Muslim Travelers Heading to South Africa, Look No More There is a Solution

In today's world there is a lot of controversy surrounding people of different religious backgrounds traveling to certain countries. Regardless of religious beliefs it can be challenging to travel to places unknown until now. There is now an easy solution when traveling to South Africa.

October 3, 2017 —

The worst experience anyone can imagine is arriving in a foreign country and not being sure where to go or what to do.  Is it safe to get into a cab or use public transportation? Are ride sharing services available?  How much money is needed? When does one tip? Is the hotel clean and in a good location?  These are just a handful of the questions that most face when traveling abroad.  Pair that with the added anxiety of traveling as a Muslim in today's highly volatile political environment and it's a lot to handle. A big trip should be something to look forward to not something to worry about.  Dr. Khalid Vawda and his expert team at Islamic Travels & Tours understands all the questions and concerns that go into international travel, especially to a country like South Africa.  That's why they focus on taking out the fear and just making it fun.

Currently Islamic Travels & Tours is the only specialized halal tour operator in South Africa, so for Muslims this is the group to work with.  At lot of companies say they deliver a world class customer experience but the difference is that Dr Vawda and his team at Islamic Travels & Tours actually does.  Their job is to plan everything so the traveler can relax and enjoy all that South Africa has to offer: shark diving, waterfalls, the big 5 on safari, whale watching, beautiful beaches, and vast national parks, there is so much to pick from and plan.  Travelers have no need to get overwhelmed with Islamic Travels & Tours custom trip planning experience.

Sometimes people come to Islamic Travels & Tours knowing exactly what they want to experience and some do not, either way they can be guided through the process to experience the most amazing trip that is stress and anxiety free.  Whether it's time to see the elephants, climb to the top of Table Mountain, or come face to face with a great white, Islamic Travels & Tours can make a travelers dreams come true.

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