A new brochure from a South Africa tour company offers an alternative tour for those planning flights to South Africa.
A new brochure from a South Africa tour company offers an alternative tour for those planning flights to South Africa.Acacia Africa has produced a 61-day tour that allows holidaymakers to travel from South Africa to Uganda on a tailor-made trip.
The company also offers 87 other trips that could suit those holidaying in Africa over the next 12 months.
Heath Ashcroft, marketing director at Acacia Africa, explained: “There’s a nomad in everyone, but we’re all at different stages when it comes to our globetrotting-psyche.”
South Africa tours provided by Acacia Africa include a pick and mix option in the city of Cape Town. Travellers can customise their holiday to include various volunteering activities including teaching or sports.
According to Acacia Africa, the number one tourist destination in South Africa is Cape Town with a number of attractions including Table Mountain, Robben Island, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens and the Cape Point.
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