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African safari tours and holidays

More African safari key points.

Where do we begin the search?” We bring African safari info to your doorstep, like this key-points summary of some major safari regions.

Kruger National Park, South Africa.

Experience: the Big 5, very close up. Very.
Added value: there is outstanding wildlife viewing all year round, moreover the safari lodges are sophisticated and modern, and the majority of game reserves are easy to access by road and air. A bit more …

Okavango Delta, Botswana.

Experience: an ecological jewel with stunning wildlife.
Added value: a lot more remote, very rare experience of a shallow-water delta in the heart of a desert. Exquisitely pristine, it offers superb game viewing, mostly water-based from dug-out canoes, but also with vehicle viewing at some lodges. A bit more …

Chobe National Park, Botswana.

Experience: abundant elephant herds.
Added value: large elephant herds, a joy to observe their group interactions close up. They are attracted to the Chobe River to drink, so game viewing is a combination of water-based and land-based experiences. Another plus is that it is close to the spectacular Victoria Falls. A bit more …

Luangwa Valley, Zambia.

Experience: Africa up close and very personal.
Added value: this area is an explorer’s paradise, and it is highly regarded for the walking safari experience. You get very close to Africa by touching, hearing and feeling it. It teems with wildlife and is still very uncommercialised. A bit more …

The Serengeti & Masai Mara, Tanzania & Kenya.

Experience: epic, ancient force of nature.
Added value: you’ll see long, shimmering vistas of stunning landscapes that speak of quintessential Africa. For front row seats to the last remaining great natural migration on earth, you come to this region, the original home of the safari. A spectacular phenomenon to experience during our age of dwindling wild areas. A bit more …

Etosha, Namibia.

Experience: all the wildlife, all in your own time.
Added value: this region is bigger than Kruger; however, it is essentially a desert. Consequently the wildlife is concentrated around specific waterholes, or pans. This is therefore where game viewing is best, and it is more more comfortable, temperature-wise, in our winter months. A bit more …

Zimbabwe.

Experience: some of the best safari guides in Africa.
Added value: an untouched country in the main, there being very little commercialisation, and as a result it offers great authenticity and the sense of true wilderness. This is home to the Big 5 and a vast array of wildlife, and, traditionally, some of the finest game rangers in Africa. In addition, it is home to the Victoria Falls. A bit more …

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“It is sometimes frightening to know who to trust when planning such a large trip via Internet. Each step of the way, though, everything was done exactly when she said it would be and how she said it would be. Wonderful experience and cannot say enough about how responsive and caring Marianne is.”

“This was our first safari experience, but–as former airline employees–my wife and I are experienced travelers, including destinations in the Far East, South America, the Caribbean (lots!), Russia, and Europe (30+). Marianne gave us excellent advice with respect to when to travel, what to bring, where to stay, and what to see.”

I cannot use enough superlatives to describe the perfection of our mother/daughter trip Marianne designed for us! She thought of every detail ensuring both our comfort and safety.”