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Katavi National Park

The Katavi National Park includes the Katuma River, Lake Katavi and the Lake Chada floodplains… all are fascinating and diverse parts of Katavi. One of the nice aspects of visiting Katavi is that you can actually stay in permanent tented camps within the National Park! Katavi, about 35 km south-west of Mpanda, is one of … Read moreKatavi National Park

Gombe Stream National Park

With an area of only 52 km2, Gombe Stream is Tanzania’s smallest national park. Gombe is characterised by vast forest vegetation as well as steep valleys. For those interested in primates, Gombe is a fascinating place – it is the site of the world’s longest-running study of any wild animal population i The conservation fee … Read moreGombe Stream National Park

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

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

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

Malolotja Nature Reserve

The wide variety of flora and fauna includes many tree species, such as yellowwoods, stinkwoods and the tall forest fever tree (Anthocleista grandiflora). In addition, there are several species of amaryllids, orchids and lilies, as well as; six species of proteas and two species of cycads (Encephalartos paucidentatus and E. laevifolius). You may also see … Read moreMalolotja Nature Reserve

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Hlane National Reserve

Hlane (meaning “wilderness” in siSwati) is Swaziland’s royal reserve. It belongs to the king – who holds it in trust for the nation – and keeps part of the land as a royal “Butimba” hunting reserve. Hlane features 2 small camps and 200km of game viewing roads weaving through ancient trees, some of which are … Read moreHlane National Reserve

Zululand

Historically Zululand was filled with different tribes and clans – all unique in their own right. In 1816 the Zulu throne was handed over to Shaka Zulu who went on to conquer all of the neighbouring clans… This brought the Zulu tribe into power for this South African Region. The Zulu tribe then went on … Read moreZululand

Wild Coast South Africa

Extending all the way from the Mtamvuna River to the Great Kei River, it boasts an untamed and undeveloped wilderness paradise for travellers to explore on a South African safari. The Wild Coast is typified by rocky cliffs, secluded beaches, lush hills, river valleys and amazing coastlines. Its fertile land is well known for different … Read moreWild Coast South Africa

West Coast South Africa

Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, the Park is over 27 500-hectares and runs from Yzerfontein to the Langebaan lagoon. With the West Coast flowers in bloom between August and October, it’s a firm favourite of travellers wishing to see the blankets of flowers in vibrant colours. The main towns in the region are Saldanha Bay, … Read moreWest Coast South Africa

Valley of a 1000 Hills

With a variety of welcoming lodges, unique tea gardens and sociable pubs, you will be sure to find more than enough to do as you pass through the Valley of a 1000 Hills. The Choo Choo Steam Train provides a tour from Kloof Station to Cato Ridge, while the Heritage Theatre allows you to wine … Read moreValley of a 1000 Hills

Cape Town

V&A Waterfront

During a South Africa safari with us, the V&A can be included as a highlight for lovers of everything from working docks to luxury cruises. No matter what you’re looking for, the V&A is sure to have it! While spending time at the Waterfront during your South African safari, you’ll be able to divide your … Read moreV&A Waterfront

Ukhahlamba Drakensberg Park

The Ukhahlamba Drakensberg Park was declared a natural and a historical World Heritage site by UNESCO in 2000 and is also featured on the list of ‘Wetlands of International Importance’, under the Ramsar Convention. The Ukhahlamba Drakensberg Park includes; amazing sandstone cliffs, descending waterfalls, flowing valleys, unspoiled forests and crystal clear rivers making their way … Read moreUkhahlamba Drakensberg Park

Tsitsikamma

Named after the Khoisan phrase that means “place of abundant water”, Tsitsikamma is renowned for its stunning coastline, dramatic rivers and indigenous forest. Proclaimed in 1964 as the first marine national park in Africa, Tsitsikamma offers a variety of activities to enjoy while on a South African safari. These activities include sailing, scuba diving, surfing, … Read moreTsitsikamma

The Karoo

The Karoo is a must-see for interested travellers and historian, due to its part in the Anglo-Boer War in the early 19th Century, and the chance travellers are given to trace the ancient battle paths of yesteryear. For nature-lovers, it’s a unique South African safari highlight, as the Karoo is home to many reptiles, insects, … Read moreThe Karoo

Garden Route

Along the Garden Route, travellers on South African safari can choose from the 10 nature reserves that are dotted along the route. The Garden Route is also known as the best “road trip” route to see the Southern Right Whales, with whale watching ranking as a popular activity among locals and tourists alike! The four … Read moreGarden Route

