14 day Combination safari Botswana, South Africa and Mozambique

An impressive journey awaits you in which safari (bush) and beach are perfectly combined. Discover the untouched nature of Botswana, South Africa and Mozambique in in a 14-day tour full of activities. From walking Safaris through the ancient landscape of our beautiful Central Tuli Game reserve and bush diners along the Limpopo river at Koro River Camp or Koro Island Camp to the Big 5 at Kruger National Park.








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Arusha is the starting point for most safaris in Tanzania. Lying on the gentling rolling foothills that cascade down from the ever-present Mount Meru is the bustling and vibrant town of Arusha. Arusha's outskirts is filled with Tanzania’s largest coffee plantations, a perfect haven for relaxation.

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Dar Es Salaam en kuststreek

Voor de meeste reizigers, is Dar es Salaam slechts een handige aanloophaven op de weg naar meer exotische bestemmingen van Zanzibar, de wildparken, Pemba of Mafia-eilanden. Hiermee wordt de stad tekort gedaan want het is een fascinerende tropische poort die zeker een bezoek waard is.

Lake Manyara

Lake Manyara National Park is one of Tanzania’s smaller game parks and its a bird paradise, with more than 380 registered species. Its forests are the best place on earth to spot leopards. The majority of the land area of the park is a narrow strip running between the Gregory Rift wall to the West and Lake Manyara, an alkaline/soda lake to the East. The park is also famous for its population of flamingoes and tree-climbing lions.

Lake Tanganyka

Lake Tanganyika is surrounded by the mountainous walls of Mahale. It is the second largest lake in the African continent and the deepest lake in Africa. It stretches from north to south about 673 kilometers and an average of 50 kilometers wide and the deepest point is 1,500 meters. The lake is divided among four countries – Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Burundi, and Zambia, with Tanzania (46%) and the DRC (40%) possessing the majority of the lake. The water flows into the Congo River system and ultimately into the Atlantic Ocean.

Horseback safari in Tanzania

A horseback safari in Tanzania is a nice opportunity to see game and interact with wild animals from a close distance! Imagine huge herds of wildebeest and zebra extend as far as your eyes can see! On a horseback safari in Tanzania you get the chance to make your way down a narrow gorge to discover a lush valley filled with wildlife. These and many different unique experiences come along with a horseback safari that you would not experience on a regular safari.

Mafia Island

Mafia Island is the southernmost of the three major islands off the coast of Tanzania. It is about 20 km. long and 8 km. wide and is a true natural paradise.

Chimpansee Tracking in Tanzania

Tanzania's Gombe National Park is located on the huge Lake Tanganyika. This is where Dr. Jane Goodall once started her research on chimpansees. Today it is possible to see the chimps in the wild here and also to join the research team of the Jane Goodall Research Institute who are still active in this area. It is also possible to track gorillas and chimpansees in Uganda.

Kanoën in Arusha

Kanoën tijdens je safari is waarschijnlijk de ultieme ontspanningsactiviteit. Rustig dobber je door delen van de rivieren met op de achtergrond de indrukwekkende Kilimanjaro en Meru bergen. Spot tijdens het kanoën onder andere krokodillen, giraffen, buffels, nijlpaarden en vele vogelsoorten.


The Zanzibar Archipelago is as mystic, beautiful and serene today as it has been for centuries. Zanzibar, a happy mix of Africa and Arabia; Noel Coward sang about it in the 1930s, Dr. Livingstone used it as an expedition base and it was the birth place of Freddy Mercury. The turquoise waters and white sands with the sun glinting off tin roofed residences.

Balloon flight safari in Tanzania

For the adventure of a lifetime we offer the unique experience of a Balloon Safari over the plains, forest and river of the Masai Mara Game Reserve, famous for its abundance of wildlife throughout the year. Lions, Elephants, Buffalo, Hippos, Crocodiles and prolific numbers of plains game are regularly seen, as are the countless species of Birds both in flight and atop their lofty perches in the trees. The annual migration of the Wildebeest from July to October is a sight that, viewed from the vantage point of a Balloon is never to be forgotten.

