Viewing wildlife from a game vehicle is the most popular mode of safari transportation, however, it’s certainly not the only option. For travellers looking for a more immersive and authentic way of exploring Africa, walking safaris and horseback safaris are two excellent alternatives.
The Okavango Delta comprises more than 15,000 km² of watery paradise – a lush wilderness of papyrus, impenetrable reed beds, grassy floodplains, tree-covered islands and a complex network of water channels of varying depths, which are engineered and maintained by hippos and elephants – a place that should definitely be on your bucket list!
When it comes to going on a safari in Africa, you will soon discover that the selection of accommodation options is vast. From straw huts and mobile camps, to ultra-luxury hotels and lodges, your choice of where you’ll unload your bags will be influenced mainly by your needs and budget.
It’s not hard to see how Lupita Island Resort is considered to be one of the most exclusive holiday destinations on the planet – a jewel in the crown of Tanzania and its share of the beautiful Lake Tanganyika.
The Sunset Serenade concert, held at Kruger’s Mopani camp and surrounds, is a three day cultural and wildlife experience in support of anti-poaching
From seeing tree-climbing lions to relaxing on a river cruise – here are some reasons why you should visit the Ishasha Region of Uganda.
A photographic river journey down the Luangwa River that is the highlight of David Rodger’s year!
Is it possible to get to a safari lodge directly and quickly from an international flight? Tongabezi is the answer!
From walking trails to horseback riding in the wild, specialised safaris provide a unique experience in Botswana!
Amazing locations, unique experiences and awesome comfort levels, make these lodges the ultimate Tanzanian destinations.
A night under the African sky in your own private star-bed is more affordable than you think at Elephant’s Eye, Hwange.
Just three hours from the buzzing city of Johannesburg, in a little-known corner of South Africa, the Waterberg region awaits. Here are just 5 reasons why you should go wild for the Waterberg!
There is nothing quite like a game drive in the South Luangwa National Park, and we can boast that our slice of heaven is even more spectacular.
Packing for a safari, particularly if it is your first trip to the African wilderness, can be a daunting experience.
10 tips to ensure your safari is a memory that you will treasure forever.
Zimbabwe, wedged between Botswana and Mozambique, is a dream destination for walking safaris.
Escape the noise, hustle and bustle of the modern world at Elephant’s Eye, Hwange lodge.
Consider Botswana as the ultimate destination for your next romantic getaway.
The Amani spa at Bushtop Camps has been voted the best safari spa in Africa by the World Luxury Spa Awards
Tongabezi, Sindabezi, or Bi-Bezi? Luxury travel blogger, Misha from Wildluxe, sets out to discover Zambia’s most luxurious properties.
Aside from the yoga, the highlights of my stay at Londolozi, as hard as it is to choose, were the leopard sightings. Londolozi has a reputation for it’s leopards and boy do they deliver.
To the north, the skyline of Nairobi looms, as surreal as Manhattan seen from Central Park. Both parks are listed by Birdlife International as Important Bird Areas, vital oases for winged species.
Fly with Airlink to Nelspruit or to Skukuza, in the heart of Kruger National Park. Then connect onwards to magical Mozambique – creating the perfect Bush and Beach break!
Bookending Africa Geographic Travel’s Savuti Predator Safari with a trip to Hwange and Victoria Falls.
If you didn’t think your favourite childhood game of hide and seek could be applied in the bush, you may want to think again!
Private and group safaris both have their advantages and disadvantages – find out which one works best for you.
See some of the best beaches that Zanzibar has to offer and what makes it the ideal summer getaway.
For those with a passion for horse riding, a visit to Kaapsehoop Horse Trails is not something that should be missed.
Zara Tours has been bringing people to the wilds of Africa to experience the splendor of nature for three decades.
Kruger National Park offers travellers something truly special. Find out why some choose to return there year after year.
Explore bountiful Botswana by water and sky for some of the most amazing views in Southern Africa.
From an early morning game-drive to sundowners in the bush and a four-course dinner under the African sky. A day on safari is bound to be one of the best in your life.
Design the safari of a lifetime by taking into consideration these important points.
Discover the hidden treasures that Watamu on Kenya’s coastline has to offer.
From game viewing to horse riding, massages to mountain biking – enjoy the many delights that St Lucia in South Africa has to offer.
When you’re a resort located in paradise you had better have sustainability as a core ethos of your business model… and the Constance Ephelia Resort Seychelles certainly does.
With a little planning you can create some lasting memories on a family safari with your young children. Here’s how.
Experience the bush at its greatest in a bush camp inside a national park on your next safari.
Spending time with filmmaker and photographer Warren Samuels on a photographic safari in Kenya’s Maasai Mara.
A lifelong dream is realised with enviable primate sightings of both gorillas and chimpanzees in Uganda.
Sleep under the stars with these 10 spectacular sleep-out decks in Africa.
Seven reasons why your day doesn’t stop when the sun sets after a long day in the wilds of Africa.
Help Fair Trade Tourism name their app and stand a chance to win a four night stay in the Timbavati.
A trip of a lifetime to Uganda with spectacular sightings of birds, great apes, and so much more.
A trip of a lifetime in the Okavango Delta – buffalo on foot, elephants playing in the water and a birdwatchers’ paradise.
Top tips to exploring the famous and diverse iSimangaliso Wetland Park in South Africa.