Friday, September 5, 2014
Goway Travel is Making 2014 the Year for That Life-Changing Africa Adventure
Goway’s Africa Experts offer new deals on three of the continent’s most iconic journeys.
Much of 2014 saw Africa headline the news for all the wrong reasons. Yet thousands of miles from recent strife, this massive and diverse continent is still changing travellers’ lives in perfect safety. With an Africa adventure for every kind of traveller, Goway is offering spectacular savings on three of its quintessential Africa tours. Guests can opt for a classic South Africa safari, a culturally rich journey through Morocco, or embark on a wild East Africa adventure.
South Africa is one of the continent’s most popular, and in many ways, easiest destinations to visit. It’s safe, enjoys a well-developed tourist infrastructure and a beautiful climate year round. It’s also home to world-class national parks, containing most of Africa’s biggest wildlife stars. Goway’s 10-day South Africa trip offers globetrotters several days in one of the world’s most picturesque cities, Cape Town, before flying on to Pilanesberg National Park. Zip to the top of Table Mountain, reflect on apartheid madness on Robben Island, and sip sundowners after a game drive through Pilanesberg. Those who book by October 1 can enjoy all of this at 40% off the normal rate. Prices include international flights and start at just US$2799 from New York, or CA$3499 from Toronto.
East Africa is a more remote style of Africa safari – the kind that benefits from expert advice and a little extra attention to detail. Still, the wilderness regions in Kenya and Tanzania are among Africa’s most impressive. Goway’s East Africa Safari is a two week adventure that visits many of them, including Mount Kenya, the Masai Mara, Ngorongoro Crater and the sweeping plains of the Serengeti. Adventurers who book by October 21 will save up to US$761 or CA$799 on 2014 departures. Prices start at US$6669 including flights from New York, or CA$7359 from Toronto. Land-only prices start even lower for guests wishing to make their own flight arrangements.
Not everyone goes to Africa on safari. North Africa is home to some of history’s oldest and richest civilizations. While several have been forced off the tourist map due to political strife, Morocco has remained a rewarding, surprising and safe travel bargain. History, culture and cuisine are all valuable threads in its tapestry, appealing to a wide range of travellers. Goway’s 9-day Exotic Morocco tour flies guests into Casablanca, then takes in four of the country’s most distinct and colourful cities, Casablanca, Rabat, Fes and Marrakech. Those who book by November 1 will save $800 per person on 2014 departures. Prices start at just US$2320 from New York or CA$2688 from Toronto.
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