Mantis Collection has hosted a special event in London to shine the spotlight on the plight of the African rhino, which faces extinction after years of poaching. The event, hosted at the Royal Geographical Society, witnessed a talk from Dr. William Fowlds, as was introduced by adventurer Bear Grylls.
Gina Reynolds, business development manager, Mantis Collection talks to Breaking Travel News at the World Travel Awards Europe Gala Ceremony 2013 at the Cornelia Diamond Golf Resort & Spa in Antalya, Turkey.
One of only two ocean-going vessels in the world to still carry the venerable title of Royal Mail Ship, RMS St Helena was built in 1989, specifically to supply the island of St Helena, a British Overseas Territory deep in the tropical South Atlantic. Hotel group Mantis has now added the vessel its growing Boutique Cruises portfolio, as in addition to being a working ship; she is also a passenger vessel, transporting her guests with style and service from days gone by on a journey to one of the most remote, inhabited islands in the world.
Join Dr William Fowlds on September 18th 2013 as he hosts an inspirational lecture at the Royal Geographical Society, London, highlighting the plight of the rhino and his mission to protect these iconic creatures of South Africa and to raise funds for TUSK Trust & Born Free Foundation. South Africa has been gripped by a massive surge in rhino poaching in recent years.
Worldwide Experience, the education arm of the award winning Mantis group, has been working with Digital Explorer, a social enterprise that generates educational materials. Together they have created an educative programme and competition to be rolled out in schools across the United Kingdom in September 2013.
Mantis, a family-run collection of award-winning, privately-owned, five-star properties is now the only hotel group in the world to have a presence on all seven continents. The group has signed with a collection of unique bush camps in Australia, called Wild Bush Luxury, giving Mantis its seventh continental footprint.
Mantis has announced its latest project will be the development of a five star hotel on the island of St. Helena, a British overseas territory located in the South Atlantic Ocean. As one of the most remote places in the world, more than 2,000 kilometres from the nearest major landmass, and with its rich flora and fauna, the island certainly fits with Mantis’ mantra of ‘unearthing the exceptional’.
Mantis has formed a partnership with Mr & Mrs Smith, a global boutique hotel specialist. The partnership will see Mantis’ new booking engine channel being powered by Mr & Mrs Smith’s proprietary technology, which will offer hotel members increased sales capability, and consumers, an improved user experience.
Michelle de Klerk, Marketing Director, Mantis Collection, speaks to Breaking Travel News at ITB Berlin 2013.
Monica Witmer, pre-Opening Manager, Pikaia Lodge, speaks to Breaking Travel News at ITB Berlin 2013.
Akhil Behl & Kunal Premnarayen, CEO, ICS Group & CEO, Ayana Hospitality, Mantis Group, speaks to Breaking Travel News at World Travel Awards 2012 Grand Final Gala Ceremony in Delhi, India.
Mantis, a collection of privately owned boutique hotels and eco -escapes around the world, has been rewarded with five titles before a select audience of the industry’s leading luminaries and international media at the World Travel Awards 2012 Grand Final Gala Ceremony. The Oberoi, Gurgaon, New Delhi, India was the impressive venue for the red-carpet event, which was hosted under the patronage of Incredible India.