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3 Days - Tsavo East & Taita Hills Safari

A short wildlife safari in a pop up roof Jeep in Southern Kenya. Perfect as add on to your beach holiday in Mombasa.

 Duration of TourDuration
 3 Days, 2 Nights
 Tour Group SizeGroup Size
 up to 4 guests
 Best Time to TravelBest Time
 June - October

6 Days - Tanzania Wildlife Safari

A wildlife safari escape that allows you to explore and bring you up close and personal with both big and small creatures and offers lots of photographic prospects and great learning and discovering opportunities in some of the best wildlife-abundant areas of Tanzania.

 Duration of TourDuration
 6 Days, 5 Nights
 Tour Group SizeGroup Size
 Best Time to TravelBest Time
 All year around

7 Days - Five National Park Honeymoon Safari

A stunning wildlife safari visiting the Aberdare National Park, Lake Nakuru, Masai Mara National Park, Lake Naivasha and Amboseli National Park. Suitable as a luxury Honeymoon package too.

 Duration of TourDuration
 7 Days, 6 Nights
 Tour Group SizeGroup Size
 Best Time to TravelBest Time
 June - October

8 Days - Migration Safari to Grumeti River

This Migration safari to Grumeti River in the western corridor of the Serengeti takes advantage of the great migration when the area is bursting with wildlife, including nomadic predators from other drier parts of the Serengeti visiting this popular area to ensure their own survival.

 Duration of TourDuration
 8 Days, 7 Nights
 Tour Group SizeGroup Size
 Best Time to TravelBest Time
 May to Mid July

8 Days - Migration Safari to Mara River

A Migration safari to Mara river tales in some of the best natural sites in Tanzania offering fantastic photographic opportunities culminate in an exciting chance to watch thousands of migrating wildebeest and zebras as they attempt to cross vast body of water the mighty Mara River.

 Duration of TourDuration
 8 Days, 7 Nights
 Tour Group SizeGroup Size
 Best Time to TravelBest Time
 July to September

Absolute Zambia Safaris

Absolute Zambia Safaris 

Based in Chipata, our owner-managed tour operator, Absolute Zambia Safaris, specializes in bespoke and private guided tours and safaris in Zambia and travels in Southern Africa, including Botswana, Malawi, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe, also off the beaten track. 

We have founded the company after extensive travels throughout our beautiful country Zambia and grew our passion for Zambia and Africa through multiple visits from various African countries, and would like to share our passion and experience with you. 

Our knowledgeable  and well experienced team plans and designs a dream safari for you, ranging from a family bush and beach holiday in Malawi, an exclusive fly-in safari for a honeymoon in Botswana or cultural tours in Zambia to canoe safari adventures, self-drive camping safaris in Zimbabwe or Namibia and private, guided photographic safaris, to name a few. 

We are your fully independent and self-sufficient agent during the planning and execution of your custom safari trip in Zambia and beyond. That is why we do not direct you to a particular place. We cater to a wide range of tastes and our main aim is to create a safari that meets your needs while staying within your budget and interests.

Africa Nature Photography and Safaris

Africa Nature Photography and Safaris 

Jambo! We are Africa Nature Photography and Safaris, your travel experts who craft unforgettable adventures and private safaris in Tanzania. We invite you, your family and all your friends to come and explore the wilderness areas of this beautiful country, its abundant wildlife as well as the warm hospitality of Tanzanian people, and make wonderful memories to cherish forever. 

All our safari programs can be customized based around you, your interests, travel preferences, budget and time frame. We pride ourselves in designing safari itineraries matching the movement of the animals in the destinations that you have chosen to travel. Our experienced photo oriented team offer the best African photo safari tours in Tanzania and our guides provide the perfect opportunity for every participant to discover, photograph and treasure the most prized and abundant wildlife areas in our beautiful east African country. 

Some of Our Destinations 

The Serengeti National Park - Feel the pulse of the plains as you witness millions of wildebeest and zebras thunder across the Serengeti, whilst enjoying the finest hospitality and superb crowd-free wildlife viewing. Simply one of the best safari experiences, this migration safari to Grumeti River in the western corridor of the Serengeti takes advantage of the great migration when the area is bursting with wildlife, including nomadic predators from other drier parts of the Serengeti visiting this popular area to ensure their own survival. Alternatively, join one of our exclusive Serengeti photo safari tours designed specifically for nature and photography enthusiast wishing to explore and photograph wildlife as well as the stunning scenery of one of the best destinations for wildlife photography on earth - The Serengeti National Park, and surrounds. 

