We have safaris and holidays running in all of the key destinations in sub-Saharan Africa - just click on the destination that interests you.
Famed as the birthplace of the safari (the word means 'journey' in Swahili), and the setting for the Danish writer Karen Blixen’s 'Out of Africa' – Kenya evokes feelings of exploration and adventure upon the wide African savannah, wildlife galore and sunsets to die for. Giraffes, lions, zebras, rhinos – in fact all the animals that we are so familiar with from nature documentaries are here. What’s more, there is the Great Rift Valley with its soda lakes and flamingos, spectacular trekking on Mount Kenya and a host of other wildlife packed game reserves, including Meru, Tsavo and Amboseli.
South Africa has space – lots of it. Luckily that space is filled with some of the most beautiful scenery in Africa, studded with great cities and fringed by the most incredible coastline. Most visitors visit Cape Town and take in a safari at Kruger or one of the many other game reserves, while others opt for the cultural and scenic delights of the Winelands and the Garden Route.
Other southern Africa destinations include Botswana, Zimbabwe and Zambia. Contact us for details of our tours.
Think of Namibia and think of stunning sand dune landscapes, the endless expanse of the Namib Desert and the ethereal Skeleton Coast. No other does eerie desolation like Namibia does and there are plenty of ghost towns to explore. But that’s only one side of this country, the other is all about the vibrant fun to be had in Swakopmund, incredible safaris ain Etosha and the awesome terrain of the Fish River Canyon.
Rwanda & Uganda
Until recently Rwanda was in the news for all the wrong reasons. But now, thankfully, this little gem of a country is bouncing back and welcoming visitors with open arms. Many come to see the mountain gorillas which live in the rainforests. These are critically endangered and their protection is paramount, so numbers are strictly limited. The fees you pay goes for the continued conservation of these gentle giants and we also have a tour in Uganda to see the gorillas living there.
Once upon a time Mozambique was an off-the-beaten-path kind of place that was more or less closed to visitors. Those days are now well and truly over and the country is one of Africa’s hottest new destinations. Hundreds of miles of beautiful beaches await the traveller and better connections make it easy to reach from South Africa. Come for the beaches, stay for the friendly people and the beautiful scenery.