By Shout-Africa News – NEW YORK, – 2AFRIKA, INC. announces its 2011 Wild Safari Sale to Tanzania.
“We’re pleased to announce a significant reduction in safari prices for 2011,” company President Kenneth R. Hieber reported to the media. “For the last 15-years, we have remained consistent by always providing our passengers with the best savings possible,” he added.
All of 2AFRIKA’s Tanzania and Kenya Safaris are on sale! While the rest of the world focused on the upcoming FIFA World Cup Soccer event in South Africa, always visionary, 2AFRIKA shifted its attention to East Africa where passenger arrivals are waning. Implementing the strength of its negotiating power, the company urged both Tanzania and Kenya to review their pricing structures for 2011.
Now, a 10-day safari in Tanzania priced starting from $3,999 per person, is available starting from $2,149 per person based on a group of six. That saves each passenger $1,850, each couple $3,700, (based on seasons and availability of services) and represents a 46% saving!
10-Day Body & Soul of Tanzania visits Arusha, Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti National Park, Olduvai Gorge, and Lake Manyara National Park. Included in the price are round trip airport transfers, all overland transportation, 9-nights’ accommodation, 26 meals, 11 safari game viewing drives, National Park/Game Reserve entrance fees, and all taxes. With 12 incredible safaris already on sale, Hieber plans to unveil one of South Africa’s best-kept safari secrets this week, giving travellers even more options. Relatively unknown in the US market, Hieber has just returned from Kapama Luxury Private Game Reserve in South Africa where he negotiated several “special introductory offers” due to be launched on the company website this week. “Kapama,” he said, “is the new place to be seen” — and with his insatiable knack for always being on the mark, 2AFRIKA anticipates that once again, Hieber will “change the way travellers see Africa.”
2AFRIKA, INC., based in New York City, has a full service office in Cape Town, South Africa. Frequently endorsed by Arthur Frommer, Budget Travel Online and Lonely Planet Guides, the company has operated in the United States since July 1995 and has created many African Dreams for American travellers. The company remains committed to “Keeping Africa Affordable,” “Corporate Social Responsibility in Tourism,” but most importantly, the comfort, security, and safety of its valued passengers!