The Ngorongoro Crater offers some of the greatest wildlife viewing and photography opportunities to one of the world’s most astonishing and renowned natural wonders. The vastness and beautiful setting of this distinctive eco-system are truly overwhelming and the best place to visit. This wildlife safari provides one of the best opportunities in Africa to view black rhino, which tends to spend their time on the crater floor. Another big draw is the dense population of predators, which include lions, hyenas, jackals and small cats. We will also visit the hippo pool near the Mandusi Swamp, Lake Magadi in the southwestern corner which is one of the main features of the crater, the Lerai forest and more. 

Tarangire National Park - Only a few wildlife sanctuaries anywhere in the continent are able to offer characteristically African natural environments of the kind to be seen throughout this national park. The woodlands are dotted with gigantic baobabs trees and some of the most essential icons of Africa’s wildlife can be found easily; plenty of migratory mammals typical of the plains, big herds of elephants and buffalos as well as the big cats and mighty predators. 

About Our Safaris 

If you are looking for the best safaris in Tanzania, then our wide choices of safari itineraries are impossible to beat. With a great mix of stunning national parks and brilliant game viewing locations, we are sure to give you that once-in-a-lifetime experience. 

We have got a great selection of extraordinary tours for you to choose from, allowing you to see a wide variety of wildlife in their natural habitat, watching in awe as wildebeests cross the endless plains of the Serengeti during the famous migration that will leave an indelible imprint on your memory from your holiday in Tanzania. 

Each one of our safari destinations offers unique opportunities to explore on a genuine African Safari. We can work with you to tailor-make the perfect safari to your liking.

Africa Travel Co

Africa Travel Co. 

One of Africa’s leading tour companies for African Adventure Tours. Since 1990 and with 3 operational bases in Cape Town, Nairobi and Victoria Falls, Africa Travel Co. is a completely African based adventure safari company which has operated overland adventures throughout Southern and East Africa.

We are one of the BEST established overland tour companies in Africa. This experience, combined with our professional attitude, has resulted in forming secure relationships with reputable travel agents and wholesalers worldwide who support and recommend us knowing that we offer a quality product and unbeatable service in everything we do. 

Our Adventure Tours 

Whether it is an overland trip, a family holiday or private safari, we offer you an African adventure tour to remember. Travelling from 2 to 56 days, we visit the highlights of Africa with guaranteed departures all year round. 

We operate a fleet of specially built safari vehicles in 10 Eastern and Southern African countries, such as Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi and Uganda as well as Namibia, South Africa, Botswana and Zimbabwe. You will find lots of space for your comfort in our vehicles and their height provides excellent game viewing. 

Our great value for money scheduled camping trips are accompanied by three crew members - a mechanically sound driver, enthusiastic and a knowledgeable trip leader as well as a safari chef who offers an extensive and varied bush menu. 

Let us introduce you to a wide range of African adventure tours through Africa's ever-changing landscape. Most of our trips operate in both a north and a southbound direction, offering you the flexibility to fly into the most convenient departure point. If a southbound trip is fully booked you can enquire about the same trip in a northbound direction. With our frequent guaranteed departure dates there definitely is no shortage of choice of how and from where to travel with us. 

Each year sees us introduce new and innovative itineraries which offer you a true African experience that benefits the local communities as well. It is important to choose a company that is based in the countries you plan to travel through. We are very “hands-on” with what is happening in and around Southern and East Africa and can provide comprehensive local back up to all our operations. We are also a registered company in five of the 10 countries we travel through. 

We buy our provisions along the way as well as employ local people/operators as crew and for optional activities on the road and to operate our regional offices, thus contributing to the local economy and businesses of the countries we operate in. Travelling with a knowledgeable African crew also provides you with a true insight into the African culture and environment. We are sensitive to local cultures and our crew are on hand to advise on appropriate behaviour and dress, where relevant.

African Hartebeest Safaris

African Hartebeest Safaris 

Welcome to enchanting East Africa! A region with vast holiday options, rich wildlife, captivating beaches, historical monuments and most of all the cradle-coinage of safari which suggests a plethora of destinations to explore with Nairobi-based African Hartebeest Safaris. 

