Let’s Go to Gabon in 2022
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Join our small-group expeditions to the remotest parts of Africa.
Let’s Go to TChad (Chad Safari 2022 – only 1 spot left)
Do join us as we embark on an intimate journey in Kenya and follow the “re-wilding” of elephants (orphaned Tchad has true otherworldly beauty: seas of orange-yellow sand, multi-coloured oases, and surreal rock formations. After all, most of the country is a part of the Sahara Desert. But Tchad also has one of the world’s largest single herd of elephants, many lions, some surprising rhino and cheetah, 70% of the world’s rare Kordofan giraffe and over 10,000 Central African savanna buffalo, which range in colour from jet-black to magenta.
Dates: February 2022
Let’s Explore the Algerian Sahara
Tassili n’Ajjer is a vast plateau in south-east Algeria. It covers an area of 72,000 sq. km. with an exceptional density of the paintings and engravings, as well as the presence of many prehistoric vestiges. From Roman ruins to stunning dunes, from Touareg encounters to experiencing giraffes and hippos in the desert, this trip to the edge of Africa is not to be missed!
Dates: December 2021
A Trip to Omo & Turkana in 2022
A safari like no other — from flying over Gambella National Park to travelling to the remotest parts of Ethiopia’s Omo Valley. This is Undiscovered Country!
Dates: February – March 2022
Circumnavigating Botswana’s Kalahari in 2022 (1 spot left)
Instead of dashing in and out of this vast reserve after spending a scant 2-3 days here, we will circumnavigate the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, passing by pans and valleys with names like Piper’s Pan, Sunday Pan, Passarge Valley, hoping to see the famous black-maned Kalahari lions, cheetah, vast herds of oryx and other desert-adapted species like springboks, brown hyena, porcupine, red hartebeest, blue wildebeest, and all manner of birds and reptiles.
Dates: March 2022
The Chalo Africa Safari Diary
This is a SafariTalk trip report by RC88COR who travelled with us on a small group expedition in February 2020. Like many on their first safari I visited Tanzania’s iconic Serengeti and the northern circuit, but my second safari was to be very different. I did a deep dive into African wildlife conservation, community support…
“One sits down on a desert sand dune, sees nothing, hears nothing, yet through the silence something throbs and gleams…” – Saint-Exupéry Ennedi inspires every kind of art – really it does. From painting to sculpture to photography, from poetry to literature to dance, it really does. If you are one of the lucky ones to…
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