Nyerere (formerly Selous)

Nyerere Game Reserve (formerly Selous) is the largest protected area in Africa; the reserve has a total area of ​​50,000 km2. And it breathes an atmosphere of timeless Africa. Nyerere has the largest buffalo concentration of the African continent and more than half of the Tanzanian elephants live in this reserve.


Ruaha with its size of 12,950 km slightly smaller than the Serengeti National Park, but differs in its pristine and wild character. The Kizigio and Rungwa River Game Reserves are located in the north of Ruaha and form a conservancy of about 26,500 km, one of the largest in East Africa.

Night game drive in Tanzania

See another side of Tanzania on a night game drive. It is an amazing experience to spot animals such as porcupines, genets and civet cats, leopards, hippos, to name a few. Listening to the night sounds and learning more about the African stars is also a lovely dimension to your night game drive in Tanzania. Night Game Drives in Tanzania are held just outside the park gates at the Serengeti and Tarangire. Lake Manyara is the only place where Night Game Drives are allowed inside the park.


One of the wonders of the world, it is difficult to give a fair description to the enormity and beauty of the Ngorongoro Crater. There is no comparison, if only the Garden of Eden! A steep wall of thick forest surrounds the circumference, which looks like a natural amphitheatre 260 km2 in size. An incredible ecosystem consisting of grasslands, swamps, lakes, rivers, woodlands, forests and an arid area of shifting dunes exists here, and thus the crater is able to sustain a vast resident population of game including elephant, buffalo, lion, hippo, wildebeest, gazelle, leopard, black Rhino, monkeys and hyena.

Walking safari in Tanzania

One of the most exciting activities during your safari in Tanzania is definitely a game walk. A game walk is in Tanzania a chance like no other to feel every vibration, smell all the aromas and see the African animals from a few feet distance. During a game walk safari in Tanzania you will be under constant protection of armed and experienced rangers.

Mount Kilimanjaro

Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and is ranked in the so-called "seven summits". Kilimanjaro means the Mountain of Light, its name derives from the eternal snow layer at the top. The mountain extends more than 5 miles above its surroundings and is the highest freestanding mountain in the world.


Serengeti National Park is widely regarded as the best wildlife reserve in Africa due to its density of predators and prey. It is most famous for its annual migration of over 1.5 million wildebeest and 250,000 zebra. The Serengeti is Tanzania’s oldest national park and remains the flagship for tourism today, along with other Northern circuit game parks.

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Honeymoon safari in Tanzania

A honeymoon safari in Tanzania is a unique experience! One of our qualities is our honeymoon itinerary planning. Your honeymoon in Tanzania is constructed according to your needs and wishes and that of your husband or wife. In a country as diverse as Tanzania it is important to find your way away from the path most travelled. Our knowledge of the camps, the best rooms and best game areas ensures that your honeymoon in Tanzania is that once in a lifetime experience it should be.

Lustrumreis Namibië – 9 dagen action packed kamperen

Tijdens deze safari beleef je een uniek land in Afrika. Je rijdt in groepjes van vier personen in je eigen 4 x 4 of gaat op pad in een grote truck met driver en gids. Onderweg ontmoet je lokale (oer) stammen , die hun rijke cultuur met jullie delen. De reis voert langs een aantal hoogtepunten van Namibië zoals de Sossusvlei, Swakopmund en Etosha.  Verder hebben jullie de keuze uit een aantal gave activiteiten: game drives, hiken, kajakken tussen zeehonden, quad bike trips and more! Hieronder tref je een voorbeeldsafari waar jullie diverse activiteiten aan kunnen toevoegen.  Bel of mail ons vooral voor alle mogelijkheden en de volledige lijst met activiteiten en prijzen.

