The thundering beauty of the Victoria Falls in Zambia and Zimbabwe, the Big 5 of Kruger and Sabi Sand in South Africa, the striking Namibian deserts of Sossusvlei and Kalahari, the ever-changing Botswana’s ecology of the Okavango Delta where the Duba battle between buffalos and lions continue alongside watching huge herds of elephants in Chobe are the finest of the Southern Africa experience.

 

South Africa - The famous Kruger & Sabi Sabi sand and the boulder penguins are found here, this is the country on the southernmost tip of the African continent. In South Africa you have the  chance of visiting, Kruger National Park which  is populated by big game. The Western Cape which offers beaches, lush winelands around Stellenbosch and Paarl, craggy cliffs at the Cape of Good Hope, forest and lagoons along the Garden Route, and the city of Cape Town, beneath flat-topped Table Mountain.

 

Namibia -  Located in the southwest africa its well known for the striking Namibian deserts of Sossusvlei and Kalahari. This is the only place where dunes are mountains. This is best place to watch wildlife, at least in the country's north.is marked as an elite wildlife-watching destinations – big cats, elephants, black rhinos and plains game in abundance.  Damaraland is a wonderful place to see desert-adapted elephants and lions, and also happens to host Africa's largest population of free-ranging rhinos – rhino tracking is a real highlight here. 

 

Botswana - A land locked country. In Botswana experience the remarkable beauty of the world’s largest intact inland Delta – the Okavango; the world’s second largest game reserve – the Central Kalahari Game Reserve; the isolation and other-worldliness of the Makgadikgadi – uninhabited pans the size of Portugal; and the astoundingly prolific wildlife of the Chobe National Park this the last stronghold for a number of endangered bird and mammal species.

 

Zambia - Also a landlocked country bordering zimbabwe, its commonly regarded as one of the most beautiful, friendly, diverse and unspoilt countries on the entire African continent. Aside from the majestic Victoria Falls which is indigineously called Mosi - o - Tunya meaning smoke that thunders & not forgetting  to mention the famous Zambezi River its blessed with awe-inspiring natural wonders, an abundance of wildlife, huge water bodies and vast open spaces offering  unforgettable experiences.

 

Zimbabwe -  is distinctive in Africa for its large number of medieval era city ruins built in a unique dry stone style. Possibly the most famous of these are the Great Zimbabwe ruins in Masvingo which survive from the Kingdom of Zimbabwe era. Other ruins include Khami Ruins, Zimbabwe, Dhlo-Dhlo and Naletale. it also boasts several tourist attractions, located in almost every region of the country starting with the Victoria falls national park being one of the 8 national parks with Hangwe being the larget of all.

 

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Classic Madikwe Safari - Tour

Classic Madikwe Safari

  • South Africa
  • 4 Nights 5 Days
Starting from $ 2,975

The 76,000 hectare Madikwe Game Reserve is one of South  Africa’s biggest wildlife sanctuaries and is home to the Big 5 and  over 340 bird species. It is especially famous for its packs of  African Wild Dog – and it is malaria-free. It is about 4 hours by  road from Johannesburg. Madikwe is situated in the transition region between two vegetation types: Lowveld bushveld and  Kalahari thornveld. As a result, the region is able to host to an  incredible diversity of species.     

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South Luangwa National Park - Flatdogs Camp - Tour

South Luangwa National Park - Flatdogs Camp

  • 6 Nights 7 Days
Starting from $ 3,125

For wildlife, and wildlife-lovers, it does not get any better than Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park. With its verdant floodplains rustling with huge herds of game, mopane woodlands and indigenous hardwood forests filled with over 400 species of birds, and a mighty river that attracts thirsty animals like a magnet, it is one of Africa’s truly great wildlife sanctuaries. Over 60 different species of mammal call the South Luangwa National Park their home, drawn by the diverse range of habitats from sandy seasonal river courses to the mineral-rich alluvial floodplains that stretch out to distant blue hills. Predators such as lion, leopard, and wild dog stalk the smaller game, whilst primates such as yellow baboons and vervet monkeys swing through the trees. The Park is well-known for its huge herds of elephant and buffalo, along with its large population of leopard. The Luangwa Valley has one of the highest concentrations of hippos in Africa, estimated to be at least 50 per kilometre of river. The Luangwa Valley also boasts two endemic species: Thornicroft’s Giraffe and Cookson’s Wildebeest. Crawshay’s Zebra, with its unique evenly spaced stripes, is also a local resident. Walking safaris were pioneered in the South Luangwa National Park and are still one of the best ways of experiencing the African wilderness. There are many Bush Camps in the Park, and it is possible to walk between them, accompanied by an armed ranger

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Essential Kruger Safari - Tour

Essential Kruger Safari

  • 5 Nights 6 Days
Starting from $ 3,450

The Greater Kruger National Park is South Africa's premier safari destination: it's the largest wildlife conservancy in Africa, set in one of the most accessible yet unspoilt wilderness areas in South Africa.

