on African, Afrikaans and European flavors at the hotel’s Camissa Brasserie.  From its culinary scene, to its natural beauty, the best of South Africa’s Mother City is revealed as guests explore the majestic coastline of the Cape Peninsula, the crowd-pleasing penguins of Boulders Beach, or the rich and charming winelands of Franschhoek, the gourmet capital of the Cape.

The $100 per couple donation in their name will go towards the building of the rhino boma at Shamwari. a haven to rehabilitate injured or orphaned rhino until they are strong enough to be released back into the wild. Guest can also visit the Shamwari Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre which helps to rehabilitate and care for sick, injured, abandoned or orphaned animals under the care of their professional veterinary team. Once these animals have been nursed back to health, they are released back into their natural habitat.

For a bird’s eye view of Shamwari and African Travel, Inc.’s partnership and support of them, watch the video below.

Introducing our new 2020 brochure...

September 9th, 2019, by African Travel

We're excited to unveil our new 2020 brochure! As your African dream makers, we take pride in every detail.

Our passion goes beyond the safari. Beyond receiving a most extraordinary safari adventure, when you book with African Travel, Inc., you help the local community. For each guest who books an itinerary in East Africa, 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 colorful, eco-friendly bamboo socks will be donated to children in need so they can wear them to school.  Guests will also receive a pair. 

As a special incentive, those who book any 2020 African Travel, Inc. brochure itinerary of 5 nights or more by December 31, 2019, will receive a savings of $400 per couple.*

Request a Brochure here.

*Savings of $200 per person is valid on new bookings only traveling between January 1-December 31, 2020 and made by December 31, 2019. Not combinable with any other offers. Prices quoted are in USD and are per person based on double occupancy accommodation unless otherwise stated. A 20% non-refundable deposit is due at time of booking in order to request services. Final payment is due 65 days prior to departure. To protect your investment, travel protection is available at an additional cost. CST #2071444-20

International Leopard Day 2019

May 3rd, 2019, by African Travel

Happy International Leopard Day!

In honor of International Leopard Day, we’re sharing our top seven facts about the elusive leopard.

  1. Most leopards are light coloured and have dark spots on their fur called “rosettes,” because they look like roses.  

  2. Leopards are solitary animals. They only spend time with others when they are mating or when they are raising their young. They are also nocturnal and spend their nights hunting instead of sleeping.
  3. Leopards have varied diets and aren’t picky eaters! They are ambush predators and will crouch low with bent legs and their head low as they approach their prey and sneak up and pounce before it has a chance to react.
  4. They can run up to 36 mph (58 kph), jump forward 20 feet (6 meters) and leap 10 feet (3 m) straight up, so it’s no wonder they’re great hunters!
  5. As skilled climbers, leopards spend more of their days resting in tree branches during the day. They also often dray their heavy prey up into the trees to keep it away from other animals.  

  6. Unlike most cats, leopards are also skilled swimmers and like the water.
  7. Although leopards are classified as a roaring cat, they rarely roar. Their voice is more of a raspy bark.


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