We offer travel to many different African countries, please contact us for specific information.
The much-loved Classic Explorer Safari takes you to the renowned regions of the Chobe National Park, Savute and the Okavango Delta on a spectacular eight night mobile camping adventure.
Gabon is a natural paradise little known by the Western traveller. The ‘jewel in the crown’ of Gabon’s natural park’s is Loango National Park, where there’s almost no humans living around the park and wild animals live protected by the rivers surrounding this natural part of Central Africa.
Welcome to Guinea, one of the less-known and less-travelled countries in West Africa.This trip introduces you to the coastal area and the Fouta Djallon highlands. Meet the people and get an impression of their everyday life and culture.
Malawi is a landlocked country, running down the end of the Great Rift Valley. Dominated by Lake Malawi, the third largest lake in Africa, the surrounding country is exceptionally beautiful with dramatic scenery that includes rocky outcrops, high mountains, plateaus and views across what is considered to be Africa’s most beautiful lake.
This round-trip through Mali takes you along the highlights in the southern regions of the country, while connecting with the local people, their daily lives and their culture. You visit the ancient town of Djenné, known for its mud-culture, hike through mysterious Dogon Country and make a day trip on the River Niger.
Discover one of Africa’s best hidden secrets, the Island of Sao Tomé. Once a slave trading hub and cocoa plantation haven until 1975 when the Portuguese left the island. Today this small Atlantic archipelago is step by step abandoning its historical isolation with the arrival of small numbers of visitors. This tour allows the traveler to discover the island’s different ecosystems and the people that live from the land and the sea.
Sitting at the continent’s western-most tip, Senegal also marks the fusion point of Africa’s Arabic north, with the diverse and colourful cultures of the region’s southern gulf.
The Luangwa Valley, which marks the end of the Great Rift Valley, is one of the last unspoilt wilderness areas and possibly the finest wildlife sanctuary in Africa. It covers an area of over 9000 sq. km. through which the meandering Luangwa River runs.