Vuka Tours

Vuka Tours is all about giving its clients the most unexpected service at all times. The travel company has been in business for more than 17 years and continues to find new ways of delivering value, changing expectations and shifting customer experiences. For Vuka Tours, the story that the company tells is the one that the customers feel when they leave at the end of the experience.

“We have exclusive packages throughout the country and extend our trips across the borders of South Africa,” says Mothusi Tau, sales and marketing manager of Vuka Tours. “We also house a number of accolades from the year 2002 to present that include the 2006 Premier’s Excellence Awards finalist, 2005 Tourist Guide of the Year and the 2004 Premier’s Youth Awards.”

Vuka Tours is a proudly South African events and project management company and largely focuses on meetings, conferences and lifestyle events. It has a diverse portfolio of services in events management that includes branding, communications and tour services. It also boasts some of South Africa’s most prestigious companies as clients, including the department of sport and recreation of South Africa, and the City of Mangaung.

“We are all driven by the love and passion for the industry, discovering new attractions and having these amazing experiences to show to the world,” says Tau. “Most of all, we enjoy creating experiences for other people and putting smiles on their faces.”

Vuka Tours is based in the Free State and Gauteng provinces and its list of services ensures that customers always get what they need. In addition to providing meetings and event capabilities, the company provides sound and lighting, educational tours, city tours, accommodation and car rental facilities.

“We have a diverse portfolio and we work closely with our clients to create remarkable tour packages so they always leave satisfied,” Tau says.

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