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This 12 day safari brings you to the most spectacular surroundings of the country, like Axum, Addis Abeba and Simien.

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Helicopter Flight Safari Kenya

A safari in Kenia is something unforgettable and quite an adventure, but the view over vast plains, mountains, lakes and wildlife from the air in a helicopter is truly unique. Seeing the wildlife from a helicopter at a great height while hovering in the air is breathtaking.

Horseback safari in Malawi

A horseback safari in Malawi is a nice opportunity to see game and interact with wild animals from a close distance! Imagine  herds of wildebeest and zebra extend as far as your eyes can see! Many different unique experiences come along with a horseback safari that you would not experience on a regular safari.

Honeymoon safari in Malawi

For an incredible honeymoon in Malawi, consider combining a Zambian safari with a short beach holiday at Lake Malawi. Create lovely and romantic memories right on the shore of Lake Malawi during your honeymoon in Malawi, while staying at a very stylish accommodation. A honeymoon in Malawi is something both of you love birds will remember for the rest of your lifes. Go for a honeymoon stroll on Lake Malawi together, it is comparable or even better than a honeymoon on any coral island.


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Ethiopian dances

And finally, emerge yourself in the Ethiopian culture and visit a traditional restaurant, bar or club and dance along the semi-terrible, semi-genial Ethiopian music! When in Axum and Bahar Dar, just ask about a traditional bar and emerge yourself in this beautiful ritual.

Visit the source of the Nile in Bahar Dar

Right, the Blue Nile is only half of the Nile (the other half, the White Nile, starts in Jinja, Uganda), but still.... a visit to the source of the most famous river in the world, is without doubt one of the best things you can do while you are in Ethiopia. From Bahar Dar, it is easy to get to the waterfalls that mark the source of the Blue Nile. You can that a walk there, or rent a little boat to see the falls up close.

Obelisks of Axum

Learn about this old almost forgotten civilization. Ethiopia was once one of the great world powers on earth. Comparable to the Roman, Greek and Persion civilizations. Their power reached as far as the Red Sea, Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa. Even coins and written language was used in this empire!

Walk to the Abuna Tigray churces, Yemata

At the top of the Yemata mountain range, there is a small cave chapel, on a rocky cliff. When you don't have fear of heights, the steep climb up this religious outpots is an absolute highlight of Ethiopia! The chapel is strewn with paintings and the whole forms a spectecular and mesmerizing spectacle. The Tigray church is without a doubt one of the most secluded churches in the world and no doubt the steep climb is part, if not, half of the experience, but the view on top is absolutely enchanting.

Visit Camelot of Africa

It is not just natural wonders in Ethiopia. This country has several unique cultural sights and one of those is the Royal Enclosure in Gondar. Known as the Camelot of Africa Gondar houses many Middle Age castles that can be found in the center of the city and they look absolutely amazing. You can wander around the ruines and imagine being back in the days where horses roamed the inner city, where wine was drunk from wine chalices, music plaid from balconies and from enormous banquet halls.


Sunset at Lake Asale, the Danakil Depression

When in Danakil, it is very worthwhile to wait for sunset! At Lake Asala you can see camels with salt rocks, making their way alongside the christal salt lake. At the end of the day the sky turns red as fire and you are witness to a unique and utterly special sunset!

Erta Ale vulcano and the Danakil-depression

Situated in the Danakil Depression, is the Erta Ale-vulcano. This 2011 meter high, constantly active basalt shield vulcano, is also called "Smoking Mountain" by the Afar or "the gateway to hell". It is one of the few active vulcanoes in the world and one of five with lakes filled with lava, and Erta Ales even has two lakes, which makes it a unique sight!

