Explore the Destinations

southern africa

  • Zebra group

    Travel to Botswana where fewer tourists, thriving wildlife populations and magnificent and diverse landscapes add up for an incomparable safari experience. On our luxury Botswana safaris, you will explore the varied terrain from the dry grassy plains of the Kalahari Desert to the lush waters of the Okavango Delta, the world’s largest inland delta and one of the last great wilderness areas on the planet. Each unique region features an abundance of wildlife; elephants, buffaloes, hippos, wildebeests, giraffes, crocodiles, lions, cheetahs, leopards, hyenas, antelopes, rhino, warthog and many more. We customize a safari experience to include all areas of interest from the Kalahari Desert, Okavango Delta, Linyanti and Chobe rivers right through to Victoria Falls. Explore this destination in small, luxury African safari camps for as few as 6 people as our Botswana trips offer exceptional guiding, service, exquisite cuisine and luxurious creature comforts. Safaris to Botswana are best suited for discerning wilderness enthusiasts and families seeking the true heart and soul of wild Africa.

  • Capetown coastline from above

    Cape Town and its surrounds are world-class and have regularly been voted Africa's top city to visit and live in. Flying over this scenic city you can see why — it’s natural beauty is breathtaking. Table Mountain is the backdrop of the city that features Dutch and English architecture, the historic Victoria & Alfred Waterfront District and Kirstenbosch Botanic Gardens, and of course the Cape Peninsula & Boulders Beach Penguin colony. The Winelands are a destination not to be missed with some world famous wine estates where one can spend time with winemakers and learn how this region differs from the rest of the world. One of our most favorite places to send our discerning guests!

  • Elephants in a group

    These iconic ‘Big 5’ wildlife parks are an essential stop on any safari to South Africa. Explore these incredible reserves from the comfort of some of the most luxurious lodges on the continent in an open 4x4 vehicle with your highly qualified guide. This is where the wildlife safari experience originated more than 100 years ago and remains to this day the best place to see lions, leopards, elephants, buffalo and the endangered rhinoceros.

  • Safari truck at sunset

    Namibia is renowned for its wide open spaces, desert elephants and the world’s most spectacular sand dunes. With over 42% of the country protected in national parks and community reserves, the country is often called ‘Africa’s Gem.' Namibia provides its visitors with a wide variety of sights, including shipwrecks on the Skeleton Coast, towering sand dunes at Sossusvlei in the Namib Desert, the exotic Himba people who still live as nomadic pastoralists in one of the world's most sparsely inhabited areas of the continent called the Kaokoveld, and huge gatherings of wildlife at the waterholes of Etosha National Park. Namibia is also home to one of the last places that the San people (Bushmen) call home, practicing their hunting and gathering lifestyle in the remote African bush. The climate of Namibia is typically semi-desert, enjoying sunshine year-round with days being hot and nights being cool.

  • Zambezi sunset

    Home to the world-famous Victoria Falls, these countries straddle the Zambezi River and are hidden gem safari destinations. Explore Hwange and Zambezi National Parks in Zimbabwe and South Luangwa and Lower Zambezi Parks in Zambia for some of the wildest game viewing on the continent.

eastern africa

  • Sunset in Kenya

    A safari to Kenya allows one to experience astonishing biodiversity of mountain, coastal and African savannah ecosystems where proud local peoples live in harmony with wildlife. Located in the heart of East African safari country, Kenya features one of the world’s greatest wildlife spectacles: the annual migration of millions of wildebeest and zebra. From the vast Serengeti plains to the amber-colored hills of the Mara, over 1.4 million wildebeest 200,000 zebra and gazelle, followed closely by Africa’s great predators, migrate in a clock-wise fashion over 1,800 miles each year following the rains and corresponding lush grasses.

  • Baby gorilla close-up

    Home to the last places to view gorillas in the wild. Not to mention chimpanzees and countless other primates and birdlife, Rwanda and Uganda abound with lush tropical forests, mountains and lakes that are unforgettable. You can include gorilla trekking as an extension to your Kenya or Tanzania safari or have us plan a custom trip to some of the beautiful parks and reserves like Volcanoes National and Nyungwe Forest in Rwanda and Queen Elizabeth, Murchison Falls and Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda.

  • Tanzania is home to three of Africa’s most iconic parks: the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater and Mount Kilimanjaro. Our Tanzania safaris are custom crafted to maximize wildlife experiences and create authentic encounters with the local people. This includes taking you to the top of Africa’s tallest peak, exploring the vast Serengeti Plains (also home to the annual wildebeest migration of 1.4 million animals) and experiencing the white sandy beaches of the spice island of Zanzibar.

african beaches

  • With an incredible tropical Indian Ocean coastline and stunning remote lodges, Mozambique has become Africa’s hottest beach destination. Characterized by laid-back African charm, Portuguese influences, white sandy beaches and low-key yet beautifully styled boutique resorts, this southern African paradise is perfect for those seeking barefoot luxury. Five pristine tropical islands make up the Bazaruto Archipelago in the south, hemmed with idyllic beaches. The Quirimbas Archipelago, on the other hand, lie further to the north and is made up of 32 coral islands with spectacular reefs and marine life. Its coastal location means that Mozambique has exceptional seafood. In the center of the country lies Gorongosa National Park, which is undergoing a large scale rehabilitation project and is sure to regain its place as one of the continents most celebrated wildlife reserves.

  • Set against the soothing blue waters of the Indian Ocean with only granite boulders and the occasional cluster of palm trees breaking the long white sandy beaches, the islands of the Seychelles are hard to beat for a beach holiday. It is not only the postcard-like beaches that are amongst the world’s finest, but the handful of award-winning resorts and super-stylish villas allow one the chance to live out a tropical island fantasy in pure, world-class luxury.


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