African Travel Inc. Launches Luxury Romantic Safari Series

African Travel, Inc. has launched a “Romance and Honeymoon safari series that curates safaris and experiences for weddings, anniversaries, honeymoons and other romantic getaways. Each of the safaris in the romance series includes a mix of Africa’s popular lodges and camps.

According to Sherwin Banda, president of African Travel, Inc., there has been a 20 percent surge in requests for honeymoon and romantic safaris. Even during the pandemic, the safari outfitter hosted many travelers on honeymoons to Kenya, South Africa, Tanzania and Botswana, and organized intimate weddings. African Travel has also seen an increase in requests for Seychelles and Zanzibar.

The “African Romance itinerary combines the intimacy of a secluded island in Mozambique with a safari in South Africa’s Kruger Private Reserve and the exploration of Cape Town. Guests booking now can avail of a complimentary Azura Benguerra island-hopping experience—complete with visits to beaches, snorkeling and a scenic beach picnic.

On the “Under Kenyan Skies” itinerary, guests can explore two distinct wildlife regions by day and relax at such lodges and camps as Mahali Mzuri at night. They can also experience Africa at night with a four-poster Star bed at the Loisaba Conservancy. Those traveling before June 15, 2022, will receive an additional complimentary night at Mahali Mzuri.

Botswana offers a range of new and revamped camps and lodges in well-known reserves. Travelers opting for the “Platinum Botswana package, especially before June, can avail discounted rates and catch the end of the Makgadikgadi Pans green season and witness the continent’s secret migration of zebra and blue wildebeest. They can also explore the newly opened and sustainable Xigera Safari Lodge in the heart of the Okavango Delta.

The African Travel team offers 24x7 Concierge Care service. The company’s local offices are based in Africa while experts are based across North America, ensuring that advisors and guests can reach out to local hosts and safari specialists, and make changes to services or itineraries should the need arise. Travelers can also access a customizable brochure.

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