by Paul Saad
Helping you discover your perfect Africa safari destination
Africa is a destination which rewards its visitors with an endless range of experiences in a single trip, it’s because of this that many visitors who choose to visit Africa for an Africa safari, have several places in mind but all too often, struggle to reduce their safari options to just one destination. Aside from narrowing down your options and altering you’re itinerary, an easier and less time consuming option could be to go on a twin centre holiday to Africa.
Twin centre holidays are a unique and helpful holiday package which allows you to add two or more components to your holiday, for example should you want to spend some part of your Africa safari on a beach then you may wish to add a beach holiday to your package. Or should you have a burning desire to visit two safari parks such as the Kruger National safari Park in South Africa and the Masai Mara in Kenya, you could choose to combine the two packages and create your very own unique holiday to Africa. This healthy option will mean that you can do exactly what you want to do on your holiday without having the stress and dilemma of choosing between two different locations or attractions.
This form of holiday has changed the way we book our holiday, no longer is the consumer constrained to the package holidays on offer, with a twin centre holiday you can create and customise your very own holiday. From choosing the time and day that you fly to what you do on your holiday, you can literally get a blank piece of paper and build you’re Africa safari holiday from scratch. In effect you’re getting two holidays for almost the same amount of money. Below are a few more examples of twin centre holiday combinations to help inspire your own holiday package.
One of the most popular destinations for a twin centre holiday is South Africa with the majority of people beginning their visit with a stay in Johannesburg and opting to combine their visit to this cosmopolitan city with a safari to the popular safari park, the Kruger National Safari Park. A popular option having been to one of Africa’s largest game reserve is a relaxing beach holiday to Mauritius or combined with a visit to Zambia to see the great Victoria Falls.
Perhaps the most well-known Africa safari destination in Africa is Kenya, which is commonly combined with a luxury beach retreat to the Seychelles and the Maldives. Should you not wish to go that far you could always combine you’re visit to Kenya with a trip to Tanzania on one of their incredible beaches.
No matter where you decide to go for your Africa safari holiday I have no doubt that creating you’re very own holiday to the greatest continents in the world, will provide you with the holiday experience of a lifetime and will leave you with an unprecedented amount of incredible memories which will last a lifetime.
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