Denver, CO (September 3, 2014) – Leora Rothschild, founder, and owner of Rothschild Safaris, has been named to the Travel + Leisure 2014 A-List of Top Travel Specialists for her expertise in planning family and honeymoon safaris to Africa.
“One of my favorite experiences in Africa is watching my own children’s faces light up when they see an elephant or lion in the wild, so I just love being able to plan safaris for other families so they too can be amazed at the wonders that Africa has to offer,” said Leora Rothschild. “To now be given this honor of being included on the Travel + Leisure 2014 A-List for doing what I have such a passion for is particularly gratifying and humbling.”
Rothschild Safaris’ itineraries are customized to meet the travel needs and preferences of clients that range from families and small groups to individuals, couples and honeymooners. Trips can include classic photographic safaris in East and Southern Africa, gorilla trekking in Rwanda and Uganda, horseback safaris, hiking and mountain biking in Kenya, canoeing in Zambia, sand dune surfing in Namibia, wine tasting in South Africa’s Winelands region and cultural tours.
“Coming on the heels of Rothschild Safaris receiving the #1 ranking on the Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards list for Top Safari Outfitter for the second year makes this accolade even more special,” continued Rothschild.
Travel + Leisure editors evaluated hundreds of travel advisors and picked their favorites for the thirteenth annual A-List of Top Travel Specialists. This exclusive list of the top 133 advisors is featured in the September issue of Travel + Leisure and on www.travelandleisure.com/top-travel-agents-a-list.
About Rothschild Safaris
Colorado-based Rothschild Safaris is one of the premier tour operators specializing in luxury safaris to Africa. The company, founded and led by South Africa native Leora Rothschild, has been planning customized safaris for clients for more than 15 years. Rothschild Safaris specializes in planning personalized tours to Botswana, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, The Congo, The Indian Ocean Islands, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.