Spot Gelada-baboons in the Simien mountains

Absolutely unique in Ethiopia is spotting the endemic Gelada baboons. Also known as bleeding heart monkeys, due to the extraordinary bloodred colour on their chest, this species is endemic to Ethopia. In fact, endemic to the Simien mountains only! This park is on the UNESCO list and not only offers amazing hiking options with stunning views, but seeing the huge groups of Gelada baboons is a unique experience.

Feeding wild hyenas in Harar

This is one of the most exceptional things you can do while in Ethiopia. In Harar, in the Eastern part, you can feed wild hyenas. We are not talking throwing a piece of meat to a hyena... No we are talking feeding them with a piece of meat that is dangling from a stick, between your teeth!!

Danakil Depression

Situated in the Northern part of the Afar triangle (or Afar depression), the Danakil depression is one of the lowest geological hightlights on earth, as it is situated 100 meters below sealevel. This is the hottest place on earth. The Awash river dries up and forms some salt lakes. Futhermore there are the Dallol hotsprings to be found here. A lot of research has been done as to how life can have developed, and archeologists have been looking for fossils of humanoids here.


Axum is the other 'must-see' on the historical route. The city is the former capital of the Axumite-empire, once a great trading power in North Africa that reached up to Eritrea, Sudan, Egypt, Jemen and Saudi Arabia. The ruins of this great empire are still visible. High obelisks, ruined churches and other buildings. One assumes that this was once of the seat of the queen of Sheba.


This city in the North of Ethiopia is a 'must-see'on every single route and an important highlight of Ethiopia.

It is known for its monolitical, rock hewn churches dating from the 12th century. The layout of the city is considered to be a display of Jerusalem and is one of the holiest cities of Ethiopia and a place of pilgrimage to the local population.

Simien Mountains

This mountain range is known as the rooftop of Africa and is one of the biggest in the whole of Africa, it was proclaimed a UNESCO heritage site in 1979. The dramatic mountainous area is the habitat of many endemic animals, such as the Gelada baboon, the Walia Steenbok, and Etiopian fox. There are more than a dozen peaks of more than 3600 meters and hikers can do a day's trek in the Sanqaber along the steep and high peaks or do a multiple day trek of the Simiens to the Bwahit peak.


Gondar is a historical town and was once the royal captial of Ethiopia. One can find many ruins of castles and churches here. The picturesque ruins of Fassil Ghebbi (the royal enclosure) were once palaces of emperors and castles of Fasilides. Gondor is also starting point of most treks into the Simien Mountains.

Addis Ababa

Addis is the capital and houses almost four million inhabitants. It holds the status of city as well as that of state and is the seat of the African Union.

It is often called the political capital of Africa and is a vibrant city with both traditional as hip restaurants and bars, live music, bazaars, and lots of events. During the day you can visit interesting museums.

Arba Minch

Situated on the West side of the Great Rift Valley, Arba Minch is the gateway to Nechisar National Park and the Omo-valley. The area is known for its fishing nursaries and diversity in fruits. Visitors can pass time in a local village or go to the Chamo-lake. Be careful though, as the lake is full of crocodiles!

Bahir Dar

Situated at the southern tip of Tana Lake, the source of the Blue Nile, Bahar Dir is a much used stop on most of the historic routes. It is a beautiful African city with colorful markets and restaurants with a hospitable atmosphere. From Bahar Dir you can visit the scenic Blue Nile Falls in the countryside or you can visit the old churches and monasteries on the islands in Lake Tana.

Bale Mountains

Also knows as the Urgoma mountains, the Bale mountains are part of the Ethiopian highlands Northeast of Addis. The Bale mountains National Park houses one of the highest percentages of endemic animals in the world. It is a stunningly wild mountainous area with an enormous diversity of mammals and birds. There are Ethiopian wolves for instance, as are Nyala, Bushbucks, lions, leopards and a variety of bucks. We strongly recommend to put these mountains into your itinerary.

