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New nation, tours in Bench Africa's 2018 brochure


Bench Africa releases new brochure in 49th year of business

Since opening their doors for business in March 1969, Bench has introduced the African continent to thousands of Australians. Featuring the highlights of Africa with its wonderful wildlife, spectacular scenery and colourful cultures, throughout Southern, East and North Africa, Bench Africa continues to introduce new programs into their portfolio.

 

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Bench Africa’s company motto is “excellence through experience” – a value that they live and breathe, with their Australian staff travelling to Africa every year to keep their immense knowledge fresh. Bench also has offices in both Kenya and South Africa to ensure that they always have their eyes and ears on the ground.

 

This year Bench Africa has a range of new small group tours in South Africa, Botswana and Namibia and have introduced a whole new country – Malawi.

 

Bench has also introduced a section at the beginning of the brochure with their Best Selling Tours – this should help to inspire first time visitors to Africa.

 

For the more independent traveller Bench can plan and tailor an itinerary. View the world-renowned annual animal Migration in Kenya and Tanzania, take a walking safari in the remote reaches of Zambia, visit the iconic Victoria Falls or the picturesque city of Cape Town. For the more adventurous scale Mt Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain, or track the mountain gorillas in Uganda and Rwanda. These are just some of the many opportunities available.

 

Unwind after your safari on the white sandy beaches of the Indian Ocean, with the exotica of Zanzibar, untouched islands of Mozambique, or luxury resorts of Mauritius.

 

“From families to honeymooners, ‘budget and basic’ to dramatic luxury, group tours to private tailor made itineraries - we have thought of everything to ensure that we design the perfect holiday to suit your customers’ needs.” - Bench Africa General Manager, Martin Edwards.

 

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Published: 23 August 2017


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