Africa: the birthplace of the human race, the home of every environment and landscape, and the continent of contrasts. Over time, many cultures and states have risen and fallen in Africa, leaving their own imprint on the continent. From Morocco’s heady mix of souk-filled medinas and mountainous landscapes, to the savannah grasslands home to the most famous wildlife spectacle in the world, to the paradise archipelagos of Tanzania, Africa is a treasure trove of cultural gems and natural jewels.
Africa is also home to a number of the world’s natural wonders, from the stunning Victoria Falls and the Rift Valley, to the majestic Nile to the dry dunes and iconic scenes of the Sahara. Then there’s the wildlife that call these habitats home. The great range of national parks, game reserves and wildlife habitats support elephants, hippos, gorillas, rhinos, lions, cheetahs, leopards and many more - possibly the greatest show on earth! It is truer here than of anywhere else on Earth: there is more to see than can ever be seen; more to do than can ever be done.
Botswana is a superb safari country, its wildlife is of the very best in Africa. from the Kalahari Desert to the Okavango Delta. This is a place of dramatic wildlife-watching, so it is no wonder that Botswana is a top African safari destination.
Egypt excites the child in us all. It brings to life everything we’ve ever seen in a museum: the Pyramids, the Pharaohs and a history of biblical proportions. Embrace your inner Indiana Jones and embark on one of our action-packed Egypt tours.
The landlocked and independent kingdom of Eswatini (previously Swaziland) is one of Africa’s best-kept secrets. This small and personable country reveals diverse landscapes of mountainous grandeur, lush forests and fertile valleys.
Kenya is truly a place like no other. Its parks are famous for pink swathes of flamingos and heart-warming families of elephants. The land itself is just as stunning as the creatures on it with with glittering lakelands and snow-capped Kilimanjaro.
Madagascar’s natural environment has changed little over the centuries. Deciduous forests, crystalline lakes, massive caverns and savannah grassland have all evolved to create an enchanting natural environment on this unique island.
Boasting verdant highlands, forest-covered hills and lush fertile plains that provide habitat for a wide range of flora and fauna, Malawi is rich in cultural heritage and wildlife experiences, with large numbers of elephant, kudu, bushbuck and sable.
Morocco is a chaotic and colourful, mysterious and mythical land shaped by many nations, whisking travellers away on a magic carpet ride. Experience the wonders of this exciting and magical country with a small group escorted tour.
With distinctive characteristics found in the north and the south, Mozambique is a unique destination. Away from the coastal paradise of the south, big game species roam freely across the border between South Africa’s National Parks.
Elephants and lions patrol Namibia's greatest national park, Etosha, but when you tour this beautiful land you’ll discover so much more – the sand dunes of Sossusvlei, endless open landscapes, thriving vineyards and the world’s oldest desert.
The Seychelles is a myriad of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean off East Africa, coveted for its beaches, coral reefs and diving opportunities, and praised for its nature reserves and rare wildlife. Discover hidden coves and tropical fish on a small group cruise.
South Africa’s staggering scenery and spectacular wildlife are the wow factors in a country of huge diversity, in history, culture, climate, and landscapes, from cosmopolitan cities to villages and vineyards, battlefield towns and Dragon Mountains.
Mainland Tanzania is breathtakingly immense and beautiful, and boasts the highest concentration of wildlife in the world. Off the coast, the sight of a dhow's billowing sail make Zanzibar one of Africa's most mesmerising islands.
Take in the bewildering contrasts of the familiar and the foreign on a tour of Tunisia. The wonderful mix of ancient and modern, desert and oasis, coastlines, berber villages, ports and medinas is an exotic blend that gives this country its flavour and appeal.
Uganda is a small country but there is so much to be discover, including the tallest mountain range, the largest lake and the source of the longest river in Africa. There is an abundance of wildlife in the jungles, on the savannahs and within National Parks.
Sharing the Victoria Falls with Zimbabwe and home to a huge variety of flora and fauna, this is a perfect country for nature and outdoor enthusiasts. You can expect vast open spaces, spectacular sunsets, an abundance of wildlife and remote wilderness.