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Samburu National Park | Samburu Saruni Camp

Saruni Samburu is an exclusive lodge at 7 kilometers north of the Samburu National Park. It is surrounded by 95.000 ha of private Wildlife Conservancy land and is situated in the wild North of Kenya. From your own private house you can see the animals come drink at the waterholes, such as Grevy zebra, the famous Samburu Elephants, giraffes and Oryx.

Samburu National Park | Elephant Bedroom Camp

Elephant Bedroom Camp offers luxury in an area of breathtaking beauty. It lies at the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro river in the shade of palms and other trees that are part of this spectecular riverine forest.

The Samburu National Park is an area with stunning landscapes of dry areas that are alternated by the river meandering through, Mount Kenya provides an impressive backdrop.

Nairobi | House of Waine

House of Waine is an attractive colonial boutique style hotel in the suburb of Karen in Nairobi, situated in a lovely garden. House of Waine offers the charm and elegance of a country house amidst exclusive and quiet residential environment.

Nairobi | Fairview Hotel

The Fairview Hotel is situated in a beautiful garden of five hectares where city sounds vanish and make place for the peace and quiet of chirping birds. Since its opening in 1946, the Fairview is known for its modernity in relation to technology and trends. The Fairview is a large hotel that offers several types of rooms and there is a wide variety of services on offer. There are five restaurants, a wine cellar and beautiful wines. In short: a stunning garden, lovely pool, central location.

Meru National Park | Elsa’s Kopje

Elsa's Kopje is a luxury oasis in the wilderness of Meru National Park. The lodge is named after Elsa the lioness that was raised by George and Joy Adamson, two famous conservationists, and was made famous by the movie "Born Free". She was later on released in the Meru National Park.

Masai Mara | Speke’s Camp

Its remote location in a private area serves it well, it guarantees a very special and authentic experience of the Masai Mara. It lies on the banks of the Olare Orok river.

Masai Mara | Serian Camp

This stunning small camp is active all year, migration from July through to October, followed by birthing season from October to March. April and May offer the best options for birders and those that enjoy the peace and quiet of the low season.

Masai Mara | Little Governor’s Camp

Little Governors camp is an intimate camp with 17 luxury ensuite-tents that are situated around a waterhole. The camp is only accessible via a short boat ride over the Mara river and a short walk through the riverine forest. Vehicles are left behind on the banks of the river so camp is very quiet and peaceful.

Masai Mara | Kicheche Camp

Kicheche is an authentic bush camp hidden in a forest of wild olive trees in the Masai Mara.

Masai Mara | Karen Blixen Camp

Karen Blixen Camp is an eco-friendly camp that brings you back to the twenties of the last century when Karen Blixen was in Africa. It is a luxury camp that offers a wonderful retreat after a day filled with adventure in the bush.

Lamu | Peponi Hotel

Peponi is a smallscale boutique style hotel on the tropical island of Lamu in the Indian Ocean. It is situated on Shela Beach, where Peponi was opened in 1967 by the Korschen family, that still runs the hotel today. Peponi is very popular because of its relaxed style and character.

Lamu | Delta Dunes

Delta Dunes, “The Wild place by the Sea”, is a lodge that offers a unique combination of beach, river and bush in one unforgettable experience. Situated on top of sanddunes with a stunning view over the old delta of the Tana river, with on the one side the Indian Ocean and on the other the river it creates an unforgettable sereen scene.

Lake Nakuru | Mbweha Camp

Mbweha Camp is situated at the southern border with Lake Nakuru National Park and offers stunning views on the Eburu and Mau mountains. The area is a well known base for antilopes and this offers unique spectacles when predators come and visit camp !

Laikipia | Sabuk Lodge

Sabuk Lodge is situated on a cliff with stunning views over the Ewaso Nyirorivi river. The banda's with open fronts have a beautiful view and comfortable beds, colorfull local art graces the walls, Wonderful food and spacious quiet decks make sure that your stay is relaxing and a most wonderful experience.

