If Only adds South Africa to portfolio

Wednesday, 23 Nov, 2022 0

If Only is launching South Africa into its luxury programme.

If Only is adding the new destination after a huge number of agent requests.

Agents can book from 28th November 2022.

If Only will feature favourites including Cape Town, the Winelands and Hermanus, the Eastern Cape and Greater Kruger National Parks.

Also featured are Johannesburg, KwaZulu Natal, Madikwe, the Kalahari and The Garden Route, plus bespoke high-end rail packages.

If Only has added over 50 hotels to the elite hotel portfolio, as well as day tours and private excursions.

The programme will feature primarily five-star accommodations with some handpicked four-star properties.

There is also a focus on hotels and lodges that cater for families and have a strong focus on conservation and sustainability.

Gordon McCreadie, General Manager says “We had requests for years from agents to expand into South Africa, so we have decided now is the time to do so”.

To celebrate the launch, agents will get double rewards on If Only’s My Loyalty Scheme for any booking made until 31 December

Every booking is also added into a draw to win a case of South African wine



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