Introduction


About Us
As an inbound tour operator to Southern Africa and the Indian Ocean Islands Tamrich Tours, founded in 1999, was built on the vision of creating a business that would provide exceptional travel experiences to clients through the creation of a work environment and ethos where staff could be relaxed and creative. We believe in the value of honesty, transparency and a positive attitude, consistently endeavouring to achieve win-win scenarios for our clients. Since its inception, Tamrich Tours' directors worked at maintaining quality, value for money and superior service, gaining inroads into traditional and developing markets by sticking to the basics.

Tamrich Tours houses a dynamic, dedicated Destination Management team, drawing on many years of experience in the corporate and travel arenas. Included in our range of services are leisure and group travel, incentive programs, corporate launch arrangements, conference co-ordination, pre and post conference tours, excursions and flight arrangements. All tour design, quotations and related arrangements are undertaken by Tamrich Tours and are monitored throughout the duration of the program to ensure seamless completion.

Do you dream of African Safaris? Is history your passion? Are you planning your honeymoon? Do you dream of travelling exquisite country side by train? Let us make your dreams come true with 4 x 4 open vehicle or Elephant-back safaris. Let us tell you tales of epic battles in history that began with the cradle of mankind. Let us take you on a journey through enchanting countryside and bustling cities. Each innovative or classic itinerary is a journey of dreams. We believe in being pioneering and innovative, but we also try to keep things simple, concise and clean-cut.

This is the message we want to convey in our daily operations and we hope that this is reflected in the design of our website. Dreams can come true. Your dreams are our business and our relationship is a journey............. We hope you enjoy your Journey with us.

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