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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11 days to discover one of the most unknown part of the Sahara, forbidden for decades to foreigners. An expedition that mixes real adventure with refined cultural discoveries.
A real “off the beaten path” expedition for passionate travellers and Sahara lovers. Desert crossing, genuine encounters with nomadic tribes as the mythical Reguibat, stone citadels, prehistoric rock art sites, unexpected navigation on emerald lagunes between ocean and dunes… A balanced mix of adventure and cultural discoveries as the Hispano-Mooresque architecture, one of the refrains of this Saharan expedition that starts and ends by the ocean.
As pioneers of impactful, yet luxurious expeditions to Africa and Antarctica, adventure-filled journeys, you will not only be exposed to new landscapes, cultures and ecosystems, but also to new ways of viewing the world, our place in it and, ultimately, its sustainability.
• Fly seven hours at 10 000 feet above the ice to the South Pole; observe a colony of 14 000 emperor penguins and their young chicks.
• Enjoy abseiling, cross-country skiing, fat biking, and ice climbing.
• Spend an unforgettable hour watching a family of mountain gorillas interact at Volcanoes National Park.
• Marvel at Akagera's prolific savannah wildlife - including lion, leopard and elephant among others.
• Revel in Rwanda's rich culture, local heritage and fascinating history
A Combination of Unique Experiences, Wild Spaces, Excellent Game viewing and Superb Guiding.
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.
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.
The Chobe River and The Okavango Delta.
A unique opportunity to join Asilia Africa's Kenya head guide, Roelof Schutte, on a walking expedition across the Mara conservancies from east to northwest, starting in the Naboisho Conservancy and walking through Olare Orok, Mara North, and Lemek or Ol Chorro.
The Botswana Magic and Northern Lodge Safari offers experiences for guests to explore Victoria Falls, Chobe and Moremi National Parks as well as the Okavango Delta.
The Botswana Magic offers a unique experiences for guests that want to experience a mobile safari with the comforts of a lodge that takes you through some of Botswana’s finest National Parks and Game Reserves.
This small group safari affords you the chance to experience the magnificence of Namibia in a very personal way. You will have your own professional and experienced safari guide who will enhance your enjoyment of this unique country by making it a fascinating and stress-free journey of discovery amidst very dramatic scenery.
Hello Trail Blazers,
It is with much excitement that we bring this journey to you – a true conservation safari that will lead you through some of the least-trodden parts of Africa. This is a safari that tries to look into the heart and soul of wild Mozambique – a country that is figuratively just a stone’s throw away from well-known South Africa, but one that is still shrouded in mystery – a land where wilderness & wildlife have recently been rising from the ashes like so many phoenixes.
After a very rough year that has been dominated by a virus, perhaps it will do us good to focus on uplifting stories for a change. Both Gorongosa and Niassa belong to the category of hopeful stories – of parks and game reserves that have been brought back from the brink of annihilation through the courage, foresight and commitment of a community of dedicated people, who have banded together to preserve and sustain some of the most important eco- systems and conservation corridors of Africa. This safari will be the first time that I too set foot on Mozambican soil (unless you count the 3 steps I sneakily took across an opening in a rusty old fence along the Mozambique-Gonarezhou border!)
I look forward to having you join me on this exciting trip -we are so fortunate to do this!
This Madagascar safari tour combines two different facets of the island: the richness of its wildlife and biodiversity in and around Andasibe to the simplicity of its beaches and coastline in Anjajavy. On a remote and enchanted peninsula on the northwest coast of Madagascar, Anjajavy Hotel awaits you. Sandy beach, azure waters, thick forest, Anjajavy reflects the rich diversity and the untouched beauty of Madagascar.
This safari will give you full coverage of this amazing National Park and all the different aspects of it from a scenery, and wildlife perspective.
Explore the wilderness and beauty of Africa on this stunning family safari to Victoria Falls and Botswana. This Botswana family safari is perfect for those with children looking for some exclusive moments in the lap of luxury with a hint of adventure and dollop of wildlife and culture.
Namibia is a vast country, even by African standards, covering an area approximately twice the size of California and four times the size of the United Kingdom, but with a population of a mere 2 million. This gives one of the lowest population densities in the world. It is also an 'ageless land’; visible through our heritage of rock art created by stone-age artists and geological attractions such as the petrified forest where fossilised tree trunks have lain for over 280 million years. When added to the space and silence, these factors all contribute to a feeling of antiquity, solitude and wilderness.
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.
This is wild adventuring, including driving across seas of sand, seeing rock paintings that are 1000s of years old, and coming face to face with elephants whose recovery is one of the most heartwarming of wildlife conservation stories in the modern era.
But that's not all. Meet dromedaries. See the Toubou. Visit a guelta. What are these? Read on. And last but not least - in these times, if you are looking for a holiday with an emphasis on isolation, then look no further than Tchad. Truly.
Dhow sails billowing in the Kusi and Kaskasi trade winds. Soft-sounding names like Quirimba, Arimba, Quisiva and Mefunvo. White, white sands beaches. Snorkelling amid a blaze of colour in pristine coral reefs. Refreshing coconut water. Giant prawns. Turquoise waters hemmed with mangrove forests. Bird sounds easing the mind as the talented fingers of the masseuse ease the body.
Experience the best of Kenya's majestic wildlife at Amboseli National Park & the Masai Mara. A conservancy experience like no other!
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!
Back to nature. Elemental. A safari like a safari should be. The pure power in the lion’s fang. The bedraggled female hyena exiled from her clan. Camel thorn trees festooned with weaver bird nests. Hippos wallowing in muddy pools. Old dagga boys looking warily in both directions, oxpeckers nibbling. Camaraderie around the campfire. Stories to share. An adventure to remember.
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