At African Hartebeest Safaris, we have lined up authentic experiences fit for all pocket sizes, all with a goal of delivering an experience of a lifetime. 

African Hartebeest offers a wholesome and distinct insight into the wonders of Africa’s amazingly diverse landscapes, wildlife, history and cultural heritage. Our expeditions are crafted by a diverse family and team born-bred in Africa, who love the continent and care to deliver the finest tour experiences from a native perspective. 

This natural advantage allows us to introduce and discern to travellers with shared interests the varied authenticity of Africa: from its people, breathtaking beauty and the power of raw life to its unforgettable sense of wilderness as well as the outback sovereignty. 

African Hartebeest Safaris cares for people and the environment, and because of this, we have integrated responsible tourism in our programs, investing resources in wildlife conservation efforts, environment conservation and the wellbeing of indigenous cultural communities. We support the plastic ban campaign in Kenya, especially in the game parks. 


Our destinations include Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda with many tour and safari packages available, such as Mount Kenya climbing, safaris in Tanzania, gorilla trekking in Uganda, Maasai Mara camping safaris or hiking trips to remote highlands and walking safaris as well as cultural tours in Kenya amongst others. 

Or perhaps choose to indulge in unmatched tailor-made air safari packages that will leave you yearning for more and more. Designed to ensure you get value for money, these safaris will be a pure bliss and will take a minimum of 24 hours of your time. Get your sun glasses as well as your camera and be ready for this exhilarating journey with us.

Chikunto Safari Lodge

Chikunto Safari Lodge 

Located within the South Luangwa National Park, Chikunto Safari Lodge is less than an hour's drive from the Mfuwe gate. Flanked by rolling plains, plateaus, river banks and miombo vegetation our lodge is situated in an area of distinctive natural beauty, renowned for the density and variety of its animal and bird sightings - especially the normally-elusive leopard. 

Our Accommodation 

Enjoy a luxury safari experience in untouched wilderness set along the iconic Luangwa River. Our small game lodge offers 5 luxurious, raised safari tents with covered verandas as well as a thatched main area with a cosy bar and dining area. 

Consider upgrading to the amazing Combination and Sleep Out & Stargazing Suite - experience a private sundowner and dinner up on the spacious elevated deck before falling asleep under the stars in the super-comfortable king size bed. 

After safari activities, relax in the pool with panoramic views of the river or spend some time watching the animals in the new photographic hide overlooking the onsite waterhole.  

We also offer massage treatments; stay connected with friends and family via Starlink Broadband. 

For direct accommodation bookings please visit our website or click on the convenient link "Rates & Online Bookings" link in the Additional Details section. 

About the Area 

Zambia, especially the Luangwa Valley, is famous for its incredible walking safaris. Here, our guests discover the environment on foot, enjoying eye-opening and exciting sightings. Experts have dubbed the South Luangwa one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world. The concentration of game around the Luangwa River and its oxbow lagoons is among the most productive in Africa, and is frequently referred to as "The Valley of the Leopard". 

The countryside in the Luangwa Valley is remarkable. The vegetation is characterized by riverine forest which is wonderfully green all year round. The South Luangwa National Park offers spectacular wildlife viewing and is recognized as one of the best parks in Africa to encounter the elusive leopard. Elephants abound and expansive herds of buffalo are often seen. The Luangwa River is home to crocodile and sizeable pods of hippo. 

One of the most well-known endemic species in the Luangwa Valley is the Thorneycroft's giraffe. Their distinctive pattern consists of large, irregular shaped brown to black patches separated by white to yellow bands.

Hopewell Private Game Reserve

Hopewell Private Game Reserve 

Situated close to the Addo Elephant National Park and in South Africa’s beautiful Eastern Cape, Hopewell Private Game Reserve is easily accessible. We are a 30 minute drive from Colchester and a 50 minute road trip from Gqeberha’s airport (previously Port Elizabeth). 

Our secluded Hopewell Lodge has sweeping views over the grassland and forest that typify the beauty of this diverse region. Perfectly positioned for panoramic views and designed to blend into the hilly landscape, our spacious African game lodge is perched above the elephants’ favourite watering hole, with a viewing deck which provides the ideal spot for afternoon cocktails and to enjoy our sumptuous meals. 

