Jenman African Safaris is donating $ 5 to the CWF for every traveller who travels on the Botswana Wildlife Breakaway … Read moreDonation Update: Jenman African Safaris raises $ 1590 for the CWF
The green season is the low season for tourism in Southern Africa. It is the time of the annual rains … Read moreWhy the Green Season is the Best Time to Travel
Looking back on a busy and successful season for us at Jenman African Safaris, we thank you for your continuous … Read moreInside Jenman – End of Season Update
Eco-tourism is all about travelling lightly and leaving a positive impact on the places we travel to. It’s also about … Read more5 Lodges That Are Saving the Environment
Jenman African Safaris and the Santa Shoebox Project have joined hands to give children from poor communities Christmas presents this December! … Read moreJenman African Safaris joins the Santa Shoebox Project
It’s been a month of celebrating women and both Women’s Day and Business Women’s Day have rolled by. Why do … Read moreBehind the Scenes: What’s it like working as a woman in tourism?
Zimbabwe, famous for Victoria Falls and Cecil the Lion, is becoming popular for a unique activity: walking safaris. The country, … Read moreThe Best Walking Safaris in Zimbabwe
Jenman African Safaris, in conjunction with the Grow Africa Foundation, is supporting the Conservation & Wildlife Fund (CWF) by donating … Read moreYou’ve just donated 5USD to protect Zimbabwe’s Wildlife
We wouldn’t be the company at Jenman African Safaris without the people who make it happen. If you have ever … Read moreBehind the Scenes: Meet the Jenman team who run the Guided Group tours
One of the best things to do – if you’re sick of visiting coffee shops orshopping centers – is to step … Read moreThe Most Beautiful Hikes in South Africa
The travel industry is constantly evolving, and subsequently, the way travellers choose tours, packages and safaris is constantly changing. We … Read moreHave the 2016 travel predictions been correct, so far?
Namibia is a country like no other. A land of contrasts. It’s rough and arid and dry; a fascinating place … Read moreYour Namibian Bucket List – 10 Must Do Activities
South Africa’s most beautiful city, racking up awards every year, is often the start and end to many holiday trips … Read more4 Things To Do in Central Cape Town
Recently, we started our Instagram account to showcase our exquisite tour and travel photos. Sarah Duff, travel blogger and photographer, … Read moreIn Pictures: Our Top 7 Favourite Instagram Photographers
Why do people travel? Some people travel for a break from the stress of their 9 to 5 routine. Other … Read moreJenman African Safaris – Your Expert in Border Crossing Tours
Safari by game vehicle can be an incredible way to explore the African bush. While this is the most common … Read more7 alternatives to a safari truck holiday
We have just returned from a trip that we had long awaited and it was wonderful. We also added 4 … Read moreSenior Travel: Pack your bag and go somewhere!
Jenman Safaris’ Grow Africa Foundation, together with Rosmead Central Primary School, spent a beautiful day in Scarborough planting trees to … Read moreGrowing Africa: One tree at a time
We’re excited to present you with our new 2017 Jenman African Safaris brochure filled with all our tours for the … Read moreIntroducing the new, the amazing, and the wonderful 2017 Jenman brochure!
There is a well-known saying in Africa that locals and foreigners use to describe the absurd and bizarre things that … Read moreThis is Africa: Why we love this continent’s crazy sense of humour
The ultimate bucket list for travellers visiting Southern Africa is to catch a glimpse of all the members of the … Read moreDid you know South Africa also has a “Little Five”?
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to spend a day on safari? Sandra Jenman opens her diary to our … Read moreA day in the life of a Safari goer
Retired Diana and Cliff Cunningham are visiting South Africa as part of their bucket list. After 9 months of planning, … Read moreSafari guests give back to a Zimbabwean school
The Green Season matches the rainy season when barren, dry and brown landscapes turn into a million varieties of green … Read moreWhat baby animals will you see on safari in the Green Season?
Being a responsible tourist means more than throwing away your trash. As tourism has boomed in Africa over the last … Read more4 tips for the eco-conscious traveller
Travellers who decide to visit the vast plains, mighty mountains and deep forests of Africa to see the Big Five … Read more10 Life Hacks for your Safari Holiday
Covering a distance of 2.574 km, the Zambezi is Africa’s fourth largest river and the largest east-flowing river into the … Read more6 Unmissable Highlights of the Zambezi Valley
Want to experience the world? Just travel to South Africa… South Africa is becoming a popular destination with the weak … Read moreExperience an Entire World in One Country
We have compiled a list of our favourite lodges that makes travelling with your family a fun affair. There are … Read moreOur Favourite Family Friendly Lodges
At 9am on an unusually chilly morning of 19 February, 14 slightly sleepy Jenman staff members, a guide named Todd, … Read moreGrow Africa Hike – A Walk to Remember