African Safari Tours – Southern Africa
Taking you on safari to the Botswana bush taking you on voyages of discovery in Namibia escorting you on bus excursions around South Africa trekking the legendary walking trails of South Luangwa, Zambia see Victoria Falls and tour Zimbabwe experience unbelievable wildlife and wilderness get to know Africa’s communities with cultural experiences with the Himba and San find yourself on endless horizons of sand and desert climb mountains – walk with Africa’s giants – cruise big rivers – get eco-active work with our happy and unbiased travel experts and start planning your African safari today
No doubt about it, Botswana is blessed with an abundance of natural beauty, prolific wildlife and birdlife.
The Okavango delta with diversity of flora and fauna ensures excellent wildlife sightings all year round. Predators aplenty from lion, cheetah, hyaena, leopard to wild dog.
The second largest wildlife reserve in the world is the Central Kalahari Game reserve; clear unpolluted skies offers the visitor brilliant star-gazing opportunities.
Interact with the San people who live in the reserve and learn about their traditional way of life still practised today.
Famous for its large concentration of elephants and Cape Buffalo; the Chobe river is also a magnet for bird lovers.
The big country with ancient deserts, really really big dunes, supreme wildlife sanctuaries and a whole lot more in between.
Deep and rugged canyons compete with rugged and long coast lines of shipwrecks and seal colonies.
Cultural heritage and history mixes with European influenced cities.
Challenge your driving skills in the unforgiving arid region of Damaraland and Kaokoveld on a self drive tour.
Dotted in the Caprivi region are numerous game reserves with diverse and unusual game such as roan and red lechwe.
Fishing is excellent. Relive the diamond era at the ghost town of Kolmanskop and the wild horses at Aus
Rated as a “world in one” with each province offering something unique for all its visitors.
Western Cape and the mother city of Cape Town : wine tasting, whale watching, follow the scenic Garden Route, stroll around Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, indulge in some retail therapy at the V & A Waterfront.
The Eastern Cape boasts numerous game reserves, wild coasts, and ostrich farms. See fascinating dripstone formations at the Cango Caves.
Mpumalanga – gateway to the Kruger National Park and the Panorama Route. The North West Province beckons with its world heritage site at Credefort Dome and Taung Fossil Site, malaria-free game reserves and the family resort of Sun City.
Home of the magnificent Victoria Falls and 16 other waterfalls, rivers, lakes, waterways, vast open landscapes, remote and wild game parks, cultural colourful festivals.
Home of the legendary walking safari, South Luangwa offers the some of the most dense concentrations of animals in Africa.
Experience for yourself over 60 different animal species and more than 400 bird species.
Take a canoe safari in the Lower Zambezi National Park for close up experiences with the parks’ wildlife.
At Livingstone take a helicopter flip over the Mosi oa Tunya then enjoy all the activities in Africa’s adventure capital.
Its not just about Victoria Falls; the whole of Zim has much to offer the traveller. Access has never been more easy with daily flights to Vic Falls and Harare.
Cruise, canoe or enjoy superb tiger-fishing on one of the many houseboats on lake Kariba. Hike the Eastern Highlands from Nyanga down to Chimanimani. The Matopos and its mountains of granite stretch endlessly across the horizon. Zimbabwe is wild-life rich with numerous national parks.
For the adrenalin adventurer Victoria Falls is the place to be. Dive with predators, take on the Zambezi rapids on a rafting trip, swing through the Batoka Gorge.
Delve the history of a lost civilisation at the Great Zimbabwe Ruins.
When the bucket list keeps getting longer and you really need to get more out of your travels to Africa.
Browse this category of safaris to South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Zambia.
These cross-border packages offer a wide range to choose from starting from a few days up to 22 days; from budget to luxury.
Pick up points vary from Cape Town, travelling via Botswana and Namibia and finishing at Victoria Falls, or start Vic Falls and end in the mother City.
Travel out of season and enjoy good value specials from Botswana to Zambia.