Africa

We specialize in designing safaris and tours throughout Africa focusing on wildlife and Soft adventure safaris. Choose from Out of Africa  to Lodge safaris. We custom design safaris for individuals, families and groups, small or large. We deal in most cases directly with our land operators in Africa who are carefully hand picked.

Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya, Africa’s two highest mountains are located here, along with Africa’s longest river, the Nile which starts its journey from Africa’s largest lake, Lake Victoria.

Sossusvlei Sand Dunes, the largest sand dunes in the world, the Namib, the oldest desert in the world and the Sahara, the largest desert in the world are all located here. Genetic evidence suggests that the bushmen are one of the oldest, if not the oldest, peoples in the world. A trip to Africa is not complete without a visit to her best kept secret… Zanzibar with its fascinating Stonetown and magnificent beaches. Here world class scuba diving, snorkeling and deep sea fishing is offered.

Where on earth can you fall asleep in your tented camp feeling the image of a large animal just inches away from you, could that be an elephant or a lion……. you be the judge. Africa is not only safaris, but mountains, deserts, lakes, tribes, culture and Africa – Travel – Adventure – Toursmuch more. It is not only about the Masai tribe but also about the Berber, Samburu, Pygmies, Bushman, Zulu and many more.

Africa is not only colourful but full of dance, laughter, song and of course shopping. It is contagious and is everyone’s dream that one day Africa and them will be one and they will return time after time.

10 Things you must see/do in Africa.

Kenya – Spend a couple of nights at Amboseli National Park with astonishing views of nearby Mount Kilimanjaro which is located at the foot of Africa’s highest mountain. The park is famous for being the best place in Africa for finding herds of elephants and maybe the best place to photograph the mountain.

Kenya/Tanzania – Take a 7-10 day safari, staying at least a night in a tented camp or in a tree house hotel and of course don’t forget to include the wildebeest migration where over 1.4 million wildebeest and 200,000 zebra and gazelle travel from the Serengeti to the Masai Mara in a constant search for food and water.

Zanzibar – We think without doubt that this is one of the best beach destinations in all of Aftica, lush plantations, an incredible history, a fascinating culture and an amazing island of tropical white-sand beaches. What we love best is even with all the tourists, it remains so African.

Zambia/Zimbabwe – Bungi jump off the Victoria Falls Railway Bridge in no mans land between the borders of Zimbabwe and Zambia and view the largest and one of the most spectacular natural wonders of the world, the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Victoria Falls (the smoke that thunders).Ready for a very wet, adrenalin filled day??!! Then sign up on the world’s greatest white water rafting adventure down the mighty Zambezi and have an experience like no other.

South Africa – Rent a car and drive towards Cape Point stopping at the Boulders Beach Penguin Colony to view the approximately 30,000 breeding pairs of penguins. Wooden walkways allow you to view the penguins in their natural habitat, these flightless birds roam around the area freely, so you can get close to them. Then point your car towards the Cape of Good Hope and witness the meeting of two oceans (Indian and Atlantic).

Uganda – Have a Face to Face experience with a Silverback gorilla in Uganda’s Stunning Rainforest and compliment your visit with a stopover to see the orphaned chimps in the Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary.

Mali – Tour the city of legend, Timbuktu located on the fringes of the Sahara Desert in Mali. While here take in the fascinating Dogon Country with its houses and granaries clinging to the sheer cliff walls and visit the traditional leader of the Dogon people in his mountain sanctuary.

Namibia -Climb Sossusvlei, the highest sand dunes in the world at sunrise when the colours are vibrant and constantly changing and then run down as fast as your legs will take you.

Madagascar – Set sail on an 8 day island hopping dhow trip around Nosy Be (in the north). Camp out on a peaceful island where you won’t find a soul, snorkel with whale sharks, fish for game fish and relax on unspoilt beaches – this is the ultimate paradise.

Ethiopia – Go where four wheels cannot and take a pony trek or hike into the Simien Mountains allowing you to access remote areas not accessible by car.