Our Accommodation 

The lodge is largely built from local stone. Furnished in contemporary safari style with a focus on comfort and relaxation, it is airy and light, with thatch to insulate against the African summer heat as well as fireplaces to ward off cooler nights in winter. 

There are two comfortable lounges, a dining area for the days when weather does not permit al fresco dining, and an intimate conference room. The upstairs lounge has the lodges only television and the downstairs lounge is home to the bar. 

We provide luxurious and stylish accommodation to a very limited number of guests. Connected to the lodge by a series of pathways and steps, there are four luxury suites named Buffalo, Nguni, Zebra and Rhino which are secluded in their own private patch of bush with sweeping views across the valley below. Each suite has a wide deck with an umbrella, deck chairs and sun loungers as well as plunge pools except for the Nguni Suite. The Nguni Suite though has a fabulous private bush gazebo with views over the waterhole below. 

The open-plan interior of the suites flows seamlessly from a luxurious lounge to the sleeping area to the open bathroom. The rooms are light and spacious with large sliding doors that open onto the deck. The suites are not only luxurious but romantic too. Each room has a large fireplace between the bed and the large bath tub which has been placed close to the glass wall allowing for excellent views into the African bush. 

Our Safaris 

Thanks to our exclusivity, your guided safari is not disturbed by large groups of other game vehicles and viewers. Our proximity to the ocean also ensures that we are the only game reserve in the region to have thick grasslands interspersed with tall trees. This allows for unparalleled game viewing.

Hopewell Private Game Reserve exists on reclaimed farm land which, generations ago, was the natural environment of the Big Five and a host of other big game but was overtaken by farming. Our private Eden covers a 6600-acre reserve where the owners have made a principled conservation investment to restore and regenerate the farm land to its natural state. 

On a safari today, just as 250 years ago, you are likely to encounter elephants, buffalos, hippos, cheetahs, giraffes, zebras, leopard, warthogs, various antelopes and indigenous species that have been carefully re-introduced to maintain a balanced eco-system. By visiting our Hopewell Private Game Reserve you too are helping to preserve Africa’s natural beauty.

Indigo Safaris

Indigo Safaris 

Creating tailor-made trips designed to make your precious spare time the holiday of a lifetime has been Indigo Safaris' passion since 2009.

Indigo Safaris has specialised in safari, diving, trekking, and tribal trips for almost a decade. Set up and run by ex-Field Guide, Adventure Traveller, and Underwater Photojournalist Christopher Bartlett, the management team is completed by Ines Moosmann, a safari specialist with 16 years' experience garnered in Germany and London.

We provide impartial expert advice

Our Managing Director is a qualified guide and tour leader with 15 years’ experience and has led tours all over southern and eastern Africa. Combined, our small sales team of four has over 50 years Africa expertise up their sleeves, and we keep learning, spending up to six months a year on the road, checking up on current suppliers and potential new ones. We have visited the vast majority of the properties we send our clients to have been to every reserve and national park we promote, with Malawi being the notable exception (where we work with a very experienced ground handler).

We’ve got your back

Our network of contacts and suppliers is well-nurtured, and we keep a close eye on the quality and value-for-money of services provided. On the rare accessions that an issue arises, no matter how small, we know who to call. In the event of a serious problem we can be contacted anytime from early morning to late evening, though an elephant emptying your splash pool at 1AM is best referred to the lodge staff, as are mysterious nocturnal noises outside your tent.

We love the destinations we promote

We are incredibly passionate about all of the places we work with, especially our core areas of Africa and Papua New Guinea; their wildlife, their people and cultures, their histories, and their current challenges. We are a socially and environmentally conscious company. We are involved in wildlife conversation, marine conservation, human development, educational, and humanitarian projects across the continent, giving back around 30% of our net profits to a range of organisations and sponsorship programs.

Indigo Safaris Botswana

Indigo Safaris

Botswana specialist Indigo Safaris has a wide range of off-the-shelf and tailor-made tours with some excellent deals, from three days to three weeks.

A small, owner-operated safari company promoting ethical tourism in southern Africa with a strong focus on conservation and giving back to communities and wildlife with two decades of Botswana travel experience, we know the best lodges and camps in each price range.

