MADISA: Welcome to something special

Situated in Namibia’s scenic Damaraland,  Madisa Camp offers both Camping and Luxury Safari Tents. The camp is hidden amongst amazing rock formations scattered with...

Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda

Uganda is best known for its gorilla trekking and, with Kenya and Tanzania receiving most of East Africa’s safari visitors, its game parks are...

Ruaha National Park, southern Tanzania

Imfolozi is synonymous with white rhino and wilderness trails – it was here that Africa’s second-largest land mammal made its stand against extinction a...

Etosha National Park, Namibia

Etosha is Namibia’s Kruger, with roads and facilities suitable for the self-drive, budget safari. The harsh, semi-arid terrain is not to all tastes, though,...

Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania

The Serengeti is arguably the best-known wildlife spectacle on the planet. Everything that applies to the Masai Mara – its northern extension – applies...

Africa Namibia Travel & Tips Information

In Namibia, upon the parched palate of a vast and contradictory land, the realities of thirst have created a plethora of idiosyncratic societies. The...

Chobe, Okavango Delta and Moremi

This romantic journey starts at a riverside retreat bordering Chobe National Park. Enjoy sunset boat cruises on the Chobe River, sipping on cocktails while...

The Mara and Lake Naivasha

It’s not only North America and the United Kingdom that have systems of great lakes, Kenya does too, thanks to the Great Rift Valley....

Rhino Tracking and Big 5 Safari

Fly between three different camps to experience two very landscapes in Kenya. The Mara promises classic savannah with large herds of elephant and, of...

Madikwe Game Reserve and Cape Town

This family South Africa tour starts in the fabulous Madikwe Game Reserve, a private wildlife sanctuary located in the malaria-free north of South Africa....