Discover. Experience. Explore. Africa.
The decision to visit Africa is life-changing. It is an addictive destination, as diverse as it is large and as awe-inspiring as it is different, and it is a continent to which you can return again and again and have a completely different experience each time.To understand Africa's sheer size, imagine combining together the USA, China, India, Japan, Eastern Europe, United Kingdom, France, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Belgium and Switzerland. So, it is best approached with expert advice, as we know about all the secret spots this continent holds.
Situated at the tip of the African continent and surrounded by two oceans, South Africa boasts scenic beauty, captivating wildlife, a wonderful climate, fascinating cultural heritage, quaint coastal villages and cosmopolitan cities.
In one trip, you can interact with meerkats in the Kalahari Desert, climb Table Mountain, sip world-class sumptuous wines, experience truly exhilarating Big Five game drives in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve and relax on a sandy beach down the Garden Route.
Rest assured there is something for every type of traveler.
Botswana is undoubtedly one of the most incredible wildlife destinations in Africa. The Okavango Delta is the world’s largest inland delta and a World Heritage site, consisting of 15 000 square kilometers of dazzling water channels, lagoons and islands, forming a unique wilderness sanctuary.
The Chobe National Park includes the Savute Channel and the natural beauty of the Linyanti River, famous for their large concentrations of elephant and buffalo.
These areas are easily combined using light aircraft charters which offer a bird's eye game viewing experience along the way.
Botswana is the perfect destination for those seeking wildlife sightings and pristine, unfenced surroundings.
Tanzania is Africa’s visual masterpiece. It's a country of natural splendor, astounding wildlife, seductive beaches, charming ancient towns, archaeological sites and geological wonders.
You can explore the classic safari destinations of the Serengeti, Tarangire and Ngorongoro Crater. However, you should add an exotic Zanzibar island escape to wash off the dust of witnessing mighty herds during their Great Migration. Discover off-the-beaten-path gems like chimpanzee trekking in the unspoiled rainforests of Mahale and Rubondo Island, and view game in the crowd free wild landscapes of Selous and Ruaha.
If like-changing adventure is what you seek, climb Kilimanjaro and stand on the roof of Africa.
Kenya has long-since captured the imagination of travelers. It boasts some of the most luxurious lodging options, from honeymoon hideaways, mobile safaris, private villas and classic Hemingway-style tented camps.
Explore the Masai Mara and experience the incredible annual Wildebeest migration between July to September. Watch impressive elephant herds in the Amboseli National Park and meet the cultural tribes of the Maasai and Samburu. Spend time in the bustling markets of Nairobi – a melting pot where colonial architecture meets African spirit and culture. Marvel at the snow-capped Mount Kenya or sip a cocktail on the beaches whilst feasting on the freshest catch.
Rwanda is known as the Land of a Thousand Hills and is home to the rare mountain gorillas. These incredible animals live in the misty mountains of the Volcanoes National Park and tracking a gorilla family will be a bucket list experience like no other.
Rwanda has many hidden treasures, that few know about, ranging from culture interaction, the emotive Genocide Memorial situated in Kigali, trekking through the Nyungwe forest with the busy chimpanzee, hiking the volcanoes and Big Five Safaris in Akagera National Park.
If you want to escape the tourists, Rwanda has plenty to offer.
This is definitely an adventure to add to your bucket list!
Zanzibar is an enchanting paradise waiting for your arrival. Set off the Tanzanian coastline, it has stretching sandy beaches, luxury resorts, history galore, a vibrant culture and some of the best dive spots in the world. It's where you sit back with a cocktail in hand and the azure water lapping at your feet as you relax after a safari in Kenya or Tanzania, or after Gorilla Trekking in Rwanda and Uganda.
''The Spice Island'' is the quintessential place to end your African adventure. Watch the dhows gliding across the clear waters, or visit bustling street markets, exotic spice plantations and feast on cuisine freshly prepared by friendly locals.