New 2019 Tours From Acacia Africa

Acacia Africa will launch seven new tours in 2019, the itineraries spanning the tour operator’s, Short Safaris & Treks, City Breaks & Short Stays and Camping and Accommodated Overland collections.

Embracing the trend for solo travel, the operator is introducing four overland itineraries, Acacia’s camping options requiring no single supplement. Differentiating itself from its competitors, all Overland Tours and Small Group Safaris which currently start or end in Johannesburg will switch to Pretoria. Smaller and more pleasant to explore than its larger neighbour, Pretoria is expected to be popular with all clients, especially female solo travellers and families, both groups viewing safety as a priority, and many perhaps choosing to extend their stay with Acacia’s new 3-day Pretoria City Stay. The decision will also reduce travelling time in and out of the city by one hour - the change coming into effect in the New Year.

Now Acacia’s longest tour, the new 62-day South Africa to Kenya visits nine countries. Long established overland destinations have been combined with lesser known Africa - Swaziland, Lesotho and Malawi included on the itinerary.

Acacia has also developed bite-size overland tours, these engaging trips ideal for time-sensitive travellers - the 4-day Garden Route Express and 13-day Kruger Swazi & Drakensberg overland tours scheduled to depart this coming January. 

Additional new tours from Acacia include the 47-day Kenya to South Africa camping and accommodated overland tour, the 5-day Hwange & Victoria Falls (Short Safaris & Treks) and the 3-day Durban City Stay.

All 2019 tours will go live at acacia-africa.com on 02 January, but full dossiers will be available from Acacia Africa by 02 November 2018.