A safari is the feeling you get when hearing your first lion roar echoing across the plains. It’s coming across animals you’ve never set eyes on before, and wildlife you’ve always wanted to see. And, it’s sitting out around the campfire at night, sharing your day’s experiences beneath a sky glittering with constellations.
Whether it’s your first safari or the mark of a return to Africa, our safari specialists will use their deep-seated connections with the continent to plan a trip that captures everything you’re looking for. We can arrange experiences that show you the bush in a new light, from walking safaris that focus on the wider ecosystem to boat trips that get you close to elephant, hippo and birdlife.
And, a big part of a safari is about where you stay. We work with the best camps and lodges across Africa, from simple tented camps to opulent lodges with the height of facilities, dining and service.
Our recommended safari destinations
Our safari specialists can help you plan your trip, individually focusing on your tastes and interests, to the destinations below.
Our recommended safari itinerary ideas
Our itinerary ideas will give you a starting point for what your trip could entail. Treat them just as inspiration, as each trip is created uniquely for you and there are many more options available.
Our expert guides to choosing your safari
Penned by our specialists from their own travels, these guides aim to inspire you with suggestions of where to spend your safari. Giving tips for what to experience and recommendations for where to stay, we share our ideas for the best safari destinations to consider.
My travels in Africa, 2016
Visiting Zambia and South Africa, travel specialist Toby has captured the wildlife, people and scenery of these regions.
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