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The word safari is Swahili for journey. Let us take you on a journey into the heart of nature, where wild things roam and we are mere spectators, a Safari In Style.

Booking season is well under way!

With the 2018 booking season well under way, many of the the lodges and camps are reporting exceptionally high occupancies this year. If you are looking for inspiration don’t forget to read our Top 10 Safari picks for 2018! Please don’t leave bookings too late to ensure you can get your preferred property, especially if you are looking for the more intimate lodges. 

Many people are asking us if it is advisable to visit Cape Town due to the drought. Yes, Cape Town is very much open for business, and the city is looking as beautiful as ever. The feared “Day Zero” has now been cancelled altogether.  We do ask everyone visiting to just please try and conserve water as much as possible. Your hotel will have full guidelines as to how best to do your part. Having just returned from the city though, we can confirm it is business as usual at the southern tip of Africa! 

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Cape Town South Africa
Despite the drought, the beautiful city of Cape Town is open for business as always.

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Latest News

  • If you are considering a trip to see the gorillas in Uganda, best plan for 2019, as virtually all high season permits for 2018 are sold out. Since Rwanda increased their gorilla trekking permits to $1,500.00 Uganda has seen a spike in demand. But hurry, the 2019 permits will sell out soon!
  • Heavy rainfall over northern Namibia and the catchment area of the Kunene River has meant the river has burst its banks. The result has been damage to some of of the lodges along the river. Once the waters recede we will be able to update the situation and provide lodge re-opening dates. 
  • Disruption to travel through much of Kenya. The long rains have arrived early in Kenya, and with considerable force, causing widespread flooding in many parts of the country. Some properties have been completely destroyed and some of the airstrips are temporarily out of action. 
  • Cape Town drought update! It has been announced, that thanks to incredible water savings by the people of Cape Town, that the city will now not run out of water as feared. The dreaded “Day Zero” has now been cancelled, although strict water restrictions remain in place to ensure no wastage of this precious resource.

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On The Move

We have just finished a successful Zambian Travel Expo and a chance to see some of Zambia’s incredible parks again. Now on to Cape Town. 

We have been invited to the internationally renowned World Travel Market Africa 2018 – which bring leading suppliers from across the African continent to meet with the worldwide trade. WTM Africa is rapidly becoming the leading tourism gathering on African soil. 

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In The Press

Leopard in a tree

See more about our feature in the renowned BBC Wildlife Magazine feature online in Discover Wildlife as well as in the printed BBC Wildlife Magazine itself. 


Read about Safari In Style in the prestigious The Bath Magazine

A smarter way to do safari

There was a time you when you travelled, that you went to a travel agent, looked at a brochure they gave you and booked your pre-determined, one size fits all package.  To a degree, this is still the case. For the most part however, the way we travel has changed fundamentally over the last decade, and now everything is available online at the touch of a button. However, when travelling in Africa, what may seem simple online, in reality may be a very different story. Rather let us arrange your safari adventure. With over half a century’s experience of selling safaris across Africa under our belts, we are perfectly equipped to find the right fit for your individual needs and make it happen effortlessly!