Laikipia | Loisaba Lodge

Loisaba is a luxury lodge in harmony with the surroundings, full of adventure yet an oasis of peace and quiet. In the area you will find elephants, lions, leopards and the rare Northern Grevy zebra. Not much has changed since the Great Rift Valley split Africa in two and created the hills on which the lodge is situated.

Laikipia | Lewa Safari Camp

Lewa Safari Camp lies in the Northwest of the conservancy. On the horizon are Mount Kenya and the Northern Lowlands. Camp consists of 12 tents only. All fitted with ensuite bathrooms, hot and cold running water and flush toilet. Each tent has its own grass roof and veranda, all in typical Lewa wildlife style.

Diani Beach | Waterlovers Hotel

Waterlovers is a special little place on the tropical coast of the Indian Ocean. The beach is known for its sandy white beaches and turquoise water; the perfect setting for a holiday in paradise. The beach is situated within a lush green rainforest filled with colorful birds and the almost extinct Colobus monkey. The Shimba nature reserve is closeby and is the home base for elephants, buffalo, antilope and other game.

Amboseli National Park | Tortilis Camp

Tortilis Camp is named after the umbrella tree, the Acacia Tortilis and lies in a forest of these trees. With clear skies you can see Mount Kilimanjaro, world's highest free standing mountain, which is covered in snow. Safari game drives, walks, sunsets and bush meals take place within the park and with its own conservancy of about 30,000 hectares.

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This safari in Zambia combines the very best of what Zambia has to offer, you will compare and experience the contrast between the river valleys of the Luangwa and the Zambezi, experiencing excellent game-viewing and complete luxury throughout. The safari finishes in Livingstone close the magnificent Victoria Falls. In the Lower Zambezi many activities are available such as canoeing, fishing and enjoying sundowners on the water. This makes it a very special safari experience.

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In ten days you will experience Kenya's absolute highlights: Amboseli National Park, Lewa Wilderness Conservancy and the Masai Mara in one unforgettable safari!

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Family safaris

Tam Coc

Tam Coc is a beautiful natural highlight of Vietnam. It is commonly known as Halong Bay on land. A river crosses this area and a boat ride is a nice way to explore the beautiful surroundings and caves. Next to Tam Coc lies another natural pearl: Trang An, slightly less touristic and very serene as well, definitely worth paying a visit. (or two).


Sapa is a small village in the highlands (1,650 meters) of Vietnam, near the borders of China. The scenery surrounding Sapa is the beautiful mountainous area in the province of Lao Cai. Because of the fresh temperatures, , the many traditional villages, the beautiful panoramas and the layered rice paddies, it is fantastic for area for hikes.

Phu Quoc

Phu Quoc is a tropical paradise in the South-western part of Vietnam, near the Cambodian border. It is a nice place to end your journey in Vietnam as it provides relaxation at the beach and a lovely atmosphere.

Places of interest are the jail, where you can learn a lot of the war time practises, the Cao Dai temple and its many waterfalls.

Nha Trang

Nha Trang is a popular destination with long beaches and great for a few days of relaxation, sea and sand. Surrounding islands such as Whale and Monkey Island, provide perfect locations for diving and snorkelling in the clear water. Nha Trang also has a lively night life and offers something for everyone.

Mekong Delta

The Mekong Delta covers almost the entire area southwest of Ho Chi Minh City. The Delta consists of large rivers with hundreds of branches, including the latter part of the 4200-kilometer Mekong River, which originates in Tibet. In the Mekong Delta life is concentrated around its fertile water. Houses are built among or on the water as locals are about busy their daily business.


For almost 150 years, Hue was the imperial capital of Vietnam. The many tombs and temples on Perfume River are silent witnesses of this period. The old Imperial palace dates from this rich past.

