Offering overland style camping safaris, lodge based safaris and tailor-made holidays, we have over 10 years experience in organising holidays to Africa and pride ourselves in being able to offer you an authentic travel experience. We are an experienced, knowledgeable and friendly team whose passion is travel and we have travelled extensively in Africa.
For our lodge safaris we specialise in east and southern Africa. Our specialist team of holiday planners will happily plan an itinerary bespoke to your requirements Our tailor-made holidays - tailormade
Our dedicated partners in Africa have helped us create well planned trips based on years of research and experience and our desire to provide unforgettable travel experiences to our travellers.
For your peace of mind, rest assured that as members of ABTA and ATOL its safe to book your holiday with us. The air holiday packages featured on this website are ATOL protected by the Civil Aviation Authority. Our ATOL number is ATOL 6109. ATOL protection does not apply to all holiday and travel services. The remainder are protected by the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA). Our ABTA number is W4479.
Furthermore, on the go tours is a member of the Association of Independent Tour Operators. The Association represents Britain’s leading independent tour operators and encourages high standards of quality and service. We abide by the Association’s Code of Conduct and adhere to the AITO Quality Charter which can be viewed on aito.co.uk. Visit the website to find out more about the Association or call (UK) ++ 0208 744 9280.
Tourist Community Development Trust - We are playing a leading role in community involvement in South Africa, working on sustainable projects. For every one of our passengers travelling to South Africa, on the go is proud to make a donation to the trust, which will be used across the range of projects - the Respite Centre for those suffering from HIV and other infectious diseases; Africa My Bra, working with local unemployed women in Cape Town townships, using their beadwork skills to produce clothing accessories and in the process giving them a salary; Baphumelele Education Centre, a home for abandoned, sick and abused children and the Clothing Collection, an initiative that has clothing bins at hostels and guesthouses for old and unwanted clothes, which are then re-distributed to poorer communities. Head to tcdtrust.org.za to find out more.