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Fulfill Your Wildest Dreams with African Travel, Inc.’s 2019 Collection

September 11th, 2018, by Joanna Bielawski

Fulfill Your Wildest Dreams with African Travel, Inc.’s 2019 Collection   

~ Featuring 8 new itineraries and many revamped trips, plus 1 new destination and 2 new hotels ~ 

GLENDALE, Calif., Sept. 11, 2018 – Like the spots on a leopard, no two travelers’ dreams are the same. At African Travel, Inc., the leader in handcrafted safari vacations to Africa, our goal for 2019 is to be your clients' dream maker. Whether they want to see rare mountain gorillas and other wildlife, experience adrenaline adventures, immerse themselves in African culture, or taste local delicacies – or all of the above – we can make their dreams of Africa come true.

Featuring eight spectacular new itineraries, several enhanced journeys that feature new hotels, experiences and activities, and one brand-new destination, our 2019 brochure’s 31 unique, unforgettable and magical journeys will spark your clients' imagination and lead you to the perfect experience to match their tastes and desires. We’ve even dreamed up four different covers to inspire your clients' dreams to become reality. To view the 2019 brochure, click here.

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Rescued Lion Gets New ‘Forever Home’ at Shamwari Game Reserve

August 6th, 2018, by Joanna Bielawski

Rescued Lion Gets New ‘Forever Home’ at Shamwari Game Reserve  

~ Recognizing the importance of animal conservation on World Lion Day ~ 

GLENDALE, Calif., August 2, 2018 – After being rescued from terrible conditions in France, where he was being illegally kept as an exotic pet, a lion cub known as “King” is now tasting freedom for the first time in South Africa. African Travel, Inc. is thrilled to acknowledge this accomplishment as World Lion Day approaches on August 10th. 

The one-year-old lion is the newest resident of the Born Free Big Cat Sanctuary at Shamwari Game Reserve in Eastern Cape, a haven for formerly captive lions and leopards. King’s journey back to his ancestral home started in Paris, where he was rescued from a private apartment, and continued in Belgium, where he was temporarily housed before being flown to Shamwari. He now has acres of bush in which to roam freely, with plenty of food and water. More details about King’s inspiring journey can be read on African Travel’s blog, “Fit for a King.” 
 

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Honoring Mandela’s Legacy on the Centenary of His Birth

July 13th, 2018, by Joanna Bielawski

Honoring Mandela’s Legacy on the Centenary of His Birth 


~ African Travel, Inc. and Lion World Travel offering Mandela-themed itineraries, staff participating in volunteer projects ~ 
 

GLENDALE, Calif., July 5, 2018 – In honor of the centenary of Nelson Mandela’s birth, which falls on July 18, African Travel, Inc. and Lion World Travel are proudly celebrating his legacy in multiple ways. Both companies are supporting organizations that promote Mandela’s “four pillars” of food security, shelter, education and literacy, and both are offering fascinating Mandela-themed itineraries for travelers. 

Staff from African Travel, Inc. are volunteering their time this summer with Baby2Baby, a non-profit group serving 180,000 low-income children in Los Angeles by providing diapers, clothing, toys and other necessities that every child deserves. Volunteers help inspect items to ensure they are clean and ready to use, help create customized gift bags, and stock shelves in the shopping area where partner organizations buy items for low-income children they also work with daily. 

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