Timeless Safari Experiences
Africa is a most diverse continent filled with many different cultures in each country of the continent.
Welcome to sunny South Africa – we are pleased that you have chosen South Africa as your holiday destination and we are eager to share our country, its people and attractions with you. Every country in the world displays some diversity, but South Africa, stretching from the hippos in the Limpopo River to the penguins waddling on the Cape, takes some beating. It befits its position at the southern end of the world's most epic continent, with more types of terrain than photographers can shake their zoom lens at. There's the iconic Table Mountain and Cape Point, Private Lodge and National Park's wildlife-stalked savannah. The epicurean delights abound with sizzling Cape Malay dishes, or a braai (barbecue) in the wilderness – accompanied by a bottle of a fine wine produced by the oldest wine industry outside Europe.
Of course, it's impossible for travelers to South Africa to remain oblivious to the fact that, despite the rise of the middle-class black population, racial inequality persists here. Black and colored townships face problems such as a horrific HIV/AIDS rate and xenophobic tensions caused by economic refugees from nearby countries.
Nonetheless, South Africans are some of the most upbeat, welcoming and humorous folk you'll encounter anywhere, from farmers in the rural north who tell you to drive safely on those dirt roads, to township Khayelitsha kids who wish you molo ('good morning' in Xhosa). Another point of unity in the diverse country is that, in malls and minibus taxis, bush pubs and shebeens, two popular topics of conversation are still the 2010 FIFA World Cup and recent political upheavals. As it turned out hosting football's mightiest tournament was as great a moment for South Africa as were its Rugby World Cup triumphs in 1995 and 2007.
This enormous landlocked country covers 582 000 square kilometers of Africa's great interior plateau. It extends more than 1100km from north to south and 960km from east to west. The Kalahari covers 85% of the country in the central and south-western areas. The area is largely flat, dry and intensely hot with sandy soils, thin grasslands and areas of woodland savannah that sustains a human population of not much more than 1.6 million people.
When it comes to tourism the focus is on the great desert parks, on the lunar landscapes of the Makgadikgadi Pans, on the wetland wonder of the Okavango Delta, Chobe and to the east, Tuli. Botswana's national parks are among Africa's wildest and most spectacular.
Botswana is truly one of Africa's top safari destinations, teeming with game and bird-life, thanks in large part to a strong commitment to wildlife protection and management and environmental conservation. We are home to the world renowned Okavango Delta, Kalahari Desert, the Chobe National Park and Moremi Game Reserve, where animals roam freely and offer our visitors superb safari experiences.
ZIMBABWE, HOME OF VICTORIA FALLS
Zimbabwe is home to the mighty Victoria Falls, the highest, widest and most powerful waterfall making it one of the world's "Seven Natural Wonders and back in the 1800's was described by the nearby Kololo people as 'Mosi-oa-Tunya' which means "the Smoke that Thunders". Zimbabwe is a unique holiday destination, blessed with landscapes of extraordinary beauty, relatively unspoilt by mass tourism, it has something to offer everyone - from a quiet and spacious haven to thrilling adventure. In search of the best year round safari experience, honeymoon, or simply to marvel at the spectacular Falls, Zimbabwe is an ideal destination.
Fast becoming the most sought after destination in southern Africa, Zambia is blessed with natural wonders, 17 waterfalls including the mighty Victoia Falls and abundance of wild life, high action water activities and safaris deep in the wilderness that can include elephant back rides, walking with lions as well as waking and game drives.
The quintessential safari starts and ends in East Africa.
Kenya is the entry or exit point for most trips to East Africa and a favorite package safari destination. Lying on the Far East end of Africa along the Indian Ocean and astride the equator, Kenya is bordered by Somalia to the northeast, Ethiopia to the north, Southern Sudan to the northwest, Uganda to the west and Tanzania to the south. Lake Victoria is to the southwest and is shared between Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania.
Kenya is known for its numerous wildlife reserves with thousands of wildlife species. Kenya's covers an area of 580,000 sq km both landmass and water bodies with a population of nearly 40 million people. Kenya has a diverse mix of tribes numbering 42 all of whom speak different languages. The country is named after Mount Kenya, a significant landmark and the second highest mountain peaks in Africa.
Tanzania boasts of its massive concentration of wild life. There is no other country in Africa that can compete with the sheer number and density of wild animals residing here. Tanzania is the home to The Great Migration, and has more national parks than any other African country – including the Serengeti National Park arguably the best know wildlife sanctuary in the world. The Ngongoro, dubbed the eighth wonder of the world this conservation area boasts a mix of landscapes, wildlife people and archaeology unparalleled anywhere in Africa. Lake Manyara a freshwater lake attracts baboons, hippos, impalas, elephants, wildebeests, buffalo, warthogs and giraffes.
We are ready to tailor your trip to your specifications and we are ready to assist you in any way possible