South Africa
From Kruger National Park to the Garden Route, and Cape Town to Cape Winelands, South Africa is one of the most diverse and exciting places on earth.
Botswana
From bush walks with the Sans tribe to walking safaris through the Makgadikgadi Pans, Botswana visitors experience the perfect mix of culture and wildlife.
Zimbabwe
Home to the mighty Zambezi River, Victoria Falls, Hwange National Park, and Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe is highly acclaimed for its rich wildlife diversity.
Zambia
As the leading walking safari destination, Zambia has been attracting visitors to its Lower Zambezi Park and Luangwa National Park for decades.
Uganda
Famous for its large populations of mountain gorilla, rolling terrain, and plentiful wildlife, Uganda is completely unique from any other country in Africa.
Tanzania
Undoubtedly one of Africa’s most beautiful countries, Tanzania’s landscape is flourishing with magnificent wildlife and filled with unexplored regions.
Rwanda
For the true adventurer who wants to follow in the footsteps of the 19th-century explorers, Rwanda is a must-visit destination.
Namibia
From the desert to the coastline, Namibia offers visitors a wealth of opportunities to explore the desert-adapted wildlife and unique terrain of the area.
Mozambique
Mozambique provides visitors with a vast territory to explore ancient legends and history, as well as culture and nature.
Kenya
Home to some of the most beautiful reserves and national parks in the world, Kenya is by far one of the most popular destinations in East Africa.
Madagascar
To the surprise of many people, 90% of Madagascar’s wildlife is endemic and can be found nowhere else on earth, making it one of the world’s most unique destinations.