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Africa’s single best safari destination, Botswana offers an unbeatable combination of abundant wildlife in a true wilderness setting, where you can explore the beautiful Okavango Delta in the morning, and go out on a game drive in search of elephants, lions, buffaloes, giraffes, zebras and many other animals that same afternoon.

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This ‘World in one Country’ has  some of the best game-viewing in Africa, fascinating cities like Cape Town,  beautiful beaches, lots of sunshine year-round, picturesque wine-growing areas, and a range of accommodation options to suit every budget.

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Tanzania is best known for the abundance of wildlife on the Serengeti plains, the magical  Ngorongoro Crater and for Mt. Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain.  Its many other assets include friendly people, some of Africa’s best and biggest national parks,  beaches, lakes and incredibly rich birdlife.


Kenya is the best choice for a first safari experience, because of its diversity and abundance of animals, easily accessible and often wide open wildlife areas where game-viewing is reliably good and fun, hosted by friendly people who genuinely want you to have a great time on safari.

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No other African safari destination can match Zimbabwe’s exceptionally good value, with first-class safari experiences - lots of elephants! - adventure activities, foot safaris, boating, canoeing and rafting and simply the best guiding in Africa.

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On a trip to Namibia you can combine scenically striking ‘desert and dune’ areas like Sossusvlei and  the Skeleton Coast area with a traditional safari in Etosha National Park, where rare animals like rhinos and cheetahs may be seen, in addition to elephants and many others.  

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With lots of animals and few vehicles in a fantastic range of national parks such as South Luangwa, Lower Zambezi and Kafue, Zambia is a great destination for a classic safari, staying in small safari camps and bush camps offering game drives and foot safaris as well as boating, canoeing and tiger fishing on the Zambezi.


Uganda is known as the ‘Pearl of Africa’ for its welcoming and friendly people, extraordinary scenic beauty and high degree of biodiversity, with everything from mountain gorillas to big game to more than 1,000 bird species found there.

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Rwanda - the peaceful and safe ‘land of a thousand hills’ - is Africa’s best gorilla trekking destination, with game-viewing, hiking, tree canopy walks, birding and other activities on offer in Akagera National Park, Lake Kivu, the stunning  Nyungwe Forest and elsewhere.

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This ‘land of lemurs’ has been described as the world’s Eighth Continent due to its unique and fascinating mammals, birds, reptiles and plants, many of which are endemic to Madagascar, meaning that they are found only there and nowhere else.