The Mother Continent has called with APT’s relaunched Africa itineraries

The Mother Continent has called with APT’s relaunched Africa itineraries

APT’s Africa program is back for the first time since before the pandemic with four itineraries from 12 to 24 days covering Southern and East Africa and featuring game viewing activities in Kruger, Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Masai Mara & Lake Manyara.

APT’s group sizes are limited to 28 guests in Southern Africa and just 18 guests in East Africa. All journeys feature a long list of inclusions, including all flights covered within Africa, an APT tour director, experienced game trackers and expert local guides, sightseeing, accommodation, most meals, and all tipping, airport transfers and game park fees.

The lead-in itinerary is the 13-Day Essence of Southern Africa tour from Cape Town to Livingstone. This is ideal for first time travellers to Africa and features all the highlights including a three-night stay in Kruger National Park at Kapama River Lodge.

Group of giraffes and zebras crossing the road in kruger park, South Africa

Prices start from $14,195 per person, twin share with an EarlyBird Saving of up to $3,000 per couple, including limited time $2,000 per couple Early Payment Discount when booked by 31 August 2023 and paid in full 10 months prior to the departure date.

Flagship 24-Day Contrasts of Africa tour offers a closer look at South Africa, Zambia, Kenya and Tanzania, journeying from Cape Town to Nairobi. With 23 nights in hand-picked accommodation, 55 meals and all internal flights as per itinerary included in this tour.

Prices start from $30,595 per person, twin share with an EarlyBird Saving of up to $4,400 per couple, including limited time $2,000 per couple Early Payment Discount when booked by 31 August 2023 and paid in full 10 months prior to the departure date.

APT’s Product Manager for Africa, Kelly D’Aucourt said she is extremely pleased the APT Africa program has returned for 2024.

“We’ve curated an intimate portfolio that combines stunning game viewing opportunities with unique cultural encounters; ensuring guests enjoy an authentic African experience,” D’Aucourt said.

“It’s a special travel collection and we’re looking forward to working with our travel industry partners to once again showcase the magic that Africa has to offer.”


Featured Image: Serengeti Desert (APT)

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