The Spirit of Zimbabwe, A Renewed Hope

There is a new spirit in Zimbabwe after the resignation of former president Robert Mugabe last year, and with it comes a renewed vitality to the economy and one of its important sources of revenue, tourism. Travellers and tour operators are increasing their confidence in the country and its diverse travel opportunities. The tourism industry as a whole … Read moreThe Spirit of Zimbabwe, A Renewed Hope

Grow Africa’s Vision and Mission Redefined

Redefined

2017 was a successful year for Grow Africa, our responsible tourism foundation, a year of growth and achieving significant goals. We are proud of our successes and look forwarding to impacting further positive change in the areas our partners Jenman African Safaris and Hideaways operates in. To continue doing so successfully, we decided to redefine our identity … Read moreGrow Africa’s Vision and Mission Redefined

Meet Dexter, One of Jenman African Safaris’ Trusted Guides

Dexter

As part of our series on introducing our wonderful guides to you we would like you to meet Dexter who recently had this glowing praise from a guest: “One of the best parts of the trip was our guide, Dexter. I was VERY LUCKY to have Dexter lead our 10-day trip. He is super knowledgeable … Read moreMeet Dexter, One of Jenman African Safaris’ Trusted Guides

Our Best Guided Group Tours

Our Best Guided Group Tour

Jenman African Safaris offers a range of Guided Group Safaris throughout Southern Africa, East Africa, and Madagascar. These tours with set departures are expertly designed for travellers who want to see the highlights of a country, or in some cases even more than one country, whilst having an exceptional guide provide valuable insight along the way. These … Read moreOur Best Guided Group Tours

Grow Africa Spreads Joy with the Santa Shoebox Project

Santa Shoebox

The festive season is fast approaching and while for many of us in the travel industry that usually means exotic trips or some much needed time off, it’s important to think of the less fortunate as well. When people struggle to make ends meet on a day to day basis, a carefree overseas holiday is … Read moreGrow Africa Spreads Joy with the Santa Shoebox Project

Jenman African Safaris Office Self-Sustainably Saving Water

WATER SAVING

Cape Town is currently experiencing one of the worst droughts in history, inhabitants have been urged to drastically reduce water usage or Day Zero – the day when no water will pour from the taps – will be upon us as soon as May 2018. The city has stipulated that everyone needs to use less … Read moreJenman African Safaris Office Self-Sustainably Saving Water

Discover our Brilliant Botswana Guided Group Tours

Botswana

Botswana is an unspoiled land of breathtaking beauty and varied attractions. Not only is the country known for its impressive wildlife, captivating deserts, and vibrant green grasslands but it is also home to one of the oldest cultures in the world – the San Bushmen. Plus, this African country has a dedicated focus on sustainable … Read moreDiscover our Brilliant Botswana Guided Group Tours

Meet Nkossie, Another One of our Great Jenman Guides

Nkossie

Nkossie Masocha is one of our Jenman guides who consistently gets high praise from guests. He has a passion for guiding and an even more incredible passion for birds. His most distinguishing factors are his extensive knowledge and willingness to go the extra mile for guests, some of whom left the following glowing review: “I … Read moreMeet Nkossie, Another One of our Great Jenman Guides

The Amazing Highlights of our Botswana and Zimbabwe Encounter

Get to know the magnificent attractions and offerings of Botswana and Zimbabwe, intimately. The two countries are excellent partners for providing a full scope of wildlife activities and diverse landscapes in Southern Africa. From the mighty Vic Falls and the massive Kariba Dam in Zimbabwe to the lush Okavango Delta and other worldly Makgadikgadi Pans … Read moreThe Amazing Highlights of our Botswana and Zimbabwe Encounter

Introducing Jabulani our Amazing Botswana Land Cruiser

Landcruiser

Jenman not only runs fantastic safaris throughout Africa but they also customize top of the range safari vehicles. We apply our years of expertise in the safari industry as well as customer feedback to creating impressive innovations for our game drive vehicles. Recently we revamped our Botswana Landcruisers, affectionately known as Jabulani – a Zulu … Read moreIntroducing Jabulani our Amazing Botswana Land Cruiser

