For more than two decades, Chaka Travel have been exporting the expert Irish golf knowledge to the world. From their Belfast based office, the small Chaka team have organised thousands of long-haul golf holidays around the world to destinations such as South Africa & The Middle East and have established themselves as the worlds leading Mauritius Golf Tour Operator.
The success of Chaka Travel is in no doubt down to the ability to offer an expert personalised service with holidays tailor made to each individual client’s needs. Looking to their 25th birthday next year, Chaka Travel is building on it’s success and establishing a second office in the South East of England.
Seasoned Golfer Sean Gay will head up the new office which will enhance the personal presence of Chaka Travel in the Surrey area. In addition to playing around the Surrey area over the past 20 years, Sean has also lived and played golf in destinations such as Australia & South Africa.
“I am incredibly excited to work with Chaka Travel as they have the same level of drive and passion for all things golf and travel as I do.”
“We hope to provide some packages for clients wanting to experience the fantastic golf courses and experiences that Australia and New Zealand both have to offer. These are two incredibly exciting additions to our current destinations.
Sean is passionate about promoting wellness and it’s benefits through golf which is something he will seek to pursue in his new role at Chaka Travel.
“My other passions in life include health and fitness, and we are currently planning some exciting golf tours which encompass both golf and wellness.”
Mark Marais, Chaka Travel Managing Director said;
“We are delighted to welcome Sean Gay to our team as our ambassador for Chaka Travel in the S.E of England. Sean is a seasoned golfer who has played some of the best golf courses across the globe and will add his passion for golf and travel to our team.”
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