KwaZulu Natal and the north coast, South Africa
Kids under 12 years old can go on their own Horrid Histories tour at Rorke's Drift and Isandlwana. A guide is on hand to make the tour fun and exciting as well as informative, where kids can get involved and have an interactive experience.
Madikwe, South Africa
At Madikwe Safari Lodge there are a host of activities for kids to experience the magic of the bush. The Eco House is an educational centre for kids to paint, draw, model, learn about the bush, plenty to keep them entertained for hours!
Kruger, South Africa
Enjoy a luxurious bath overlooking the African bush. With a glass of wine in hand, revitalise your mind, body and soul with the surrounding sounds of the bush making the perfectly relaxing end to a day on safari.
Victoria Falls, Zambia
During low water (August-January), take a dip in the ultimate infinity pool whilst visiting Livingstone Island perched on the lip of Victoria Falls. Not for the faint heart, an exhilarating plunge into the pool is our top Livingstone recommendation.
Zimbabwe Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Take to the water towards the end of the day for an atmospheric cruise on the mighty Zambezi before watching the sunset over a cold drink. Make sure you keep your binoculars and camera handy as there is plenty to see along the river.
Kruger, South Africa
Bush walking is the closest you get to the essence of the African wilderness. No car engine, no interruptions, just you and nature. With professional guides reading spore on the ground and teaching you the way of the wild this experience is captivating.
Ambohimanga is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located 21kms from the capital. Still revered by many Malagasy, this sacred hill and traditional fort settlement and palace gives a fantastic insight in to Malagasy culture and history.
Eastern Cape, South Africa
Spend 3 to 4 hours tracking rhinos with an experienced and professional team. This is an incredible opportunity to witness at first hand the dedicated work of Kwandwe's rhino monitoring team and their conservation efforts of these endangered animals.
Kyambura Gorge, Uganda
The Kyambura Gorge is a natural wonder which is home to habituated community of chimpanzees. Tracking alpha male Brutus and these chimps takes you through enchanting forest where several other primate species and even the occasional leopard can be seen.
Parc National des Volcans, Rwanda
Soak up the views on a half-day adventure along the Mukungwa river. With the lush countryside around you, spend the day canoeing alongside otters, birds and local life. This relaxing activity offers a completely different way to explore the area.