A Selection of Prestigious African Products
9 Countries Across Africa
100+ Game Reserves, Lodges, Resorts & Hotels
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Africareps represents the most prestigious selection of African products and our role is to market and promote these to the Australian and New Zealand travel industry.

We do not run a booking office but provide information, service, support, marketing collateral, images & copy for publications and training. In short, we work in a support role for the travel industry and respect all existing channels.

The products which fall under the Africareps umbrella are listed on this site. Each has a short description, a small selection of images; some videos, and a link to their respective websites.

This website is designed to allow you easy access to these companies which cumulatively span 9 African countries namely Botswana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe!

We have brochure stocks for each of the above companies. Please contact us if you would like us to send or deliver any or all of the material to you.

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We offer a range of services including Sales, Marketing, Public Relations, Social Media, Creative Concepts & Designs. Africareps represent the most prestigious selection of African products and our role is to market and promote these to the Australian and New Zealand travel industry.

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