Attractions

People Outside the church

Addis Ababa

The city’s Ethnographic Museum is an ideal place to start learning about Ethiopia’s rich ethnic diversity. It has an impressive array of religious crosses, triptychs and murals, as well as Haile Selassies’s bedroom and bathroom. The National Museum is much smaller, but it does have the fossils of the 3.5-million-year-old ‘Lucy’, perhaps our earliest ancestor. … Read moreAddis Ababa

Addo Elephant Park

During a South African safari with us, a visit to the Addo Elephant National Park is not only a visit to what’s become a fantastic conservational project, but also a beautiful area of the country. We’ll be able to take you on drives in the Park that will bring you into the presence of some … Read moreAddo Elephant Park

Amboseli National Park

Many Kenya safaris include Amboseli National Park as a highlight because it’s a beautiful area and the views of Mount Kilimanjaro (Tanzania) in the distance are breathtaking. The wildlife variety is also impressive and the cultural interactions are very special… The most attractive aspect of Amboseli is its distinctive terrain – dry lake beds amongst … Read moreAmboseli National Park

Andasibe National Park

Topographically, the area is characterised by low hills covered by a degraded forest and dotted with a few small, attractive lakes. The best time to visit this area for a stunning Madagascar vacation is from September to January, and in May.

Antananarivo

Antananarivo is a city for walking. Some of the most interesting places and views will be chanced upon during leisurely walks – that may climb haphazardly over the hills. Tana is truly a lovely Madagascar vacation destination and spending a few days there will be a great experience!

Aquila Safaris

The Game Reserve is named after the black eagle that inhabits the area, one characteristic that makes it a delight for enthusiastic bird watchers. Covering a massive 4500-hectares of lush Southern Karoo vegetation, the Game Reserve has proved an optimal habitat for relocated and rehabilitated animals. The Reserve also has a cheetah and separate lion … Read moreAquila Safaris

Arusha National Park

Arusha National Park

The three distinct and spectacular features of the Arusha National Park include the Momela lakes, the Meru Crater, and the Ngurdoto Crater. Both, Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru, can be seen from most places in the Arusha region provided that the weather is clear. The vegetation in Arusha is correlated to the altitude and geology … Read moreArusha National Park

Blue Nil Falls

Bahar Dar

Lake Tana is scattered with islands, many of which are home to monasteries. Some of these monasteries were built as long ago as the 11th century, and most were built before the 16th century. The most popular monasteries are Ura Kidene Meret, Kebran Gabriel (not open to women) and Debre Maryam. Known locally as Tis … Read moreBahar Dar

Baia Dos Tigres

The Ilha dos Tigres of Angola is the only sandy island off the coast of the 2 000km-long Namib Desert and it remains the least known coastal wetland on a desert coast rich in shorebirds. Two surveys of the Baia dos Tigres region in 1999 and 2001 indicated a rich wetland bird diversity consisting of … Read moreBaia Dos Tigres

Baines Baobabs

The Nxai Pan National Park has recognized the importance of the Baines Baobabs, and efforts are in place to ensure the protection of these trees in the future. The Baines Baobab trees derive their name from Thomas Baines (who was a member of the Livingstone Expedition); he painted a group of Baobab trees that became … Read moreBaines Baobabs

Botswana Animals

Botswana is an important safari destination in Southern Africa, as tourism income supports efforts in ecological sustainability and nature conservation.  While on safari with Jenman, we offer several excellent conservation projects (National Parks) which we visit on most of our Botswana Safaris; visiting these projects and paying an entrance fee is one way to positively … Read moreBotswana Animals

Brandberg

Brandberg derives its name from both the Afrikaans and the German languages, meaning ‘Fire Mountain’ in both languages. This directly translates the sheer magnitude and impressiveness of this massive mountain, located in the north-western part of the Namib Desert. The Damara people named the Brandberg Mountain ‘Daures’ which means ‘burning mountain’ and the Herero people … Read moreBrandberg

Bufallo Springs landscape

Buffalo Springs

This protected reserve was opened to visitors in 1985 and covers a massive area of 131km2. The Buffalo Springs Reserve was established to protect the wildlife found in the area. A lot of wildlife is found on the banks of the Eswasgo Ngiro River. Animals found within the Buffalo Springs reserve include; buffalo, cheetah, eland, … Read moreBuffalo Springs

Bulawayo

The Bulawayo area has been populated since prehistoric times. The San (Bushman) people created their unique rock art in the caves of the Matobo Hills, the Rozvi kings built a stone city at Khami and the Ndebele nation gave the city its name. The city of Bulawayo was founded by the Ndebele king, uMzilikazi kaMatshobana … Read moreBulawayo

Bvumba Mountains

Referred to as the “Mountains of the Mist” (Bvumba is the Shona name for “mist”) the Bvumba Mountains are often covered in mist in the early morning which tends to clear by mid-morning. Located at a climb of 609 meters above sea level, the Bvumba Mountains rise to Castle Beacon at 1911 meters. Climbers of … Read moreBvumba Mountains

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Visitors can also see chimpanzee, monkeys, elephants, small antelope, as well over 360 bird species and over 200 butterfly species. This area contains 23 bird species that are restricted to the Albertine Rift, which cannot be seen in any other part of East Africa!

