While the country has World Cup blues now England has come home, the Blues Brothers at Premier Holidays are releasing strong deals to South Africa and can still get your clients out there for a holiday to distract them from the disappointment.
England might have just failed in their ‘mission from God’, but the team at Premier is not despondent.
“South Africa is presenting value as never before. We are already up 28% for post world cup travel and expect this figure grow significantly,” says John Parker, Contracts Manager, South Africa (www.premierholidays.co.uk / 08444 937 542).
“Premier Holidays offers an agency manual (pictured), a 250 page full colour guide packed with destination information, maps to help plan clients itineraries hotels and lodges, helping agents with all the local knowledge they need.
“UK visitors’ spending money goes much further in South Africa than other holiday destinations. Eating and drinking out can be easily achieved on a tight budget. For example, a two course meal with wine in a nice Cape Town restaurant costs around £10 per person.
“Stunning wildlife remains a key draw and multi-centre breaks allow visitors to enjoy the beauty of Cape Town, before embarking on a self-drive tour, including the Garden Route and safaris. Excursions into Botswana, Zambia and Namibia are particularly popular with wildlife lovers,” Parker continues.
“It’s 8000 miles to Cape Town, we got a full aeroplane, half a pack of cigarettes, it’s dark and we’re wearing sunglasses… Hit it!”