Tuesday, 15 August 2017 11:09

Acacia Africa’s Springtime Deals Prove Popular With Sun Starved Brits

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With British travellers looking to escape to sunnier climes after the recent heavy downpours, Africa’s sunny springtime is proving to be a win-win for wildlife enthusiasts who like it hot, Acacia Africa’s discounted September and October departures in demand.

 

The specialist operator is discounting selected dates on 45 of its camping overland tours by 15%, if booked before 31 August.

 

SAVE 15% (£132pp) A Big 7 safari, the 19 day Kruger to Cape Town makes stops in the Kruger National Park and Hermanus - opportunities to view the Big 5 and the Southern Right whale (one of the Big 7) a major drawcard for safari goers. 




Arno Delport, Sales & Marketing Manager at Acacia Africa, comments "The seaside town of Hermanus has its own whale crier - complete with whale-tail feather in his cap and a distinctive kelp horn - so sightings of these magnificent creatures are almost guaranteed."  




Hermanus claims to have world's greatest land-based whale- watching, and clients are also able to book optional whale viewing boat tours on arrival. From £753pp (no single supplement) + Adventure Pass from £150pp including transport, camping accommodation, most meals and services of a tour leader/driver. Excludes optional activities and return flight. Offer valid on the following guaranteed departures: 16 & 30 September - 14 & 28 October. Starts Johannesburg - ends - Cape Town. Full tour price £885pp.

 

Link to tour: http://acacia-africa.com/tours/kruger-to-cape-town-17KTCT19

 

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