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Wilderness Safaris launches Private Journeys for tours of South Africa

Wilderness Safaris has launched Private Journeys – a fully integrated division within the company that has evolved from the previously independent-brand, Wilderness Touring Cape Town. Wilderness Safaris says the new Private Journeys division offers “exceptional tailor-made’’, privately-guided tours of Cape Town, the Cape Peninsula, the Winelands and other Western Cape attractions.

Wilderness Safaris operates camps and safaris in some of Africa’s best wildlife and wilderness reserves across eight countries: Botswana, Kenya, Namibia, Rwanda, Seychelles, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

“We haven’t really changed what we offer, but we have certainly enhanced how we offer it,” said Private Journeys General Manager Charles van Rensburg. “Our focus is to offer unique and extraordinary privately-guided experiences that are off the tourist track but still showcase the very best of what the Cape has to offer. We also wanted to elevate our Private Journeys to be more aligned to Wilderness Safaris vision; creating life-changing journeys and inspiring positive action, and are therefore delighted to now be fully integrated under the Wilderness Safaris umbrella.”

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With more than 20 years of experience, Wilderness Safaris touring division has a wealth of knowledge and value to offer guests and trade partners alike. Instead of overwhelming guests with many options, the Private Journeys team has analyzed and handpicked their top recommendations, offering a select range of extraordinary experiences for people to enjoy, with a variety of add-ons available.

“Our dedicated team is ready and waiting to craft each and every individual itinerary and to emphasize our creativity, commitment to sustainability and love for the Cape!” van Rensburg said. “We are also not limiting our Journeys to the vehicles we own in our fleet; if a guest wants to do the Journey in a convertible, Mini, top-spec’d Merc or BMW…ask us and we will find it.’’

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