About Botswana

​Botswana is a land of dramatic contrasts - from the crystal-clear waters of the Okavango Delta and its fringe areas to the large elephant herds in the Chobe National Park and the unpredictable Savute Channel, which runs dry and floods seemingly at random. Blessed with some of Africa's most beautiful subtropical wilderness reserves and an array of exceptional wildlife, Botswana is an unforgettable safari destination.

The Okavango Delta is a magical oasis - water in the desert is a truly spectacular sight. The wide, grassy floodplains are host to a magnificent range of wild animals, including the specially adapted sitatunga and lechwe antelopes. Chobe National Park is famed for having Africa's largest single concentration of elephant, while Moremi Game Reserve is renowned for its brilliant birdlife. Despite it's arid nature, Savuti's waterholes are a magnet for wildlife. The less-heralded but prolific Khwai is one of our favourite spots; the landscapes of Makgadikgadi and Nxai Pans are unique, and the Central Kalahari has a wonderful sense of isolation and is splendid for discovering the lifestyle of the oldest ethnic group on the planet, the San.

Livingstone accommodation is mainly along the river, and mid-range to high-end, with an excellent selection of activities to choose from, some of which are included; canoeing upstream of the falls, sundowner river cruises, steam train dinners, walking safari in Mosi-wa-Tunya national park. For a bit of adrenaline, you can add Helicopter or microlight flights over the falls and down the gorge, whitewater rafting, bungee jumping and gorge swings, or a dip in Devil's Pool at the top of the falls in the dry season.

The main ports of entry are Lusaka and Livingstone international airport, from where you will be transferred by road or light aircraft to the individual destinations.

Indigo Safaris Kenya

Indigo Safaris

East Africa specialist Indigo Safaris has a wide range of off-the-shelf and tailor-made safaris as well as beach stays with some excellent deals and discounts, from 3 days to 3 weeks.

A small, owner-operated safari company promoting ethical tourism with a strong focus on conservation and two decades of experience, we know the best accommodation in each area and price range.

About Kenya

​Kenya is generally considered the birthplace of the African safari. It is majestic Africa, offering immensely diverse scenery – from the palm-fringed beaches of the Indian Ocean in the East to rainforests in the West, immense fresh water lakes, desert landscapes and vast plains of savannah. All this is dominated by the Great Rift Valley which bisects the country from North to South and in the centre are the highlands, overlooked by Mount Kenya and the Aberdare Mountain range.

Culturally, Kenya is as diverse and home to many different ethnic groups. They range from the Swahili on the East Coast where Arabic culture has had the greatest influence in shaping Swahili traditions to the pastoralist Masai and Samburu, the El Molo fisherman along the shores of Lake Turkana and the agricultural Kikuyu of the central highlands. This Eastafrican country, however, is ultimately renowned as a premier wildlife destination and you do not have to travel far from its capital Nairobi to see wildlife here.

The world famous Maasai Mara in the South West, is a mere 4 hours’ drive and 45 minutes flight from Nairobi. It is here that the legendary annual Wildebeest migration of up to 2 million Wildebeest and Zebra arrive around August, from the Serengeti plains in neighbouring Tanzania. They stay here for a couple of months, generally until mid-October when they begin their journey south to Tanzania and fresh new grasslands after the rain has fallen.

But it is not all about the migration. Kenya, with its abundant wildlife in its many and diverse game areas offers the most memorable and spectacular wildlife encounters, from lions & leopards hunting antelope on the plains of the game rich Maasai Mara to elephants drinking at waterholes in Tsavo; Grevy's zebra, the long-necked gerenuk, Beisa oryx, the striking reticulated giraffe in the arid country of Laikipia, Samburu and Shaba; Amboseli with its picture postcard back-drop of Mount Kilimanjaro; the shimmering waters of the Rift Valley Lakes, at certain times of the year, home to millions of pink-hued flamingos and Lake Turkana with massive Nile crocodiles breeding in its waters.

The main ports of entry are Lusaka and Livingstone international airport, from where you will be transferred by road or light aircraft to the individual destinations.

Indigo Safaris Kruger Park

Indigo Safaris

Kruger Private Reserve specialist Indigo Safaris has a wide range of off-the-shelf and tailor-made tours with some excellent deals.

