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South Africa


South Africa is the perfect introduction to travel in Africa. Daily flights linking the major centers and a superb road network make independent travel easy. Add to this a mix a elegant accommodations and you have the perfect holiday.

South Africa offers an enormous diversity of experiences which includes the Mother City of Cape Town, the scenic Garden Route along the southern Cape coastline, historic Zulu battlefields, the majestic Drakensberg and Blyde River Canyon, the legendary Kalahari and other exciting safaris, many of which are situated in malaria free areas.

Exciting ideas

  • Go shark-cage diving off Cape Town.
  • Drive up the Garden Route with your family.
  • Look for rare animals in the Kalahari.
  • Get transported back in time listening to the battles between the Zulu and British.
  • Watch turtles hatch on the Northern Kwazulu Natal beaches.
  • Get upclose with big cats in the Greater Kruger.
  • Botswana



This landlocked country boasts some of the worlds richest wildlife treasures such as the Kalahari Desert, the vast Makgadigadi Saltpans , the verdant Chobe waterfront and the jewel in the Kalahari crown, the Okavango Delta. Here annual floodwaters from the Angolan highlands fan out into the vast delta before disappearing into the Kalahari sands creating the stage of some of the richest biodiversity anywhere in Africa. Botswana offers travellers a privileged, low volume and premium quality safari experience.

Vast distanced and isolated destinations are standard for this part of the world and as a result are mostly reached by small plane. The enormous concessions also offer guests the opportunity to view wildlife in near isolation, away from other vehicles.

 Exciting ideas.

  • Go on a Makoro trip. A dug-out canoe ride amongst the waterways of the vast delta brings you at eye level with the many wild inhabitants.
  • Go for a quad-bike ride on the Makgadigadi saltpans stopping for sundowner drinks where you can almost see the curve of the earth.
  • Have a family of Meerkats within touching distance.
  • Search for the legendary black-maned lions in the Central Kalahari.
  • See the real abundance of the Okavango from the air in a helicopter flip over the waterways.



Despite the bad press Zimbabwe still remains one of the continents most amazing safari destinations and home to no less than five UNESCO world heritage sites. This friendly countries best-known destination is the nightly Victoria Falls known to be the adventure capital of Africa. Downstream on the Zambezi within the lower Great Rift Valley is Mana Pools National Park, easily Africa’s most scenic parks. Other great destinations include Hwange National Park. Matusadona National Park, which adjoins Lake Kariba, several private and upmarket concessions, the Great Zimbabwe Ruins, Gonarezhou National Park and much more.

Exciting Ideas

  • Vic-Falls – adrenalin capitol of the continent. Jump off Vic Falls Bridge, raft down the Zambezi or do a helicopter flight over the Falls to witness its true magnitude.
  • View the remarkable relaxed bull Elephants of Mana Pools.
  • Take an overnight canoe safari down the Zambezi.
  • Witness one of Africa’s greatest Archeological sites, the Great Zimbabwe Ruins.


The Serengeti in Tanzania is the well-known stage that hosts the annual great Migration. Together with the Ngorongoro Crater it forms the pivot around which the countries safari circuit revolves. It is by no means the only exciting destination and numerous parks such as Ruaha, Selous and Katavi offers some of the wildest destinations in Africa. Lake Tanganyika runs along the breadth of the country and on its western shores is the wild Mahali Mountains, home to habituated chimpanzees.

Combine all this wilderness with pristine emerald coastline and further afield spice islands of Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia for a truly unique vacation.

Exciting ideas

  • Walk with the Hadzabe bushman on a hunt in the Southern Serengeti.
  • Witness the birth of wildebeest young during their February and March in the Serengeti.
  • Walk with Chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains.
  • Snorkel with Whale Sharks of the Zanzibar coast.



Quintessential Africa , Kenya is the birthplace of the safari. A great diversity of landscapes ranging from the snowcapped Mount Kenya to the teeming herds migrating over the Acacia-dotted rolling savannah in the Maasai Mara offers travelers a fascinating and friendly destination. Combine all this with the wild and tribal northern reaches and one has a truly unique and exciting destination suited to anyone from the intrepid and daring to families looking for adventure.

Exciting Ideas

  • Everyone should see the great wildebeest migration at least once in his or her life.
  • Walking safari with camels through the dramatic northern reaches of the country on the edge of the northern frontier district.
  • Helicopter safaris to Mount Kenya or the dramatic Lake Turkana region.
  • Get out of the vehicle and enjoy sleeping out under the stars in Laikipia.
  • Horse safari through the Maasai Mara.



Uganda, deservedly dubbed the Pearl of Africa, is located in the Great Lakes Region in central Africa and boasts an ecological diversity that rivals many larger countries. Here eastern savannah meets west African jungle. Uganda really
does offer visitors incredible diversity with its multitude of varying ecosystems. Bordered by the Rwenzori Mountains (often called the Mountains of the Moon, the 3rd highest in Africa), the Virunga Mountains, and Africa’s largest lake, Lake Victoria, it’s a beautiful country bursting with bird- and wildlife.

In no other African destination can one see a comparable variety of primates with so little effort not just the great apes but also more than ten monkey species. And, if Uganda will have primate enthusiasts grinning with satisfaction, it will have birdwatchers doing cartwheels.

Exciting Ideas.

  • Walk the Golden Mile in Budongo forest looking for Albertine endemic birds.
  • Meet local Congolese fisherman on a boat cruise down the White Nile onto Lake Albert in search of Shoebill.
  • Discover the vast amount of unique mammals on a game drive in the scenic Murchison Falls. National Park.
  • Spend a full day with Chimpanzees in Kibale Forest National Park.
  • Go on a night walk in the equatorial forests looking for rare and seldom seen mammals, ampibians, invertebrates and reptiles.
  • Don’t let your quest for the great apes stop with Gorillas and Chimpanzees. Go find all the other fascinating monkeys, Galagos and Pottos!

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Limpopo Province,
Republic of South Africa
(+27) 082 745 0522

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