TCS World Travel, the world’s leading tour operator of private jet expeditions, has included Maasai Mara, Victoria Falls in Zambia, Volcanoes National Park Rwanda and Okavango Delta, Botswana in its highly anticipated 2020 schedule of global and regional journeys.
These all-inclusive itineraries combine natural wonders, iconic landmarks, “first chance” destinations, exclusive experiences and transformative moments. In addition to its custom Boeing 757 private jets, reconfigured with 50 or 76 seats, the award-winning company will offer its 2020 regional itineraries on an Airbus A318-100 private jet.
With seating for 28 guests, this jet has the range to cover longer distances but is also nimble enough to land in remote destinations hard to reach by commercial air.
Other destinations in Africa include Cape Town, South Africa, Walvis Bay, Namibia and Madagascar. The trip will be undertaken in December 29th 2019 and January 17th 2020 for 20 days featuring 51 guests.
“Explore the natural and cultural wonders of Africa from the jungles of Rwanda and vineyards of South Africa to the vast plains of the Serengeti. $114,950 USD per person, double occupancy; $11,495 USD single supplement,” reads a notice.
TCS World Travel leads the industry in private jet journeys with the experience and knowledge built from developing hundreds of trips for 25 years.
Each of these inspired itineraries takes guests around the globe, across a continent or deeper into a country or region on a customized aircraft with flatbed or business-class seats.
Due to its new Airbus A318-100 jet offering, the company’s 2020 regional journeys will allow guests to travel longer distances while still navigating remote destinations. This jet features a spacious interior with 28 flatbed seats, so TCS World Travel can continue to provide the same high level of ease and service for which they are known.
“Our 2020 schedule reflects our legacy of providing unparalleled, enriching experiences with exceptional service, as well as offering our guests the access they wouldn’t get on their own and connecting them with people, cultures and experiences,” said TCS World Travel President Shelley Cline. “These are our guiding principles when we develop new journeys and expand our portfolio of offerings, especially as we continue to grow and maintain our position as a leader in the space.”