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Group Tour Packages

With our group tours, we strike a balance between well-planned itineraries which include key highlights and spare time to do your own thing as well.
We include unique travel experiences and there’s lots of real local interaction too, giving you a true flavour of the countries you visit. We organise everything to make your tour seamless; your transportation, complimentary airport transfers, sightseeing, guiding and some meals.
Your tour will be led by an expert and passionate tour leader at your destination. Captivating, informative and caring, they will ensure your tour is fun and hassle-free.

We have planned group tours from as little at 11 to 130 people, managing to ensure that the needs of the individual groups are met at all times.

Our group tours are split into 3 categories.
1. Personal Group Tours – these are tours that we plan when you as our client, come and tell that you would like us to organise a girls trip to Zanzibar or a men’s trip to watch the World Cup or a Rugby Match in neighbouring South Africa. These could also be local trips to Vic Falls or Nyanga for large families, church or other social groups.

2. Planned Group Tours – In 2013 we launched our very first planned group tours which proved to be a huge hit in the market. We take a group of different individuals to various destinations, planning every detail of their trip including flights, visas and accommodation, ensuring that we add a touch of our expertise to so that our clients enjoy their holiday.

3. School Group Tours – Nothing beats an exciting hands-on experience to deepen learning. The essence of a school group tour isn’t just the subject, it’s the break in routine, the memories created, and the experience of different culture that opens up a child’s mind to new things.

The importance of taking the students out of the classroom to absorb, interact and be immersed in history, and educational tours, has several learning benefits for students to obtain practical information within the brain.
The saying “I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand,” provides the backbone to the theory of retaining more information when visually experiencing activities in the chosen environment.