Yampu continues to build tailor-made itineraries to Africa, and expects to increase this region’s client-base as they increase their luxury safari options.
Designing custom-tours since 1998, Yampu sends their client’s on trips of a lifetime to Latin America, Africa, India/S.Asia, and South-East Asia. The tour operator continuously develops their product, and is currently focusing on new options in Botswana, a popular destination for wildlife and safaris. Monica Irauzqui, the Vice President of Yampu, is currently on inspection in South Africa and Botswana while attending INDABA, Africa’s largest travel trade show. From hotels to excursions, she is reviewing new material for Yampu.
Some of the most impressive accommodations are those of the Sanctuary Retreats. In the Okavango Delta, the Sanctuary Baines’ Camp is located on a vast private concession bordering the Moremi Game Reserve. An eco-friendly property, this destination in Botswana combines the thrills of adventure and luxury. The most intimate of the Sanctuary lodgings, the Baines’ Camp has five suites on the property. Raised on an elevated platform, each suite has expansive views of a permanent lagoon of the Boro River. With private wooden decks, enjoy the sweeping views from a “star bath” for the ultimate indulgence, or sleeping under the stars on a bed that easily rolls out from your room (mosquito netting provided). See endless wildlife on both morning and evening game reserves, and explore the reserve on walking safaris, guided by elephants.
Yampu Tours has also been building itineraries with the Chobe Game Lodge, the only accommodation option within the Chobe National Park. Only an hour drive away from Victoria Falls, this safari destination is a luxurious haven, with air-conditioned rooms that have overwhelming views of the Chobe River. At the lodge, you can explore the reserve and seek out wildlife with game viewing experiences from open 4×4 vehicles and small maneuverable boats upon the water. You may also enjoy a scenic morning or sunset cruise along the Chobe River from a double-decker cruise boat that has snacks and drinks on board. Known to have the largest population of elephants in Africa, you can watch as the reserve moves with wildlife from the deck of your room.
With many more safari options in Botswana, Yampu Tours is exited to start creating new itineraries for their future and repeat clients. If you are interested in more information on the new material from Yampu, please contact Caitlin at Caitlin@yampu.com.
Based in Stowe, Vermont and with offices in New York City, Yampu Tours has a A+ rating at the BBB (Better Business Bureau), is a member of ASTA (the American Society of Travel Agents), and bonded with ARC (American Airlines Reporting Corporation) and IATA. For more information, please visit www.yampu.com or contact: Toll Free: (US) 1-888-926 7801 (UK) 0800 011 2424 International: (US) +1 212 206-3710 (UK) +44 20 89299886 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org