Each safari is planned on an individual basis with meticulous attention to detail, taking into account your personal requirements and preferences.
Comfort & value
The game lodges and hotels we recommend are all researched by us to ensure that the standards we demand for our clients, whatever their budget, are delivered consistently.
Top-rated guides & specialists
Our general guides and chauffeurs are fully qualified and highly experienced. We also offer specialist guides such as botanists, historians and wine makers who have been selected for their expertise and companionability.
Client care & Family friendly
Personal service and faultless administration are our overarching aims.
These are itineraries designed with your precise requirements in mind. Each day will be filled with exactly what you have on your wish-list so the best possible use is made of every minute of your time. Either you give us a brief of where and what and we fill in the details, or you tell us precisely what it is you want to do and where you want to go, and we do the rest. You get your dream holiday handed to you the minute you land in southern Africa.
Southern Africa was made for every kind of outdoor activity. From hiking in the multitude of wilderness areas, to canoeing, tubing, white water rafting on some of our raging rivers, from bungy jumping to shark cage diving, bike riding, horse riding, abseiling, surfing, golf, bird-watching – you name it, it can all be done here.
Africa is a wonderfully evocative continent and going on a safari honeymoon is one of the most romantic things a newly-wed couple can do, Experience perfect privacy in your chalet or tent and absorb masses of wide-open space and complete peace except for natural sounds. Indulge in exhilarating activities together – feel the rush of a safari, shuffle your feet into an exquisite Mozambican beach of soft, smooth sand and dance under moonlight beside a gently sparkling sea. What a combination – a honeymoon in heaven if ever there was one.
South Africa is called a rainbow nation for very good reason – homogenous we are not! And beyond our borders are many more people of fascinating culture and tradition. Experiencing diversity is definitely a “must-do” when visiting sub-Saharan Africa. And it’s not just the arts, the dance or the food. It’s the interactivity with the locals wherever you go that adds a special dimension to your whole trip.