With lodge accommodated safari holidays, overland style camping trips, inspirational ideas for a tailor-made holiday and a handy travel guide, adventure awaits in the land of the Big 5 and magnificent Victoria Falls with On The Go Tours
As an experienced tour operator in East and Southern Africa, On The Go Tours offer a wide range of safari holiday destinations including Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Madagascar and beyond. There's plenty of choice on trip style too from overland style camping safaris to lodge accommodated safaris and tailor-made holidays.
Top Africa Travel Deals and Upcoming Tours
|Trip Name||Starts||Departing||From USD||Deal||Map|
|Kenya to Cape - 43 days||Nairobi, Kenya||04 Mar 2017||USD $1,753||was $3,505 2-for-1|||
|Cape to Namibia - 14 days||Cape Town, South Africa||04 Mar 2017||USD $628||was $1,255 2-for-1|||
|Wildlife Express - 22 days||Nairobi, Kenya||04 Mar 2017||USD $1,033||was $2,065 2-for-1|||
|Cape to Falls - 22 days||Cape Town, South Africa||04 Mar 2017||USD $808||was $1,615 2-for-1|||
|Kenya to Kruger - 33 days||Nairobi, Kenya||04 Mar 2017||USD $1,393||was $2,785 2-for-1|||
Africa Overland Safari Tours
Traverse Africa's iconic landscapes on board fully kitted overland trucks with a three-person crew and nights spent camping in national parks.
Africa Lodge accommodated safaris
Explore Africa in small groups of up to 16 passengers spending the night in comfortable lodges and days out on thrilling game drives.
Africa Safari Holidays
Classic itineraries across Africa with flexible departure dates and a choice of accommodation standard for you and your travelling party.
Explore the stunning landscapes of Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, South Africa, Namibia or Zimbabwe on your own private adventure. From the world famous national parks of the Masai Mara and Serengeti to the tranquil waterways of Botswana's Okavango Delta and the vast sand dunes of Sossusvlei in Namibia, Africa is as diverse as it is beautiful. When planning your tailor-made holiday to Africa, you can choose from a wonderful range of tented camps, luxury lodges and boutique guest houses, and combine game drives through Africa's best national parks with cultural touring and a blissful beach break.
Explore the best of Eastern and Southern Africa
Africa tour reviews
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Africa has some of the best wildlife on the planet from big cats to massive elephants and from the unpredictable buffalo to the rare black rhino. The Big Five are always high on people's bucket list for things to see but there's plenty more magnificent creatures to meet on safari in Africa and our handy wildlife guide tells you all you need to know from where to go for which animals and when best to go.
Our guide to travelling through Africa
Here's our useful information on travelling through Africa on safari, trekking to see the mountain gorillas and the TCD trust in South Africa.
An overview of the wet and dry seasons in Africa
Available touring combinations in Africa for overland safaris
Visa requirements for Africa and info on getting your visa
Where to see Africa's wildlife and the best time to do so
Our guide to the best places to see the BIG 5
The best places and times to see the great migration
Close encounters with these gentle giants of the jungle
Information on travelling in Africa on an overland safari
More about our lodge accommodated safaris in Africa
The Tourist Community Development Trust
Our favourite travel videos filmed in Africa
Reviews from our travellers to Africa
- The Poisonwood Bible
by Barbara Kingsolver
- History of Africa
by Kevin Shillington
- The Wretched of the Earth
by Franz Fanon
Facts about Africa
- Africa is home to the world's largest desert, the incredible Sahara, with a surface area of 9 million square kilometres.
- Evidence suggests that Africa is the cradle of human civilization with early humans migrating to Asia some 2 million years ago.
- The hippopotamus kills more people in Africa than lions and crocodiles, usually whilst protecting their territory and offspring.
Africa Travel Advice:
We closely monitor the latest travel guidance to Africa and follow advice as set out by the British Foreign Office. Safety of our travellers is paramount and we recommend that you check the latest travel updates for the countries in Africa you are travelling to from the relevant advisory body in your country. For more specific country information, please refer to the relevant destination page on our website.