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Few names evoke the sense of an African safari more than that of the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro. Home of the BBC production “Big Cat Diary” and spectacles such as the Great Migration, this 14 day safari package allows your client to take in these iconic highlights before enjoying a relaxing beach holiday on the exotic spice island of Zanzibar with its beautiful sandy white beaches.
Combine the best of a bush and beach safari by visiting the Masai Mara and the beautiful, palm-fringed, sandy white beaches of Diani.
The last frontier – come and explore one of the remotest islands in the world, nicknamed the Galápagos of the South Atlantic! This is an affordable package to the beautiful Island of St Helena.
This cycling safari takes you past the scenic lakes of the Great Rift Valley, perfect for those looking for an active Kenyan holiday. Cycle through the African bush past zebras, giraffe and other non dangerous wildlife while taking in the tranquil lakes with their myriad of bird-life.
Your client will explore the Western Cape via Cape Town, West Coast , Paternoster, Cederberg and Tulbagh.
Combine the best of East and Southern Africa with a safari in the Masai Mara, see the spectacle of Victoria Falls and explore the vibrant city of Cape Town.
South to North Africa – Cape to Cairo Expedition
For the adventurous at heart or the bucket-list tickers, we can assist with arranging a trip of a lifetime and take away some of the headache!
Set off from Cape Town in a fully equipped 4×4 vehicle making your way to through southern Africa, up towards Cairo to visit the Pyramids, Sphinx and Egyptian Museum.
The trip can also be done in reverse and is approx. 65 days long but can be extended wherever you would want to spend more time and explore even further…
24 Days, 23 Nights self-drive. Your clients will explore all the highlights of South Africa – from Johannesburg via the Panorama Route, Kruger National Park, Swaziland and St. Lucia to Addo Elephant Park, the Garden Route and the Klein Karoo, all the way through to the ‘Mother City’ Cape Town.