Think zebra & wildebeest Migration, umbrella acacias extending the African savannah and sky, Masai warriors, ranches with horses and family-friendly safaris, and “Out of Africa” colonial heritage for starters. Kenya set the standard for safaris and its attractions are legend. We invite you to explore its undiscovered and wild aspects with us!
Home to the Cradle of Mankind, Africa’s iconic summit Kilimanjaro, the teeming plains of the Serengeti, the continent’s largest game reserve & the rich and exotic Swahili coastal culture on the islands which include the wonders of Zanzibar!
Verdant and equatorial, these neighboring jewels are a birder’s paradise and home to chimpanzees and mountain gorillas which can be tracked in Bwindi’s Impenetrable Forest and the lake-dotted Virunga Volcanoes. Generally, we recommend Rwanda as the best way to add a gorilla-tracking extension to a safari in Kenya or Tanzania while we find Uganda is a wonderful stand-alone destination for a longer adventure.
Famous for Kruger National Park with its “Big Five” luxury lodges boasting fine dining and wine cellars as well as malaria-free options in other parts of the country. Combine all that with the attractions of Cape Town, nearby Winelands and the Garden Route with a rich and fascinating history, and South Africa has something for everyone!
Wide-open spaces with private concessions in the world’s largest inland delta, the Okavango and the thirstlands of the Kalahari Desert, each provides rich wildlife habitat and a variety of activities. Home to the San People and meerkats and more. Ride in a dugout canoe, on a horse, cruise the Chobe River, walk , so many ways to explore!
Step back in time watching leopards in the South Luangwa Valley, visit remote and wild Kafue National Park or the fill your days with active adventures in the Lower Zambezi & Victoria Falls and you’ll be back for more! Walk from camp to camp, get close to elephants, marvel at flocks of quelea and carmine bee-eaters! Zambia is magic.
A hidden gem of a country, Zimbabwe contains Victoria Falls, huge herds of elephant in Hwange National Park, edenic Mana Pools National Park on the Zambesi River for close encounters with elephants and hippo while walking and canoeing. Not to mention that Zimbabwe’s guides remain the best on the continent!
Desert-adapted elephants and illusive black rhino are among Namibia’s key attractions along with its iconic Sossusvlei Desert dunes and white expanses of calcrete pans surrounded with wildlife in Etosha National Park. Finally, the wild Skeleton Coast is mysterious, misty and rich in history.
Renowned for hosting one of the world’s oldest civilisations, India offers a mesmerising journey of cultural discovery, with literally hundreds of thousands of living temples, mosques, churches and gurdwaras. And, just when you thought India couldn’t possibly be more enticing, the country boasts protected areas for the majority of the world’s wild tigers, as well as Asiatic lion, leopard, wild dogs, sloth bear, Asiatic rhino, elephants, the gaur and many deer and monkey species.