SAFARIS

Going on safari is a thrilling experience of a lifetime!  There is nothing like seeing wild animals in their natural habitat.   There are several different countries you can go to  and a range of accommodations to suit every style.  Here are a few best-selling luxury safari packages to give you some ideas, but everything is customizable.

 

THE ACTIVE ADVENTURIST’S SOUTH AFRICA

Includes Cape Town, Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, Kruger National Park.  Extensions could include Victoria Falls  and Botswana.

5 nights in the “Mother City” Cape Town, including hiking, biking and a Great White shark encounter while shark cage diving;   2 nights in the Cape Winelands at a boutique hotel set amidst the rolling vineyards, and a 3 night safari at a luxurious lodge in Kruger National Park to see the Big Five and ride an elephant!    An add-on extension to see the mighty Victoria Falls,  and a foray into Botswana can be arranged.  It doesn’t get any better than this!

THE HEMINGWAY WING SAFARI by Micato

Explore Old Africa in Style, both Kenya and Tanzania
The Hemingway Wing Safari is a tribute, not only to Africa’s tendency to grab hold of our hearts, but also to the old-fashioned and cozy safaris of Hemingway’s time, with three tented camps (a little more luxurious than in Ernest’s day), good looks at East Africa’s most legendary game parks such as the Serengeti and Masai Mara (and a couple of lesser-known gems), and five swooping flights that bring us into great intimacy with Africa’s landscapes.

SIGNATURE BOTSWANA by A&K

Explore the Okavango Delta on exciting game drives and bush walks, take a photographic safari river cruise, see Victoria Falls and stay in beautiful accommodations that include a luxury tree house. Slumber comfortably beneath the stars on your outdoor deck, view Africa from an elephant’s perspective during a special interaction with a group of semi-habituated African elephants, set out on a photographic safari cruise on the Chobe River and embark on a guided tour of Victoria Falls from both the Zambian and Zimbabwean sides of the falls. Add to the impact of your stay with a visit to a local village, to support its school and clinic.