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  • Seychelles

    Top class beach resorts, idyllic white sand beaches offset by azure waters - ideal for honeymooner and scuba divers alike. Combines well with Tanzania or Kenya or as a stand-alone destination.

  • Tanzania

    Offers some of the most dramatic landscapes in Africa as well as the great migration. Tanzania combines well with Zanzibar or the northern islands of Mozambique for some post safari relaxation

  • Botswana

    The Okavango Delta is at its heart with some of the most dramatic wildlife sightings in Africa and then there's the Kalahari. Combines well with the islands of Mozambique.

  • Namibia

    The vastness and tranquility of Namibia has to be experienced to be believed from the dunes of Sosssuvlei to the white starkness of the Etosha. Links well with Botswana for a desert and delta safari.

  • Congo

    Sparsely populated with vast tracts of pristine rainforest, the Congo is home to a significant groups of Western Lowland Gorillas. Can be combined with Kenya for a two country itinerary

  • Malawi

    The warm central heart of Africa at the very end of the Great Rift Valley, with a rich history and diverse landscapes. Malawi has much to offer with some superb wildlife and sandy beaches

  • Zambia

    Zambia is a vast country with some superb wildlife viewing in a range of national parks including the remarkable South Luangwa and beautiful, Lower Zambezi. And not forgetting the mighty Victoria Falls!

  • Mozambique

    If you really want to escape the crowds then look no further than the Quirimbas or Bazaruto archipelagos. A short flight from Johannesburg. Mozambique has some of the best diving and remote beaches in Africa.

Samburu, Shaba and Buffalo Springs

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Vast, magnificent and largely unexplored, Samburu is one of three small reserves situated about 190 miles north of Nairobi and 50 miles north of Mount Kenya. Between them they offer contrasting habitats from rugged mountains, palm fringed rivers, stark cliffs, red-ochre termite mounds and freshwater springs. Hot and arid, the local nomadic tribe, the Gabba, call the area “the Plains of Darkness”, with the heat scorched scrubland extending all the way north to Lake Turkana. Shaba was once home of Joy Adamson of Born Free Foundation fame.

Famous, apart for its scenery, the three parks and known for their large prides of lion and herds of elephant and are best visited as part of an itinerary that includes the Masai Mare and on the soda lake parks, such as Lake Nakuru.

Game viewing is in 4×4 safari vehicles or on foot. The bird-watching is superb.

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