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South Luangwa National Park - Shawa Luangwa Camp - Tour

South Luangwa National Park - Shawa Luangwa Camp

  • 5 Nights 6 Days
Starting from $ 3,850

For wildlife, and wildlife-lovers, it does not get any better than Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park. With its verdant floodplains rustling with huge herds of game, mopane woodlands and indigenous hardwood forests filled with over 400 species of birds, and a mighty river that attracts thirsty animals like a magnet, it is one of Africa’s truly great wildlife sanctuaries. Over 60 different species of mammal call the South Luangwa National Park their home, drawn by the diverse range of habitats from sandy seasonal river courses to the mineral-rich alluvial floodplains that stretch out to distant blue hills. Predators such as lion, leopard, and wild dog stalk the smaller game, whilst primates such as yellow baboons and vervet monkeys swing through the trees. The Park is well-known for its huge herds of elephant and buffalo, along with its large population of leopard. The Luangwa Valley has one of the highest concentrations of hippos in Africa, estimated to be at least 50 per kilometre of river. The Luangwa Valley also boasts two endemic species: Thornicroft’s Giraffe and Cookson’s Wildebeest. Crawshay’s Zebra, with its unique evenly spaced stripes, is also a local resident. Walking safaris were pioneered in the South Luangwa National Park and are still one of the best ways of experiencing the African wilderness. There are many Bush Camps in the Park, and it is possible to walk between them, accompanied by an armed ranger

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South Luangwa National Park - Kafunta River Lodge - Tour

South Luangwa National Park - Kafunta River Lodge

  • 5 - 8 Nights
Starting from $ 3,880

For wildlife, and wildlife-lovers, it does not get any better than Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park. With its verdant floodplains rustling with huge herds of game, mopane woodlands and indigenous hardwood forests filled with over 400 species of birds, and a mighty river that attracts thirsty animals like a magnet, it is one of Africa’s truly great wildlife sanctuaries. Over 60 different species of mammal call the South Luangwa National Park their home, drawn by the diverse range of habitats from sandy seasonal river courses to the mineral-rich alluvial floodplains that stretch out to distant blue hills. Predators such as lion, leopard, and wild dog stalk the smaller game, whilst primates such as yellow baboons and vervet monkeys swing through the trees. The Park is well-known for its huge herds of elephant and buffalo, along with its large population of leopard. The Luangwa Valley has one of the highest concentrations of hippos in Africa, estimated to be at least 50 per kilometre of river. The Luangwa Valley also boasts two endemic species: Thornicroft’s Giraffe and Cookson’s Wildebeest. Crawshay’s Zebra, with its unique evenly spaced stripes, is also a local resident. Walking safaris were pioneered in the South Luangwa National Park and are still one of the best ways of experiencing the African wilderness. There are many Bush Camps in the Park, and it is possible to walk between them, accompanied by an armed ranger This 5- or 8-nights Bush Experience package offers a unique opportunity to combine the central location of Kafunta River Lodge with the remoteness of our bush camps: Island Bush Camp, an authentic rustic bush camp and/or Three Rivers Camp, a sophisticated tented camp with a unique sleep out option. 5- Night Itinerary: 3 nights at Kafunta River Lodge; 2 nights at Island OR Three Rivers Camp 8-Night Itinerary: 3 nights at Kafunta River Lodge; 1 night at Island Bush Camp; 2 nights at Three Rivers Camp; 2 nights at Kafunta River Lodge prior to Departure. The first days are spent at Kafunta River Lodge, which offers the opportunity to discover the game rich Mfuwe area. Game viewing activities at Kafunta River Lodge include game drives in open vehicles along with unique night drives which offer the opportunity to view nocturnal animals. The central location of Kafunta River Lodge allows us to explore vast areas of South Luangwa National Park. While at the lodge, you can relax on the privacy of your viewing deck, or by taking a swim in the infinity pool while keeping an eye on the elephants drinking at the waterhole. A 2 1/2-hour drive from Kafunta River Lodge, heading south through remote wilderness, will take you to one of our bush camps. Three Rivers Camp is ideally located between the Luangwa River and a wildlife-rich lagoon. The camp features 5 sumptuous tents decorated in earthy tones, each with a private viewing deck and separate plaZorm where you can choose to sleep out at night. The en-suite bathroom offers the choice of an indoor or outdoor shower. Island Bush Camp offers rustic open-sided huts built on stilts that ensure safety from wild animals while providing an unlimited view of the Luangwa River. Each of the 5 chalets has its own en-suite bathroom, with running water, flushing toilets and hot bucket showers. The camp is perfect for walking safaris. Returning to Kafunta River Lodge, you spend the last part of your safari in the comfort of the lodge where you are able to participate in more game drives.

