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Africa’s secrets invite discovery for those intrigued by its many charms. In addition to the incredible display of wildlife that draws visitors from near and far, there is more than meets the eye in Africa.
The landscape is scattered with unique sights and activities – some hiding in plain sight, some requiring that extra effort to reach. There is something to love for every artist, writer, photographer, and adventure-seeker.
Almost every safari experience you have ever dreamed about can come true in Botswana. You can fly, drive, walk with Bushmen, canoe past Hippos, or wade through the delta on the back of an elephant. Botswana is dominated by the great Kalahari Desert with seasonal water sources and vast salt pans. But it is the Okavango Delta that is considered the jewel of Botswana with it’s unique array of wetlands and ecosystems.
Tour Highlights: Kalahari Salt Plains, Chobe Water Safari, the Lions of Savuti, Okavango Delta Elephant Safari.
Kenya will fulfill all your dreams of a wild African vacation. Take a front row seat to some of the biggest game in Africa. Witness the awe-inspiring Great Migration of more than one million wildebeest and zebra in the Masai Mara or take a walking safari with the local Masa Mara tribe. Adventure lovers can climb majestic Mount Kenya or paraglide over the Great Rift Valley, later you can unwind on the white sandy beaches of the South Coast.
Tour Highlights: Lake Victoria, Climbing Mount Kenya, the Tsavo Landscapes, Masai Mara National Reserve, the South Coast.
Ringed by mountains, Lesotho sits over one thousand meters above sea level and is fittingly known as the “Kingdom in the Sky”. The air here is crisp and pure and offers an invigorating climate. The rugged terrain of Lesotho is made up of the steep walls of the Drakensburg Mountains where you will discover lush valleys and gorges, spectacular waterfalls, wide open grasslands, and quaint villages.
Tour Highlights: Maletsunyane falls - the highest in Africa, Exploring for Dinosaur Footprints and San rock art in Sehlabathebe National Park.
Malawi is a small, but beautiful country at the southern end of Africa’s Great Rift Valley. It boasts fertile land, a mountainous terrain and famously friendly people. Discover vibrant green tea plantations, explore the rolling highlands of the Nyika Plateau, or witness the crystal clear Lake Malawi, (known as the Lake of Stars) that stretches over 300 miles and is a haven for water sports and beautiful beaches, particularly on Likoma Island.
Tour Highlights: Lake Malawi, the Zomba Plateau and Towns, the Nyika Plateau.
Mauritius is an island country in the southwestern Indian Ocean, in the vicinity of the Seychelles, and just as stunning. Mauritius consists of two large and several small islands. The climate is tropical with white sandy beaches and vibrant turquoise-hued waters. The Black River Gorges National Park covers a large part of the forest in Mauritius and offers spectacular scenery and unique fauna.
Tour Highlights: Diving and Snorkeling, Black River Gorges National Park, Botanical Gardens of Pampelmousses.
Mozambique is an exotic island paradise with an endless coastline on the Indian Ocean. With three national parks and the pristine islands of the Quirimbas and Bazaruto archipelagos, Mozambique boasts endless wildlife, white beaches and unspoiled coral reefs. The World Heritage site of Ilha de Mozambique offers rich historical activities and charming colonial architecture.
Tour Highlights: Gorongosa National Park, Hidden Islands of Memba, Coral Reefs of Quirimbas, the Dunes of Bazaruto.
Namibia prides itself as being one of the countries in Africa that has the allure of four countries in one; four different landscapes, each with its own characteristics and attractions. From the shores of the Atlantic to the Namib Desert, and vast Kalahari Desert with its red sand dunes, the country has something to offer every intrepid traveller. A critical and beautiful part of Namibia’s story is the extraordinary variety of wildlife. Namibia boasts one of the greatest wildlife populations in the world, many of which are are unique to the country.
Tour Highlights: Red Dunes of Sossusvlei, Seals at Cape Cross, Etosha National Park.
