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Our access to legends and illuminators enables us to create extraordinary special interest journeys. Whatever your passion is, we have the perfect safari to suit it. Epicureans, for example, can explore some of South Africa’s best restaurants and vineyards with a world-renowned chef or vintner.

Golfers can play a round with a famous golfer on their private course. History buffs can explore the evacuation sites together with archaeologists. Animal lovers can get behind the scenes with the best conservationists at the forefront of wildlife conservation. Your possibilities are almost limitless…Exploring Africa is in your hands!

See the Big Five in action on your African safari, watching African wildlife is exciting and fascinating. Your guide will get you up close and personal with the Big Five (elephant, lion, leopard, cape buffalo and rhino). Pack your camera and binoculars to ensure your best photos.

Cape Town South Africa offers a great home base to visit Table Top Mountain, the Garden Route and South Africa’s famous vineyards. Fabulous gourmet meals are included along the way. Include Robbin Island where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned and learn about the exciting history and culture during this time.

Victoria Falls has been called unassuming, exciting, awe-inspiring, but somehow words fall short to describe this wonder of the world. As you get closer to the waterfall, the first thing you will hear will be the roar; A thunderous reminder of the upcoming great show. Mist reaching 1,000 feet high fills the air. The excitement of seeing the mile-wide waterfall for the first time is easy with a helicopter tour from above!

Mt. Immortalized in literature, film, and song, Kilimanjaro, this African landmark truly is one of the greatest pleasures of the planet, and climbing it is a rewarding once-in-a-lifetime experience. Most of the hikes are non-technical and require no mountain experience, but you must be strong and adventurous! Camp staff carry your gear, fill you up and keep you comfortable to the top.

Etosha National Park is Namibia’s top wildlife destination. Etosha is home to Africa’s tallest elephants, endangered black rhinos, and 91 other mammal species. Etosha is popular with photographers during the dry season when wildlife flocks to the watering holes.

Most visitors to Etosha National Park will see a wide variety of bird species, as well as numerous giraffes, elephants, lions, rhinos, cheetahs, and leopards.

A scheduled game drive in Etosha is a highlight on a trip to Africa. Just outside the park are several excellent luxury lodges and camps located in private reserves, of which guided safaris are part of the package.

The Okavango River cuts through the center of the Kalahari Desert, creating a unique inland water system that gives life to a wide variety of birds and mammals. The Okavango Delta is a unique safari destination because you can see most of the wildlife from a traditional canoe  mokoro.

The Ngorongoro Conservation Area is a UNESCO World Heritage site and contains the world’s largest crater, which acts as a natural preserve for almost every type of wildlife found in East Africa. I call it the Garden of Eden, you’d be surprised how close you can see the wildlife here.

There are numerous Kruger National Park tours available that aim to cater to many types of travelers with unique needs. Tours allow tourists to observe large African animals such as leopards, lions, buffaloes, elephants, rhinos and many more in their natural habitat. Depending on the type of safari you choose, you can explore the wilderness on elephant back, in open-guided Land Rovers or on foot.

The Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya is Africa’s most popular safari destination and the most popular wildlife park in Kenya. From July to October, you can witness the incredible migration of millions of wildebeest and zebra. The Masai tribes also offer cultural tours that enrich your visit.

Serengeti National Park in Tanzania offers the absolute classic African safari setting. The meadows make the Serengeti great for spotting lion deaths because you can clearly see the entire landscape. Migration of millions of wildebeest and zebra begins here and is much larger than Mara, so it is less touristy.

There’s nothing like planning a trip to Africa  so many opportunities to explore and relax, so many ideas to consider. Looking to see the golden sights while your eyes are searching for the next group of wildlife? Would you like to drift along a waterway listening to the rustle of animals in peaceful silence on your magnificent African luxury safari? Get amazing views of Mt. Kilimanjaro? Wander through the famous vineyards of Cape Winelands? Where to start when the options are both perfect and seemingly endless? A personalized trip organizes your best vacation ever. Africa is calling you!