African Tours and SafarisUnforgettable Moments, Unparalleled Beauty

Embark on fully guided group and private tours, traversing the breathtaking landscapes of Africa.

Experience Africa your way on our award-winning tours and safaris

A bucket list destination for safari-searchers, wildlife-wanderers, and thrill-seekers alike. Safaris in the Serengeti. Wine tasting in the South African Winelands. Mountain gorilla trekking in Uganda. Climbing the towering sand dunes of the Namib Desert. White water rafting at Victoria Falls. Our Africa tours uncover the very best of the continent.

Stray from the beaten track and get to know the real Africa. Our award-winning authentic experiences are led by experienced tour leaders and guides. This means you can simply make the most of your adventure, while we deal with the rest.

Small Group Overland Safaris

Our Small Group Overland Safaris have a maximum group size of just 16 travelers, perfect for an intimate safari experience. These camping safaris travel in an overland truck, escorted by a safari crew of two. You'll be responsible for putting up your own tent and everyone will pitch in with camp chores and with cooking. They're proper African adventures! If camping isn't for you, then we do offer an accommodated upgrade for most of these tours. You'll travel with the campers on exactly the same tour, and stay in the same places, except you'll get simple chalet accommodation instead of having to pitch a tent.

Current Africa offers

Discover east and southern Africa on a memorable safari tour this year. And do it for less with our latest Africa offers. From Kenya to South Africa, Tanzania to Namibia and Botswana to Zimbabwe, you can explore as much or as little of the African continent as you like. We offer more than 60 safari tours, ranging in length from just a few days up to a few months, for those seeking a mammoth bucket list adventure. Find out where you can save today!

Journeys of a life time, multi-country tours

Lasting more than 20 days you can immerse yourself completely in African culture and embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Our overlanding tours span multiple countries, allowing you to delve deeply into the rich tapestry of African nature and culture. While these journeys are truly once-in-a-lifetime experiences, the memories they create will last a lifetime.

Frequently asked questions

What is a group tour, and why should I consider it for my African adventure?

A group tour in Africa is a travel experience where you explore various destinations in the company of a group of like-minded individuals led by a knowledgeable guide. It offers a social and structured way to discover Africa's diverse cultures, history, and landmarks with the added benefits of group camaraderie and shared experiences.

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The Best of African Wildlife

Whichever African safari or tour you choose, you will embark on game drives in some of the continent's most iconic national parks. From the sprawling grasslands of the Serengeti to the dusty plains of Etosha and the waterways of the Okavango Delta. These are some of the species to look out for on safari, including all of the majestic Big Five.

Lion

The only social member of the big cat family, living in hierarchical prides of up to 15 or even more animals, lions can be spotted throughout Africa's national parks. Chobe in Botswana and Hwange in Zimbabwe are great places to spot lions on safari.

Elephant

The world's largest land mammal can be found in more than 30 countries across Africa. Find them drinking at watering holes, the locations of which are passed down the generations by matriarchs. Chobe, Kruger in South Africa and South Luangwa in Zambia have good elephant populations.

Rhino

Both black and white rhinos are endangered, with black rhinos critically so. Conservation efforts using the money brought in from tourism are so important in protecting these iconic creatures. South Africa's Kruger National Park has by far the largest rhino population in Africa, and Namibia's Etosha is a stronghold for black rhinos too.

Leopard

Leopards are the most elusive member of the Big Five, well camouflaged against the African bush and preferring to come out at night to hunt. Count yourself lucky if you spot one of these beautiful cats. South Luangwa in Zambia and Moremi in Botswana have some of the highest densities, giving you the best chance to see them!

Buffalo

The armoured tank of the animal kingdom, even lions will think twice before tackling a buffalo. Found in huge numbers across the continent, it is likely to be the first Big Five species you see on safari. The Serengeti is an iconic heartland for this bad-tempered herbivore.

Giraffe

The tallest animal on the planet, the gentle giraffe is surprisingly rare but easy to spot thanks to its height. You can spot them roaming the grassy plains of east and southern Africa, with the Serengeti, Masai Mara and Etosha being particular hotspots.

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