Ultra-luxury conservation and ecotourism brand, Singita, was in Australia and New Zealand recently meeting with travel partners after an extended hiatus caused by the pandemic.
Cape Town-based Caroline Burke, General Manager of Business Development at Singita and local representative, Lea Seguier, were on the road for four weeks to visit partners and friends in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Auckand, enjoying catch-ups, meetings, dinners and lunches with their VIP counterparts.
Singita comprises exceptional safari experiences at 15 luxury, award-winning lodges and camps across four countries. Burke’s visit comes as the Virtuoso Preferred partner reports huge demand for its upcoming seasons from long-haul markets.
“After such a tough few years, it was the most incredible experience to see our Australian and New Zealand travel partners in person again,” Burke remarked.
“Lea and I were so warmly welcomed by everyone. I cannot thank our partners enough for their commitment and support.”
“2023 is looking so promising for Africa and we look forward to welcoming guests from this part of the world to our lodges once more. We are very lucky to have Lea based in Sydney and my sincere thanks to her for arranging such a wonderful trip.”
Lead image: Michael Nolan, Bayview Travel, Louis Teng, Travel Associates; Anthony Goldman, Travelcall; Rachelle Matheson, Jigsaw Travel; Caroline Burke, Singita; Kelly Gelfand, Tribe Group; Lea Seguier, Singita; and Yvonne Verstandig, Y Travel.
Pictured below are photos from Burke and Seguier’s sales mission with some of their partners.