Rikus Grobler | Oct 18, 2017 | 0
New NamLeisure cards introduced to family
The Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) introduced two additional NamLeisure cards to their already existing family of products in its current offering, earlier this week.
The two cards are, NamLeisure Plus aimed at couples and NamLeisure Family aimed at families and will be functional from 1 July.
The new product line will now consist of NamLeisure which is aimed at individuals as before, then NamLeisure Plus for couples or an adult and one child between the ages of 13 – 17 and NamLeisure Family aimed at families consisting of two adults and two children age 13 -17. For more information regarding the cards the public can come to our offices or log onto our website. After thorough research, the management organisation saw the need to introduce two more cards that will accommodate clients travelling habits.
Namibia Wildlife Resorts Corporate Communication and Online Media Manager, Mufaro Nesongano said, “As NWR, we have made it a goal to ensure our clients views and ideas are listened too and worked on in order to ensure their ultimate satisfaction. We are pleased with knowing that our initial NamLeisure cardholders renewing their cards from July will be afforded the opportunity to choose a card that works for them and not limit them to just one option as was the case in the past.”
“We are pleased to say that since the introduction of the initial NamLeisure card, we saw an increase in our domestic travellers due to the 50% discount that is provided to cardholders. “This increase in visitors provided us with an opportunity to showcase our prime Resorts to our fellow country men and women who naturally would have not travelled due to the cost involved in going on holiday and finding affordable accommodation at their chosen destination” said Anna Onen, NWR Branch Manager.
She added “In addition to providing our local and international clients discount, NWR also ensures that a certain percentage from the cost of acquiring a NamLeisure card is contributed towards conservation related issues such as the Enviro-Kidz initiative.”