Globus Puts Africa Within Reach

From the sweeping African savannah to the majesty of the Sahara and the Serengeti, no other continent offers such a diverse range of travel experiences, says Globus, who offers tour programs to Africa.  Now, Globus reports, it is bringing travelers "Small Group Discovery" tours of 20 people or less to Africa for game watching, wine tasting, luxury tented camp stays and tribal visits, starting at less than $3,000.
Searching for the “Big 5” (lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and Cape buffalo) is a must in Africa and "Globus’ Kenya & Tanzania: The Safari Experience" and "Great Parks of Africa" offer amazing game-watching opportunities for travelers.  Other authentic and awe-inspired experiences are offered on Globus’ five Africa vacations for 2012.
Recognizing the plethora of experiences Africa inspires, Globus reports offering a blend of outdoor adventure, cultural immersion, luxury accommodations and time to simply relax and enjoy the scenery with its 2012 Africa adventures.
“On vacation, travelers deserve the opportunity to simply enjoy the journey,” said Scott Nisbet, chief executive officer of the Globus family of brands.  “And that simple idea couldn’t be more true when exploring a destination as exotic as Africa.  With us, travelers enjoy unmatched value, amazing lodges and camps, inside visits into the must-see attractions as well as such fun activities as game watching from the comfort of Land Rovers.”
Globus’ touring vacations of Africa range from 10- to 15-days and feature Kenya, Tanzania and South Africa.  The company also offers independent travel packages to Africa via Monograms and Nile and Lake Nassar cruises in Egypt from Avalon Waterways.
There is also an early booking incentive. Those booking a 2012 Globus Africa vacation early can get $200 off per person. 

The details: Book a 2012 Globus or Monograms Africa vacation air-inclusive to receive the $200 per person discount. Booking must be made, under deposit and discount applied between August 10 and October 11, 2011 for travel through December 31, 2012.  Offers not valid with any other offer except Journeys Club and applies to new 2012 bookings only.  Offer reliant on space availability.  Full cancellation penalties will apply.   Certain government-imposed taxes and fees of up to $375, including a September 11th Security fee of up to $10, are additional and must be paid by each traveler.



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