26 May 2020Vamoos
The Vamoos App helps travel companies transform their client’s entire experience, from the moment they book to after they return home.Read More
21 May 2020J W Seagon and Co Insurance Brokers
Businesses in the travel and tourism industry are seeing the financial impacts of Covid-19 and we are aware that many of you are trying to cut costs and tighten your belts where possible.Read More
23 April 2020Far Horizons Marketing
In this webinar, Lucinda will be introducing you to four luxurious properties which are all located in the Western Sector of the Sabi Sands. An exclusive 5 star lodge, Savanna is situated in the internationally famous Sabi Sand Reserve within the greater Kruger National Park conservancy. Savanna Lodge boasts nine magnificent suites, offering spacious and luxurious accommodation.
16 April 2020Belmond
We are delighted to offer you this opportunity to connect with our highly knowledgeable Sales Manager of over 26 years, Sandy Fowler, who has garnered a wealth of experience and insights into the safari industry in Northern Botswana.Read More
27 February 2020The Liz McGrath Collection
The Liz McGrath Collection, comprising The Cellars-Hohenort, The Marine, and The Plettenberg - three iconic hotels that exemplify South African hospitality. Each of these 5-star hotels boasts a unique location, mesmerising history, splendid design, and amenities and services that are second to none. What they share is the inimitable style of their creator, the late Liz McGrath. A self-taught, natural hotelier, the amazing “Mrs M”, as her staff fondly liked to call her - built her collection based on her great passions: décor, food and gardening. An icon within South Africa’s hotel industry.Read More
26 February 2020Saruni
Saruni Rhino is a property in Northern Kenya that is the first in East Africa to offer black rhino tracking on-foot. Three years after opening, this experiment in community-based conservation keeps amazing the Kenya tourism scene. After the launch of a 3rd ‘banda’, a large family house with 4 beds, right in front of a very busy waterhole, and after the launch of its pool, it is the rhino population that keeps growing. The 54,000 hectares-large sanctuary within the broader 350,000 hectares-large Sera conservancy, started with 10 rhino and now has 16 (10 adults & 6 calves). There have been no losses. More species have been translocated into this safe haven.
20 February 2020ATTA®
In this webinar, Genevieve explores Sir Richard Branson’s Private retreats throughout South Africa and Kenya featuring Ulusaba Private Game Reserve, Mont Rochelle Hotel and Vineyard, and Mahali Mzuri Kenyan Safari Camp. Sit back and let the wildlife come to you at Ulusaba and Mahali Mzuri or take part in the action at Mont Rochelle by picking and stomping grapes during our harvest. You’ll come to understand why Sir Richard Branson holds these unique properties so close to his heart and wishes to share them with you all.
13 February 2020
When booking a Tanzanian safari, the names of Serengeti, Ngorongoro and Zanzibar dominate, however a trip to the South offers the discerning client an extraordinary contrasting wildlife & beach experience. Selous Safari Company (SSC) offers an exceptional collection of properties located in the tranquil surrounds of Southern Tanzania. The company has a philosophy of running small, intimate camps that offer a highly personalised service. With a 32-year history that has its roots in the Selous Game Reserve, SSC has become one of the most highly regarded safari companies in Tanzania.Read More
11 February 2020Fleet Street Clinic
In this webinar from Tuesday 11th February 2020 Dr Richard Dawood, Travel Specialist, Founder of the Fleet Street Clinic & Atta’s Medical Advisor discusses the current Coronavirus outbreak. Dr. Dawood discusses new developments, provides relevant medical advice and also helps explain what the risk is to the average person. There is a focus on travel, the impact on tourism and what tour operators can do to minimise risk for their staff and their travellers.Read More
06 February 2020
Offbeat Safaris was established in 1990, beginning with mobile horseback safaris and then further expanding the collection to include traditional safari camps and lodges in Kenya's prime game viewing areas. Offbeat Safaris have become well known for offering exceptionally high standards of guiding, service and accommodation, whilst not compromising on the true nature of being on safari. Experiencing this raw wilderness is what makes our safaris so special.
30 January 2020
Intimate Places: Camp Zebra - following the Great Wildebeest Migration around the Serengeti National ParkIntimate Places
Visitors to Tanzania wishing to experience the miracle of the Great Wildebeest Migration, which is reputed to be the largest mass movement of animals on our planet, need look no further than Intimate Places' Camp Zebra. With spacious and comfortable accommodation, Camp Zebra is a seasonal camp which has been especially designed to closely follow the migrating animals as they make their way around the Serengeti National Park.
