Grand new adventures.

Begin your journey through Africa's breathtaking landscapes and transform the ordinary into the extraordinary.

The Okavango Delta

Botswana remains Africa’s most authentic wilderness and the Jewel in the Crown of wildlife safaris and conservation. Here, the vast sands of the Kalahari Desert enclose and capture the Okavango River on its journey east to form an inland delta. The Okavango Delta, now a UNESCO Heritage Site, is home to probably one of the largest arrays of animal and bird to be seen in Africa today.

Environmentally friendly tented camps, accessible by air, allow one to explore the myriad waterways and islands on a voyage of discovery and self-discovery.

The Skeleton Coast & Etosha

The San (Bushman) hunters of old who roamed this land called Namibia “A land God made in Anger.” Yet this harsh description belies its rugged beauty and remoteness. The endless plains, savannahs, mountains and its wide horizons, quite unlike anywhere else in Africa, lead travelers to a sense of awe and a tranquility of the soul.

 The secrets of nature revealed by the Skeleton Coast, the vast animal kingdom of Etosha and the sand dunes of the Namib-Rand are a privilege indeed.

Hwange & The Mighty Zambezi

From a humble spring thousands of miles away in Angola the Zambezi River swells and tumbles into lava fault line over 350 feet deep as the Victoria Falls. Known to the local inhabitants as “Mosi-oa-Tunya,” or the smoke that thunders, the falls are a “must- see” for any safari-goer to Africa.

Nearby is Hwange – home to some of the largest elephant herds in Africa, and endangered species such as Sable and Roan antelope. The intrepid traveler can follow the Zambezi east as it enters the immense Lake Kariba and further towards the escarpment gorges of Mana Pools.

The Serengeti Plains & The Giant Tuskers

Witness one of the greatest wildlife spectacles in the world with the mass migration of wildebeest, zebra and attendant predators as the cross the vast plains of the Serengeti. Spurred on by the rains bringing flourishing grasses, the animals give new birth during their trek from south to north and back.

Further south, at the shores of Lake Manyara and Tarangiri National Parks, witness another miracle at Chem Chem where dedicated conservationists have re-established the ancient corridor linking the two reserves. After decades of being blocked by human development, the giant elephant herds of Tarangiri can now re-trace their pathway to reach the precious waters of Lake Manyara.

Presiding, in the distance, over all this awe-inspiring natural beauty is the unfailing and impressive Mount Kilimanjaro. Africa’s snow-capped highest peak stands as a welcoming beacon to this amazing land and it’s friendly people.