The tour operator Ditt Afrika AS is NABA’s member of the month. In March they brought a Norwegian company with 80 staff members (mostly first time visitors to Africa) to Zambia and Zimbabwe. The group left Oslo in a brand new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner from Ethiopian Airlines – feeling the spirit of Africa even before take-off from Oslo. The first stop was Lusaka where the group visited an agriculture company. Next stop was Victoria Falls – 2 nights with a busy and exciting program: getting soaked wet seeing the fantastic Victoria Falls at its best from the Zambian side, walking across the bridge to Zimbabwe, sundowner cruise at Zambezi followed by a fantastic banquet dinner under the stars on the riverbed of Zambezi. Next morning safari with bush breakfast, lunch at Lookout View Point followed by rafting/floating for a few hours down the Upper Zambezi. The evening ending with a Boma dinner, drumming and dancing – even tasting fried mopane worms! With only 3 nights in Africa the tour operator was able to change the prejudices of Africa for 80 people and make them all wanting to return with their families for leisure travels. NABA congratulates!
You can read more about Ditt Afrika at www.dittafrika.no