Acacia Africa Focuses On Southern Africa With Launch Of Three New Tours

Acacia Africa is expanding its Southern Africa collection with two new small group safaris, visits to Zimbabwe included on both itineraries. The tour operator is already seeing increased demand for travel to the country - a trend it expects to continue through 2018. In a bid to bolster the number of sustainable travel opportunities available to its clients, Acacia has also launched a three day Marine Eco Tour based in Cape Town.

The new nine day Kruger and Victoria Falls small group tour includes a three night stay at the falls and a rhino walking safari and game drive in Matobo National Park. The itinerary also includes stops in South Africa, with safaris in Kruger National Park and the Polokwane Game Reserve.  

The nine day Okavango Wilderness Trails also visits the Victoria Falls, where clients will have the opportunity to enjoy the Zambezi Sunset Cruise as well as a tour of Victoria Falls (Mosi oa Tunya National Park). 

Acacia Africa has also introduced a three day Marine Eco Tour based in Cape Town. The city stay has a strong focus on the conservation of the Marine Big Five (including sharks, dolphins, whales, seals and penguins) and not just the Great White Shark, for which the area is well-known, clients hosted by an expert marine biologist.  

Acacia Africa is still actively promoting Cape Town as a destination during the current water crisis, but also advising its clients/agents about the need to conserve water and be mindful about their water usage while staying in the city. Acacia is also spreading awareness through its social networking channels and encouraging its clients to share their water saving tips using the hashtag #SaveLikeALocal.”