AMW Holidays Worldwide Group Making Headway In Travel And Tour

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There is more to travelling than meets the eye, and AMW Holidays Worldwide Group, a tour operator based in Johannesburg since 2012, aims to prove it. The tour operator rose from a deep desire of Ahmed Talaat, the group’s President & CEO, and his business partners to promote African tourism while allowing travellers the opportunity to visit outside the continent as well.

According to Ahmed Talaat, whose family has been working in the travel industry for over 71 years, apart from knowing more about beautiful places and creating lasting memories, travel can enrich people’s lives, both on a professional and personal level. “While our tours promote the value of travel, personalised tours offer a closer look at just how travel can enrich people’s lives, both on a personal and professional level,” he said.

The group believes that visiting a foreign country will sure teach anyone the valuable life skill of being able to adapt to new situations and being resourceful when needed. The trips and packages are “multi-layered” which allows tourists not only to integrate themselves in the culture of the communities they visit but also contribute to sustainable professional development and livelihood programs. 

AMW Holidays Worldwide Group has organised holiday and business trips to Jordan, Israel, Greece, Egypt, Morocco, Spain, Brazil, Argentina as well as Malaysia, Singapore, Bangkok, Turkey, Italy, France, and Germany. The travel agency also arranges customised trips and packages for corporate team building, company outings and family vacations.

From wine farm experience to plantations to coffee and organic farms, travellers get a chance to try out local products and crafts. The group believes that visiting a foreign country will sure teach anyone the invaluable life skill of being able to adapt to new situations and being resourceful when needed.

For more information about AMW Holidays Worldwide Group, call +27 (0) 11 681 6417 or send email enquiries [email protected]

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