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Africa Safari Tours

Enjoy the holiday of a lifetime with our African Safari tours, ideal for adventure seekers and wildlife fanatics. Enjoy the full safari experience in the Chobe National Park, Amboseli National Park and the Masai Mara Game reserve and visit the dramatic Victoria Falls which forms a border between Zimbabwe and Zambia.

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Kenya Tracks and Trails

Kenya Tracks and Trails
  • 8 Nights - Nairobi and Back
  • Fly Tour from £2,599

Imagine sitting on a wooden deck, watching herds of wildebeest and buffalo drinking from a pool before you as the sky changes with the setting sun. It’s the perfect way to end a day of thrilling safaris - travelling in small 4WD vehicles through Kenya’s best wildlife reserves - Maasai Mara, Tsavo, and Amboseli, synonymous with glorious views of Mount Kilimanjaro.

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Wonders of Kenya

Wonders of Kenya
  • 8 Nights - Nairobi and Back
  • Tour Only from £2,850

Embark on a journey to the enchanting home of the African safari, fiery savannah sunsets and the colourfully clad Maasai - an epic adventure through Kenya's iconic wilderness.

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Victoria Falls and Botswana Safari

Victoria Falls and Botswana Safari
  • 11 Nights - Johannesburg and Back
  • Fly Tour from £2,989

Victoria Falls, arguably Africa’s greatest natural wonder, with often overlooked Botswana and incredible Cape Town, what a tour! There is something almost haunting about Africa and everyone should visit it at least once during their lives.

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Grand Safari Kenya

Grand Safari Kenya
  • 9 Nights - Nairobi and Back
  • Fly Tour from £3,099

For the classic romance of an African safari, there’s scarcely a more perfect country than Kenya. From your room at the historic Treetops Lodge, you can watch elephants and rhinos drink from a watering hole.

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Namibian Discovery

Namibian Discovery
  • 14 Nights - Johannesburg and Back
  • Fly Tour from £3,549

In places starkly beautiful, in places packed with colourful life, Namibia is always ruled by Mother Nature. On this tour you’ll traverse the ever-changing ‘dune sea’ of the Namib desert.

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Ethiopian Discovery

Ethiopian Discovery
  • 12 Nights - Addis Ababa and Back
  • Fly Tour from £3,699

Explore one of Africa's most beautiful nations on our Ethiopian Discovery Tour. Travel to historic cities and stunning natural landmarks while enjoying unique cultural excursions to some of the friendliest communities on the continent.

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Namibia - Tribes and Natural Wonders

Namibia - Tribes and Natural Wonders
  • 13 Nights - Namibia and Back
  • Fly Tour from £4,149

Watch out for lions, rhinos and elephants on thrilling game drives, search for rock art on ancient basalt mountains and discover the traditions of the Damara people. This unique country offers natural gems from plunging canyons to towering sand dunes.

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Great Apes of Uganda

Great Apes of Uganda
  • 11 Nights - Entebbe and Back
  • Fly Tour from £4,399

Watching mountain gorillas play is surely one of the world’s most moving wildlife experiences. On this wonderful tour you could experience it for yourself, amongst dozens of other unforgettable encounters.

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Zimbabwe - The Path to the Smoke that Thunders

Zimbabwe - The Path to the Smoke that Thunders
  • 13 Nights - Pamuzinda to Victoria Falls
  • Fly Tour from £4,699

Wild Zimbabwe surrounds you while staying in safari lodges and on a small, exclusive cruise vessel. There’ll be little to disturb the peace of Lake Kariba and the great wildlife reserves along its shores - havens for crocodiles and hippos, herons and fish eagles, lions, the endangered black rhino, and more.

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Uganda - Gorillas in the Mist

Uganda - Gorillas in the Mist
  • 12 Nights - Entebbe and Back
  • Fly Tour from £5,499

Wildlife lovers will be in their element on our Uganda Gorillas in the Mist tour, spotting gorillas, tree-climbing lions, white rhinos and more in their natural habitat – as well as a chance to meet friendly locals and soak up the natural beauty of this stunning country.

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Discover Africa Safari

Africa offers some of the best wildlife viewing in the world including the famous Big Five, all of which can be seen on safari. Safari means ‘journey’ in Swahili, and the concept originated in Kenya. It is here that you’ll witness two million wildebeest on their annual migration into the Masai Mara, believed to be visible from space. The indigenous Masai and Samburu tribes give an intriguing insight into traditional African culture and rituals, allowing you to truly immerse yourself in this fascinating country. The coast with its stunning beaches is the perfect place to relax after a thrilling few days on safari.

