Africa travel website offers new features
Dubai, July 27, 2013
Southafricaholidays.com, an online travel shop focusing on Africa, has enhanced its website by offering visitors the ability to book and pay for flight, hotels, cars and travel insurance.
This initiative comes from a strategy to invest in secure technological innovations for the convenience of its customers.
The site offers visitors a number of airlines operating in the continent based on the lowest fare available, a range of hotels and apartments in all star categories, care hire options, and travel insurance which can be booked and purchased online at a nominal fee.
Bisy Philip, chief operating officer, said, "Our new web site is more than just a redesign. The ability to book and purchase flights, hotels, cars and insurance online is a convenient and time saving tool to our customers and expands our value added offerings.”
“We are close to enabling our loyal customers with the option of booking Tour Packages and Transfers online along with booking through mobile applications. It is expected to be extremely appealing to our wide and varied customer base" added Philip.
During the past year, Southafricaholidays.com has increased its distribution channel to the Travel Trade. Travel Trade can now have their own access to Southafricaholidays.com for making hotel, car and insurance bookings and accepting payments from their customers.
Other services available on Southafricaholidays.com website include various transfers, sightseeing tours including day tours and activities to Africa especially to south and east Africa with indicative prices. - TradeArabia News Service
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