A classic safari and beach holiday, getting off the beaten track in the spectacular Laikipia Plateau with unique species of wildlife, enjoying a traditional big five safari in the Masai Mara and rounded off with the chance to relax on stunning beaches.
July is a month full of wildlife migrations; from land to water there is something for everyone. Safari seasons across Africa remain in their prime, the ultimate conditions across both Eastern and Southern regions will be any wildlife enthusiast's dream.
Wildebeest migrations begin in the Masai Mara, Kenya, an unparalleled sensation that should not be missed. The humpback whale migrations continue from Madagascar, with sightings also available in Mozambique.
South Africa’s cape is well known for its marine activities, and July brings the start of the infamous whale season to Hermanus, one of the best land and boat whale watching locations in the world.
The safari season across Tanzania, Botswana and Zambia is in full swing. Zambia’s Busanga Plains in Kafue National Park are inaccessible most of the year, but July brings about good weather allowing you to fully explore this spectacular area and enjoy prime conditions for walking safaris in South Luangwa.
Wildlife viewing in Tanzania is in peak season across Ruaha, Selous and Tarangire National Parks. Tarangire is a popular choice as its permanent water source attracts some of the best wildlife from all over northern Tanzania, whilst the Okavango Delta in Botswana remains a wildlife rich paradise.
Make the most of the good weather in Mauritius, the ideal conditions for gorilla trekking in Uganda/Rwanda and the warm and dry weather in Malawi!