Our access to legends and luminaires allows us to create fantastic special routes. No matter what passion you have, we have the perfect safari that matches it. For example, epicureans can explore some of the best South African restaurants and wineries with a world-famous chef or winemaker.
Golfers can play a round with a famous golfer on their private track. History buffs can explore evacuation sites with archaeologists. Animal lovers can come behind the scenes with the best conservation conservation areas on the wildlife conservation line. Your possibilities are almost endless ... Africa is yours to discover!
Watch Big Five Watching Your African Safari. Viewing wildlife in Africa is exciting and captivating. Your guide will get you close and personal with Big Five (elephant, lion, leopard, cape buffalo and rhino). Pack your camera and binoculars to guarantee your best pictures.
Cape Town South Africa offers a wonderful home base for visiting Table Top Mountain, the Garden Route and the famous wineries in South Africa. Fabulous gourmet food is included along the way. Include Robbin Island where Nelson Mandela captivated and learned from the exciting history and culture of this time period.
Victoria Falls, it's called humbling, exciting, awe-inspiring, but in some way words fall to describe this wonders in the world. As you approach the falls, it is the noise that you will hear first; a remarkable reminder of the amazing spectacle that comes. Its fog, as high as 1000 meters, fills the air. The thrill of seeing the milestone wide cascade for the first time is easy, with a heli tournament from above!
Mt. Kilimanjaro, immortal in literature, film and song, this African landmark is truly one of the planet's greatest pleasures, and climbing it's a rewarding, once in a lifetime experience. Many of the hikes are non-technical and no mountain experience is necessary, but you should be strong and adventurous! Camp staff carry your equipment, keep you fed and comfortable to the summit.
Etosha National Park is Namibia's best wildlife venue. Etosha is home to Africa's tallest elephants, the extinct black rhino and 91 other mammalian species. Etosha is popular with photographers in the dry season like flocks to the waterhole, along with wildlife.
Most visitors to the Etosha National Park will see lots of giraffes, elephants, lions, rhino, puppy and leopard along with a wide range of birdlife.
A planned game drive in Etosha is a highlight of a trip to Africa. There are several excellent exclusive cabins and camps available just outside the park on private reserves, where guided safari is included in the package.
Okavango River cuts through the center of the Kalahari Desert, creating a unique inner water system that gives life a wide variety of birds and mammals. Okavango Delta is a unique safari destination because you can see a lot of wildlife from a traditional canoe ~ a mokoro.
The Ngorongoro Conservation Area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, containing the world's largest crater, which acts as a natural envelope for almost all species of wildlife found in East Africa. I call it the garden of Eden, you will be amazed at how close you can see wildlife here.
There is a large selection of Kruger National Park tours designed to cater for many types of travelers with their unique needs. The tours allow tourists to observe large African animals such as leopards, lions, buffalo, elephants, rhinos and many more in their natural habitat. Depending on the type of safari you choose, you can explore the wilderness on the elephant back, in open guided Land Rovers or on foot.
The Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya is Africa's most popular safari destination and it is the most popular zoo in Kenya. From July to October you can witness the incredible migration of millions of rodents and zebra. The Masai tribe also offers cultural tours, which improves your visit.
Serengeti National Park in Tanzania offers the absolute classic African safari setting. The grasslands make the Serengeti amazing to spot lion kills, so you can see the whole spectrum clearly. Migration of millions of rodents and zebra starts here and because it is much larger than Mara, it is also less touristy.
There is nothing like planning a trip to Africa - there are so many opportunities for exploration and relaxation, so many ideas to consider. Want to see the golden landscapes, looking for your eyes after the next group of wildlife? Do you want to drive a waterway, listen to the animals' mess by the peaceful silence of your amazing African luxury safari? See the magnificent view of Mt. Kilimanjaro? Walk the famous wineries in Cape Winelands? When the choices are both exquisite and seemingly endless, where do you start? A custom trip, orchestrating your best vacation ever. Africa, it requires you!