Attractions

Attractions 1

Kapama Game Reserve

The Kapama Game Reserve is set in an idyllic location, nearby to the Drakensberg Mountain range and the Kruger National Park. As a home to the Big Five, the Game Reserve rewards its visitors with over 350 different bird species and frequent sightings of mammals like the giraffe, impala, wildebeest, kudu, cheetah and hyena, to … Read moreKapama Game Reserve

Attractions 2

Johannesburg

Not only does this bustling metropolis hold riches, but it’s also a delight for visitors from around the world. The South Western Township, lovingly known as Soweto, is the largest settlement in the region that originated during the Apartheid era and has since become a vibrant and colourful destination for an interesting cultural tour while … Read moreJohannesburg

Attractions 3

Hluhluwe-Umfolozi National Park

The Hluhluwe-Umfolozi National Park was started as a conservational project to protect the white rhinos from extinction and has grown to become one of the most successful National Parks in South Africa, making a visit to the Park whilst on a South African safari both a treasured and helpful experience. Covering an area of over … Read moreHluhluwe-Umfolozi National Park

Attractions 4

Greater St. Lucia Wetland Park

The Greater St Lucia Wetland Park boasts five ecosystems which are: the marine system, the eastern shores, the lake system, the Mkhuze and Umfolozi swamps, and the western shores. It’s this massive variety of scenery and diversity that makes the Wetland Park a highlight for any traveller on a South African safari with us. The … Read moreGreater St. Lucia Wetland Park

Attractions 5

Gaansbai

Nearby, De Kelders holds the record as one of the oldest human remains dating back some 70 000 years. It is one of the three known places in South Africa that has found and excavated ancient human remains, making it a unique outing during a South African safari. You’ll find yourself tracing the footsteps of … Read moreGaansbai

Attractions 6

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

Attractions 7

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

Attractions 8

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

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

Attractions 9

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

Attractions 10

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

Attractions 11

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

Attractions 12

Malawi

History & Background: Malawi grew from the migration and the wars of the early African tribes and kingdoms which flourished throughout the 16th and 17th centuries. The arrival of European traders and the horrific slave trade prompted David Livingstone, to vow, to end this appalling human tragedy. Ultimately, this heralded the arrival of British missionaries … Read moreMalawi

Attractions 13

Tulear

Apart from several interesting churches, most of Tulear’s remaining buildings are fairly nondescript, as is its setting against a backdrop of mangroves and mudflats. The surrounding Madagascar area, however, offers numerous attractions and Madagascar highlights including good beaches, diving and snorkelling, surfing, kite surfing and wild surfing at Ifaty to the north and Anakao to … Read moreTulear

Attractions 14

Tsingy Nature Reserve

The Tsingy Nature Reserve is actually two parks, the Petit Tsingy and the Grand Tsingy. So far, recorded, there are 53 species of bird, eight of reptile and six of lemur. Organised trips into the Tsingy may include a spectacular canoe trip down the Manambolo River or simply an interesting day trip to the limestone … Read moreTsingy Nature Reserve

Attractions 15

Tamatave

Toamasina is a popular vacation destination among the Malagasy and is to Antanarivo what Brighton is to London, or Nice is to Paris. Even though there is a beach at Tamatave – swimming isn’t recommended… which isn’t an issue because as soon as you visit this area on a Madagascar tour all you will want … Read moreTamatave

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Sainte Marie

Most hotels on Sainte Marie are along the coast south of Ambodifotatra, where the beach is narrow but pleasant. The north-western part of the island is quieter, but more difficult to access. The east coast is relatively rugged and – until recently – undeveloped. It offers some of the better beaches, particularly on the Ampanihy … Read moreSainte Marie

Attractions 17

Ranomafana National Park

The main tribal group in the area is the Tanala, who are known for the honey they produce, as well as for their ‘tavy’ (slash-and-burn) farming methods. Visiting the Ranomafana National Park is a great highlight of any Madagascar tour…

Attractions 18

Nosy Be

With an area of 321 km2, Nosy Be (‘Big Island’) is the largest of Madagascar’s offshore islands. It’s often billed in tourist brochures as the ‘Ile aux Parfums’ and, like the nearby Comoros islands, is a centre for the production of perfume essence from the ylang-ylang tree. Other island products include sugar cane, coffee, vanilla, … Read moreNosy Be

Attractions 19

Isalo National Park

Park National de Isalo, also commonly known as Isalo National Park, was established in 1962 and covers 81,540 hectares of wildly eroded sandstone massif. The grassy plains are surrounded by sandstone ridges sculpted into various wild forms, and secluded in the rocks are many Sakalava Tombs. The Canyon des Singes (‘Canyon of Monkeys’) makes for … Read moreIsalo National Park

Attractions 20

Fianarantsoa

Fianarantsoa was founded in 1830 when Queen Ranavalona decided to build an intermediate capital between Antananarivo and the remote southern provinces. Fianarantsoa lies at the heart of one of Madagascar’s most fertile agricultural areas, and is renowned for its production of wine and tea. The markets and the bargains that you can get in this … Read moreFianarantsoa

Attractions 21

Diego Suarez

In the late 19th century, the French established a naval base here, which remained until 1973. Today Antsiranana is a provincial capital, an important port, and northern Madagascar’s main town. If you are looking for a Madagascar vacation then this is a slightly different and yet great option for you; bustling markets, a working port, … Read moreDiego Suarez

Attractions 22

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!

Attractions 23

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.

Plain Zembra and Eland - Tsavo National Park

Tsavo National Park

If you are looking at exploring Kenya on safari and would like something that’s unknown, rarely visited and something so different then Tsavo East is for you. If you would like to drive yourself around a national park, visit a rhino sanctuary and maybe do some rock climbing then Tsavo West is the perfect option … Read moreTsavo National Park

Samburu Warriors

Samburu

As mentioned the Samburu region is a fantastic area to visit for its plentiful animal sightings – lots of animals flock to this area as the river flowing through Samburu provides a much needed source of water. Samburu is located in the popular Rift Valley region in Kenya and is easily accessible via road or … Read moreSamburu

Panaramic of Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha

Between 1937 and 1950 the Naivasha area used to be a landing place for flights between Britain and South Africa; nowadays, it’s quite a popular highlight of many safaris in Kenya! The Lake Naivasha area is supported by tourism but its main wealth is generated through flora-culture as well as fishing. Lake Naivasha is surrounded … Read moreLake Naivasha

Nairobi Attraction

Nairobi

Nairobi is also the most convenient points of entry into Kenya by flight. In most cases when you are embarking on a safari in Kenya you will start and end in Nairobi… which is great as you will be able to enjoy the culture and vibrancy of this popular city! It’s worth visiting the National … Read moreNairobi

Attractions 24

Mount Kenya National Park

Mount Kenya National Park was declared a UNESCO protected reserve in 1978 and in 1997 it became a World Heritage Site. The peaks of the mountain are covered with massive glaciers but sadly these glaciers are actually retreating due to global warming. Climbing Mount Kenya and discovering the peaks covered in snow and ice offers … Read moreMount Kenya National Park

Attractions 25

Mombasa

The coastal city of Mombasa is actually an island, which measures just over 14 sq km – less than five square miles – with magnificent stretches of white sandy beaches and coral reefs. Mombasa is East Africa’s largest port and Kenya’s main tourist hub. Located in the southeastern part of Kenya, Mombasa is one of … Read moreMombasa

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