A small, owner-operated safari company promoting ethical tourism with a strong focus on conservation and giving back to communities and wildlife with over 20 years of experience, we know the best lodges and camps in each price range and offer add-ons to Vic Falls and Cape Town, and beach breaks.

About Kruger Park 

'The Kruger' is possibly the best-known safari destination in the world. Established in 1898, The Greater Kruger Park extends over some 22,000 square km (8,500 sq. miles). That’s the size of Wales or Massachusetts. It supports a total of 145 mammal species, 500 bird species, and 110 reptile species, including an estimated 13,000 elephants, 40,000 buffalo, 2000 lions and lots of rhinos. We aren’t allowed to say how many, but it is lots and lots.

The Greater Kruger Park is comprised of the Kruger National Park (KNP) and a number of private reserves next to the KNP. The fences between the private reserves and the KNP came down 23 years ago allowing the animals to move freely.

The KNP is managed by Sanparks, a government-run organisation, and covers about 80% of the total area. Tarmac roads run through the middle of it, there are numerous large rest camps, of which at least half a dozen have over 100 one to four-bedroom units, camping sites, and fast food restaurants catering to self-drive clients - not the kind of safari experience we promote to our clients and hence, we do not sell any of the government-run rest camps, but only very few, selected camps on private concessions within the Kruger National Park. Apart from that, we focus on the private game reserves adjacent to the KNP, which deliver a much better experience.

The private reserves are managed by groups made up of small lodges and camps. Many lodges and camps only have between six and twelve one-bedroom chalets or luxury tents. No self-driving is permitted, there are no tarmac roads, and vehicle movements are carefully managed, for a much more authentic safari experience.

We can arrange fully-inclusive safaris in the Greater Kruger, typically from 2 to 6 nights in length, with pick-ups and drop-offs from Johannesburg airport, which can also include the scenic Panorama Route, or one of the regional airports such as Hoedspruit or Nelspruit. For the more discerning client we also offer charter flights directly into the private game reserves. We work with a range of accommodation, from tented camps to luxury lodges, with game drives conducted by experienced guides in specialised open-sided safari vehicles, perfect for game-viewing, and half-day walking safaris with armed rangers. All the lodges have a watering hole, river, or lake, meaning that there is good chance of seeing wildlife when you are not out on safari too. Many lodges are also unfenced, so having interesting visitors around the grounds is not uncommon.

Of course it is possible to combine reserves. The landscapes of the individual reserves do slightly differ and combination itineraries with two or three nights in one reserve, then two or three in another are the best way of getting a variety of experiences and discovering different habitats. It also makes it easier to spend some time in the higher-priced lodges without blowing all your budget in three nights.

Indigo Safaris Namibia

Indigo Safaris 

Namibia specialist Indigo Safaris has a wide range of off-the-shelf and tailor-made tours with some excellent deals on self-drive trips, private or group guided trips and flying safaris. 

A small, owner-operated safari company promoting ethical tourism in southern Africa with the focus on conservation and giving back to communities and wildlife with over 20 years of Namibia travel experience, we know the best lodges and camps in each price range. 

Tours in Namibia 

Namibia, the driest country in sub-Saharan Africa is where you find the oldest desert and some of the oldest ethnic groups on the planet. A country twice the size of Germany but with just a fraction of the population. It is is the place to go to if your focus is not mainly on wildlife, but also on breathtaking landscapes, history and culture; and certainly if you want to avoid crowded places. Namibia also differs the most from all other African safari countries and is probably the one that offers the widest variety in experiences. 

The highlights of any first Namibia trip are climbing the world's highest dunes and enjoying the breath-taking scenery of Sossusvlei in the Namib Naukluft National Park, exploring the German coastal town of Swakopmund as well as the shipwrecks and the world's largest seal colony on the Skeleton Coast, and of course, tracking down big game combined with watching waterholes in Etosha National Park much frequented by African wildlife. 

For repeat clients and those who are keen to venture off a little further, we highly recommend to travel northwest to Damaraland, where you can find desert adapted wildlife and meet people from the nomadic Himbas. Or you travel all the way south to the second largest canyon in the world, the Fish River Canyon, and the costal area around Luederitz with the German, diamond mining ghost town of Kolmanskop. 

