Ready to roam Africa?

How does your ideal African holiday unfold? Gorilla trekking in Uganda? A luxurious honeymoon in the pristine Okavango Delta? Or a down-to-earth family safari in the Kalahari?

Africa is bursting at the seams with travel options. It can feel quite overwhelming, which is why we’re here to guide you. Could we call you to discuss your ideas on catching the migration? Would you like to live-chat online about where to take your family to see the Big Five in four days? No time to talk? Use our enquiry form to jot down your unique requirements and we’ll get right back to you. You design your holiday. We’ll make sure it’s unforgettable.

Kruger National Park

Encompassing over 2 million hectares of African wilderness.

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Masai Mara

Located in Kenya’s spectacularly scenic Great Rift Valley.

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Victoria Falls

Named one of the seven wonders of the world.

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Serengeti National Park

Set in the central area of northern Tanzania.

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Chobe National Park

Known as one of the best natural wildlife and wilderness areas in Botswana.

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Okavango Delta

One of the largest inland deltas in Africa.

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Cape Town

You’re about to fall in love… because Cape Town really has it all: beaches, mountains, gardens, wildlife and wine farms.

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Garden Route

Blessed with spell-binding natural beauty, South Africa’s Garden Route offers visitors the chance to meander along a sublime stretch of coast.

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Cape Winelands

Known as one of the best natural wildlife and wilderness areas in Botswana.

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South Africa

Powdery beaches lapped by two oceans, black-maned lions framed by red Kalahari dunes, snow-capped mountains and scarlet vineyards.

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Kenya

Think vast savannahs teeming with immense herds of game, snow-capped mountains on the equator and the Great Rift Valley cutting through the continent’s heart.

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Tanzania

From safaris in iconic game reserves to beach resorts on Zanzibar or Pemba, Tanzania offers a vast range of holiday experiences.

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Namibia

We get why Namibia is sometimes called ‘Africa for beginners’. For starters, it boasts the world’s largest free-roaming population of black rhino and cheetah.

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Mozambique

Take in the majestic ocean view while you relax on the sandy shores of Bazaruto Archipelago.

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Zanzibar

The name ‘Zanzibar’ evokes the romance of an Indian Ocean island steeped in the history of spices, slaves and sultans.

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Botswana

Located in the very heart of southern Africa, Botswana offers travellers an unforgettable safari experience.

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