East Africa hosts some of the greatest natural wildlife phenomenon’s in the world. Watch millions of wildebeest migrate over the great plains. Trek the forests in search of the rare Mountain Gorilla. Sit and relax on white beaches of Zanzibar while drinking a cocktail.
The many National Parks offer great opportunities for observing Africa’s plains game and their attendant predators, whilst bustling urban areas offer a taste of eclectic Zambian culture and adventure activities.
Wild animals roam freely in their natural habitat. Be awed by the world’s largest intact delta, the Okavango, the wildlife-rich Chobe Game Reserve...
The ruggedness of the Namibian landscape has obviously done nothing to deter both flora and fauna from adapting and thriving. Here, the very act of survival can sometimes be an art.
You will never see these sights elsewhere. Only in Africa will you view in person the animals you’ve seen in movies and documentaries all your life. Highly experienced guides and trackers take you safely to vantage points where you can see first-hand how wild animals specific to Africa live in their natural settings.
African culture is still very closely tied to the land and you see this in the colors, the fabrics, the jewelry, music and dance, local ceremonies, and everyday community life. You can sample award-winning wines and eclectic regional cuisine, and there are numerous art galleries, design studios and art markets that showcase the creativity inspired by this integrated man-land-wildlife daily existence.
South Africa has opened its doors to show the world the many, many opportunities for exploring ancient natural terrain and its cohabitating birds and wildlife. Travelers can safely view the famous Big Five (lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos and buffalo)--those wild animals most dangerous to people. South Africa is one of only 18 megadiverse destinations in the world. This country is a pioneer and a leader in responsible tourism. You will be safely guided through some of the world’s most protected territory.