Dear globally-minded travelers! Today we are thrilled at the news that one of our programs – Global Citizenship: Global Goals in Action / Malawi – has been chosen as an Unordinary Trip of the Month by, the #1 travel portal on the Internet specialized in the out-of-ordinary, special interest vacations. As a specialist Expedition company solely dedicated to Educational, Experiential & Philanthropic Travel to Africa, we see this as a great opportunity to promote philanthropic tourism to Africa and remain hopeful to see more international travelers come and explore this beautiful continent while making a difference for its native inhabitants.

In light of this, we have a special offer for our customers! Any of you who book the above tour before October 10, 2017 may be eligible for a very special prize from InfoHub's sister-company GPSmyCity - publisher of travel apps for Apple and Android. The GPSmyCity app features offline city maps, self- guided walking tours and travel articles for 1,000 cities worldwide, using which you can turn your mobile into a personal tour guide. With this app in hand you can explore many other urban destinations in South (and not only South) Africa on your own, at your own pace. The GPSmyCity app works offline so there's NO need to worry about roaming charges when traveling abroad.

A lucky winner, chosen randomly, will get a one-year full membership of the GPSmyCity app including access to ALL the GPSmyCity content - over 6,500 self-guided city walks and travel articles – to the total value of over $8,000!!!

Book now and enjoy your African experience with Orbis Expeditions!

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