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Jovago Announces a New Partnership with Trivago


Africa’s leading online hotel booking platform, launches major cooperation with the world’s leading hotel search site, Trivago

Late last week, announced a new collaboration with Trivago, the world’s largest hotel search engine. The aim of this partnership will be to ease the process of hotel search and reservation for travelers around the globe.

This partnership allows Trivago users to gain direct access to Jovago’s listing of properties across Africa with more than 20,000 hotels and immediately book exclusive deals on

Commenting on this, Estelle Verdier, Managing Director for Jovago East and Southern Africa noted that, “the partnership with Trivago will make it easier and cheaper for customers to find accommodation and travel to Africa.” She also observed that, “the collaboration assures more visibility to our partnering hotels and definitely support the growth of the tourism industry in Africa”

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As the world’s largest hotel search, Trivago is the world’s largest hotel search engine that compares 718,589 hotels from over 200 booking sites with the intent to find the ideal hotel at the lowest possible rate. Jovago contributes to this existing selection by adding its personally verified hotel listing in Africa.

This collaboration is indeed mutually benefitting. Aline Koekkoek Sales Manager Trivago, commented,“… we are happy to be able to provide African travelers with a great extensive inventory, making their search for an ideal hotel even easier.”

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