African Safari Tours
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Over decades of travelling to Africa, our safari specialists have learnt a lot and would love to share their experiences with you. The African safari tours below are sample itineraries that can be customised according to your dates of travel, group size or even desired experiences.
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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!
Explore wilderness watching wildlife at close range is endlessly fascinating and the quintessence of every African safari or Kenya Holiday. Conservancy safari is unlike anywhere else with off-road driving and limits on vehicles.
This safari offers a marvelous opportunity to try something different while on an African safari adventure or Kenya holiday. Visit the last remaining Northern White Rhinos on the planet, canoe on the waterhole in front of camp, walk and wild camp in the in the Lolldaigas hills, jump from the waterfall in the Ngare Ndare, horse ride with rhino or cycle across the Ol Pejeta Plains.
Exploring the bush on foot is one the most exhilarating African safari experiences.
A Wild Camping Trip brings you closer to nature and ideally complements your stay in Masai Mara, Kenya.
• Kalahari lion (sightings are common)
• Cheetah (sightings are common)
• The pure Kalahari sky, with full-spectrum sunsets and dense star clusters, and a special photogenic light at sunrise
• Spectacular thunderstorms and rains that bring out the smell of red sand dunes
• Rare sighting possibilities of less visible animals such as the jackal, leopard, meerkat, brown hyena, honey badger, porcupine, and pangolin
• Herds and herds of picture-perfect oryx/gemsbok
• Blissful solitude and the company of owls and other raptors, yellow mongooses, barking geckos, and all manner of iridescent birds
• Catch a glimpse of the Ethiopian Wolf – one of Earth’s rarest canid species
• Chance to observe the Gelada Baboon, Walia Ibex and Swayne’s Hartebeest (all on the endangered species list)
• Meet the Hyena Man and marvel at the remarkable relationship between man and beast
• Beautiful Langano Lake – home to numerous wild mammals and over 300 species of birds
• Bamboo forests with their shy old-man inhabitants – the Bale Mountain Vervets
• Sanetti Plateau – with its unique wildlife – including red wolves and Colobus monkeys
Chad 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 Chad also has one of the world's largest single herd of elephants, about 130 lions, and over 10,000 Central African savanna buffalo, which range in colour from jet-black to orange.
Come join us as we embark on an intimate journey in Kenya and follow the "re-wilding" of elephants (orphaned by human-wildlife conflict, poaching and natural disasters) from their baby-years at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust nursery in Nairobi, to their adolescent years and the stockades of Tsavo East.
Nairobi - Tsavo East National Park - Chyulu Hills National Park 13 Days / 12 Nights
KTP is truly wild: surreal semi-desert wilderness; red sand dunes; dry rivers that are said to flow once in a hundred years; and starry skies without light pollution. Kgalagadi means 'place of thirst'. It is a part of the Kalahari Desert in southern Africa. Much of it consists of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park (KTP), Africa's first Peace Park.
Gabon is still an enigma. A wild place of pristine old-growth rainforests where there are almost no human settlements, and where wild animals live protected within the thick foliage nestled between the many rivers that traverse this west African country. This is a trip for adventurers, who don’t expect smooth sailing every day. This is a trip for those who want to see something new, something different. It is a place for the intrepid Africa enthusiast who will be thrilled by the sight of a red river hog in a wallow, or a wary lowland gorilla in a forest clearing. On this trip, timed to coincide with the gathering of humpback whales off the shores of Gabon, and the troops of the fabulously colorful Gabon mandrill, we will enjoy a truly epic African adventure, moving by train, boat, and plane through the heart of Africa.
The LUANGWA VALLEY, which marks the end of the Great Rift Valley, is one of the last unspoilt wilderness areas and possibly the finest wildlife sanctuary in Africa. It covers an area of over 9000sq. km. through which the meandering Luangwa River runs. The ox bow lagoons, woodland and plains of the valley host huge concentrations of game - including elephant, buffalo, leopard, lion, giraffe, hippo - and over 400 species of birds.
This Mobile Walking Safaris have long been known as the best wilderness experience of the South Luangwa. After a night at Nkwali, the party drives to the north of the park where they will walk for five days covering approximately 10km a day, following the Mupamadzi River. This clear river is a major tributary of the Luangwa.
With the 42nd running of its world-famous cycling tour as its crescendo, the Cape Town Cycle Tour Lifecycle Week is an eight-day celebration of all things cycling, where a world-famous city embraces human power and celebrates the healthy lifestyle and freedom of movement the humble bicycle offers all its inhabitants and visitors.
A specially-priced 14-day guided safari tour covering the most iconic deserts, dunes and species of Namibia. This is a lodge-based tour in an air-conditioned safari vehicle exploring the Etosha Pans, Omapha Himba Village, Cape Cross Seal Colony, Sossusvlei, Dead Vlei, Sesriem Canyon, and also includes scenic game drives.
Want to see a shoebill? This is your safari. Join this exceptional trip covering the South Luangwa, Kasanka, and Bangweulu swamps. On the hunt for the remarkable shoebill, you will also encounter elephants, lions, giraffes, and host of other species.
Spend six days with the Zambian Carnivore Programme (ZCP), learning about and viewing the large carnivore species. With a carnivore specific activity each day, you won't leave disappointed!
Karisia Walking Safaris specializes in walking safaris supported by camels. The trips offer a unique perspective of not just the animals but the land they live in. On foot, we fine tune our senses and experience the country in vivid and exciting detail.
• Experience 2 different ecosystems with a vast array of species
• Explore the world famous Masai Mara, staying in an exclusive private concession on the banks of the Mara River
• Discover Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to almost half of the world's last surviving mountain gorillas.
• Interact with authentic, traditional and colourful tribal Maasai & Batwa Pygmy communities
• Conservation & Community Opportunities - Enkereri Village & School, Maasai Women’s Beadwork, Bwindi Community Hospital, Pack For A Purpose & Victory School
6 Nights in Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and Masai Mara in Kenya for pure wildlife experience.
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