August 17th, 2010 15:48 EST
Book Later & Give More Back To Africa With Acacia Africa`s August Discounts
Overlanding has always been the best option when it comes to value added Africa, but Acacia is slashing its August departures by 40%, allowing adventurers to spend longer on the continent and splurge more of their hard earned cash on the holiday.
Optional activities are available throughout the complete portfolio of tours, so whether it`s viewing the Victoria Falls from a microlight, enjoying Lake Malawi on horseback or volunteering for a day in Jinja, travellers will be able to tick off a few more of those once in a lifetime experiences in Africa.
Heath Ashcroft, Marketing Director at Acacia Africa, comments:
Overlanding is concerned with seeing the real Africa at the coal face, up close and personal.
Community visits, exposure to wildlife conservation projects and `chewing the fat` with the locals are all part of the plan. And with greater tour discounts, you can not only do more in Africa, you can also do more for Africa, as Acacia travellers can pay for additional activities in the destination, the money directly benefiting communities and projects across the continent.
(Save Â£118pp) 6-day African Insight only Â£177pp + local payment from Â£100pp. Experience game drives in the Kruger, a wildlife cruise on the Chobe River and splash your extra cash on adrenaline antics in Livingstone, Africa`s adventure capital. Departing 26 August. (Full tour price Â£295pp + LP)
(Save Â£238pp) 13-day Kenya & Tanzania Adventure only Â£357pp + local payment from Â£314pp. Make more of the Masai Mara and sample the Spice Island, the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Crater for less. With extra cash to spare you can extend the tour with a city stay in the cultural capital of Nairobi, your final destination. Departing 22 August. (Full tour price Â£595pp + LP)
(Save Â£298pp) 22-day Zanzibar, Victoria Falls & Kruger only Â£447pp + local payment from Â£239pp. Enjoy the dizzy heights of the bungy in Livingstone, sample the wildlife by boat on the Chobe River, by 4X4 in the Kruger and make more of Lake Malawi, with horse riding, scuba-diving, sailing and village walks offered as optional activities. Departing 24 and 31 August. (Full tour price Â£745pp + LP)
Travellers booking before 31 August can also save up to 30% on September and October departures and 20% on November and December departures. Overland departures include all camping/accommodation, most meals and services of a local guide &/or driver. Excludes return flight. All prices through Acacia Africa: Subject to availability. Acacia Africa (020 7706 4700; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.acacia-africa.com) ATOL No. 6499 and ABTA No. W4093 PROTECTED.