Bon Voyage organizes children’s ‘fly and be inspired’ tour to Livingstone

One of the country’s fast growing tourism and travel firm, Bon Voyage Tours, has organized a children’s “fly and be inspired” tour to Livingstone, Zimbabwe whose aim is to motivate young ones to up their game in their academic pursuits and dreams so that they keep on flying for the rest of their lives.

A waterfall, Livingstone, Victoria Falls, Zambezi River, Zimbabwe

Bon Voyage Tours senior tours consultant, Chifundo Soko, said they believe the tour—which will run from 10th to 14th August—will in one way or another be an inspiration to children.

“They [children] always see people, and in most cases, professionals and successful businesspersons flying in movies. We would like to give them an opportunity to experience how it feels to fly first hand and; in that way, we are optimistic they will be inspired to better their game at whatever they are good at so that they keep on flying in the future,” said Soko.

According to Soko, this is not the first time they have organized such a tour for children.

“We’ve had such tours for children between Lilongwe and Blantyre, and it has always proved to be great fun for kids. We thought of organizing the international tour because we think it will be a great thing for them,” she said.

During the tour—whose fare is K584 000—children will have a game drive and chance to visit white rhinos, tour the Victoria Falls, visit the crocodile park and visit the electricity power point.

“The fare also has, inclusive, accommodation with three nights and meals,” said Soko. “Those that want their children to be part of the tour can reach us on +265 999123626. The minimum age is six years while the maximum is seventeen.”

Few months ago, Bon Voyage Tours also organized a tour to Jerusalem where participants were privileged to visit different places in the Holy Land.

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