Southern Africa has great Big Five wildlife destinations like the Kruger Park, Chobe and the Okavango Delta. They are easily to combine in one African safari tour and make for a great safari experience even just for an 11-Day trip. Find inspiration for your safari in the Best of Kruger and Botswana tour featuring great lodges and game reserves.
Explore the best wildlife areas of Botswana with a mobile safari and experience the ultimate African safari. The luxury of this safari are the private camps, the private vehicle, the unbeaten tracks and the basic but comfortably equipped tents with your very own staff to make your stay as pleasant as possible.
View and download the Botswana Explorer itinerary here.
As photography has become a passion for more and more people, an African photographic safari is probably the ultimate holiday for photography enthusiasts. Being the whole day out in the bush with photographic opportunities in abundance, this is the way to enjoy photography at its best.
On of the top African safari countries is Kenya and the top event for wildlife photographers is the Great Migration. Millions of animals move into the Masai Mara with dramatic Mara River crossings. It is probably the most exciting a wildlife photographer can observe and photograph. Besides that the Mara boasts of Big Cats and wildlife interaction, which provide great wildlife photography opportunities as well. And if this is not enough, the landscape with the dotted trees and spectacular sunrises and sunsets melts every photographer’s heart.
But Kenya has more to offer for the enthusiast wildlife and landscape photographer. Amboseli with Mt. Kilimanjaro and the big elephant herds, Samburu with its fascinating landscape and different animal species or Lake Nakuru with the pink ribbon of flamingoes are only a few more destinations of a photographic safari in Kenya, a photographer should not miss.
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Walking safaris provide a completely different experience and perspective on the African bush. They can be experienced entirely as walking instead of driving or as additional experience to an African safari with the normal game drives in safari jeeps.
Read more about that in Alan Murphy’s column right here.
The South Africa Explorer tour is a pre-designed itinerary, flexible in travel date and choice of accommodation. It is ideal to see Johannesburg, Sun City, Lost City, Pilanesberg National Park and Kruger Park with a good chance to see the Big Five and good value for money accommodation. It is not a private safari, but it is possible that one has the game drive vehicle for him/herself or shares it with a maximum of 10 guests.
View and download the South Africa Explorer itinerary here.