African Horizons confirms #WTM2017 attendance


(Posted 14th October 2017)

One good deed should beget another. African Horizon’s Emily Kaloki did after all accomplish what others could not, i.e. get me on the Madaraka Express to Mombasa after the Magical Kenya Travel Expo closed its doors a week ago.

In turn it is only fair to give her company some reciprocity before they are heading to the UK as part of a large Kenyan delegation to promote the country and its magic.

Wrote Emily yesterday:

Greetings from African Horizons Travel & Safaris

We are pleased to inform you that we will exhibiting at World Travel Market London London, 6-8 November 2017.

It would be a pleasure to meet you

You can find us at Stand AF200 (KTB – Kenya Tourism Board).

Please email us for an appointment at safari OR frankline in order to arrange an appointment with Managing Director, Mr. Tomas Sorensen & Ass. General Manager, Mr. Franklin Mugambi

The company was founded in 1997 by Danish-born Tomas Lund Sorensen. Tomas has worked as an East African travel industry professional for the past 30 years, both in Denmark and in Kenya.

With over 20 years of operational experience and offices in Nairobi, Mombasa and Arusha, they host a high volume of clients a year. This means that not only are their inter-industry links first-class, but also that they guarantee competitive rates, premium service and an unrivalled degree of preferential treatment for their clients.

As one of the leading destination management companies in East Africa, they field a team of dedicated travel professionals, each of whom brings a wealth of practical experience and specialist knowledge to the planning of their clients’ safari itineraries. They also pride themselves on the caliber of their safari guides, all of whom display a unique depth of wilderness know-how, which they are delighted to share with their guests.

Said Emily in closing:
……Join us on safari and discover a whole new world……. African Horizons is indeed in tune with Africa…….

There you go Emily, again great many thanks for coming to my rescue when I had given up hope to travel on the Madaraka Express.


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