Unveiling the Sandpit and Delivering Painted Tyres to Rosmead Primary School

In our last newsletter, we told you about the tyres that the Jenman office painted for the children of Rosmead Primary. Now, we are excited to tell you that the tyres have been delivered to the schoolchildren and the visit coincided with the unveiling of the new sandpit that we built as part of our … Read moreUnveiling the Sandpit and Delivering Painted Tyres to Rosmead Primary School

Itinerary Changes Due to Road Conditions in Namibia

Namibia is a vast country with breathtakingly beautiful destinations scattered throughout. The best way to experience the mostly undiscovered tourist gem is by road, either on an overland safari or self-drive. Namibia has always had a reputation for decent roads, even suitable for self-driving in a basic sedan, travellers who wanted to venture further off the … Read moreItinerary Changes Due to Road Conditions in Namibia

Reasons Why the Southern Experience is a Terrible No Good Very Bad Idea

Jenman African Safaris’ Northern / Southern Experience tour showcases the best of southern Africa, sandwiching all the highlights of Namibia and Botswana between the top tourist destinations of Cape Town and Victoria Falls. Travellers can choose whether they would like to start in Cape Town and end in Victoria Falls, this is the Northern Experience. Or … Read moreReasons Why the Southern Experience is a Terrible No Good Very Bad Idea

Jenman African Safaris and Grow Africa Donate Time and Tyres to Rosmead Primary School

Tyre Painting

Jenman African Safaris, through its Grow Africa Foundation, is involved with Rosmead Primary in Claremont, a government school with limited funding. School fees are only R150 a month due to the parents’ limited incomes and most of the children commute from the townships, which means, unfortunately, the school doesn’t have the budget for extras such … Read moreJenman African Safaris and Grow Africa Donate Time and Tyres to Rosmead Primary School

5 Amazing Little Critters of the Namib Desert and How They Survive

The ancient and vast Namib Desert is the world’s oldest desert and covers an area of 81,000 km². It is an arid desert reaching temperatures of 45°C and receiving as little rainfall as 1.4 cm a year. For anything to survive in these extreme conditions they would need to have adapted cleverly over the millennia. … Read more5 Amazing Little Critters of the Namib Desert and How They Survive

What to Expect on a Visit to the Otjikandero Himba Village

Himba woman

The Himba people are a source of fascination to anyone who has seen the captivating photographs of red clay-covered Himba women with their elaborate hairstyles, decorative copper and iron jewellery, and animal-skin skirts. In a world where modernization is practically the norm it is increasingly rare to see a group of indigenous people adhere to … Read moreWhat to Expect on a Visit to the Otjikandero Himba Village

The Responsible Tourism Partnership Working on a Sustainable Solution in Bwindi, Uganda

Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is biodiversifically rich, but the area that surrounds it is financially poor. Travellers come from all over to the world have an encounter with the Mountain Gorillas that live in the forest. This once in a lifetime trip comes with high conservation fees, however only a small portion of those fees … Read moreThe Responsible Tourism Partnership Working on a Sustainable Solution in Bwindi, Uganda

Gorilla Numbers Increase in the Wild

Wild mountain gorillas are only found in 3 countries in Africa: Rwanda, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), they don’t occur in the wild anywhere else in the world, making them an incredibly rare species. The magnificent apes have been critically endangered due to poaching, deforestation, habitat encroachment and casualties of warfare. However, … Read moreGorilla Numbers Increase in the Wild

What else to see in Uganda: Other animals and scenic highlights

Uganda is known as the destination in Africa to view the rare Mountain Gorilla in the wild. The country is home to over 400 Mountain Gorilla’s, more than half of the worlds’ population of these beautiful animals. However, Uganda is not only for gorilla viewing, but also a fantastic location to experience diverse wildlife and … Read moreWhat else to see in Uganda: Other animals and scenic highlights

Africa’s Most Unique Accommodations and Sleeping Spaces 

The African continent is known as a fantastic location to experience nature at its best. The vast open plains of this spectacular continent provide some of the most beautiful scenery that the world has to offer. Due to Africa’s ever-growing popularity as a tourist destination, there has been tremendous growth in breathtaking accommodation spots around … Read moreAfrica’s Most Unique Accommodations and Sleeping Spaces 

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