Cango Caves South Africa

We like to take our South African safari groups to the Cango Caves because of the mysterious and interesting environment they create for visitors. There are two types of tours offered to explore the Caves: adventure tours and standard tours. The adventure tour is for the more daring traveller who wishes to delve into the … Read moreCango Caves South Africa

CapePoint

Cape Point

A South African safari with us that includes a trip to the Cape of Good Hope makes for time spent in the company of majestic sea-cliffs as well as breath-taking beaches and magical views. The name Cape of Good Hope was used to represent the Cape Colony that was established in 1652, but nowadays is … Read moreCape Point

Cape Town

Cape Town was originally developed by the Dutch East India Ships en-route to Eastern Africa and the Far East. The first official recording of the Cape was in 1652 when Jan van Riebeeck established the first European settlement here – although prior to that, there was a reference by Vasco de Gama who apparently ‘sighted’ … Read moreCape Town

Cape Winelands

With green rolling hills covered in vines, and grand old manor houses, the Cape Winelands produce international and award-winning wines annually, making it one of the most popular highlights in South Africa. Divided into six regions (Constantia, Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Paarl, Robertson and Wellington) the ‘heart of the Winelands’ is a term commonly used to refer … Read moreCape Winelands

Caprivi Strip

The Caprivi Strip is completely different from any other part of Namibia, and a safari to this region is the perfect experience to find out why! It boasts an abundance of river life, and provides ample opportunity for a truly unique Namibia safari experience on the banks of the many areas that traverse the region! … Read moreCaprivi Strip

Cederberg

One of the main highlights of including the Cederberg in your South African safari is its amazing collection of San Rock Art, scattered amongst the caves and overhangs of the mountain range. Dating back to between 300 and 600 years, you’ll be able to view some popular pieces and be encouraged to embark on an … Read moreCederberg

Chimanimani

Chimanimani Mountain

The Chimanimani Mountains are composed mostly of sandstone, but it is distinguished by its huge volcanic peaks. These peaks stretch for fifty kilometres, and the main plateau reaches a height of 2,440m, dropping to 320m in deep gorges and river valleys. The mountains are only accessible through a series of footpaths, and although the park … Read moreChimanimani Mountain

Chinhoyi Caves

The Chinhoyi Caves are named after a local chief who used them as a refuge from Ndebele raiders. Until a few years ago the remains of Chief Chinhoyi’s grain bins could be seen in some of the underground passages. Excavations in and near the caves have revealed that people have stayed in and near the … Read moreChinhoyi Caves

Chizarira Area

Travellers who seek wilderness and solitude will love Chizarira; there are few visitors, no tarred roads, no accommodation (other than basic campsites) but amazing views, good wildlife and incredible birdlife. Nearly 400 bird species have been recorded within the Chizarira National Park. The Big Five birds of the area include: the African Broadbill, Livingstone’s Flycatcher, … Read moreChizarira Area

Chobe National Park

Taking a safari in Chobe National Park is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, but many of our guests return again to re-live the sights and sounds of this magical part of the world.  Chobe National Park is well known for the beautiful Savuti region, a definite highlight on our safari in Botswana.  On our Chobe National Park … Read moreChobe National Park

Chumbe and Mafia Island

Chumbe Island is located off the main island of Zanzibar and is easily accessible from Zanzibar. Chumbe is a privately owned island and is well-known for its amazing coral reef. In 1994 it was declared the ‘Chumbe Island Coral Park’ to ensure the protection of its amazing and colourful coral. The Chumbe Island Coral Park … Read moreChumbe and Mafia Island

Cunene

The Capital of Cunene is Ondjiva and has a population of 20 000 inhabitants. The native people of Cunene belong to the AmbÓ group – they descend from the Koysan people and are divided into a number of different tribes. Most of the people live in a rural environment. They mainly farm wheat, maize, sugarcane, … Read moreCunene

Damaraland

Bordered by Windhoek, the Kalahari Desert, the Namib Desert and Ovamboland, Damaraland is a unique Namibian attraction to witness whilst on safari with Jenman. It contains some of the most scenic areas in the country, and a Namibian safari to Damaraland will brings tourists into the company of desert elephants, black rhinos, ostriches and springbok. … Read moreDamaraland

Two Cheetah's posing in Dar Es Salaam

Dar Es Salaam

Dar es Salaam is a significant hub in Tanzania, with a population of 2.8 million. This former capital city started as a fishing village in the mid-19th century, when the Sultan of Zanzibar got the urge to turn a creek (which is now a harbour) into a safe port and trading centre… Now Dar es … Read moreDar Es Salaam

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