Adventures of a lifetime await on the world’s most exotic continent: Africa. Experience true oneness with stunning wildlife, and come face-to-face with nature in a way you’ve only seen in movies.

How to Choose an African Safari

African Safari

How to Choose the Perfect African Safari – Part I: Choosing A Country

African Safari

How to Choose the Perfect African Safari – Part III: When to Go

African Safari

How to Choose the Perfect African Safari – Part II: Lodge or Tour?

 

African Lion

View the untamed forests, majestic coastlines, and magnificent mountain peaks while tracking the Big Five game animals: lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant and rhinoceros. Capture photos of seascapes and landscapes that would make a nature photographer turn green with envy.

Spend time with the indigenous people to learn what African life is all about, and allow them to show you the natural wonders on an authentic African safari. Lend a hand to philanthropy efforts by touring local schools or assisting with sustainability projects. Participate in animal sanctuary efforts or learn about African game preserves.

Tour the land by vehicle or animal: take a Jeep safari, or go wild and ride an elephant for a true African experience.

South Africa wine country

Adventurers and sportsmen will get their fill with world-class African hiking, windsurfing, canoeing, rafting, diving, and more. Bring an underwater camera to catch photos of sharks, or try to catch an aerial shot of the African from a hot air balloon.

Unique cuisine and wine-making experiences are abundant in Africa, which has a great plethora of top-class wine producers. Try upscale cuisine at your safari camp on a luxury game preserves, or sample traditional cuisine as you sit around a boma at a top African game lodge with exotic animals just feet away.

While in Africa, be sure to visit some of the most popular attractions: the Mandela Family Museum (a site dedicated to the history of Nelson Mandela) and the wide open plains of the Maasai Mara or Serengeti National Parks (Africa’s most notable wildlife parks).

The average temperature in South Africa ranges between 68 and 95 Fahrenheit, so you’re sure to have plenty of sunny days when you visit this exotic destination. Call 1-866-365-8747 for more information on African travel.

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