Andasibe-Mantadia, Antananarivo, Antsirabe, Ranomafana National Park, Isalo National Park, Ifaty
Taking in the highlights of Madagascar, this is the perfect adventure for those in search of lemurs with the chance to explore incredible rainforests, rugged canyons and the beautiful coast at Ifaty - there could be few better ways to explore Madagascar.
Kinigi Volcanoes National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park
From mountain Gorilla treks in Rwanda to safari expeditions in Uganda, this adventure is rich in wildlife and nature. Spot a variety of Africa’s most famous animals in diverse and fascinating environments!
South Luangwa, Zambia
Zambia is famed for being the home of walking safaris and this itinerary offers an exceptional experience with fantastic guiding, intimate camps in spectacular spots and outstanding wildlife - there can be few better ways to experience Zambia than this!
Victoria Falls, Hwange and Mana Pools
The perfect adventure, starting with the wondrous Victoria Falls before going on an exciting walking safari in Hwange National Park. You then take to the water on a canoe safari down the Zambezi through Mana Pools - a truly thrilling safari awaits.
South Luangwa, Victoria Falls, Hwange and Mana Pools
An exceptional safari adventure taking in Zambia's South Luangwa and Victoria Falls before crossing into Zimbabwe to Hwange National Park with wonderful wildlife on offer before a wilderness experience on the lower Zambezi at Mana Pools!
Embark upon this invigorating, four day journey through Uganda's spectacular Bwindi Impenetrable National Park; one of the best locations to see the famous Mountain Gorillas.
Volcanoes National Park
An unforgettable Gorilla experience! Journey into the heart of Kinigi Volcanoes National Park on this four day trip and encounter numerous gorilla families. Stunning surroundings, spectacular views and rare wildlife make this experience truly memorable.
Moremi, Khwai & Chobe, Botswana
Spend nine days exploring the varied habitats of Botswana, from the savannah and woodlands of Moremi to the waterways of Khwai and ending in Chobe. A great intrepid itinerary for those seeking a classic safari experience in a beautifully diverse country.
Zambia and South Luangwa in particular are the home of walking safaris having been pioneered by Norman Carr in the 1960s, there is no better way to spend a week on foot exploring the South Luangwa than staying in Norman Carr's bush camps.
Masoala Forest, Madagascar
Combine a wonderful wildlife and rainforest experience with the chance to relax on the beach at the unique Masoala Forest Lodge on the peninsula in the north-east of Madagascar. There are plenty of activities on offer including whale-watching in season.
Parc National des Volcans Rwanda, Nairobi, Masai Mara
Tracking mountain gorillas in Rwanda and spotting the big five on a safari to Kenya combine to offer a truly exceptional East African wildlife encounter which is sure to blow your socks off!
Ibo Island, Darumba, Matemo Island, Rolas Island, Mogundula Island
Discover idyllic island beaches with pristine turquoise waters as you explore the tropical Mozambique coastline by kayak. Snorkel some of Mozambique’s richest coral reefs and maybe catch sight of turtles, dolphins, and amazing species of fish.
Samburu & Sera Conservancy, Kenya
For those seeking a Kenyan safari adventure, this might be the perfect itinerary. From exploring the unspoiled wilderness of the Samburu in a game vehicle and on foot to tracking the endangered black rhino in it's natural habitat.
Lake Chamo, Omo Valley
Gain an insight into the unique cultures of Ethiopia’s Omo Valley tribes on this exhilarating adventure. Discover these fiercely traditional, yet equally friendly folk, as you find yourself in some of the most remote areas of this stunning region.
Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kibale, Entebbe, Bwindi, Mgahinga Gorilla National Park
Full of opportunities to spot a variety of birdlife, this Ugandan adventure takes you to destinations rich and diverse in wildlife. From Lakes, to National Parks, Salt Lakes and Craters, you are sure to discover many of Africa’s fascinating bird species.
Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kibale, Murchison Falls National Park, Lake Albert, Entebbe
Tracking man's closest relative in their natural habitat is a fast paced, thrilling adventure through their beautiful forest homes. Completely unlike their gorilla cousins, the highly mobile chimps are far more active, and viewing them is pure theatre.
Arusha, Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro and Serengeti
With walking safaris, game drives, and some unforgettably amazing scenery, this is a great itinerary for families or couples looking for a real adventure. Stay in a mobile tented camp for a back-to-basics safari without compromising on comfort.
Okavango Delta, Chief's Island, Chobe and the Zambezi, Victoria Falls
This trip is fantastic, for 3 reasons - Incredible luxury, amazing locations and exceptional game viewing.