Approximately 40% of Botswana is dedicated to national parks and game reserves, all of which are without fences. Wildlife is able to roam freely meaning unsurpassed opportunities for game viewing. Exploring the Okavango delta by canoe is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, while a walk with Bushmen in the Kalahari Game Reserve is the perfect chance to embrace the local traditions.

Rwanda, nicknamed the ‘Land of a Thousand Hills’, is renowned for its mountain gorillas, but it has a lot more to offer, including soaring volcanoes and tranquil lakes. Meanwhile, Tanzania is a photographer’s dream, from snowcapped Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain, to the vast plains of the Serengeti, and the breathtaking Ngorongoro Crater. A volcano collapsed around two million years ago creating this extraordinary volcanic landscape, home to black rhinos and hippos, to name but a few.

Victoria Falls is simply breathtaking and forms the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia. In the 1800s, the Kololo tribe described this dramatic waterfall as ‘The Smoke that Thunders’. Heading south, you’ll find Johannesburg, a former gold-mining settlement which has grown into South Africa’s biggest city.

Nelson Mandela’s former home has been turned into the Mandela House museum, while the Apartheid Museum is a poignant reminder of the apartheid system which existed until the 1990s. At the southern tip of South Africa is Cape Town, a diverse city crowned by the majestic Table Mountain. From pristine white beaches to dense forests with abundant hiking trails, and interesting art galleries, there is definitely something for everyone.


Highlights of Africa Safari

  • Kruger National Park

    Kruger National Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa where you can see the Big Five – lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants and buffalos. The park is also home to elephants, wildebeest, and the endangered African wild dogs, plus a variety of birds. The scenery is diverse, from rolling savannah to mountains as far as the eye can see.

  • Serengeti National Park

    Serengeti National Park is located in northern Tanzania and renowned for its large annual migration of wildebeest, usually accompanied by zebras and gazelles. This tends to occur late November or December but is dependent on rainfall patterns. They spread across the vast plains and have their young, before migrating north around April. The Grumeti River flows through the heart of the national park and is home to crocodiles and hippos.

  • Victoria Falls

    Without question, Victoria Falls is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world, and separates Zambia and Zimbabwe. It is situated on the Zambezi River and was described by a Kololo tribe as ‘The Smoke that Thunders’. On many evenings, a special lunar rainbow can be seen in the mist of Victoria Falls, which is caused by the moon’s light refracting in the rising spray. Helicopter rides offer unrivalled views of this natural spectacle.

  • Chobe National Park

    Chobe National Park was the first national park in Botswana, established in 1968. It is close to the magnificent Okavango Delta, known for its large herds of elephants and Cape Buffalo. These can often be seen grazing along the banks of the Chobe River, while the Linyanti Marsh is inhabited by hippos and antelopes. Boat safaris along the Chobe River and jeep safaris on the plains and through the woodlands are the perfect way to explore this national park.

  • Nairobi

    Nairobi is the capital of Kenya and where you’ll find Nairobi National Park which cares for endangered black rhinos as well as a host of other animals. Nearby is an elephant orphanage, run by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. It treats elephant calves orphaned due to poaching. After receiving expert care, they are moved to Tsavo and gradually reintroduced into wild herds. Other highlights of this lively city include Fort Jesus, overlooking the beautiful Mobassa harbour, where you can enjoy a mesmerising sound and light show.

  • Durban

    Durban has a fascinating mix of cultures and influences, including Indian and colonial. The beautiful promenade passes uShaka Marine World, a theme park and aquarium complex, as well as the striking Moses Mabhida Stadium, one of the venues used in the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Durban Botanic Gardens is the oldest surviving botanical garden in Africa and offers a subtropical climate, perfect for palms and orchids.

  • Cape Town

    Cape Town is overlooked by the impressive Table Mountain, an iconic landmark and popular tourist attraction which is best viewed by cable car. Nestled at the foot of the mountain is Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden which not only houses plants but art exhibits and sculptures which bring this beautiful garden to life. Boulders Beach in the Cape Peninsula is a beautiful sheltered beach with secluded inlets, while Robben Island, a stone’s throw from Cape Town, is known for housing Nelson Mandela.

  • Johannesburg

    In the 19th-century, Johannesburg was a gold-mining settlement. Today it is a thriving city and the largest in South Africa. Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu once lived in the sprawling Soweto township. Key sights include the Apartheid Museum which tells the harrowing story of the apartheid system, and the UNESCO-listed Cradle of Humankind with its impressive caves and abundant wildlife. There is also Constitution Hill, an infamous prison which is now used by the High Court.

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