Adventure World’s partner Desert & Delta Safaris are changing the face, and the sound, of safari experiences in Botswana.
The Wings Over Botswana tour ventures through the Chobe National Park in one of four electric-powered game drive vehicles.
Adventure World general manager Caryn Young recently visited the Good Work Foundation as part of the Sabi Sabi Community Tour.
Adventure World general manager Caryn Young is back in Africa to reconnect face to face with suppliers and source new sustainable product that reflects the company’s new positioning statement of ‘Travel with Purpose’. Young is attending Africa’s Travel Indaba trade show in Durban, South Africa.
Being called a dinosaur isn’t normally meant as a term of endearment, but for Frankton travel agent Tori Keating getting a bit prehistoric is a way to lighten up during these days of self isolation.
Leaders in the travel industry have been encouraged to create an environment where no-one can hide when it comes to creating a diverse working place and giving equal and fair opportunities to all.
Adventure World’s expert in group and family travel, Angela Mount has recently returned from safari in Africa with her three children aged 8, 14, 15 and shares her top tips for agents in preparing clients for safari with their kids.
Julie Gerrard, destination team leader – North America, Asia, Europe from Adventure World New Zealand, enjoyed her recent trip to The Great American West so much, that she got a tattoo to prove it.
Adventure World Travel (AWT) has released its 2019-20 Asia portfolio, which includes responsible wildlife options and and opportunities to discover the lesser explored areas in China and Cambodia.
Adventure World Travel has a sharp offer on its small group journey through the Masai Mara and Serengeti National Parks.