The Battlefields

Along the battlefields you can see memorials, small graveyards and lone forts. They air a mysterious atmosphere and ambience – some travellers feel that it’s a peaceful part of land while others find it dark and troubling… Today the battlefields portray the struggle over the land and the battles of the past of the Zulus … Read moreThe Battlefields

Table Mountain Safaris

The highest part of the mountain is called Maclear’s Beacon, which sit 1086 metres above sea level and is a stone tower that was built for a trigonometrically survey in 1863. From here, you’re granted panoramic views of the city centre, Lion’s Head, Robben Island, Table Bay and other fantastic Cape Town highlights. South African … Read moreTable Mountain Safaris

Sun City

With artificial waves, a world-class golf course and the chance to view the Big Five on safari in the Pilanesburg National Park nearby, there’s something for everyone at this luxurious resort. Sun City was officially opened in 1979 after its development by business tycoon Sol Kerzner. The area surrounding it was declared an independent state … Read moreSun City

Soweto

Soweto Township

Regarded as one of the most metropolitan townships in South Africa, it is home to a huge black population, who have created a vibrant and positive atmosphere despite the fact that most of the people who live here are underprivileged and live in homes made from tin, brick, wood and any other material that can … Read moreSoweto Township

Robben Island Tour

When visiting the Island, you will be able to go on a tour around the Robben Island Museum, where you will be able to learn about Nelson Mandela’s time there, allowing you to actually visit the cell in which he spent his time on the island, and the history of South Africa. Measuring 1.9-kilometres wide … Read moreRobben Island Tour

Pilanesberg National Park

Covering 55 000-hecatres, the Pilanesberg National Park combines the dry Kalahari and the wetter Lowveld vegetation. Lake Mankwe sits at the heart of the Park and reflects the whole beauty of Pilanesberg Park, offering amazing and unique scenery for travellers on a South African safari with us. The Park provides habitats for a huge amount … Read morePilanesberg National Park

Overberg

With all of that said, the Overberg is truly a spectacular attraction for travellers on a South African safari with us. Commonly known for its grain farming, the Overberg also contains the Elgin Fruit Valley – the second largest fruit supplier in South Africa. When it comes to exploring the Overberg on a South African … Read moreOverberg

Madikwe Game Reserve

Extending all the way from the North West Province to the Botswana Border, it covers a massive 750-kmlometres-squared, which means it is more than capable of providing ample ground for an amazing safari experience. The Madikwe Game Reserve is home to many creatures besides the Big Five, including countless species of antelope and 350 different … Read moreMadikwe Game Reserve

KwaZulu Natal

KwaZulu-Natal is divided into 3 different regions; the lowland, the central and the coastal region. The lowlands include the coastline of the Indian Ocean and the coastal region boasts steep ravines, subtropical thickets and an amazing Afromontane forest. The central region is known as the ‘Natal Midlands’ and includes the Drakensberg Mountains in the west … Read moreKwaZulu Natal

Kruger National Park

There are eight main gates in the Kruger National Park, and the Park itself is home to six ecosystems, 517 different bird species and the world-renowned Big Five. A study conducted into 2009 revealed that the Park hosts up to 1 500 lions, 11 600 elephants, 27 000 buffalos, 1 000 leopards and 350 black … Read moreKruger National Park

Knysna

Thought to have been developed in 1796 when George Rex landed in the Cape, Knysna was originally used as a port for sheltering ships, although this ceased into 1954. Since then, Knysna has become a popular tourist destination located between George and Plettenberg Bay. Most famously, Knysna is known for its warm-water estuary that passes … Read moreKnysna

Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens

Comprising of about 528-hectares of fertile land encompassing long green lawns, colourful flowers, cool forests and refreshing streams which make it a scenic outing for friends and family. Whilst visiting the Gardens during your South African safari with us, you’ll be able enjoy the many picnic areas, hiking trails, walking paths, shops, restaurants, exhibitions and … Read moreKirstenbosch Botanical Gardens

Kimberley

Although Kimberley’s role as a diamond destination is now only a historic one, the legacy of its brilliance gives it an historic flavour that few other South African cities can offer travellers on safari. Next to the Big Hole, you can find the Kimberley Mine Museum, a popular tourist attraction for visitors to the city. … Read moreKimberley

Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

While on a South Arica safari, you’ll hardly find a more fascinating region than the Kgalagadi… The dry rivers beds from the Nossob River and Auob Riverare always empty unless a thunderstorm causes them to flow temporarily. Despite its arid appearance water does flow under the riverbeds, feeding that grass and sparse tress along the … Read moreKgalagadi Transfrontier Park

Jenman African Safaris Collection

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