Step out of the vehicle and onto the trail. If being active and adventurous is your style of travel, consider trekking through rainforest to come face to face with an endangered mountain gorilla in Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, canoe around pods of hippos in the Okavango Delta in Botswana, or watch thousands of wild beasts cross the crocodile infested Mara river in Kenya. Whatever the adrenaline rush you choose, indulge in the luxury of your lodge or camp at the end of the day, watch the sunset while sipping a cocktail and dine on world-class cuisine as you regale your fellow travelers with stories from your adventures.
For families, there’s no topping the adventure of an African wildlife safari. Big game is abundant, and we get amazingly close from our private camps and lodges, deep within the bush and far from city life. In a world of vanishing natural treasures, the chance for a family to experience Africa's wonders together is an unsurpassed gift. As you watch a cheetah sprint across the savanna or study the green glow of a hyena’s eyes at night, "wild life" takes on a whole new meaning! Travel is the world’s best education and nothing will broaden your child’s horizons like an African safari, unveiling new sensory thrills by the day.
Enjoy a full-service spa with Turkish bath and open-air yoga platform, a lagoon-like infinity pool, air-conditioned gym, a small museum with natural history curiosities in Africa’s wild savannah. In addition to the restaurant, guests can also reserve meals in a romantic roof-top seating area with pillow-strewn sofas and Oriental carpets set around a dining table with uninhibited views of endless flora and fauna. How about a flying photographic safari? Carried out in an executive class Cessna Grand Caravan based at Nairobi's Wilson Airport, the trips feature stops in Amboseli, Meru and Maasai Mara national parks, with optional extensions to Diani Beach on the Kenyan coast or Zanzibar in neighboring Tanzania. You can take it a notch higher to ultra-extravagance in a sprawling manor house, its cottages and the entire 60,000-acre wild life conservancy entirely to yourself. You will never see another tourist, never see another minivan.
You are done attending that business conference at one of the Sheraton hotels in Africa. You have a day or two to spare before you fly back home. Several parks offer boundless opportunities to spot the famous African Big Five - Elephant, Leopard, Buffalo, Rhino and of course Lion. Day safaris are conducted in open 4 x 4 safari vehicles. The day trip is an ideal tour as it provides for a good overall experience at a relaxed pace. You will experience the savannah’s natural beauty, capture boastful wildlife photographs and have amazing African wildlife encounters. With so much on offer, a full day safari is the best way to experience the park if you have limited time and want to learn more about the park from a knowledgeable guide.
Honeymoons and weddings in Africa are wildly romantic. Candlelit dinners on safari surrounded by the African bush or a sprawling white sands beach. Every honeymoon couple has one thing in common – the requirement that their honeymoon should be perfect. This obviously means different things to different people! Some want a rustic, authentic wilderness experience (bucket showers and no electricity), while others want chic, stylish, sophisticated luxury (fine dining and spa treatments). Large resort hotel or small boutique guesthouse? Pure chillout relaxation or adrenaline-pumping adventure? …or both! This is where our skill and experience in tailor-making itineraries becomes incredibly important. We don’t sell ‘off the shelf’ honeymoons; every single trip we arrange is tailored very specifically to your requirements and tastes (and budget!). We will help you understand all the various options and permutations for your African honey moon or wedding, and we will keep tweaking until we have an itinerary that is perfect for you.
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