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ExecuJet launches new Tours & Safaris division

Posted 14 May 2019 · Add Comment

ExecuJet, part of the Luxaviation Group, is launching ExecuJet Tours & Safaris at We Are Africa, in partnership with one of Africa’s leading safari specialist operators: Luxury Short Safari.

ExecuJet Tours & Safaris offers a range of tailor-made safari itineraries with private aircraft flights and transfers. As the launch partner, Luxury Short Safari has been hand-picked by ExecuJet for its exemplary safety and service standards, matching ExecuJet’s own. Locations include all African safari destinations and the surrounding Indian Ocean islands.

Gavin Kiggen, vice president Africa, ExecuJet, says: “Safaris are an integral part of African travel, providing a window into the rich, diverse and complex environment of this astonishing continent. Private aircraft are perfectly suited to this kind of exploration – they afford you increased travel flexibility; can land on short or dirt runways so will take you directly to your destination; and give our customers enhanced luxury, privacy and comfort. We’re incredibly excited to partner with Luxury Short Safari, offering clients bespoke and seamless experiences across Africa.”

Alessia Lo Cascio, owner of Luxury Short Safari, said: “To experience the romance of the African savannah in a short time-span, our packages are ideal. Fill your days with game drives over land, via boat or even by hot air balloon. Or combine it with an island trip, where you can learn to scuba dive, rent a private yacht, or relax with bespoke spa and beauty services. Our selected partners provide secluded, ultra-luxury villas, with devoted members of staff to fulfil your every need. Our range of conservation areas and national parks make spotting ‘big five’ game, rare primates and breathtaking migrations completely effortless.”

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