Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Explore Majestic South Africa with Lion World Travel

Lion World Travel is offering a 9-night, affordable luxury experience on the “Majestic South Africa” itinerary, starting from USD $3,799 -- including airfare from 26 major US cities.  

The vacation-of-a-lifetime begins in Cape Town, named one of the New York Times 52 Places to Go in 2014. Spend 4 nights at the luxurious Table Bay Hotel, located in the heart of the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, and a dinner at the renowned Camissa Restaurant. Travelers will have plenty of time to explore the unique cultural attractions of Cape Town on their days of leisure. On a full-day excursion, travelers will take a cable car ride to the top of Table Mountain to enjoy a view that has been described as one of the most epic in Africa, followed by a tour of the South African coastline along the breathtaking Cape Peninsula. 
On safari, spend 3 nights in the 5-star Hanglip Mountain Lodge. This secluded lodge offers a unique blend of luxury and true African wilderness. All suites feature private sun decks, where views stretch over the lake and plains to the Hanglip Mountain and Waterberg mountain range. Take a scenic helicopter flight over the 22,000 hectare Entabeni Safari Conservancy, where the Big 5 roam wild and free, before touching down on Hanglip Mountain to enjoy a mountaintop picnic.
Nature lovers will delight in the diversity and rich wildlife that’s found at Entabeni Safari Conservancy, where they’ll view Big 5 game on safari in an open-vehicle. 

Majestic South Africa is on special with prices starting from USD $3,799* per person, and includes: roundtrip airfare from 26 major US cities, connecting on South Africa Airways from New York or Washington D.C., all taxes, fuel surcharges, domestic airfare and transfers, 4 nights accommodation at the 5-star Table Bay Hotel in Cape Town and 3 nights accommodation at the 5-star Hanglip Mountain Lodge.

Majestic South Africa is valid for travel on selected dates in November and December 2014, and January, February, March, April, and May 2015.
About Lion World Travel
Lion World Travel is the leading tour operator from North America specializing in group and individual tours to Southern and East Africa, and is a member of the renowned Travel Corporation, which also includes: Trafalgar Tours, Contiki, Brendan Vacations, Insight Vacations, The Red Carnation Hotel Collection and Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection. Lion World Travel is celebrating their 50th anniversary and clients continue to benefit from their destination knowledge, expertise, and emphasis on customer service. With their Africa specialists all having first-hand knowledge, Lion World Travel can confidently assist clients in creating an African adventure that fits their specific interests as well as their budget. Extraordinary service, affordable luxury and value for money are what keep clients coming back to Lion World Travel

Winner of the South African Tourism Ubuntu Awards "Top Producing Tour Operator for North America" for 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014
Winner of the South African Airways "Award of Excellence in Travel and Tourism for North America" for 2012
Winner of Travelzoo Award for "Best Overall Provider of Vacation Package Deals to Warm Weather Destinations" for 2012
About The TreadRight Foundation
Created as a joint initiative between The Travel Corporation’s family of brands, the TreadRight Foundation is a not-for-profit working to ensure the environment and communities we visit remain vibrant for generations to come. To date, TreadRight has donated more than USD 2.5 million to sustainable tourism projects worldwide. The Foundation’s guiding principle is to encourage sustainable tourism development through conservation, leadership and support for communities. Foundation priorities are set by the Steering Committee, which includes sustainability leaders like Céline Cousteau and Costas Christ.
TreadRight’s past project partners include WWF, Conservation International and The National Trust in the UK. Current initiatives include sponsoring the National Geographic Society’s inaugural “World Legacy Awards,” WildAid and inspiring wildlife advocates like Terri Irwin. 

To learn more about our past and current work at TreadRight, please visit us at

* Based on double occupancy, incl. taxes & fuel surcharges, restrictions apply

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