The most modern country on the continent, with arguably the best developed safari infrastructure. There is something for everyone in South Africa!
An often overlooked jewel. Most of Namibia is desert and semi-desert (having both the Namib and Kalahari deserts), and yet is home to a surprising array of wildlife, including the famous desert adapted elephants and rhino
One of the world’s most sparsely populated countries, with vast swathes given to low impact safari tourism. From the famous Okavango Delta to the arid Kalahari Desert, Botswana is a wildlife Mecca.
Zimbabwe is re-emerging as a safari hotspot, and for those willing to make the effort, Zimbabwe holds some true safari gems! Think Hwange, Mana Pools and the mighty Victoria Falls.
This is the home of the walking safari and so much more. Zambia’s parks are generally remote and unspoilt, providing some of the best game viewing opportunities on the continent. South Luangwa, North Luangwa, Lower Zambezi, Kafue the list just goes on and on!
Undoubtedly one of the greatest wildlife destinations on the planet. From the world renowned Ngorongoro and Serengeti to the less well known Selous and Ruaha, Tanzania has so much to offer the safari goer. Zanzibar is the cherry on the cake, with its azure waters, white sand beaches and beguiling Islamic history
For many Kenya is synonyms with safari, and that is no surprise! The Masai Mara, Amboseli, Nakuru, Tsavo, Samburu….and so much more. Add to this vibrant cultures and the string of white sand beaches along the Indian Ocean and you have an alluring destination!
There is a fledgling safari network growing in Mozambique, support for these new parks will allow them to grow and prosper to become the “next great thing” in Africa. And let’s not forget the incredible beaches and islands to relax after your safari!
Relatively unknown compared to its southern neighbour, Uganda offers a growing safari network with some wonderful parks, the source of the mighty Nile river and of course the gorillas!