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ExecuJet adds Discovery Safaris as tour partner
ExecuJet expects demand for its safari service to grow and has found a second partner to deliver its tours, after Luxury Short Safaris signed up in May. Areas around the Okavango and Zambezi rivers teem with wildlife.
The chance to see a lion is an alluring proposition for safari tourists.

ExecuJet, part of the Luxaviation Group, has added Discovery Safaris as a new partner for its ExecuJet Tours & Safaris service.

ExecuJet Tours & Safaris (ET&S) offers a range of tailormade safari itineraries with private aircraft flights and transfers. Discovery Safaris will add to ExecuJet's existing offering, with privately guided fly-in safaris, authentic bush living and immersive wildlife adventures. Safaris can be arranged anywhere across Africa, with the option to follow wildlife to different regions as they move or migrate.

VP for Africa Gavin Kiggen states: “We're delighted to add Discovery Safaris as a partner to our new ET&S service, bringing the raw beauty of untapped Africa and a strong conservational focus to our itineraries. Discovery Safaris exhibits exemplary safety and service standards, which we are proud and confident to extend to our clients as they explore Africa by private aircraft.”

Deon Kruger, professional pilot, wildlife guide and owner of Discovery Safaris, says: “Our family-run safaris have been designed and guided through every month and season. We pride ourselves on a fully immersive outdoor lifestyle; grilling freshly caught tiger fish and bream from the Okavango and Zambezi Rivers; watching herds of zebra and wildebeest graze over breakfast; or seeking lions, leopards, elephants, cheetahs and more on horseback, in open-top vehicles or from the air. If you're passionate about preserving our natural heritage, understanding the environment and learning about wildlife from experienced professionals, Discovery Safaris is for you.”

Luxury Short Safaris was the first partner to be added to ET&S last month.

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