Custom African Safaris
Botswana’s vast wilderness offers some of the most prolific and diverse wildlife viewing in all of Africa, where the Kalahari Desert meets the Okavango Delta's life-supporting waterways and boundless savannas.
With some of the continent’s greatest concentrations of wild animals, Tanzania is duly famed as a top safari destination. Witness the migration on the Serengeti, explore Ngorongoro Crater, view huge herds of elephants in Tarangire, and more!
From the vast plains of the Maasai Mara to vistas of snowcapped Kilimanjaro, Kenya provides a striking backdrop for Africa’s most classic safari adventures. Follow the migration, track great prides of lion, scout for rhinoceros at Lewa—Kenya has it all!
From the massive African elephant to the sleek leopard, from squat rhinos to regal lions, the Big Five and more are on display in South Africa's iconic wildlife parks. Join us on exclusive private reserves for one of Africa’s greatest safari experiences.
Tiny Rwanda is a country of immense beauty. Its volcanic mountains, cloaked in rainforest, are one of the earth's last habitats for the highly endangered mountain gorilla—and gorilla-focused safari ecotourism is crucial for their continued survival.
Uganda is a microcosm of Africa's most mesmerizing scenery and wildlife. Rainforests shelter mountain gorillas and chimpanzees. Plains animals and predators roam the savannas. Rivers teem with hippo and crocodile. For amazing diversity, discover Uganda!
From parks teeming with wildlife to the profound silence of the desert, Namibia offers unsurpassed drama. For such a dry country, Namibia’s landscapes -- soaring dunes, the salt pans of Etosha, the wild Skeleton Coast -- are filled with surprising contrasts.
Zambia's mighty rivers, five huge lakes and 17 waterfalls, including Victoria Falls, sustain myriad wildlife in a variety of ecosystems. Experience the remote Zambian bush at its most authentic on a traditional walking safari, pioneered here.
In Zimbabwe’s lightly visited national parks, touch the African wilds as they were over a century ago—a raw landscape of powerful rivers, floodplains and rocky escarpments brimming with wildlife, including herds of elephant, rare wild dog and black rhinoceros.