Monday, May 23, 2011

Easy to Book Small Group Departures

As safari outfitters and Africa experts, you know the value of a great guide and the lasting impression a carefully crafted itinerary can leave on a traveler. New Frontiers Tours is pleased to offer a handful of unique small group departures led by an expert South African guide. Each tour is limited to a maximum of 8-10 travelers (many groups are smaller) and has been designed with a well-traveled, interested client in mind. While the majority of what we do is FIT and private tours, we've designed these itineraries to match our exacting standard of FITs, but offer the small group experience that many travelers seek.

Each of our guides has a story and a passion for their home country of South Africa. Ananda, one of our guides on the Wildlife and Warriors Tour was a journalist by training and has fascinating stories about life during the Apartheid era and her experience covering stories in the townships. Ananda brings the contemporary culture of South Africa to life as travelers explore Zululand, Swaziland and the wildlife areas of Kruger and the iSimangaliso Wetlands.

On our Garden Route Classic tour, travelers can sit back, relax and enjoy the majestic scenery as their expert local guide escorts them along the Garden Route. Many travelers do chose to self drive in this region, but for those looking to relax and simply enjoy coastal South Africa, our guided Garden Route Classic is hard to beat!

Throughout our escorted tours, the top in boutique accommodations have been selected and depending on the group size appropriate vehicles are used (comfortable sedans, small 4x4s or luxury mini vans - these aren't large bus tours!). Additionally, to add to the comfort level, expert guiding and thoughtfully designed itineraries, New Frontiers Tours is offering a special buy one, get one 50% off on select departure dates. Our small group departures are one of the best values out there! Please contact New Frontiers or the Kusini Collection for more details.

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