10% Off Southern African Guided Group Tours
Availability for the new year is already filling up fast so don't miss out on this great offer! Save 10 % on all Southern African Guided Group tours when you book before 15 December 2016.
Terms & Conditions
• Validity: For bookings made from 01 November– 15 December 2016
• Payment Terms: 20 % deposit by 15 December and final payment by or before 31 January 2017.
• For travel from 1 January 2017 – 30 June 2017
• 10% Discount per person tour price - Excludes all East Africa, Madagascar scheduled tours, tailor-made, day tours, private guided lodge safaris & packages.
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Botswana Wildlife Breakaway through a traveller's eyes
Ever wondered what your clients experience on a Jenman African Safaris' tour? Recent client Matt Douglas from New Zealand captured his incredible journey on our Botswana Wildlife Breakaway tour, giving you the unique opportunity to see this tour through a client's eyes.
Part 1 - Victoria Falls to Khwai
Part 2 - Khwai to Victoria Falls
Five eco-lodges making a true difference
For visitors journeying through Africa, eco-tourism is all about travelling whilst touching the earth lightly and leaving a positive impact on the places they visit. Choosing eco-lodges that are truly dedicated to the environment, its surrounding communities and the conservation of its wildlife is vital to this lifestyle decision. Certain lodges however are quick to label themselves as “eco-friendly” as a way to boost sales whilst not actually meeting the criteria required or holding these values close to their hearts.
We decided to weigh up on five pioneering eco-lodges that are setting the benchmark for eco-tourism in Africa just as we have done.
Botswana enforces travel regulations for minors
The requirement that minors travelling into and out of Botswana produce an unabridged birth certificate is not a new requirement but it is now being enforced much more stringently. What does this mean for our travellers?
- Children travelling into or through Botswana must provide a certified copy of their full birth certificate (UBC) together with their valid passport.
- Children travelling with one parent, another adult or unaccompanied, must carry an affidavit from their parents who aren’t present that provide consent for the child to travel.
- An affidavit will not be required if the father’s name does not appear on the child’s birth certificate.
Kindly ensure that families travelling to Botswana are made aware of these regulations. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Bringing joy to under-privileged children this Christmas
The Jenman team is incredibly proud to have taken part in the Santa Shoebox Project, providing under-privileged children in Cape Town's poorest communities with the chance to open a special Christmas gift this December!
Our staff got together in their departments and pledged as many shoeboxes as they could. While it was all in the name of charity, this soon turned into a fierce competition as each team did their best to make their shoebox the best wrapped!
Our banking details for East Africa have changed!
Jenman African Safaris made the decision to close our East African bank account. All payments made for East African tours are now to be paid into our South African bank account.
Please ensure that our old East African banking details are deleted and replaced with our South African banking details found on the bottom of each of our invoices.
Should you have any queries, please contact Michelle Jurams in our accounts department on email@example.com.
Price change to Kruger Experience
Please take note of the price change to the 2017 Kruger Experience package. Kindly take the time to download the updated rate sheets from Jenman.travel below.
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