Africa & S.Africa itinerary IdeasAfrica
A collection of great itinerary ideas, all with personal private driver/guide, if you wish, to give you a start point before you talk to us
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A great selection of African itineraries in brief summary
South Africa – Botswana – Namibia – Kenya – Tanzania – Rwanda – Uganda – Madagascar – St. Helena (from S.Africa)
In the vast African continent the possibilities and permutations are endless – so we’ve given you just a few basic ideas to get your thought processes going. Once you have in mind about which country, wilderness or wildlife preference you have (which might not be shown), give us a call and we’ll help to turn your dreams into reality – at a budget that suits you.
S.Africa: Battles, Boers & Brits Self-drive
Johannesburg – Phinda – Isandlwana – Rorke’s Drift – Spioenkop – Drakensburgs – Lesotho – Johannesburg
A fulfilling journey of discovery, history and luxury, through some of the most captivating scenery you’ll find on earth, charting the history of battles between the Boers, Brits, Basotho & the Zulu Nation – including Johannesburg, the Getty’s Phinda Game Reserve, iSimangaliso Wetland Park World Heritage Site, Fugitive’s Drift in Zululand, Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift battlefields, Ladysmith, Spioenkop Battlefield and the Basotho people.
10 days/9 nights from £2150 pp sharing
Tanzania: Tanzania Highlights Safari
Arusha – Serengeti National Park – Ngorongoro Crater – Olduvai Gorge – Tarangire – Arusha
A high-value road safari featuring both luxury tented camps and traditional safari lodges, this memorable Tanzanian safari offers a sensational two-night stay in the world-famous Serengeti National Park, and a visit to the ‘eighth wonder of the world’, the magnificent Ngorongoro Crater, plus two nights in the undiscovered wilderness of Tarangire National Park.
7 days/6 nights from £2950 pp sharing
Namibia: Ultimate fly-in and private guided safari
Windhoek – Sossusvlei – Damaraland – Etosha National Park – Okonjima – Windhoek
This Namibia Fly-in and Private Guided Safari affords you the chance to experience this magnificent country in a very personal way. You will experience Namibia’s south by air over the great sand sea and desolate Skeleton Coast, including flying over shipwrecks, deserted mining camps and seal colonies before having your own professional naturalist safari guide accompany you through the northern reaches of Namibia.
7 Day Private Daily Departure Safari from £3290 pp sharing
Africa: Exceptional East Africa
Zanzibar – Ngorongoro Crater – Serengeti – Masai Mara – Nairobi
This stunning unparalleled itinerary infuses you with the rich and exotic tapestry of African culture and stunning wildlife opportunities. You’ll experience exotic luxury that takes you from the No.1 Hotel in Africa to exceptional game viewing in the wilds of the Serengeti, Ngorongoro and Masai Mara – some of the best and most undisturbed game drives in Africa with some of the best cuisine and most luxurious accommodation. What more could you want from such an exclusive experience?
15 days/14 nights from £9800 pp sharing
S.Africa: Exploring the Eastern Cape
Johannesburg – (flight) – Port Elizabeth – Graaff Reinet – Samara – Kwandwe – Haga Haga
A self-drive adventure of culture, carved landscapes, craggy coastlines, the Karoo and the Kwandwe Rhinos all in one tour. Step back in time when you visit the towns time forgot – Graaff-Reinet, Cradock, Nieu Bethesda. Immerse yourself in the pioneering history of farms, forts, steepled churches and the South African artists and writers who have left their mark indelibly carved into this land.
11 day/10 nights from £2400 pp sharing exc. flights
Namibia: The Cheetah Connection
Windhoek – Otjiwarongo (Cheetah Conservation Fund) – Etosha (Onguma Game Reserve, Ongava Game Reserve, Desert Rhino Camp) – Damaraland – Sossusvlei, NamibRand Nature Reserve – Windhoek
Total luxury, top notch guided and fly-in Namibia Safari with a percentage of the cost of this itinerary going to The Cheetah Conservation Fund to help continue their valuable work. This safari affords you the chance to explore all of its wildlife and to experience this magnificent and memorable country in a very personal way with your own professional safari guide.
14 days/13 nights from £6900 pp sharing
Southern Africa: Fly by ‘Private’ Plane
Join up your favourite locations in Southern Africa with Skypass for the ultimate personalised itinerary.
We’ll help you create your own perfect Southern Africa itinerary by putting together the locations and stays you’ve always wanted to visit – for the amount of time you’d like – all linked together by a smart commuter executive aircraft – flying to set routes and schedules that you just hop on and off from.You can stay or drive around the locations on the route you choose, simply rejoining your aircraft on a day that suits you, when its next back in town.
From £600 pp for the complete route in one direction
Ruanda & Uganda: Gorilla Tracking
Kigale – Bwindi Impenetrable Forest – Kigale
Ideal as an add-on to your African adventure this tour on set dates throughout the year allows you one of only 8o permits per day for access to the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. After touring Kigale you’ll transfer to this ecological island; sanctuary to half of the remaining gorilla population on earth as well as elephant and hundreds of species of mammals, birds and butterflies in this lush, dense Afro-montane forest.
4 days / 3 nights from £1000 pp sharing + from £450-600 permit charge pp
Kenya: Bush & Beach Safari
Nairobi – Amboseli National Park – Tsavo National Park – Mombasa – Diani Beach – Moi
In the shadow of Mt. Kilimanjaro, lies Amboseli, one of Kenya’s oldest, famous and most-visited parks. From your safaris in Amboseli’s emerald green swamps, plains and papyrus grasses, you’ll travel to dusty Tsavo East, which lies equidistant between Nairobi and Mombasa and is one of the last great wilderness safari landscapes on Earth. After days of wonderful wildlife sightings, where better to relax than on the beach at a 4-star beach resort, featuring a unique blend of traditional Swahili and Arabic architecture.
11 days / 10 nights from £1499 pp sharing + from £240 park fee pp
St Helena: The Rock & The Hard Place
High Knoll Fort – Deadwood Plain – Flag Staff – Fishers Valley – Sandy Bay – Jamestown – Diana’s Peak
Until now, St. Helena was one of the hardest places on earth to visit, only reached by arduous sea voyage to the middle of the Atlantic. Now you can fly from Johannesburg or Cape Town to spend an adventurous week exploring the island; from its historical past with the incarceration of Boers and Bonaparte alike, to snorkeling the depths with dolphins or climbing into the Cloud Forest from Cabbage Tree Road. Although there’s only one flight a week to and from this colonial outpost you’ll get a much more pleasurable insight into St. Helena than did Napoleon. A truly unique, fully guided experience!
8 days / 7 nights from £1380 pp sharing + all flights