This 3-day Namibia Desert and Sossusvlei Fly-In Excursion is a superb way to visit and see the most beautiful Namibia Desert and in particular, the Sossusvlei dunes with Dead Pan, Dune 45 and more. Fly from and back to Windhoek make it ideal for those with limited time available or to use as an add-on to any other tour/safari. Extend this itinerary by a few days and add Swakopmund/Walvis Bay and the Skeleton Coast … or add the 3-day Etosha National Park Fly-In to make this an amazing week break-away.
Explore the beautiful Drakensberg with us; go on hikes, horse-rides, explore its enchanting rivers and magical waterfalls, and journey into the past with the stories portrayed in the historical rock paintings. Relax and reconnect with nature and adventure in this magnificent mountain range.
This 5-day safari to the Selous Game Reserve, which is one of the largest faunal reserves of the world, located in the south of Tanzania departs from Dar es Salaam, is a safari well worth doing if you find yourself in Dar es Salaam and have just a few days spare.
Morocco is one of Africa’s top destination for many reasons. With famous cities such as Marrakech, Casablanca, Fez, Tangier providing abundant opportunities for visitors to soak themselves in souks, medinas, bazaars, hammam, sumptuous food, and snake charmers
DEPARTURE IS FROM SOUTH AFRICA
Come with us on for some adventure at Tanzania’s fourth largest national park. A 3-4 hour drive from Dar, Mikumi National Park is home to an amazing range of wildlife; and it is open to visitors all year round. Remember to take shots of the majestic baobab landscapes as well as the elegant back hardwood trees and grassy plains.
Experience the best views of the Great Migration, an annual world wonder that draws visitors from all over the world. Millions of Wildebeests, zebras, and other animals participate in this migration. Also, enjoy an unforgettable safari to some of Kenya’s best game-viewing parks where you’re sure to see the big 5.
São Tomé & Príncipe, Africa’s second smallest country, has an abundance of dramatic scenery, orchid- rich tropical rainforests, faded colonial plantations, relaxed fishing villages and stretches of glorious, palm-lined beaches. One thing the two-island nation in the Gulf of Guinea does lack at present, is tourists. This makes it a marvellous destination for an island escape. There are no sky-scraping hotel complexes or tacky resorts, just locally- run lodges developed in a thoughtfully controlled and ecologically sensitive manner.
Travel Through South Africa. Featured stops at Diamond Mine Museum, Kimberley Historical Village of Matjiesfontein