If an off-the-beaten-track adventure is calling you, our Africa tours are for you. If exploring is what you’re after from a holiday, we’ve got trips to national parks and unforgettable African safari tours that’ll keep your feet happy. Or maybe you’re more in favour of chilling on the beach alongside penguins? You really are spoilt for choice.
Animal lovers, our African safari tour packages bring you as close as possible to some of the world’s most impressive wildlife, from spotting the Big Five in Kenya to catching the Great Wildebeest Migration in Tanzania. Taking the family? Our family African safari tours are as exciting for us adults as they are for the kids.
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A great overall trip around the key safari destinations within this vast and beautiful country. The Essential Botswana has been designed to combine the wilds of the Chobe National Park, with huge herds and abundant big cats with the peaceful relaxation of the Okavango Delta. On this shorter flying safari we stay at Xugana Island Lodge, a spectacular island site which allows guests to not only do land based 4x4 safaris but also boat and mokoro trips to get the most out of the Okavango Delta.
A country so vast, rich in culture and enjoying an abundance of wildlife, Kenya has so much to offer. Experience dramatic scenery and close encounters with the 'Big Five' in Nairobi's best game reserves.
The Madikwe & Marataba Flying Safari combines two of South Africa’s finest lodges with exciting transfer by light aircraft and it’s such an amazing offer, the flights are free! Hop between Johannesburg and the Madikwe Game Reserve and Marakele National Park spotting the 'Big Five' and enjoying some of South Africa’s best cuisine. Experiences are key in these lodges, relax by the pool at Madikwe, while elephants and giraffe enjoy the water-hole just steps away or enjoy a cruise on Lady Mara spotting hippos snorting along the river with a backdrop of the magnificent mountains beyond.
A great introduction to the country's fantastic wildlife and scenic heritage, visiting the rolling grass plains of the Serengeti, the ancient baobab trees of Tarangire National park and Ngorongoro Crater, one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Travel in the spring time to hopefully catch a glimpse of the Great Wildebeest Migration on their way back up to Kenya.
Our Best of Botswana flying safari offers you a complete overview of this beautiful safari destination, combining different must-see destinations by the luxury of light aircraft transfers. We begin the adventure at Chobe Game Lodge with its famous wooden deck overlooking the mighty Chobe river, famed for its huge herds of elephants; then onto Savute, home to the big cats immortalised in NatGeo’s award-winning Savage Kingdom; then lastly to the Okavango Delta where we combine a stay in two camps to get the very best land and water based safari activities including an afternoon safari in the unique mokoro.
This short 3 night fly-in is the perfect choice for those just wanting to tick off a safari in the world renowned Okavango Delta. Making the most of Xugana Island Lodge’s private concession, this spectacular lodge allows guests to not only do land based 4x4 safaris but also boat and mokoro trips to get the most out of the Okavango Delta.
An exciting lodge-based safari taking you from the foothills of Kilimanjaro to the dramatic Rift Valley lakes and the rolling plains of the world-famous Masai Mara Game Reserve.
A perfect addition to a charming beach stay, this short 3-day safari experience offers you the chance to visit two popular wildlife sanctuaries, overnight stays in authentic lodges and the opportunity to spot shyer nocturnal animals as well as the famous 'Big Five'.
Climb aboard this magnificent, mobile, 5-star hotel for the journey of a lifetime! For over half a century, South Africa’s Blue Train has enjoyed a reputation as one of the world’s premier travelling experiences. Taking luxury in motion to the highest levels, it offers a once-in-a-lifetime experience that starts as soon as you set foot on board. Enjoy a welcome cocktail and appetising delicacy served from the butler’s silver tray while your luggage is labelled and discreetly whisked away. Afterwards, settle into your own private suite and let the journey begin!
This fascinating tour of Cape, Safari and The Falls will give you a true flavour of Southern Africa’s history, culture and natural beauty. Experience the hustle and bustle of South Africa’s second largest city, Cape Town, rub shoulders with the furry and feathery at Kruger National Park and experience the jaw-droppingly gorgeous Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River.
Occupying the most enviable location, overlooking the Kruger National Park, the Protea Kruger Gate by Marriott offers guests a traditional lodge feel with all the comforts of a hotel. When you are not on safari you can spend your days lazing by the pool or enjoying spotting wildlife from the bar which offers a unique deck and treehouses overlooking the National Park.
For those with a bit more time why not try our Ultimate Okavango safari which offers guests a complete experience of land and water based activities within the Okavango Delta. Enjoy afternoon mokoro rides through the peaceful lagoons and channels from stunning Camp Okavango then spend a few days on dry land looking for the big cats in the Mopane forests of the Moremi Game Reserve.
Staying in small, authentic lodges, you’ll get a real flavor of this magnificent land on this 4-night safari which takes in Lake Manyara, the ‘Big Five’ haven of Ngorongoro Crater and Tarangire. A great safari for first timers or those who wish to spend a bit more time on the beaches of Zanzibar.
A great way to save time and an extra flight, From the Mara to Mombasa takes you one way from Nairobi to the Kenyan Coast. Experience a myriad of delights from Kenya’s best game reserves with ample opportunity to spot the ‘Big Five’ before relaxing at one of Mombasa’s beach hotels.
This fantastic safari takes you to Kenya’s premier wildlife reserves, from the stunning Rift Valley to the vast plains of the famous Masai Mara. Our only safari that travels north to Samburu and the famous Aberdares.
An excellent introduction to the safari world, this 5-day itinerary takes in Lakes Nakuru and Naivasha en route to the world-famous Masai Mara Game Reserve.
The Pride of Tsavo Safari offers you the chance to explore some of Kenya’s most magical sights as it takes you on a 4-day journey of discovery! Taking its name from the Masai word for ‘river,’ Tsavo is located at the crossing of the Uganda Railway and is home to a whole host of flora and fauna, most of which can be seen during the game drives included in this fantastic safari tour. The first day of the tour takes you on a visit to the breathtaking Mzima Springs, located in the west of Tsavo National Park, the largest national park in Kenya and one of the largest in the world. One of Tsavo’s most popular tourist attractions, the springs are sourced by a natural reservoir lying to the north of the Chyulu Hills, and are the sole water supply for the region’s resident population of hippos and crocodiles. The guided nature walks and evening game-drives give you the opportunity to spot even more wildlife! Elephants, big cats, buffalo, zebra, and giraffes are just a few of the many creatures who call the surrounding Kenyan landscapes their home.
You are practically guaranteed to see the 'Big Five' in all their natural glory on this incredible flying safari. Samburu Nature Reserve on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River is your first port of call, with game-drives in 4x4 vehicles, bush breakfasts and sundowners very much the order of the day. Hop on-board a light aircraft for the short flight to your second holiday home in the mighty Masai Mara, another national park bursting at the seams with sights to see. Luxury lodge accommodation, delicious food and expert guides add up to a once in a lifetime experience.
A wonderful tour where you’ll see and savour the immense richness of this beautiful region. From the wilds of Kruger National Park to the cosmopolitan sophistication of Cape Town, you’ll come to understand why South Africa is dubbed ‘A World in One Country’.