Botswana is large but sparsly populated country, almost three times the size of Great Britain. The vast plains teem with majestic African wildlife. The country is also home to the largest population of African wild dogs and densest populations of African elephants. With only 3 people per square kilometer, most of the country is unspoilt with wildlife free to roam as they have done for millenia.
Experience the seasonal floods of Botswana
The plains of Kenya are home to the worlds’ largest migration of land animals, the great wildebeest migration of Africa.
Kenya is home more than fifty national parks that are at the forefront of wildlife conservation. A day in Kenya provides you an opportunity to see one and a half million wildebeest migrating across the African savannah, with predators lurking for a chance to catch a meal. The Kenyan landscape is also home to the rich cultures of the Masai Mara and the coastal Swahili people, it has something to offer for all travellers.
Explore the vast plains of kenya
The geography of Malawi is dominated by Lake Malawi, also called Lake Nyasa, and the northern mountain highlands.
The crystal clear waters of Lake Malawi offer visitors the perfect fresh water snorkelling, and amazing sunny beaches on which to relax and unwind. The highlands of Nyika Plateau are also filled with hundreds of species of birds and animals, and can be viewed from the air, vehicle, or mountain bike! Hiking through the Zomba Plateau will present you with magnificent views of unspoilt wilderness, talk to us to get your adventure started!
country of lake and mountains
Diversity of climate, culture, language, races, flora & fauna defines the country at the southern tip of the continent.
South Africa is home to the other “greatest” world migration, the Sardine Run of southern Africa. Billions of sardines migrate northwards as cool water move towards Mozambique. This cool but rather unknown fact is a common theme of South Africa, as the country offers so much that it can take months to experience and discover it all. The rich marine life along South Africa’s coast is only rivaled by the incredible diversity and abundance of flora and fauna found on terra firma. Task to us to learn how we can help you plan your perfect trip to this magnificent country!
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Amongst other things, Zambia is home to “Mosi-oa-Tunya”, or the Smoke that Thunders, which is a description of Victoria Falls.
Victoria Falls, one of the seven natural wonders of the world, is fed by the Zambezi river. Zambia is named after the Zambezi, and is a subtropical country featuring rich animal and plant life in some of the densest populations found in Africa. The Luangwa valley and lower Zambezi areas are particularly known for their active wildlife fantastic safari trips. Reach out to us to plan a life changing visit.
undiscovered and unspoiled,
Great Zimbabwe is an old ruined city in the south-eastern hills of the country, and is a national monument as well as the source of Zimbabwe’s name.
Going on safari in Zimbabwe is incredibly informative as the guides are considered by many to be the best in Africa. The country offers incredible value to visitors with a great tradition of hospitality and care. Talk to us to learn how we can organize a trip of discovery and pampering in some of the remotest lodges on the continent!