“The more travelers we have on a group safari the lower our operating costs per traveler because some of these operating costs are shared; we use scaled pricing to pass these savings onto our customers."
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 28, 2011
Odyssey Safaris is offering affordable group safaris to Kenya for travelers looking to avoid rising prices in 2011 and 2012. Kenya and Tanzania have both recently raised park fees and rising gas prices have impacted travel prices negatively. In addition, rising inflation has added to the pressures on tour operators and accommodation providers; all of which is reflected in the prices paid by travel consumers.
“Our affordable group safaris will allow travelers to stretch their travel dollar in a way they haven't been able to for some time,” Managing Director Mark Cahill said. “Group safaris offer substantial savings for the safari traveler and we hope to provide more value with our Kenya safaris than consumers can find elsewhere.”
This means substantial savings for travelers who book a group safari with Odyssey Safaris. Not only will your price not increase if you book early, but you can travel longer or save substantially versus a private safari.
Odyssey Safaris is offering and 8 day 7 night safari with the following safari itinerary:
Day 1: Arrive and overnight Nairobi.
Day 2-3: Amboseli National Park.
Day 4: Lake Nakuru National Park.
Day 5: Lake Naivasha.
Day 6-7: Masai Mara National Reserve
Day 8: Morning game drive and then depart for Nairobi.
These tours use some of the best lodges in Kenya!
Nairobi: Fairview Hotel
Amboseli: Serena Safari Lodge
Nakuru: Sarova Lionhill
Naivasha: Sopa Lodge
Mara: Serena Safari Lodge
8th January 2012
11th March 2012
13th May 2012
10th June 2012
15th July 2012
12th August 2012
9th September 2012
14th October 2012
16th December 2012
Prices for this safari are all inclusive and scaled based on the number of travelers on the tour.
“The more travelers we have on a group safari the lower our operating costs per traveler because some of these operating costs are shared; we use scaled pricing to pass these savings onto our customers. The first travelers who sign up for this safari will expect to pay one price, but as additional travelers sign up they will pay a lesser price when full payment is due ,” said Safari Operations Director Eliud Karimi said.
Prices (example January 8 departure 2012 per person sharing)
2 people on tour: $3,300
6 people on tour: $2,800
12 people on tour: $2,650
16 people on tour: $2,365
This is a first in the safari industry and no other company offers scaled pricing as a means of passing additional savings back to their customers.
Odyssey Safaris group safaris include:
Private transport in a luxury 4x4 safari vehicle
All national park, reserve, and conservation fees
Unlimited game drives
All transportation including airport transfers
Complimentary bottled water daily
Complimentary enrollment in AMREF emergency air evacuation service
Services of an English speaking driver/guide
“Many clients forget to ask about game drives before booking a safari and don't realize they will only game drive for 1 or 2 hours in the morning and the same in the evening,” Safari Operations Director Eliud Karimi said. “If a safari company doesn't tell you they offer unlimited game drives they probably don't and that means a lot of time at the lodge or paying extra for more game drives.”
For more information or to book a group safari visit Odyssey Safaris group safari or call 855-2SAFARI
About Odyssey Safaris
Founded in 2004 Odyssey Safaris immediately sought to address the need for outstanding customer service and the extra value that customized safaris offer. Working with the local knowledge of partner and Safari Operations Director Eliud Karimi and staff, Managing Director Mark Cahill provides information and insight to travelers to assist them in creating the perfect Kenya or Tanzania safari. The companies extra-net on their website and offices in the US and Kenya provide 24 our support to travelers and travel agents to manage their travel details.
“The destinations in east Africa are incredible and clients are obviously thrilled with that part of the trip, but what really makes a safari special is the people who execute it for you, the guide, the planner and support staff, said Managing Director Mark Cahill. “Once your on the plane to east Africa professionalism is extremely important and our clients are exceedingly impressed with our staff and some have remained friends; its a priceless value add.”
Odyssey Safaris is a member of the Association for the Promotion of Tourism (APTA) to Africa and the Africa Travel Association (ATA).
Read about all of the steps Odyssey Safaris takes to make your trip as enjoyable as possible: Safe Safari Travel
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