23 January 2020Hemingways Collection
In this webinar Lucinda takes us on a journey around The Hemingways Collection's three iconic properties – Hemingways Nairobi, Ol Seki Hemingways Mara and Hemingways Watamu. Whether you are looking to sell each property individually or together as the perfect Kenya bush, beach and city itinerary, Lucinda will highlight the USPs and help answer your questions about these spectacular and very different properties.Read More
16 January 2020Zuri Zanzibar
Opened in 2018, Zuri Zanzibar is a 5-star lifestyle resort located in a prime position in Kendwa on the north-west coast of Zanzibar. It boasts a 300-metre long pristine beach that is unaffected by tidal movements and is ideal for swimming all day long and viewing the daily breath-taking sunsets. The resort offers accommodation in 55 bungalows, suites and villas that sit comfortably within Zuri’s 32 acre micro-universe. Designed by Jestico+Whiles, certified with a Gold for Sustainable Design by EarthCheck and a member of Design Hotels, Zuri Zanzibar combines elegant contemporary design with a considerate, sustainable build in an authentic African atmosphere.Read More
12 December 2019
Community & Conservation Safari, adding value & meaning to guest experiences with African Bush CampsAfrican Bush Camps
The season of giving and reflecting on the past year is upon us. African Bush Camps invites you to join us as we dive into our community and conservation relationships and highlight the importance and impact a conscious traveller can make towards sharing and conserving Africa together. Walk with the African Bush Camps team as we explore the intricacies of conservation and illustrate how guests can actively participate and understand the need and benefits of the work being undertaken by African Bush Camps Foundation. Join us on our Community and Conservation Safari, as we empower one another through enriching experiences.Read More
05 December 2019Borana
Lengishu is an exclusive use family home at the heart of the Borana Conservancy in Northern Kenya, the country’s newest and most successful rhino sanctuary. Offering accommodation for up to 12 guests, Lengishu combines a leading wildlife destination with a sustainable ethos and locally sourced and inspired design. Lengishu is nestled quietly into a ridgeline offering stunning views across Borana, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and deep into Kenya’s Northern Frontier. Stone for the floors and design features were excavated from the site itself, earth from the site clads the walls and the exposed timber-work was all sourced locally.Read More
03 December 2019Borana
Borana Conservancy is a 32,000 acre private conservation area hailed by Save The Rhino International as ‘Kenya’s newest and most successful rhino sanctuary’. In 2013, a founding population of black rhino were introduced to Borana and the population has since thrived. Once settled, Borana and the neighboring Lewa Wildlife Conservancy dropped their fences to form the Lewa-Borana Landscape (LBL), the largest contiguous rhino habitat in East Africa which spans 92,000 acres. The LBL currently hosts 12% (105) and 14% (98) of Kenya’s black and white rhino stocks respectively.Read More
21 November 2019Natural Selection
The iconic Jack’s Camp in the Makgadikgadi, Botswana is to be rebuilt and will reopen with a luxurious new look in May 2020 to celebrate the camp’s 25th anniversary. Jack’s Camp is a pioneer. The camp trail-blazed safaris in the harsh but beautiful Makgadikgadi region of Botswana 25 years ago and is still the only operator for almost 100 miles. The safari experience at Jack’s is unique. At first sight the lunar-like salt pans appear devoid of life, but in the hands of the knowledgeable camp guides the story of the Makgadikgadi begins to unfold. Whether it’s quad biking out into the remnants of the super lake, hunting for stone tools in the crusty salt flats or seeing the world through the eyes of the Bushmen, this is a safari where the focus is on learning, appreciating and being humbled by a vast landscape.Read More
14 November 2019Natural Selection
In recent history, we’ve seen conservation of the natural world grow from a fledgling awareness in the 1960s, to a global interest. But somewhere along the way, Africa’s wild places became second best. Animals were poached, and wilderness areas were stripped of trees, eroded and mined. We realised that something had to be done to protect these areas. From its inception, the business model of Natural Selection has been about creating an excellent safari experience that gives back and so 1.5% of each booking goes straight back to conservation. We believe that by simply visiting a wildlife area, travellers are encouraging its continued protection through tourism revenue. For that reason, our deep commitment to conservation is matched only by our devotion to providing our guests with the most unique and extraordinary safari experiences out there.Read More
24 October 2019Great Plains Conservation
Introducing Great Plains Conservation’s latest camp opening, Mara Nyika Camp, a premier camp in the Naboisho Conservancy. This webinar is presented by Alex Walters who is the Sales & Marketing Manager for Europe & Middle East markets and is one of Atta’s European Advisors. Alex will highlight the differences between this camp and its sister camps in the Mara Conservancies, that of Mara Plains Camp and Mara Expedition Camp. He will explain how any one or more of the Mara Conservancies camps combines beautifully with ol Donyo Lodge, in the Chyulu Hills, overlooking Mount Kilimanjaro. He will also link these areas to the Great Plains Foundation supported conservation and community initiatives in Kenya.Read More