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Essential Kruger Safari & Cape Town - Tour

Essential Kruger Safari & Cape Town

  • 8 Nights 9 Days
Starting from $ 3,950

This safari starts with  Kruger – Sabi Sands Game Reserve - Forming part of the Greater Kruger National Park.The Sabi Sand Reserve is a remarkable natural sanctuary known for its exceptionally high concentration of animal and bird life. Close contact encounters are guaranteed. You will then visit Timbavati Game Reserve where you will track the Big Five, as well as a rich variety of other game such as antelope, zebra, warthog, giraffe and hippo, in the company of an armed ranger and local Shangaan tracker. You will finish with Cape Town - Enjoy a variety excursions of choice.                             

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Cape Town - The Garden Route - Eastern Cape Safari - Tour

Cape Town - The Garden Route - Eastern Cape Safari

  • 13 Nights 14 Days
Starting from $ 4,055

This 14 Days Cape Town - Garden Route & Eastern Cape safari takes you through below places. Cape Town, Mother City of Africa, and the Western Cape, an area which is regarded as  one of the most beautiful regions in the world. The City is a rare cultural gem, resulting from the  amalgamation of Indonesian, French, Dutch, British and German settlers, the local Bushman and  Hottentot tribes and the Bantu tribes from the north. The 36 000 hectares of De Hoop conservation area is a World Heritage Site comprising rich  biodiversity and by over 70 kilometres of pristine coastline. A 19 km vlei (wetland) stretches across  the reserve, which is on the Ramsar list of Wetlands of  International Importance.  Knysna is the perfect base for exploring the Garden Route. Set on the shores of the beautiful  Knysna lagoon and surrounded by the Knysna Forest, which form part of the Garden Route National  Park, Knysna is blessed with great scenic beauty. This quaint seaside town is brimming with quirky  arty-crafty shops and markets.  The Tsitsikamma’s spectacular scenery includes the Indian  Ocean breakers, pounding rocky shores beneath 180 m high  cliffs, evergreen forests and fynbos (proteas and heath) rolling  down to the sea in a lush carpet where ancient rivers have  carved their path to the ocean through rocky ravines.  Tsitsikamma National Park protects a wonderland of inter-tidal  and marine life.  Lalibela Game Reserve is a 7,500 hectare Big Five game reserve in the heart of Eastern Cape game  country. Lalibela brings you the charm of authentic Africa and is a perfect blend of the formal and  informal  

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Classic Namibia Self- Drive - Tour

Classic Namibia Self- Drive

  • Namibia
  • 9 Nights 10 Days
Starting from $ 4,195

This classic Namibia safari start from Johannesburg/Windhoek where you will be assisted in getting a car for the trip. Then start your self drive visiting Windhoek - Capital of Namibia and a city built at the site of a permanent hot spring known to the indigenous pastoral communities, Soussusvlei - Home of the highest dune in the world(Dune 7), Swakopmund - biggest Namibian coastal town, visit  central highlands stunning area of wilderness and finish with Etosha National park where you will enjoy views of the Big 5 during game drives.

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Classic Namibia Guided safari - Tour

Classic Namibia Guided safari

  • Namibia
  • 9 Nights 10 Days
Starting from $ 5,010

This classic Namibia safari start from Johannesburg/Windhoek where you will be assisted in getting a car for the trip. with your guide you will visit Windhoek - Capital of Namibia and a city built at the site of a permanent hot spring known to the indigenous pastoral communities, Soussusvlei - Home of the highest dune in the world(Dune 7), Swakopmund - biggest Namibian coastal town, visit  central highlands stunning area of wilderness and finish with Etosha National park where you will enjoy views of the Big 5 during game drives.              

