senior spending increased number of wealthy tourists who claims he was subjected to substantially change. They want to experience new experiences in different quests rather than sipping cocktails on fine sandy beaches. This means that the wealth of tourists will become the focus of natural areas. For this reason, investors and hotel tour operators are starting to change their games and create new facilities in natural environments.


Africa was a favorite place for these rich tourists to watch the flock of wild animals migrating and to fly on a hot air balloon. But now the hospitality industry, which offers hospitality services, explores new places to meet the growing appetite of luxury travelers.

Seyahat African tourism has evolved considerably over the last decade, with a new evolution, fueling the demands of the baby boomer generation, as well as advanced experiential travel, in the last decade, bir said Xander Nijnens of Saharan Africa Hotels.


They BEGIN CHANGING THE GAME People are asking originality, but also the innovation they want and indicating Xander Nijnens, when Luxury travel review is concerned, stating that one should not forget the privilege of factors had told me: “People Maasai Mara as willing to travel to the places frequently visited deeper and more. This means that the less developed and natural areas are now the focal point. Therefore, tour operators and travel agencies that market the hotel started to change their games. The hotels with panoramic views and surrounding landscapes are constantly receiving guests. At the same time, more and more nomadic life options such as luxury camps and integrated camps are becoming increasingly popular.


Nijnens said that in the new tourism concept, tourists started to get away from the concrete and brick structures in traditional demands. But they want to have a different experience for a unique and memorable trip. A number of new developments, including natural, wild and eye-catching designs in tourism, owes its existence to the strong publicity of social media. The sharing of experiences in the social media environment by tourists brought a new perspective on African travel. These shares helped promote the lesser known positions of the African continent. Sharing experiences with social networks means that there is no need for big tourism marketing budgets.


Countries in Africa are playing in the tourist market with the strengths their country offers to luxury travelers. In Rwanda, the price of trekking in gorillas and natural habitats doubled, reaching $ 1,500. Thus, countries are targeting a higher number of high-spending guests. Botswana’s luxury destination is aimed at tourists who are spending a high price.


The high-income tourists who are looking for touches are not looking for luxury hotels. For this purpose, camp tents with luxurious bathrooms were created in Botswana by the owners of Jack’s Camp in a ç semi-desert leri environment. Opened in 2017 in Rwanda and built in the form of a volcano with external walls made of authentic textured natural materials, the Bisate Lodge in Rwanda was one of the preferred places. It was stated that the use of raw materials such as wood and clay is not only aesthetic but also the environmental impact. Some countries are moving towards hotel concepts that minimize the view that a large number of tourists need to visit.


In 2017, approximately 350 thousand people visited the Seychelles, a 15 percent increase in 2016, with a large tree planting work was initiated. The non-profit Grootbos Foundation, which operates a range of luxury accommodations in South Africa, has also trained the locals through colleges and educational programs, while also countering the environment by planting trees. Proximity to nature is an important thing, Nij says Nijnens. However, tourists want to feel that the country they are visiting is approaching their people. In fact, being closer to nature means getting closer to people’s ways of life.


However, this does not mean that all the classic hotel concepts are completely behind. The hotel chains and tour operators in cities continue to welcome travelers looking for high quality accommodation.

In Kigali, Radisson Blu launched a new luxury complex with 292 rooms in 2016. The Marriott group also opened for the first time in 2017 in sub-Saharan Africa, the capital of Rwanda. Large city operators are investing in large city hotels, as well as small boutique concepts such as the Silo Hotel in Cape Town, Saxon Hotel in Johannesburg and Hemingway’s in Nairobi.

Nijnens du People will always need a place to stay before they arrive or fly from one of the big cities. Global chains are strong in cities due to the nature of the market, but also appeal to those who visit the capital cities of Africa. What really changes is a more diverse holiday between the first and last night.

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