Join us for an amazing Safari through Namibia, one of the most scenic countries in Africa. We will visit Etosha and Namib Naukluft National Parks as well as Erindi Private Game Reserve which offers brilliant game viewing which include Elephant, Lion, Leopard, Black and White Rhino, African Wild Dog, Giraffe, Zebra, the majestic Oryx and more than 500 species of birds. From a cultural side we will spend time with the San Bushmen, Himba and Damara tribes and visit some of the most scenic landscapes in the world. This safari is a brilliant mixture of game viewing, culture and scenic landscapes.
Namibia... October 11 to 25, 2019
This East African country epitomizes the safari experience. Tanzania’s magnificent landscapes and its abundance of wildlife will delight your sense of exploration and adventure. Traveling in land cruisers through a wildlife rich environment provides many opportunities to spot the “Big Five”, as well as the grazing plain’s animals. Highlights of the tour include a visit to the Serengeti where the great wildebeest migration occurs and game drives in Ngorongoro Crater, the largest unbroken ancient caldera in the world. The last few days are spent on Zanzibar Island in the Indian Ocean, an island that boasts rich history and magnificent beaches, a relaxing way to end what promises to be an exciting adventure.
Currently we don't have a schedule tour, however we can customize a private tour for you.
Located in southern Africa, Angola is the seventh largest country on the continent. It is bordered by Namibia to the south, the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the north, Zambia to the east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. The diverse ethnic communities – the Ovimbundu, Ambundu, Bakongo, Chokwe, Mbunda and other peoples – to varying degrees maintain their own cultural traits, traditions and languages. Slightly more than half of the population now lives in the cities and there you will find a mixed culture that has been emerging since colonial times; in Luanda, since its foundation in the 16th century. In this urban culture, the Portuguese heritage has become more and more dominant. African roots are evident in music and dance, and are moulding the way in which Portuguese is spoken. This process is well reflected in contemporary Angolan literature, especially in the works of Angolan authors. This tour will explore a land that the modern world has yet to touch. Inland, the landscape becomes almost endless plains. You will meet multiple tribal groups following time-honoured traditions including the hunter-gatherer and of course the Himba, those icons of southern Africa, and here they are far less modernized than their counterparts in Namibia.
Angola...May 18 to 28, 2019