Hoi An

Hoi An is a charming town on the coast in the central part of Vietnam.
Unlike many other places in Vietnam, the city remained virtually untouched during the Vietnam War. This is why the old town of Hoi An is still well preserved and it was listed in 1999 on the World Heritage List. The symbol of the city is the Japanese covered bridge built in 1590. Hoi An is renowned for its friendly atmosphere and there are lots of nice bars and restaurants to enjoy your time in Hoi An.

Ho Chi Minh

Ho Chi Minh City - the former Saigon - is the largest city in Vietnam and is located in the south of the country. It is a vibrant and tropical city, with many attractions. Led by a private guide, you can visit various temples, palaces, museums, markets and Chinatown.


Your trip begins and usually ends in Vietnam’s capital, Hanoi. Hanoi has a unique atmosphere because of its typical lakes, narrow streets with artisans, restaurants and small markets. A great city to stroll, shop and enjoy the Vietnamese cuisine. Hanoi is a starting point for various interesting areas. For example Halong Bay, where you can sail through the unspoiled bays by boat. In the highlands of Sapa, you can go hiking to traditional villages with traditional mountain people and markets. South of Hanoi are beautiful parks such as Cuc Phuong and Tam Coc.

Halong Bay

Halong Bay is one of the most impressive natural reserves in the north of Vietnam. Its impressive cliffs and thousands of islands are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Just one island "Cat Ba is inhabited and half of it is a National Park and starting point for boat trips in the bay.

Rondreis Vietnam – 21 dagen – Vietnam compleet

Deze complete 21-daagse rondreis door Vietnam bied je hoogtepunten op zowel het platteland als in de stad.

Roundtrip Vietnam – 15 days – Off the beaten track

This fantastic journey brings you into contact with Vietnam’s culture, history and nature!

Tour Vietnam – 14 Days – Highlights of Vietnam

This trip through Vietnam’s highlights is ideal for families and people who have never been to Vietnam.


Khao Yai National Park

Khao Yai National Park’s forests are teeming with wildlife and birds, making it a spectacular destination in Thailand. Look up and down and from side, tread softly, and listen carefully to discover the real inhabitants of the forest. Gibbons provide an excellent morning wake-up call with their mournful hoots. Quiet, patient walkers may catch a glimpse of these treeliving apes. Macaques are often seen on the roadsides.

Khao Sok

Khao Sok National Park in Southern Thailand is an amazing place. It is perfectly situated on the mainland between Phuket, Krabi, Khao Lak and Koh Samui; the most popular destinations in southern Thailand. Elephant trekking, trekking on foot, canoeing and jeep safaris are all possible activities which will give you the experience of a lifetime. One of the most interesting areas is stunningly beautiful Cheow Larn Lake in the heart of the National Park with its floating raft houses and luxury tents.

Chiang Mai

Chang Mai, Thailand's second-largest city and the gateway to the country's north, was founded in 1296. You can still see the moat that encircled the original city, and there are 300 wats, including Wat Chiang Man (home of the 1800-year-old 10cm-high Crystal Buddha), Wat Phra Singh (built in the classic northern-Thai style) and Wat Chedi Luang (partially ruined by earthquake, cannon fire and recent restoration efforts).


Bangkok is an amazing city with quite a few redeeming factors. For a city of this size, Bangkok is surprisingly full of quiet escapes. Just step out of the street noise and into the calm of one of the city's 400 wats (temple-monasteries) or take a river taxi on the Chao Phraya River. It is one of the safest capital cities of any Asian country, a trait, which is in line with the rest of the Thailand.

Tour Thailand – 14 days – Highlights of Thailand

Thailand has been a traveller’s favourite for many years. On this tour you will step back in time and discover the glorious temples, visit acient kingdoms and enjoy local delicacies. This “Land of Smiles” with his coulorful tribes and markets will create memories to last a lifetime.

Tour Thailand – 18 days – Adventurous Thailand

Thailand is an adventure paradise. Rafting by boat and bamboo, visit friendly tribes and villages and explore the jungle and meet it’s wildlife. Together with the pristine white beaches, colorful markets and famous tempels this trip has all ingredients for an experience of a lifetime!


