July 2014 – Wilderness Safaris is thrilled to announce the re-launch of its successful Six Countries Special for the summer season of 2014/2015. Running for the fourth consecutive year, the Special offers a high degree of flexibility and reduced rates at no less than 29 Wilderness Safaris camps in Botswana, Malawi, Namibia, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
“This campaign has been extremely well received by our trade partners who appreciate the competitive rates, as well as the uncomplicated and user-friendly terms and conditions”, says Dave Bennett, Wilderness Safaris Chief Sales Officer. “The summer season is an extremely special time in southern Africa, as many species give birth to their young and the surrounding landscape is at its most lush. This explosion of new life results in amazing wildlife-viewing conditions, with regular predator sightings and excellent birding opportunities.
The Six Countries Summer Special is valid from 1 November 2014 until 31 March 2015 (excluding the festive season). With no maximum number of nights applicable, guests can travel across the best wildlife areas in southern Africa, combining a diverse range of complementary experiences and staying at a range of camps – including Wilderness Collection’s Abu Camp, Wilderness Safaris’ Premier Camps Jao, Kings Pool, Vumbura South, Little Kulala and Serra Cafema, and a range of Classic and Adventures Camps.
“All the camps included in this special are of an exceptionally high quality, which means that agents can be assured that their guests will have an incredible experience”, adds Dave. “There are also generally fewer travellers at this time of year, allowing for a more personalised experience and excellent value for money.”
There is no single supplement on accommodation, and a 50% discount applies for children between the ages of six and 16 sharing a family room with full-paying adults (only applicable at camps with family accommodation). In addition, there has been no increase in guide rates from last year’s Six Countries Summer Special.
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