The stunning flora and fauna offers desert adapted antelope species like the oryxes, desert-dwelling elephants, lions, giraffes and rhinos that can be tracked on foot; cheetahs and leopards that can be seen up close at one of the many conservation projects, 2000-year-old Welwitschia Mirabilis and the very photogenic kokerbome (quiver tree) - just to mention the highlights. 

There is a similar variety in itineraries and accommodation. We have been to Namibia many times and met, tried and tested many different service providers, car hire companies, lodges of all price-levels, campsites and routes. Whether you want to drive yourself, be driven and accompanied by a private guide, join a guided group safari or a luxury fly-in safari, all of this is possible and we gladly give advise and provide you with your dream Namibian trip.

Indigo Safaris Zambia

Indigo Safaris

Zambia specialist Indigo Safaris has a wide range of off-the-shelf and tailor-made safaris with some excellent deals and discounts covering Vic Falls, Lower Zambezi, Kafue, Liuwa Plains, South Luangwa and North Luangwa.

A small, owner-operated safari company promoting ethical tourism with a strong focus on conservation and two decades of experience, we know the best accommodation in each area and price range.

About Zambia

​Zambia is one of the ultimate safari destinations in Southern Africa, away from the tourist crowds and sharing the breath-taking Victoria Falls with the neighbouring Zimbabwe. It features a large network of national parks. Permanent water sources like the Zambezi and the Luangwa River are animal magnets and a paradise for birders.

Zambia’s wildlife is outstanding in variety and numbers and well-known for its big cat population, wild dogs in growing numbers, and some of the biggest elephants we have ever seen. On top of that you can find some rare and unique species like the Thornicroft's giraffe in South Luangwa National Park and the Shoebill stork in the Bangweulu Wetlands. Zambia also hosts the world's largest bat migration in Kasanga National Park, for those who are after a wildlife adventure of a different kind.

Walking safaris were pioneered in Zambia and are highly recommended, either as a combination with your standard 4x4 safari or as your main safari experience. Another attraction is that night drives are allowed in all parks, providing a great opportunity to spot nocturnal species. River safaris are possible too and best on the Zambezi, but also possible on the Kafue River and in season on the Luangwa River. Accommodation is predominantly in small safari lodges and tented camps, which offer an authentic and personal bush experience.

Livingstone accommodation is mainly along the river, and mid-range to high-end, with an excellent selection of activities to choose from, some of which are included; canoeing upstream of the falls, sundowner river cruises, steam train dinners, walking safari in Mosi-wa-Tunya national park. For a bit of adrenaline, you can add Helicopter or microlight flights over the falls and down the gorge, whitewater rafting, bungee jumping and gorge swings, or a dip in Devil's Pool at the top of the falls in the dry season.

The main ports of entry are Lusaka and Livingstone international airport, from where you will be transferred by road or light aircraft to the individual destinations.

Inyati Game Lodge

Inyati Game Lodge 

Situated in the prestigious private Sabi Sand Reserve (Wildtuin) sharing a common unfenced boundary with the Kruger Park, our luxury Inyati Game Lodge is overlooking the lush, perennial Sand River and offers you the ultimate, exclusive safari experience combining diverse wildlife with authentic African hospitality. From the warm welcome upon arrival to our comfortable, child-friendly accommodation, hearty home-style cuisine and highly experienced game rangers and trackers, each of our guests departs with unforgettable memories and the imprint of Africa in their soul. 

Our game lodge is easily accessible by road and air and offers Big Five game viewing with unrivalled sightings of the usually elusive leopard. 

Our Accommodation 

We can accommodate a maximum of 25 guests maintaining the family ambience it has become renowned for. All our eight luxury standard chalets and the three luxury family rooms are air-conditioned and tastefully furnished with many modern amenities as well as offering uninterrupted views of the African bush at the Sand River. 


At Inyati the days are designed to thrill you with intimate wildlife encounters and the nights to delight you with the indulgence and romance of the African night. The reserve is not open to the general public. Therefore, each private lodge has exclusive traversing rights over their area. Our game rangers drive specially designed safari vehicles which are allowed off-road, ensuring you get exclusive and intimate game viewing opportunities. Apart from game drives and guided bush walks we offer many activities such as swimming, fishing, cultural community tours, workouts at the fully-equipped and air-conditioned on-site gym, stargazing and young rangers' programmes. 

Between the warm campfire, divine wine and delicious dishes, evenings on your safari are not just to enjoy dinner, it's a delightful experience in itself! 

