African Travel Inc. wants your clients to take a walk on the wild side—their new 2023 “inspiration guide” brochure is out, and they’re ready with some great promos for you to experience their new safaris for yourself.

As part of their Advisor Educational Program for 2023, African Travel wants you and up to three guests to experience their amazing itineraries and receive 30 percent savings on their 2023 brochure safaris of 7+ nights. Plus, you will receive $200 after their first booking of 7 nights or more (check with the company for details).

The company is known for its MAKE TRAVEL MATTER Experiences and their sustainable focus, so you’ll find these new adventures highlight different ways to explore Africa along with at least one experience in each itinerary that supports wildlife conservation or local communities.

“Our 2023 inspiration guide showcases why ‘We Know Africa’ and how our immersive safaris guide guests into the heart of Africa.” said Sherwin Banda, president of African Travel Inc., “With the support of our TreadRight Foundation, all of our 2023 brochure itineraries will feature one of our MAKE TRAVEL MATTER Experiences which meets at least one of the UN Sustainable Development Global Goals,” he added. 

“For agents, we are committed to bringing Africa to life and making their lives easier. This digital brochure does two things well – providing ideas about Africa’s top destinations while being easy to customize with the advisor’s details and share with clients. The brochure also represents the expanded choices of Africa destinations that advisors can explore with us this next year,” he concluded.

Take a peek at next year’s treats:

The South African Tapestry program takes advantage of new air routes to South Africa, giving your clients 11 days to spend in South Africa’s wine lands, coastal cities and a safari at the revamped Savanna. MAKE TRAVEL MATTER Experiences include private tours of Cape Town’s wine land and a Kwazulu-Natal Midlands tour.

Wild Zambia is a new 10-day itinerary through the South Luangwa National Park, the birthplace of the African walking safari, with visits to Livingston and Mosi-oa-Tunya where endangered white rhinos are closely guarded and the new Lolebezi Safari Lodge, located in the untouched wilds of the Lower Zambezi National Park. It’s home to some of the best wildlife sightings in the world including its elephant herds and leopard population.

The safari connoisseurs and ultra-luxe-lovers will want to take a look at the 11-day Platinum Botswana tour. Of note: As part of the brochure launch, African Travel is offering even more days to explore Botswana timed to a secret zebra migration. Clients who book now and travel between January-April 2023 will receive an additional complimentary night at the five-star Xigera Safari Lodge and luxury Zarafa Camp. During this limited-time offer, solo travelers won’t be subject to single supplements.

For more information, visit africantravelinc.com