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The Secret of Zambia - Lusaka & Kafue National Park - Tour

The Secret of Zambia - Lusaka & Kafue National Park

  • 7 Nights 8 Days
Starting from $ 5,075

Day 01 | Arrival in Lusaka, Zambia Welcome to Zambia! On arrival at Lusaka’s Kenneth Kaunda International Airport, Zambia, you are met by our representative as you exit the arrivals terminal. Our representative will meet you and transfer you by road to your Lodge located on a game farm on the outskirts of Lusaka. (Road Transfer Time: approx. 1 hour) Arriving at Lilayi Lodge, you are met with a refreshing welcome beverage before you are briefed and assisted to your Deluxe Room for your overnight stay. Enjoy time at leisure or explore the activities available on the Game Farm. These include game drives, horse back or walking safaris and culinary experiences. All roads lead to Lusaka, the geographic, commercial and metaphorical heart of Zambia. Zambia’s contemporary culture is a blend of values, norms, material and spiritual traditions of more than 70 ethnically diverse people. Most of the tribes of Zambia moved into the area in a series of migratory waves a few centuries ago. Before the colonial period, the region now known as Zambia was the home of several free states. Each having comprehensive economic links with each other and the outside world along trade  routes  to  the  east  and  west  coast  of  Africa.  The  main  export was copper, in exchange for textiles, jewellery, salt and hardware. Accommodation – Lilayi Lodge Day 02 | Lusaka to Kafue National Park – Kafue Riverfront This morning is an early one as you may decide to enjoy breakfast before enjoying a “Behind the Scenes” Tour at the Lilayi Elephant Nursery. The “BTS” Tour allows you to see how these baby Elephants are raised with first-hand experience. Assist the elephant keepers with getting the milk ready for these beautiful animals as well as how they are released when they are ready to go back into the wild! NOTE: Tour costs/donation required US$ 100 Per Person (To be Pre-Booked) In the mid-morning, you are met by your driver and transferred by road in a western direction to your Luxury Safari Lodge located along the Kafue River in the Kafue National Park. Enjoy a scenic drive from Lusaka, reaching your Lodge in the late afternoon. (Road Transfer Time: approx. 3 ½ hours) On arrival at your Lodge, you are met at reception and assisted to your Luxury Tented Suite for your 3-night stay. Depending on your arrival time, you may decide to enjoy time at leisure or enjoy one of the afternoon game activities before enjoying a traditional African Dinner under the stars! Kafue National Park was established in the 1950s by the legendary Norman Carr but despite its size, diversity and wealth of game, the park remains largely unexplored. Kafue National Park is 22,400 square kilometres of pristine African bush. This unexplored gem of a park is enticing for its incredible diversity of wildlife and its sheer quantity of big game. From the remote northern seasonal Busanga floodplain formed of open grassland dotted with wild date palm, sausage and fig tree 'islands', through central miombo woodland and along the banks of the mighty Kafue River to the more sandy southern plains the Kafue represents an incredible collection of diverse habitats. Days 02 to 05 | Kafue National Park – Kafue Riverfront Included Activities| Daily Safari Programme at Ila Safari Lodge Ila Safari Lodge offers a wide variety of activities, to make sure you’ll get to experience the pristine wilderness of the Kafue National Park at its best and learn about the conservation programmes. Activities include Game drives in Kafue National Park and boat cruises down the river. The Game Drives and River Cruises are excellent ways to see the abundant local wildlife, and you will have a good chance of seeing lions, leopards, elephants, hippos, and a range of other species. Ila Lodge takes great pride in their Eco-Lodge. Some of the vehicles at Ila Lodge are Eco friendly and run on electricity! This vehicle allows you to experience all the sights and sounds of the bush in near silence and with a sense of environmental care. The eLandy is kept close to camp and operates in the Game Management Area for short drives or the relatively common 'dinner table dash' to investigate what that sound in the night was or how close those lion calls are! Regular sightings include lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, a wide range of antelopes including roan, sable and zebra, hippo, crocodile, warthog, genet, jackal, mongoose, every entertaining baboons and monkeys and a myriad of species of bird. The rarer species are also on the cards including wild dog, cheetah, honey badger, civet, serval, bushpig, porcupine and bushbaby. Besides the game drives, you can enjoy a boat cruise at either dawn or dusk along the Kafue River or a waling safari with on the specialist walking guides. The walking safari will take you on an exciting walk using footprints and spoor tracks to find the animals. Other activities include fishing, a visit to Ila Community and star gazing. Accommodation – Ila Safari Lodge Day 05 | Kafue National Park – Kafue Riverfront to the Busanga Plains Depart on your final morning game drive in the Central Kafue National Park before you are treated to Brunch overlooking the Great Wilderness and Kafue River. You are met at reception by your guide for your road transfer through the National Park to your Camp in the Northern Kafue National Park. (Road Transfer Time: approx. 