FINANCIAL PROTECTION AND QUALITY…
SATSA is aware of the importance of a high standard of service excellence within the SA tourism industry, and therefore provides a strict Code of Conduct for SATSA members to recognise and act upon. All SATSA members need to abide by the specifications and duties bestowed upon them when becoming an accredited SATSA member. Being member of the SATSA Jenman Safaris is fully bonded for your financial protection, no matter where in the world you book your holiday. The bonding scheme is a type of financial guarantee that covers travellers against possible losses of their advance or full payments held by all SATSA members - protection against financial loss as a result of insolvency by our suppliers (lodges, hotels, guest houses, cruise liners, tour operators and transport providers excluding international air travel. Jenman Safaris offers you unbeatable financial protection and holiday security. SATSA Number:914
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To strengthen and improve public transportation, APTA serves and leads its diverse membership through advocacy, innovation and information sharing. APTA and its members and staff work to ensure that public transportation is available and accessible for all Americans in communities across the country.
ATTA (African Travel and Tourism Association) creates a hub for the positive development of travel and tourism in Africa. With over 350 members the African Travel and Tourism Association (ATTA) is Europe’s largest trade association promoting Africa.
The Field Guides Association of Southern Africa (FGASA) was formally established in 1992. It is a non- profit organisation representing individual field guides, trackers and organisations involved in offering professional field guiding services to members of the public. FGASA aims to promote a culture of professional guiding based on a strong ethical, well- informed, and safety- conscious approach to provide the visitor to the African bush with a pleasant and memorable experience. FGASA number: 11094
HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM INDUSTRY OF BOTSWANA
The Hospitality and Tourism Association of Botswana (HATAB) exists to promote, encourage and police excellence in hospitality and tourism in Botswana. It is HATAB's role to ensure that all visitors, both from within and from outside Botswana, enjoy consistently high standards of service from the entire hospitality and tourism industry.
TANZANIA ASSOCIATION OF TOUR OPERATORS
Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (TATO) was established in 1983 to represent the licensed tour operators and carrying out Advocacy for and on behalf of its members, to coordinate Public and Private sector Partnership, to undertake and publish research in matters connected to tourism activities and operations, to disseminate information to its members and relevant institutions. The Association also provides Training and Education to its members and employees.
ZIMBABWE TOURISM ASSOCIATION
Zimbabwe Tourism is an organization that works hard at increasing the tourism industry for Zimbabwe by promoting the best of Zimbabwe, news, events, interesting facts and tourism information.
Zimbabwe Tourism offers top attractions, top activities and interesting information.
Travel2Zimbabwe is able to offer Zimbabwe tours and safaris including some of the recommended travel areas from Zimbabwe Tourism.
TOUR & SAFARI ASSOCIATION OF NAMIBIA
Founded in 1989, the Tour and Safari Association of Namibia (TASA) is a voluntary private-sector body that acts on behalf of its members to encourage the development of responsible tourism in Namibia, ensure standards and reliability in the Namibian tourism industry and further the common interests of Namibian Tour Operators. Members of TASA are committed to maintaining professional standards.
Membership registration number: J01, full member of TASA.
Widesure Brokers has established a reputation for providing Personal, Commercial and Niche Product clients with quality focused insurance products and independent financial advice from qualified and experienced professionals.
Since Jenman Safaris’ destinations are generally not Westernized countries, you will encounter many different people, social habits, religions, cultures and mentalities. This, of course is one of the interesting elements of a tour but also something to be considered when you plan your trip. The hotels, local forms of transportation and services are rarely the same as at home. Keep in mind that these small inconveniences delays or discomforts may seem a little annoying but they will also add an extra dimension to your trip. When traveling, thorough preparation and a flexible attitude are always a major plus. Hence the need to prepare in advance for all eventualities, no matter how remote the possibility may be.
As our guides are so important to us, this insurance also covers them while they are on the road on a Jenman tour. This covers guides, drivers and all crew members on a Jenman Tour by insuring them for medical incidents, accidents and more.