Spotlight: East Africa Guided Group Tours
East Africa offers travellers a classic ‘Out of Africa’ safari with its wide open spaces, lush grasslands, unparalleled diversity of wildlife, colourful Maasai warriors, and a wide range of accommodation options suited to almost any client's budget. It is also home to two of Africa’s most popular safari destinations on the continent - Kenya and Tanzania.
We have decided to round up our favourite and utterly unmissable East African tours which are sure to wow your clients.
East African Migration Discoverer
Kenya, Tanzania – 15 days: Follow the annual wildebeest migration – one of the greatest natural spectacles on the continent. Highlights include the chance to witness nature at its best while visiting world famous attractions like the Serengeti National Park, the Ngorongoro Crater and the Masai Mara. Clients can look forward to comfortable mid-range accommodation and highly knowledgable and experienced guides committed to showing them the very best that Tanzania and Kenya have to offer.
Tanzania Wildlife Breakaway
Tanzania – 7 days: The Tanzania Wildlife Breakaway safari takes you on a journey through the most concentrated wildlife areas of Tanzania. Visit the world-famous Serengeti National Park, the elephant abundant Tarangire National Park and the breath-taking Ngorongoro Crater whilst spending your nights in some of East Africa’s most comfortable safari lodges.
Tanzania Wildlife and Cultural Explorer
Tanzania – 10 days: Our Tanzania Wildlife and Cultural Safari offers the very best of Tanzania’s vibrant culture combined with the opportunity to explore its most concentrated wildlife areas to tick off that Big 5 list!
What clients are saying about our East African tours on Tripadvisor
"Travelled with Jenman in October 2016 on their East Africa Migration Discover and it truly exceeded the high expectations I had. Apart from the wildlife (which was far to superior to Southern Africa) each national park really had a personality of its own which meant that each safari day was special in its own way. It's the sort of trip we're identifying the highlights is next to impossible.."
Ian B on Trip Advisor (12 Jan 2017)
Jenman Undergoes a Leadership Change
Jenman African Safaris has appointed Katja Quasdorf as Chief Executive Officer. Katja joined the Jenman team 12 years ago and brings to her role as the new CEO a new focus on implementing our company strategy and direction through a senior management team.
In 2017, Jenman African Safaris will be focusing and improving our safari vehicle fleet, all custom-made in Cape Town, and re-looking at the current market to identify key areas of product changes required to remain one of the top safari operators in Africa. Furthermore, both Katja Quasdorf and Garth Jenman are committed to growing the Hideaways’ portfolio and realising more opportunities for Jenman African Safaris going forward.
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Terms & Conditions
• Validity: For bookings made from 01 Jan – 28 Feb 2017
• Payment Terms: 20% deposit by 28th Feb. Bookings travelling before 28th Feb will be on the normal terms and conditions.
• For travel from 01 Jan 2017 – 30 Jun 2017.
• 10% Discount per person tour price on our Botswana Wildlife Breakaway and Botswana Lodge Explorer Tours - Excludes all other Southern Africa, East Africa, Madagascar scheduled tours, tailor-made, private guided lodge safaris and packages.
Join us at ITB Berlin!
Join our CEO, Katja Quasdorf at ITB Berlin which is taking place from from 8-10 March. She welcomes the opportunity to meet you during ITB to discuss your plans for the upcoming season and to find ways how Jenman African Safaris can improve our services to support your goals and strategies. Find us in Hall 20 at Stand 121. Please feel free to get in touch with Katja directly on firstname.lastname@example.org to book your appointment.
Not exhibiting at ITB Berlin? See the full range of tradeshows we will be exhibiting at in 2017 below.
Come meet us personally in 2017
We will be exhibiting at the following travel shows below throughout 2017. Come and say hello if you are attending any of these events, we are looking forward to meeting you there and to discussing how we can strategically assist and support your business goals.
8 - 14 March: ITB (Berlin)
19 - 21 April: WTM (Cape Town)
16 - 18 May: Indaba (Durban)
1 - 3 June: TTE (Tucson)
1 - 4 June: We are Africa (Cape Town)
8 – 10 June: Shanganai (Zimbabwe)
September: Goway (Canada)
November: BTTE (Kasane)
Project Penya - Be the Change!
Did you know that one out of ten teenage girls throughout Africa’s most rural regions misses up to 25% of school annually due to the humiliation and stigma attached to menstruation simply because they do not have access to sanitary products?
Jenman African Safaris has joined the fight to break the taboo on menstruation in Africa by ensuring that the girls attending Dingani Primary School – near Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe – never have to go through the shame and psychological stress of having their period whilst in school.
Jenman African Safaris in association with Grow Africa is aiming to raise R 75 000 to supply each of Dingani Primary School’s Grade 6 and 7 girls with a set of Subz panties and pads (Hyperlink to site) on an on-going and sustainable basis. These funds will also go towards educational and motivational workshops to educate them not just on their bodies but to teach them about the importance of focusing on their careers.
Penya translated from Shona means “to shine” and this project’s core objective is to empower entire generations of teenage girls to have a brighter future.
A Round Up of Conservation Success Stories
Conservation remains a buzzword in the tourism industry, and the last few months has seen strong and positive success stories emerging in conservation for Africa. We've rounded up the top conservation stories around the world that will help protect Africa’s natural resources and wildlife for years to come.