5 hours) Your Road Transfer between the two properties will be an exciting one as you venture through the Kafue National Park in search of various wildlife. Enjoy an additional game drive as you are transferred through this natural nirvana. On arrival at your Camp, you are met and assisted to your “Nest” for your 3-night stay. The afternoon is at leisure or you may decide to enjoy a afternoon game drive through the Northern Kafue National Park. Secluded and special, the Busanga Plains can be found in the north of Kafue National Park, one of the continent’s largest protected spaces. If it’s raw nature, off-the-beaten-track and authentic that you want out of a trip to Africa, this region delivers. It is probably best suited to second or third-time-to -Africa travellers who have already been to the Kruger and/or Botswana. The plains are positioned on an ancient lakebed which undergoes regular flooding during Zambia’s rainy season. During dry spells, the plains are reminiscent of the savannah of the Serengeti plains, distinct from the miombo woodlands which characterise most of Kafue National Park. With an abundance of puku, wildebeest, oribi, bushbuck, red lechwe, sable and roan antelope, Kafue National Park is one of Zambia’s prime game-viewing locations. Days 05 to 08 | Kafue National Park – Busanga Plains Included Activities| Daily Safari Programme at Chisa Busanga Camp At Chisa Busanga Camp, you can expect thrilling game-drives and walking safaris. Keeping with the Green Safaris philosophy, the camp features an electric game-drive vehicle, to enable silent safaris, experience even more game and enjoy the sounds of the bush, without the constant rumble of a diesel-engine. Enjoy sunrise and sunset game drives through the The Busanga Plains, a vast open grassland. The plains contrast with Zambia's usual bush terrain which makes this area of the Kafue National Park a unique and exciting area. Exploring the plains by foot is a unique opportunity as you experience the African Bush as explores would. Another exciting activity on offer is a exploring the plains with a e-bike! Cycle through the plains on Chisa Busanga’s very own electronic bicycles. The activities on offer at this Camp will allow you to experience the Plains and this unique Camp the way it should be, with exciting, eco-friendly and memorable game viewing activities. The grasslands of Busanga Plains attract a variety of animals, most notably herds of zebra and blue wildebeest. The other large predators found here are cheetah and wild dog. The Busanga Plains certainly offer visitors their best chance of seeing cheetah in Zambia. Similarly, northern Kafue is one of the strongholds for wild dogs in the region, and they're seen here fairly commonly. Accommodation – Chisa Busanga Camp Day 08 | Kafue National Park & Departure Today we bid you farewell! This morning you bid farewell to this African Wonderful as you enjoy breakfast overlooking the Plains. You are transferred by road to the Busanga Airstrip for your Light Aircraft Transfer to Lusaka and Kenneth Kaunda International Airport. (Light Aircraft Transfer Time: approx. 2 hours) Upon arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport, you make your way through the International Departures Terminal for your International Flight Home. Wishing you a safe journey Home!

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Victoria Falls - Essential Kruger Safari - Cape Town - Tour

Victoria Falls - Essential Kruger Safari - Cape Town

  • 12 Nights 13 Days
Starting from $ 5,335

This Safari takes you to Victoria Falls where you will enjoy a guided view of the Falls & Take a Sunset Cruise on the Ra-Ikane , Then you will visit The Kruger - with amazing game drives at the Sabi Sands Game Reserve & the Timbavati Game Reserve and finish with Cape Town where you will have a Private Full Day Cape Peninsula Tour.

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Classic Botswana - Victoria Falls - Tour

Classic Botswana - Victoria Falls

  • Botswana
  • 8 Nights 9 Days
Starting from $ 6,410

This classic Botswana safari takes you to the Okavango Delta - one of the world's largest inland deltas, Chobe  National Park - Botswana first national park and the best destination for wild life viewing & The Victoria Falls Zambia - One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and the major waterfall on the Zambezi River in Africa. It is famous for being the largest waterfall in the world, in the wet season.

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