Imagine a place where you can glide through the African bush on a dugout canoe listening to the snort of a Hippo, track Elephants on foot and approach close enough to smell them; or watch a pack of Wild Dogs devour their prey close up from a Game Drive Vehicle.This is what Botswana is about. It is wild, remote, diverse and extremely beautiful. The opportunity for unique experiences is like no other Safari destination; whether you want to experience unparalleled Luxury, Dine under the magnificent African night sky or simply camp in the Bush.An amazing 17% of Botswana has been set aside as National Parks and alongside these parks are vast areas of private concessions where you can enjoy wild Africa in exclusive surroundings with virtually no one else around.
Zimbabwe has some fantastic places to visit and some great wildlife destinations. Hwange National Park, Mana Pools National Park, Matusadona National Park and Motobo Hills National Park are but a few of these stunning places.
Zimbabwe is also known as an adventurous destination both on and off safari. The world famous Victoria Falls is the adrenaline capital of Africa where you run the rapids on the Zambezi, bungee jump off the bridge just below the Falls, take a gorge swing across the scar in the landscape caused by this mighty river and many more.
Known as a great destination for walking safaris you can also canoe the Zambezi in Mana Pools National Park, many miles downriver from the Falls, starting below the Kariba Dam and continuing on into Mozambique should you wish.
Namibia is like no other country. This fascinating place of Desert, Dune, Mountains and Sea is wondrous to behold as you follow desert Elephants through ravines on their endless quest to find hidden water or search for Dolphins in the Atlantic Ocean. No other desert creeps up to the Sea in the way the Skeleton Coast does, slowly shifting on the winds with the shipwrecked leviathans peering up at the enormous backdrop of desert dunes. In contrast the lush vegetation of Etosha and the Waterberg give the traveller a fantastic insight into this country, this continent, Africa.
Zambia is regarded by many as one of the last true wildernesses and this continent's greatest secret.From the mighty Victoria Falls to the world renowned National Parks of the Luangwa and Zambezi Valleys there are incredible opportunities to explore and a vast range of habitats, species, terrain and natural wonders.Visitor numbers are small - Zambia is not on the main ‘tourist trail’. Her vast areas of pristine wilderness have remained unchanged for millennia and the opportunity to explore these areas and to see the wildlife that inhabits them without having to share the experience with too many others is a privilege hard to find these days.
This astonishing country has some of the most amazing outdoor experiences in Africa. From the empty beaches of the Eastern Cape to the arid Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, the contrast of experiences in South Africa is rivalled by nowhere else in Africa. Its world famous national parks are very accessible for those who want to limit their budget, giving many self-drive and guided options in all of them. South Africa has many private game reserves as well giving fantastic luxury accommodation and almost guaranteed Big 5 sightings.
Kenya lies directly on the equator, on the Eastern coast of Africa, lapped by the balmy Indian Ocean. It is roughly the same size as Texas or Spain. The Great Rift Valley runs through Kenya creating volcanic mountains, highland plateaus, lakes and valleys – creating an enormous diversity of habitats and eco-systems, from snow-capped mountains, lush forests, and fertile savannahs to sandy semi-desert. PEOPLE & LANGUAGES There are 52 tribes in Kenya, and over 69 tribal languages (though most Kenyans speak Kiswahili as well as their own tribal language). English is the commercial language; therefore it is commonly spoken in the major towns and at all camps, lodges and hotels.
Tanzania is the 13th largest country in Africa and includes the islands of Zanzibar, Pemba & Mafia. The Great Rift Valley runs through the centre and west of Tanzania forming volcanic mountains, highland plateaus, lakes and valleys - creating and enormous diversity of habitats and eco-systems, from snow-capped mountains, lush forests, salt and fresh water lakes, and fertile savannahs to sandy semi-desert.People and LanguagesThere are more than 120 tribes in Tanzania, speaking their own distinctive language. ClimateTanzania lies 1-12 degrees south of the equator, having mostly a tropical climate including dry and wet seasons which have relatively stable and pleasant temperatures, and allow year round safaris and game viewing.
With Uganda lying in Africa's tropical rain forests this diverse and fascinating country can offer a primate safari like nowhere else. Bwindi Impenetrable Forest hosts many families of one of our closest relatives with lots of options for accommodation to go and see this largest of our cousins. Permits are limited and booking a long time in advance is recommended as only one visit to a family is allowed per day with maximum of 10 per trip.
Besides the Gorilla's Chimpanzee tracking is also available and other traditional safari activities in places like Kidepo Valley National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Murchison Falls National Park, Kibale Forest and the adrenaline capital of East Africa in Jinja where white water rafting, Kayaking, Bungee Jumping, Quad biking and all sorts of other activities take place.
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