The allure of Africa
Lounging in a private chalet overlooking Tanzania's Lake Nakuru National Park. Sipping champagne at the Crater View Bar at Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge, Tanzania. Imagining tomorrow's game drive.
These are African safari dreams of the ultra-rich . . . or are they? To be assured, safaris don't come cheap, but for lots of affluent customers tired of the same-old, same-old; trips can meet an upscale vacation budget that isn't essentially super-sized. To get more data related to Tanzania tours just visit at http://aaafrica.net.
African Travel Inc., the Glendale, Calif.-based tour operator, is among trip suppliers that have introduced more reasonable itineraries while maintaining luxury standards. Feedback from agents, it turns out, gets some of the credit.
“When our guests and their agents recommend additional destinations and experiences for treks, we listen and make it ensue,” said Sherwin Banda, president of the company, which was founded 40 years ago and is now part of the Travel Corp.
Banda explained to TMR: “When visiting our agent partners many consultants have requested luxurious, value-packed itineraries for their guests. Agents stated their customers have become accustomed to luxury travel and are looking for affordable tours to exotic destinations.
As a result ATI has implemented new safari vacation packages where heart-pounding wildlife safaris are paired with outstanding food, service, and accommodations, plus unforgettable interactions with the locals for a glimpse into Africa at its most authentic.”