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African Safari

African Safari
There is nothing in the world like going on safari, and every safari is a new adventure. African wildlife, huge, open vehicles, massive, awe-inspiring landscapes and fresh air nights under canvas; safaris are a world apart, they suck you in and immerse you in their magic, and the world beyond is left behind.
The range of African safari lands provides a vast and varied playground for all kinds of wonderful wildlife adventures. From the vast distances of the great Serengeti to the waterways of the Okavango Delta, from the wilds of the Skeleton Coast in Namibia to the hidden, wild walking paths of the Luangwa Valley... there is an overwhelming range of wildlife encounters out there, more than enough for a lifetime. We relish the best of these countries, and will show you the most fabulous, comfortable or inspired ways of enjoying them!
Tanzania Safari   Botswana Safari   Kenya Safari
Tanzania Safari   Botswana Safari   Kenya Safari
Home to the Serengeti, Kilimanjaro, and Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania is probably Africa’s most famous safari destination, and even the lesser known parks of Selous and Ruaha provide exceptional safaris.  It is also the easiest country to combine a safari with a Zanzibar beach
 A safari in Botswana is easily the most exclusive and expensive of anywhere in Africa.  Private reserves in the world famous Okavango Delta and Moremi host exceptional game viewing, the broadest range of activities, and the highest standard of accommodation
 Kenya was the original safari market and still suffers from its mass market approach to tourism. However there are many great destinations that are away from the crowds.  Kenya’s safari and beach combinations are easy and affordable and the Masai Mara is one of Africa's most iconic parks
Tanzania Safari
  Botswana Safari
  Kenya Safari
Namibia Safari   Zambia Safaris   Zimbabwe Safaris
Namibia Safari   Zambia Safaris   Zimbabwe Safaris
Namibia has some of the most dramatic scenery in Africa, and this is its focus. Sossusvlei and the Skeleton Coast are outstanding locations with unbelievable scenery, but the wildlife safaris in Etosha are not as impressive as those in neighbouring countries 
 Zambia has long been regarded as the country for safari enthusiasts and second timers, but today Zambia caters for all clients. The undisputed home of the walking safari, owner run camps, and incredible levels of guiding.
 Zimbabwe has been through hell, but it still has some outstanding camps and safari lodges. Its struggle has resulted in excellent value and we are seeing the country slowly regain its status as one of Africa’s best game viewing destinations
Namibia Safari
  Zambia Safaris
  Zimbabwe Safaris
The range of possibilities for your safari are immense, depending on landscape, activity, style and budget preferences.  As a result, all of our itineraries are wildly different.  Your safari may be as active or relaxing as you wish; we can arrange walking safaris over five or more nights or simple, lodge-based safaris in which you can take time out with your watercolours or a camera.
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The essence of these experiences is always the spectacular natural landscape and wildlife, but your safari can be incredibly stylish too, as all of these regions have ultimate, luxurious, stylish accommodation options that can feel almost as attractive as the wildlife itself. There are a range of accommodation choices on safari...
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Depending on what suits you, or the country which you wish to visit, your safari may be include 4x4 driving expeditions, walking, boating in motor boats or man-powered mokoros, or watching wildlife from horseback or hot air balloon! We have highlighted many of the individual options on our 'Other Interests'  page, but do discuss your abilities and interests when you telephone us to discuss your first-stage plans.
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Planning a safari is an expensive and potentially confusing business which is why we strongly recommend you Telephone us in the UK on 020 8704 1216 or US on 1866 356 4691 to discuss.  If you are unable to phone then please do email us -