Wherever you want to visit, all destinations are meticulously chosen with your needs and pursuits in mind.
Movements between locations are generally by private charter aircraft which, although more expensive than scheduled flights, will save precious time, flies direct to your destination and is much more comfortable and flexible. The roads in Africa can leave a lot to be desired and the continent is a very big place!
The Maasai Mara is home to the annual migration of thousands of animals, watching the animals all moving to some secret destination with what appears to be an almost religious determination is awe-inspiring. In the north, you can track lions and wild dogs, ride horses and camels, do night game drives, walk with the Samburu people, jump on a mountain bike or simply relax with a book in hand around a horizon swimming pool.
Tanzania’s astonishing Ngorongoro Crater is the largest unbroken caldera in the world and one of the seven Natural Wonders of the World. The neighbouring Serengeti is renowned for its open infinite plains that play home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. Known as the ‘Spice Island’, Zanzibar is characterised by beautiful white sandy palm-fringed beaches with coral reefs, rich in marine biodiversity and an aquamarine coloured Indian Ocean.
Rwanda is the ‘Land of a Thousand Hills’, majestically lush with endless mountains and stunning scenery. It is hard to find the words to describe the sensation of looking into the eyes of a wild mountain gorilla standing so close you could touch it but the Virunga Volcanoes offer this unique magical experience. Along with chimpanzee tracking, bird watching, hiking, boating, game drives, cultural interaction and friendly people, the country is a one of a kind journey.
Landlocked Uganda, boast some incredibly beautiful National Parks as well as a myriad of water attractions including Lake Victoria and the River Nile. Witnessing tree climbing lions and both chimpanzees and gorillas are a huge draw to this amazing destination. It is a world of enormously diverse cultures, birding safaris like no other, all the big game and some amazing adrenaline filled activities.
Botswana’s Okavango is the world’s largest inland delta and is an extraordinary wetland environment. This labyrinth of islands, secret lagoons and hidden water channels can be explored from the privacy of a mobile camp or from one of the luxury lodges. Surrounding the delta is the strikingly flat and arid Kalahari Desert, a vast deposit of sandy sediments that offers a solitude all of its own.
Stand in awe as you watch the sheer strength of Zambia’s mighty Zambezi River plunge over the precipice of The Victoria Falls throwing off a cloud that can reach 300 metres high. The now famous walking safari originated in South Luangwa National Park and is still one of the finest ways to experience Africa’s pristine wilderness first-hand.
Exploring Zimbabwe’s incredibly varied wildlife parks on foot, by vehicle, aboard a boat or up in the air is uniquely attractive. With the unspoilt wilderness of Hwange National Park, the fantastic wildlife of Mana Pools, the unique granite boulders of Matobo Hills and the adventurous fun at The Victoria Falls, this country is just another reason for visit Southern Africa.