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Dragonfly Africa


Green Route Africa

Dragonfly Africa Group, incorporating Dragonfly Africa and Green Route Africa, is one of the foremost Destination Management Companies in Southern and East Africa.

Our main business is incoming tourism from all over the world in the form of individual travellers, groups, meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions – and we have been doing this successfully for over 30 years. With a combined 10 SITE Crystal Awards, we are leaders in the industry known for our creativity, our high levels of service and for exceeding expectations.

We have offices in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Nairobi and we operate across 12 countries – South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Uganda. Between Dragonfly Africa and Green Route Africa we have a combined staff complement of over 60 dedicated employees.

We are serious and early adopter of innovative and sustainable Corporate Social Responsibility Projects that may be integrated into programmes through our Green Tribe initiative, a Section 21 – non-profit Company.

Dragonfly Africa has representation offices in USA & Canada, South America, Australia & New Zealand and Russia & CIS. Green Route Africa has representation offices in UK, Germany, Benelux and Scandinavia.


The Dragonfly Africa Group specialises in crafting world-class incentive programmes, tailor-made to meet the specific requirements of our clients, from around the globe.

Travel Services

Creative, professional and detail-focused, our dedicated & well experienced team of travel consultants have the A-Z of top end Southern and East African travel right at their fingertips.

About Us

We are acknowledged as the top South African company operating in the North American, Australian / New Zealand markets and the United Kingdom.

Contact Us

Contact Dragonfly Africa / Green Route Africa – Southern & East Africa’s leading
destination management companies for an unforgettable experience.

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