YOUR TRIP OF A LIFETIME
adventure off the beaten track
Are you a seasoned veteran, a budding traveller, a specialist, an enthusiast, an African virgin...
...we offer safaris that suit a pantheon of interests, experience, styles, groups, and budgets
Basically there are many different aspects of travel, and with so many options and decisions, take a look below at some of the aspects of the safari which effect you.
Once you have an idea of your intentions, we can take it from there and you can start preparing for your expedition
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or consider sketching out your own safari which combine your favourite parts of the following trips
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Based on all the variables, prices can differ widely. If you have an idea of your budget we can design a tour to suit your needs and styles.
We suggest between three to four weeks as ideal, and longer if you can; the more time you are able to spend on a trip, the more time you are able to enjoy
However, you decide on how you spend your rest time; from roughing it by camping to luxury accommodation to give you a range of comforts, and everything in between. Or try 'flashpacking', and combine them!
From funky and relaxed Cape Town, to the Garden route, from the timeless Karoo to the towering mountains of the Drakensberg and escarpment, from the rolling hills of rural South Africa to the impressive bushveld, this country can offer enough to last a lifetime
take a look at the trips planned soon
BOTSWANA & EAST AFRICA
We are planning an epic expedition through some of the greatest wilderness areas in Africa. We travel off the beaten track through the wide expanses of Botswana, visiting some of the wildest places on safari, mostly untouched by man and teeming with African wildlife. We then head onto East Africa, where we will try for the great animal migrations of the Serengeti. On the journey in general, we will expect the unexpected!
Explore this hidden gem of South Africa, where we are spending time visiting the reserves of Zululand, in Northern KwaZulu Natal. This area is in the low-risk malaria zone, but this does not deter from any game viewing, as the Big 5 abound, being the 'home' of the White Rhino, with Wild Dog and Cheetah included. Being the centre of the Zulu culture, these areas, once Royal hunting grounds of the Zulu kings, have a long and deep history of conservation and promise to provide fascinating encounters.
SOUTH WESTERN CAPE
We are planning a trip through the South Western Cape. Exploring the Cape Winelands, with world-class vineyards and scenic drives, to the Garden Route, so-named because of the glorious stretches of forest and mountian vistas along the southern coast, full of great leisure towns, cuisine and bustling attractions, to the Little Karoo, with the ostrich capital Oudtshoorn as its heart. The safari presents us with a diverse expedition; from fine cuisine and wines, to the port (that's drinkable port) capital of South Africa, to the most scenic mountain passes, to wild animals, coast line, and stars that light up the nights!