Travelmarvel reveals its diverse 2024 Africa program

Travelmarvel reveals its diverse 2024 Africa program
Edited by Travel Weekly

    Travelmarvel has released its 2024 Africa program which includes land journeys with game drives by 4WD and an optional river cruise upgrade on the Chobe River.

    To celebrate the release, Travelmarvel is offering a range of special deals, including an Earlybird and Early Payment Saving of up to $3,500 per couple which is available until sold out.

    The itineraries include a Southern Africa tour, an East Africa tour, a combination of the two and a Cape Winelands Extension to add in conjunction with itineraries beginning in South Africa.

    The 15-day Cape Town to Chobe Adventure is a deep dive into Southern Africa. With a lead in price of $9,445 per person and an early payment discount saving of up to $2,500 per couple, it is a great opportunity to see this region.

    Spot an elephant in Kenya (Supplied)

    Or a cheetah – also in Kenya (Supplied)

    The 28-day Grand African Journey is Travelmarvel’s in-depth adventure across multiple countries in Africa. Venturing from South Africa, to Botswana, Kenya and Tanzania, this itinerary begins at $23,645 per person with an early payment discount saving of up to $3,500 per couple.

    The 14-day Kenya and Tanzania Adventure is a captivating journey through East Africa. Starting at $12,445 per person including an early payment discount saving of up to $2,500 per couple.

    Included in the itineraries are a range of wilderness activities to experience including a full-day tour of the rugged Cape Peninsula, a tour of a working ostrich farm in Oudtshoorn, visits to Featherbed Nature Reserve and Monkeyland Primate Reserve, and multiple opportunities to see Africa’s Big 5 and the Great Migration in East Africa across the vast plains of the African bush with game drives aboard 4WDs.

    Bo Kaap in Cape Town, South Africa (Supplied)

    Guests will be accompanied by tour directors who will share their knowledge and insight into the region’s culture, history and local life. Internal flights are included on select itineraries, as well as game park fees, tipping, transfers, many meals and guests will enjoy 4-star accommodation including a stay at a private concession in Kruger National Park.

    Travelmarvel’s product manager for Africa, Kelly D’Aucourt is excited to release this Africa program for its return since pre-pandemic.

    “It is wonderful to have our Africa program back for 2024 and our guests will enjoy some truly memorable stays throughout and experience much of what the destination is famous for – warm and friendly people, spectacular landscapes, varied history and not forgetting the incredible wildlife,” D’Aucourt said.

    “Our tour directors are eagerly awaiting the arrival of our guests to take them on a magical journey through their backyards.”

    Featured Image: Cape Town, South Africa

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