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When it comes to organizing African Safaris we are the best in class. First-hand knowledge and experience enables us to plan every detail of your Ultimate Luxury Safari. From the most luxurious accommodation, the finest cuisine and experienced guides to accompany you on your journey – discover the heart of Africa and the vast array of wildlife it has to offer. Embrace the true splendor of African wildlife in its natural environment. Our Guided Safari Tours include South Africa, Botswana and Zimbabwe.
Our World’s Ultimate destinations in Southern Africa are ideal to visit year round, with each season offering unique experiences. Dry season and also the colder months are between May and August. Due to the scarcity of water and vegetation and only a few natural waterholes, the animals tend to gather in concentrated numbers. The grass is less dense and lower which makes spotting animals easier. The nights can get chilly and close to freezing point the further south you go. Temperatures during the day average between 60 – 68°F. The warm, rainy season generally runs from November to March. It can get really hot at midday and the animals are less active, usually found lying in the shade. Short afternoon thunderstorms are to be expected and nature is flooded with new beginnings. The veld explodes into a lush, green landscape and this also marks the time for baby bucks to be born. The rivers run mighty, making it a truly exciting time to experience nature. Average daytime temperatures are around 82°F.
South Africa is an ideal safari destination and offers a huge variety of activities, picturesque scenery, as well as some of the world’s most luxurious hotels and game lodges. The world renowned Kruger National Park is one of Africa’s largest game reserves and offers immaculate wildlife experiences. It is home to a high density of wildlife which includes the Big 5. Johannesburg, South Africa’s biggest city and capital of Gauteng province, began as a 19th-century gold-mining settlement. High on the must-see lists of most visitors to South Africa is the Garden Route, and with good reason: you can’t help but be seduced by the glorious natural beauty. Hermanus is a seaside town southeast of Cape Town, in South Africa’s Western Cape Province. It's known as a whale-watching destination. Beaches include Voëlklip Beach and the broad Grotto Beach, overlooking Walker Bay. The beautiful Cape Winelands produce some of the world’s top wines. A visit to these wine estates is a culinary delight. Cape Town lies at the foot of one of the “new seven wonders” of the world, Table Mountain. This trendy city boast spectacular scenery, majestic beaches and a vibrant art and design scene. Whether you wish to view the Big 5, experience African culture, be pampered, have an adventure or indulge in the finest wines and cuisine, South Africa offers something for everyone’s taste.
Botswana has very distinct landscapes for you to explore – from the Kalahari Desert, which covers more than half of the country, to the wetlands of the Okavango Delta and the Chobe River. Immerse yourself deep into Africa’s untouched splendor of natural beauty and magnificent wildlife in the Chobe National Park and the Okavango Delta. The Chobe River winds along the northern border of Botswana and is known for some of the best game viewing in Africa. It is also home to the continent’s largest concentration of elephants. The river is flanked by riverine forests, floodplains and open woodlands. Chobe National Park provides excellent game viewing and birding opportunities, with more than 75 mammal species and 450 bird types. It is located in northern Botswana and its life source is the Chobe River which affords unique water-based game viewing opportunities, such as the unforgettable sight of elephant herds swimming across the river, trunks raised. You can expect huge herds of elephant and buffalo, many antelope and classic plains game species, as well as predators like lion, wild dog, cheetah, crocodile, leopard and the spotted hyena.
The Victoria Falls has been described by CNN as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the world. Taking its place alongside the Pyramids and the Serengeti, Victoria Falls (Mosi-oa-Tunya – the ‘smoke that thunders’) is one of Africa’s original blockbusters. And although Zimbabwe and Zambia share it, Victoria Falls is a place all of its own. As a magnet for tourists of all descriptions – backpackers, tour groups, thrill seekers, families, and honeymooners – Victoria Falls is one of Earth’s great spectacles. View it directly as a raging mile-long curtain of water, in all its glory, from a helicopter ride or peek precariously over its edge from Devil's Pools; the sheer power and force of the falls is something that simply does not disappoint. Whether you’re here purely to take in the sight of a natural wonder of the world, or for a serious hit of adrenalin via rafting or bungee jumping into the Zambezi, Victoria Falls is a place where you're sure to tick off numerous items from that bucket list.