Zulu Route Tour Ends

They spent the weekend exhibiting in Africa Collection’s Zulu Village tent at the CLA Game Fair and on Monday morning they hosted a brunch in Gloucestershire for a selection of local tour operators and travel agents.

Then on Monday night the Zulu Route whirlwind tour of England came full circle with the final event at the place it all started – the totally unique Shaka Zulu in Camden. Although the hectic week of giving back to back presentations had taken it’s toll on some of the suppliers those that were left still had enough energy and vocal chords left to do it one more time.

The week was a great success and we’d like to thank everyone who helped to make it possible especially the suppliers who came over from South Africa, the teams at Africa Collection, African Pride, Oyster Box, Tourism KwaZulu-Natal and South African Airways and most importantly all the tour operators and travel agents who attended all the events.

Please visit our Facebook page and take a look at the photos from all the events. If you did attend you might see yourself but don’t worry if you couldn’t make it this time as the Zulu Route will be back!

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