Frontiers Travel Co-President Mollie Fitzgerald Quoted at MarketWatch

Frontiers Travel Co-President Mollie Fitzgerald is quoted multiple times in a story about the “10 Best Travel Spots–If Money’s No Object.”

An excerpt reads:

“With the diversity in the topography—there’s desert, mountains, coastline—and the cultural heritage, South Africa is [like] a little world within one country,” says Mollie Fitzgerald, co-president of Frontiers Travel in Wexford, Pa.

Within about a day, tourists can go from shopping for locally-made crafts at Greenmarket Square in Cape Town to off-roading in the bush at Addo Elephant National Park looking for the big five: elephants, rhinos, lions, leopards and buffalo. Visitors can cruise along the Garden Route—renowned for its whale-watching—on South Africa’s eastern coast. The history-minded can take a ferry to Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 18 years, or visit the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg.

Travelers also like that English is widely spoken, that South Africa is more westernized than many other parts of Africa, that it doesn’t require a visa to visit, and that it’s malaria-free, says Fitzgerald. South Africa has an excellent wine region, she adds.

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