Best known for its wealth of primates, you can explore Rwanda’s endangered mountain gorillas and enjoy hikes in Parc National des Volcans. Look into the caldera of a volcano and visit the grave of renowned gorilla researcher Dian Fossey. Go canoeing on one of the many small lakes, visit remote island communities or enjoy a boat cruise on Lake Kivu with the breathtaking views of the mountains in Congo.
Tour Highlights: Mountain Gorillas, Hiking in Parc National des Volcans, Canoeing, Boat Cruise on Lake Kivu, Birdwatching, Mountains.
Discover a tropical wilderness consisting of pristine, palm-fringed white sandy beaches, unspoiled coral reefs, and a gentle turquoise sea. In addition to offering fantastic snorkelling, diving and sailing, the Seychelles are an exciting fishing destination for both experienced and novice fishermen. Spectacular trophy sailfish and marlin together with tuna, shark and giant barracuda can be pursued on charter boats and fishing excursions suitable for all abilities.
Tour Highlights: Snorkeling and Diving the Coral Reefs, Big Game Fishing, Craft Village & the Creole Institute at Mahé.
To travel to South Africa is to visit a large and extremely diverse country. From vast empty spaces in the Karoo and scorched plains in the Kalahari desert, to hustling cities like Johannesburg and cosmopolitan Cape Town at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, South Africa has it all. Discover the dramatic Kruger National Park or one of the surrounding private and exclusive game reserves. Beyond the mountains lies the famously fertile vineyards and even more wildlife adventures.
Tour Highlights: Rhinos at the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve, Culture in the Capital of Johannesburg, Blyde River Canyon, Kruger National Park.
Many of Africa’s iconic landscapes lie in Tanzania. The snow-capped peak of Mt. Kilimanjaro, the millions of wildebeest in the Serengeti, the breathtaking Ngorongoro Crater and the mystical spice islands of Zanzibar. See elephants and antelopes cavorting at the beach in Saadani. Get up close and personal with chimpanzees in Mahale and Gombe Stream. At the end of your safari, relax at one of Tanzania’s beautiful offshore islands, where beaches take center stage and tropical coral reefs are shoaled by the crystal clear Indian Ocean.
Tour Highlights: Mount Kilimanjaro, World-famous Serengeti Safaris, the Island Paradise of Zanzibar, Ngorongoro Crater.
Expect ever-changing views of the iconic savannah grasslands, snow-capped mountains, picturesque villages, carpet-like tea country, breathtaking volcanoes, stunning waterfalls and countless lakes. From awesome encounters with chimpanzees and the endangered mountain gorillas, and laid-back villages along the shores of gorgeous Lake Victoria, to the thundering Murchison Falls, and the wilderness of Mt Elgon, Uganda has much to offer. Swim in a crater lake atop the Mgahinga Volcanos, or watch hippos, crocodiles and buffaloes, on a relaxing cruise in Queen Elisabeth! Travel in Uganda simply delights!
Tour Highlights: Murchison Falls, Snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains, Diverse Landscapes, Lake Victoria, Wildlife Safaris, Primates, Adventure.
Zambia remains a more non-commercial safari destination, with intimate camps in beautifully remote reserves. Zambia’s prolific game is especially exhilarating when encountered on foot. Elephant, lion, wild dog, spotted hyena, giraffe and puku are just some of the animals you will see. The national parks even allow night drives, adding a new thrill to game-viewing. And don’t miss the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls at Livingstone!
Tour Highlights: Victoria Falls, Walking Safari to the Mwaleshi River, Canoeing Lower Zambezi National Park.
Vibrant Zimbabwe provides exclusive, peaceful safari experiences and the most qualified guides in Africa. Enclosed between the Zambezi River to the north and the Limpopo River to the south, Zimbabwe has an inland plateau filled with rugged mountains, dense forests, and beautiful national parks. Gaze in awe at the breathtaking Victoria Falls or enjoy close encounters with elephants, lions and leopards on a game drive in Hwange.
African safari tours really are trips of a lifetime!
Tour Highlights: White Water Rafting near Victoria Falls, Ancient Matopos Rock Art, the Rare Black Rhinos and the Lions of Lake Kariba.