Gorilla trekking: Premier Holidays adds Uganda in 2019 itinerary

Earn up to GBP 150 in shopping vouchers for every booking

Premier Holidays - Gorilla Trekking
National sales manager, Carly Charteris and sales and business development manager, Karen Milward

The UK-based independent tour operator, Premier Holidays, has unveiled its latest itineraries on offer — gorilla trekking and Uganda wildlife tours.

Placing Africa adventures under the spotlight, Premier Holidays added Uganda and gorilla trekking in its 2019 Africa brochure. For 2019, travel agents can book a six-night Safari Tour in Uganda from GBP 3,349 (USD 4,400) and a three-night Gorilla Trekking escorted tour from GBP 2,349 (USD 3,088).

Mountain gorillas are considered one of Uganda’s main tourist attractions, making gorilla trekking a popular excursion. It’s a major economic driver for the country, contributing to employment, foreign exchange and its overall GDP.

Eight new tours and excursions, and six new game reserves have also been added including a four-night self-drive through the Kwazulu Natal region; a History of Humankind and Lesedi Cultural Tour, where clients visit the Cradle of Humankind Site and learn about African cultures; and four new lodges in the Kruger region.

Additionally, Premier Holidays has expanded into the White River region of Mpumalanga with the 4-star Oliver’s Lodge.

Mountain gorillas in the rainforest of Uganda
Mountain gorillas in a rainforest, Uganda

Travel agents can book a range of special offers to South Africa including new experiences featured in the brochure, until 31 October 2018. The deals offer discounts of up to GBP 700 per couple and include a Kwazulu Natal Adventure self-drive from GBP 1,699, and a seven-night Cape Town and Kruger holiday from GBP 1,669. The packages are for travel in May and June 2019, based on twin-sharing.

Booking Incentives

Travel agents can earn up to GBP 150 in shopping vouchers for every booking. Plus, Premier Holidays is also giving agents the chance to win an overnight stay at London’s Montague on the Gardens Hotel and six safari afternoon teas.

For a chance to avail of the programme, interested advisors may visit the official trade website and answer three questions about its Africa portfolio before 21 September 2018.

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