Our Slogan

Call it a dream 

Our Mission 

Our quest is to manage travel and fulfill vacation dreams through our commitment to personalized, inspiring service with long-lasting impact. 

We are a high performance company that: 

  • Attracts customers and exceeds their expectations, 
  • Provides an enriching, fulfilling and rewarding environment for employees, 
  • values long-term relationships with suppliers, 
  • Serves and supports the community. 

Our vision is  

Dabuka Travel Visions to be the choice for anyone considering travel to Africa and Middle East. To provide an outstanding level of service to our clients, committed to sustainable development, working on each travel inquiry or arrangement individually for a pleasurable experience.  

We reach our goals because  

  • We are creative and invent new tours. 
  • We make nearly everything possible. 
  • We offer nature experiences beside the mainstream. 
  • We don’t shy away from challenges. 
  • We always have the “little extra”, even with mainstream destinations.

Our Company is one of the first companies if not the first company that has introduced “Sustainable Tourism” and “Eco Tourism” long before it became a vogue term.

Definition of Sustainable Tourism (as by WTO)

“Tourism that takes full account of its current and future economic, social and environmental impacts, addressing the needs of visitors, the industry, the environment and host communities.”

Definition of Eco Tourism (as by WTO)

“All nature-based forms of tourism in which the main motivation of the tourists is the observation and appreciation of nature as well as the traditional cultures prevailing in natural areas.”

Principles: Difference between Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism (as by WTO)

The principles of sustainable tourism were defined by WTO as early as 1988; sustainable tourism is “envisaged as leading to management of all resources in such a way that economic, social and aesthetic needs can be fulfilled while maintaining cultural integrity, essential ecological processes, biological diversity and life support systems”. A clear distinction should be made between the concepts of ecotourism and sustainable tourism: the term ecotourism itself refers to a segment within the tourism sector, while the sustainability principles should apply to all types of tourism activities, operations, establishments and projects, including conventional and alternative forms.