Also today, Saudi Arabia and Botswana have been added to the travel corridor list following in-depth analysis of the coronavirus epidemic in these countries.
Mantis has welcomed Feline Fields, a Botswana safari experience, to its collection. The location is home to a luxurious lodge with three pool suites, three bush suites, and a two-bedroom family villa.
Wilderness Safaris’ King’s Pool Camp has reopened in the heart of Botswana’s Linyanti Wildlife Concession, showcasing the company’s commitment to driving sustainable ecotourism in this remarkable wildlife destination.
After undergoing a complete reinvention, Wilderness Safaris’ Jao Camp has reopened in the heart of Botswana’s Okavango Delta. In addition to featuring five spacious tented suites, Jao is delighted to reveal its two new exclusive villas, each with its own private vehicle, guide, chef and butler.
The rebuild of Wilderness Safaris’ King’s Pool Camp is well underway, with its nine luxurious tented suites set to open in the heart of the Linyanti Wildlife Concession in mid-June.
Wilderness Safaris will rebuild Jao Camp, with the reimagined property due to open on June 1st. The work will also see the introduction of the camp’s luxurious and brand new Jao Villas.
The World Travel & Tourism Council has welcomed Botswana Tourism Organisation as its newest member as it becomes the first destination partner from Africa.
Despite covering Morocco and Egypt in northern Africa, the call of wild adventures in eastern and sub-Saharan Africa has been strong, and today the global youth travel brand has announced a suite of new trips to the region.
Following a transformational re-design by the team behind famed ‘Jack’s Camp’ and under new ownership by Natural Selection, Mapula Lodge is ready to open for the season.