Facilities and Services 

Unwind by the swimming pool which is situated adjacent to the bar / dining area or relax and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature on the sundowner and viewing deck overlooking the Sand River. 

Do you want to take a piece of Africa with home? Then browse through our on-site curio shop which stocks a range of local and other African curios and crafts. Where possible, we source products locally to help support and develop our communities. 

Set in tree tops at the Sand River and about 3 km from the main lodge, we also have a conference venue which offers the perfect facility to host intimate wedding ceremonies or corporate conferences with the focus on business meetings yet providing the setting for complete relaxation at the end of the day. 

Last but not least our services include Wi-Fi, free breakfast, airport transfer and housekeeping. 

Feel the African heartbeat at Inyati Game Lodge when at night wildlife sounds fill the star-studded sky. Lions roar, jackals howl and hyenas laugh - to which African drums respond.

Kagera Safaris Limited

Kagera Safaris Limited 

Planning an East African holiday trip? Based in Kampala, our Kagera Safaris Limited is an eco tourism destination management company offering memorable safaris and tours in Uganda and Rwanda as well as safaris through other East African countries, such as Kenya and Tanzania. 

Our safari experts have knowledge of the region and have visited all the destinations we share several times. We put together the best intimate experiences for you, give attention to detail and have relationships with leading accommodations delivering custom-made experiences for private tours and small group safaris.

Our different tours and experiences range from 6 to 26 days and include primates, chimpanzee and mountain gorilla trekking safaris in the national parks Kibale and Bwindi with its impenetrable forest, big game safaris in Akagera National Park, bird watching in three national parks and hiking safaris as well as cultural tours and experiences, such as a scenic village tour, with a visit to a blacksmith and a demonstration of traditional cooking, to name a few. 

Apart from a journey through the wilderness in Africa, combine a safari in Tanzania or Kenya with a beach holiday in Zanzibar or Mombasa. 

We are a small, hands-on company, committed to quality in all our endeavours and offer you itineraries that are well researched by our safari experts taking into account your interests and preferences. We encourage you to custom make your own itinerary with the guidance of our tour consultant. This ensures you get bespoke safari holidays that give you a memorable experience for you and your travel group of friends, family or workmates. 

We are looking forward to creating a distinctive and memorable holiday vacation in East Africa for you.

Kalahari Breeze Safaris

Kalahari Breeze Safaris 

Hand-made safaris in Botswana and southern Africa, designed for you by Kalahari Breeze Safaris, our small family company and locally owned tour operator in Maun, Botswana. Founded in 2014, we offer customized tours for private travellers or groups who can join us in Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Zambia, or on request also in South Africa. We are registered and licensed by Botswana Tourism and affiliated with HATAB (Hospitality and Tourism Association of Botswana). 

Our Tours 

We warmly welcome you in Africa and offer a wide range of authentic journeys into the wild as well as high quality safaris for every budget. 
Enjoy a luxurious fly-in lodge safari in Botswana. Go on a comfortable camping tour deep inside the African bush or do an organised self-drive tour through Namibia. Feel the adrenaline rush when bungy jumping from the bridge at Victoria Falls, white water rafting on the Zambezi, sky diving and quad biking in the Namib desert, or simply relax during a sunset cruise or Mokoro (dug out canoe) trip through the Okavango Delta. 

To support other small local businesses, we include where possible family businesses from local communities in our tours and operations. We offer them the market that they might find difficult to purchase. In return they show you their country and you will experience amazing scenery, wild African animals, birds and adventures which you never thought would be possible. This is the closest you can get to the African Bush and the most honest insights possible. 

We work with highly selected local companies and self-employed guides and support eco tourism, fair and conservational tourism. We partner with big companies, too. This way we can offer you a pure and authentic Africa experience with a personal touch away from mass tourism and without missing the comforts and luxury of high-end lodges. 

Our Services 

We have lots of experience in the tourism industry. By understanding the interests and needs of travellers, we make sure you enjoy your holiday to the fullest. Our strength is our customer service. We are by your side from the booking up to the end of your safari. We pick you up personally at the airport and take you on an unforgettable journey through our beautiful country. And, if you are interested, we show you the best restaurants and local meeting spots, too. 

See you in Africa! We are looking forward to making this the journey of your lifetime.