BREAKING NEWS: Greetings from Latin America
11 March 2019

¿Hablas español?

Hola from Havana... While I have been cruising around Cuba, our team has been hard at work translating and coding. We are delighted to announce the SPANISH SECTION OF OUR WEBSITE, to support our Buenos Aires-based office with SIMON and LARA. The Spanish section of the website covers key documents for the members who have opted for representation in this market and will expand over time.

Hola desde la Havana… Mientras paseo por Cuba, nuestro equipo ha estado muy ocupado traduciendo y programando. Estamos felices de anunciar que la SECCIÓN EN ESPAÑOL DE NUESTRO SITIO WEB está abierta, para brindar una herramienta a nuestra nueva oficina de representación en Buenos Aires, liderada por SIMON y LARA. La sección en español del sitio cubre documentos clave para los miembros que han optado por participar en la representación para el mercado latinoamericano y seguirá expandiéndose con nueva información.

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www.classic-portfolio.com (Spanish)

AND DON'T FORGET

  • We are at Indaba at stand ICC 1015. Please book an appointment with us.
  • Let us know if you want a printed copy of our Classics Map.
  • Estaremos en Indaba en el stand ICC 1015. Por favor, reserve su cita con nosotros.
  • Háganos saber si quiere una copia impresa de nuestro Classics Map.
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Felices ventas!

Suzanne

DO NOT MISS

ONLINE AVAILABILITY
Your perfect itinerary planning tool is our online portal showing availability across Classic Portfolio. Click on the country and start building unforgettable journeys.
CLASSIC CRIB SHEET
This is by far the best snapshot of all you need to know across our hotels, lodges, jungle discoveries and island escapes. Please save the environment and do not print.

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DISPONIBILIDAD ONLINE
Tu herramienta perfecta para planear itinerarios es nuestro portal web que muestra la disponibilidad online de todas las propiedades en el portfolio. Haga click en un país para empezar a construir viajes inolvidables.
DATOS CLAVE
Este es, por lejos, el mejor resumen de todo lo que necesita saber sobre nuestros hoteles, lodges, expediciones en la selva y escapadas a las islas. Por favor ayúdanos a salvar nuestros preciosos bosques; no imprima la hoja de datos clave.
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Republic of the Congo & Central African Republic

WHAT WE LOVE: The Republic of the Congo and Central African Republic, both former French colonies, are 2 of the 6 countries across which the Congo Basin expands. Second in size to the mighty Amazon, the forests of the Congo Basin contain the greatest number of mammals, primates, birds, amphibians, fish and swallowtail butterflies in Africa. More than a 1,000 species of bird can be found here. The basin is a total of 3.7 million km2 and is home to some of the largest undisturbed stands of tropical rainforest on the planet, in addition to large wetlands. Connecting two of the most iconic locations - Odzala-Kokoua and Dzanga-Sangha National Parks - within this rainforest wilderness offers the most exciting opportunity to discover a part of Africa in a truly pioneering way, while making a significant contribution to the long-term conservation and community sustainability of this region. This is no longer the 'Heart of Darkness'. This is Africa unmasked, beautiful and powerful. This is the most exciting destination to be opening to tourism. This is CONGO CONSERVATION COMPANY waiting for you to discover the most remarkable and unspoilt natural wonders of the continent.

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Deteema Springs & Deka Camp

Deteema Springs is near the Deteema dam in northwestern Hwange National Park, famous for its large concentrations of animals, including elephant. Year-round water seeps make this area ideal for walking and game drives, producing incredible wildlife sightings. Deka Camp is situated in the far northwest of Hwange National Park, on a low hill overlooking the Deka Seeps. The seeps are the headwaters of the Deka river which flows east to the Zambezi.

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