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South African Airways Vacations in the USA, the leisure vacation division of the airline, has introduced 15 new hotels and safari lodges, nearly doubling its product offering. 

The SAA Vacations portfolio, with hotels in cities such as Johannesburg and Cape Town, as well as its safari lodges, has increased travellers’ options for what the airline calls affordable air-inclusive luxury packages to Africa.

The new hotel properties and game lodges include aha Hotels and Lodges; Boschendal Farm; Dulini Collection; Evergreen Manor and Spa; Extraordinary; Legacy Hotel Group (Kingdom at Victoria Falls and Elephant Hills Resort); Minor Hotels (Avani Victoria Falls Resort and Royal Livingstone); Newmark (Queen Victoria, V&A, and Motswari); Ngoma Safari Lodge; Savanna Private Game Reserve; Seasons in Africa-Hollow; Heritage Hotels (Kenya); and the Victoria Falls Hotel.

All SAA Vacations packages include round-trip air transportation from New York or Washington DC on SAA. Special add-on fares are available from over 100 cities in the US with flight connections to Africa’s popular tourist destinations.

“Our travel partners can be assured their clients are receiving the best quality and value in the market with the variety that only SAA Vacations can offer,” says Terry von Guilleaume, president of SAA Vacations.

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