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Group travel adds an extra dimension (Best Of Southern Africa 2014 Group Tour).

October 2, 2014

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There are even greater advantages which contribute significantly to the enjoyment of a voyage.

It’s that extra dimension which comes with companionship. Sharing the stories as you travel along together. You don’t just see things through your own eyes alone; you broaden your experiences through the  different perspectives of the group.

From → Alex and Janine

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