South African Lodges

Our Accreditations

Our Accreditations

We are a member of some global organisations that recognise us a trusted travel service provider. As we have consultants based on the ground in South Africa, we can offer each customer a personalised experience based on our first-hand experience. See below a list of our various accreditations.

Africa Travel Association (ATA)

  • Our membership number: 12-3-985-3B
  • Contact person:  Mr Lehlohonolo Moagi: info@africatravelassociation.org, +1.212.447.1357

The 'Africa Travel Association'  promotes travel and tourism within Africa and was established with the aim to strengthen tourism partnerships with providers in Africa. The association showcases companies that contribute to the sustainable development of tourism in Africa.

Japan Association of Travel Agents (JATA)

  • Our membership number: 42954
  • Contact person: Jungo Kikuma: jata@jata-net.or.jp, 0081-3-3592-1271

The 'Japan Association of Travel Agents' (JATA) is a Japanese based travel organisation that offers a comprehensive service for local people looking to go to other countries. The association promotes reputable travel and tourism organisations worldwide to provide a selection of great operators to local businesses and individuals. 

Advancing Tourism to Africa (Atta)

  • Our membership number: 203523
  • Contact person: Annabella Marquis: info@atta.travel, +44 20 7937 4408

'Advancing Tourism to Africa' (Atta) is the largest association for travel business throughout Africa. The organisation promotes African travel to the world and represents an extensive network of tourism providers in Africa. 

South African Tour Operators Association SATOA

The 'South African Tour Operators Association' (SATOA) is a non-profit travel and tourism association which promotes travel to Africa and the Indian Ocean. This tourism office provides a unique platform on which reputable companies can showcase their travel products, creating a community for the travel industry. SATOA and its members have a passion for Africa and the Indian Ocean.

The Association for the Promotion of Tourism to Africa (APTA)

The 'Association for the Promotion of Tourism to Africa' (APTA) is an organisation which promotes travel and tourism in Africa. The association ensures that travel service providers are linked to reliable suppliers in Africa and that as businesses have a chance to network through newsletters, workshops and trade shows.

APTA is also heavily involved in some local and global African projects. The Association for the Promotion of Tourism to Africa (APTA) is internationally recognised and respected for their devotion to travel and tourism in Africa. 

American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA)

The 'American Society of Travel Agents' (ASTA) is one of the world's largest associations for travel businesses, and it is a leading organisation for both travel agents and the general public. The majority of ASTA's members are travel agencies while they also represent trusted hotels, cruise lines, tour operators and other travel suppliers. The American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) aims to ensure that there is fair and professional competition within the industry.

The association makes sure that its members are continually monitored to prevent scam operators that negatively impact the sector as a whole and each member complies to a strict code of ethics.

The Association of Eastern & Southern Africa (ASA)

ASA is the Association of Eastern & Southern Africa represents some travel destinations in  Africa and the Indian Ocean Islands. The organisation accounts for some reliable lodges, hotels and tour operators in these countries who are known for their great safari products and services.

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