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You can now travel from USA to Tanzania with ease thanks to a strategic partnership between Travelink, American Express Travel and Zara Tours Tanzania Adventures.


Travelink will now operate an International Air Desk focused on supporting clients of Zara Tours from the United States and Canada booking flights to and from Tanzania, Africa.

This new partnership allows Zara Tours to leverage the buying power of American Express Travel and will grant their clients access to unpublished, wholesale ticket options through the Travelink International Air Desk, which offer significant discounts on many international routes.

As a full service travel agency and American Express Travel’s 2016 Agency of the Year, Travelink will also assist Zara Tours clients with pre and post tour travel planning as well as ensuring they have support throughout their journey.


About Travelink, American Express Travel

Travelink, American Express Travel, is one of only 10 Centurion level American Express appointed travel management companies. Headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, the company operates nationally with a combination of boutique business call centres, vacation travel retail locations, and a national network of experienced virtual travel advisors.


About Zara Tours

Zara Tours, founded in 1987 by Mrs. Zainab Ansell, is Tanzania’s unrivalled No 1 Kilimanjaro trekking company and one of the largest safari operators in the region. The company organises full service travel experiences in Tanzania, where they propose various choices of safaris, the climbing of Mt Kilimanjaro, Mt Meru and expeditions in Zanzibar.


Zara Tours

Zara Tours, founded in 1987, is currently the No. 1 Kilimanjaro outfitter in Tanzania and one of the largest safari operators in the country. Proud to be known as one of the best operators in the region with a reputation for providing an exceptional, unforgettable and safe experience, Zara owns and operates two hotels and four wild camps.