COX AND Kings has introduced a section for independent travellers to its new Southern Africa brochure in an attempt to cash in on the trend for tailor-made holidays.
It will be split into sub-sections covering game parks, cape and winelands in South Africa and luxury trains.
Product manager Greg Young said: "We have broadened our tailor-made programme offering customers more options for individual holidays.
"A module-style system has also been introduced with two or three-night packages which can either be stand-alone or combined with other modules. It is the growing trend."
New tours include the 10-day Splendours of Zimbabwe which takes in Lake Kaiba, Hwange Game Reserve and also the Victoria Falls. It costs £1,795.
The programme has also been expanded to include the Indian Ocean - with stand-alone packages available to Mauritius and the Seychelles - with Malawi and Mozambique added to Southern Africa. Long weekends in Cape Town are new with prices starting from £895 for three nights at the five-star Mount Nelson hotel including flights and transfers.
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