African Travel Inc. Offers More Departures in 2022, New Incentives for Advisors

African Travel Inc. Safari ElephantLuxury safari operator African Travel, Inc., is offering advisor incentives for trips reserved in 2022 along with enhanced client experiences and add-ons on select itineraries.

The company has seen a pent-up demand for various travel styles for both last minute bookings for families, solo and couples as well as agent-hosted groups for 2023 and 2024.

Advisors who have a group of 10+ clients travelling together can book a new group safari by 15DEC 2022 and earn an extra CAD $500 along with their commission.

With space at a premium and couples and solo travelers wanting to join more set group departures, African Travel has added more dates to its small group departures and clients booked on 2022 trips by 30SEP 2022 and enjoy "less crowds, extraordinary wildlife and more savings before prices rise in 2023."

“Current travel trends are indicating that safaris are a top bucket list item since clients are seeking immersive experiences and we see pent-up demand including an increase in last minute safari bookings,” says Sherwin Banda, President of African Travel, Inc. “Africa will be welcoming the green season with baby wildlife in abundance and amazing animal sightings, so we encourage Travel Advisors to book their clients’ safaris now since space is limited on our most popular trips.”


While African Travel says Egypt cruises are nearly sold out for 2022, the 08OCT and 03DEC Wonders of Egypt departures from Cairo to Aswan with touring and sailing on sister brand, Umbworld’s all-suite ship, River Tosca which has limited space. Clients can consider combining Egypt and Kenya with the new five-day Mara Wildlife Experience extension and enjoy the home of the Great Migration where they can traverse the plains of East Africa with game drives, guided walks and wildlife encounters.

South Africa

On the 10-day South Africa at Leisure itinerary, clients can explore this destination departing on 05NOV. They can spend four nights at the Shamwari Game Reserve for encounters with the Big Five, including rhino, leopard, lion and buffalo elephant.


Guests can spend their winter holidays on a Kenya Wildlife Safari, departing on 24NOV. On this nine-day adventure, they can enjoy game drives in Samburu National Reserve, Lake Nakaru and the Masai Mara.


African Travel offers no or low single supplements on its 2022 and 2023 safari vacation packages. On the 11-day Tanzania Explorer, guests can witness the visit the home of the great wildebeest migration during the green season. Solo travellers are being offered no single supplement on the 02DEC departure with limited availability.

For more information on African Travel Inc., visit its web site.

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