Tour Sri Lanka – 14 days – Bliss of Cylon

Highlights of this safari:

Dambulla; sneak through the corridor…

Sri Lanka

Tour Oman – 8 days – Sultanate of Oman in Style

Beauty has a name; Oman. It’s the worlds best kept secret. Oman’s diverse terrain of mountains, deserts and seascapes, are an outdoor enthusiast’s dream come true.


Trekking in Myanmar

Van het voormalig Britse station van Kalaw kun je meerdaagse tochten naar Inle Lake ondernemen en overnachten in dorpjes die je onderweg tegen komt. Ook in het Noorden in de Shan provincie bij Hsipaw kun je trekkings doen. Een ideale manier om het platteland en het echte leven van Myanmar te beleven!

Sailing & island hopping Myanmar

In the far south, relatively neglected until recent years, there are new opportunities now. In the Mergui Archipelago you can take fantastic live aboard cruises (with or without scuba diving) and stay on lovely sailing ships.

Discover Mandalay on a motorbike

A unique way to explore the area around Mandalay is by motorbike. The traffic in Mandalay is rather chaotic so it is important to be able to ride well, but once outside the city a motorbike gives wonderful freedom. Away from the beaten track, a motorbike is ideal to explore the Myanmar. You drive on almost empty high ways and discover remote areas, discover villages and neighborhoods where foreigners seldom come, and a great way to explore the temple areas outside Mandalay.

Balloon flight over the temples of Bagan

A balloon flight over Bagan offers a unique view of the temples, its breathtaking sunrise and gives you the joy of a champagne breakfast after your balloon flight. Sailing silently over the impressive landscape makes a balloon flight over Bagan something that you will remember for the rest of your lives.

Yangon / Rangoon

Downtown Yangon, also known as Rangoon, dates from the time of the English colonization which can been seen clearly while admiring the impressive architecture and street plan. Though not officially the capital of Myanmar, Yangon is exactly that in terms of population and economic importance. Yangon has the world's largest gold reserves, found at the stupa Shwedagon Pagoda. Around the pagoda the historical 1988 student uprisings took place and it was here that Aung San Suu Kyi spoke to his people.

Pyin U Lwin

Once the summer capital of the Raj in Burma, Pyin U Lwin still has some of the 'hill station' look and feel to it, which makes it unique. Due to its history as a summer capital and military centre of the Indian Army during British dominance, it has both a large Indian population and strong Anglo-Burmese and Anglo-Indian communitues.


A visit to Mandalay will take you back in time. Its narrow streets are a direct reminder of the British colonisation era. Mandalay is the second largest city of Myanmar and is an importan business centre for the country. Despite of its modernisation, Mandalay is widely regarded as the cultural and religious capital of Myanmar. In Mandalay's city centre you will find the royal palace and a lot of original Birmese architecture such as the monasteries of Shwenandaw Kyaung and Shwe In Bin Kyaung.

Inle Lake

Inle Lake in southern Shan State is a vast natural lake surrounded by traditional Shan villages. On the lake itself the Intha people have been living for many centuries in villages built entirely on stilts. Ride a private motorboat around the lake. Discover its natural beauty, visit the floating gardens, see some of the famous leg rowers, and have a cup of tea at a local family’s house. On and around the lake, traditional markets are held in different villages according to a 5-day rotating schedule. Visit one of these colourful markets frequented by Shan and PaO people. A visit to a local cheroot factory (where the Burmese cigars are made), floating tomato gardens, Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, Intha Heritage house - where the Burmese cats are bred - are some of the attractions of Inle Lake


Bagan is one of the former capitals of Myanmar. Founded in 849, was the capaital of the Pagan empire and in that time the largest city of Asia. Its 2000 budhhist temples, ruins and stupas are silent witnesses of its prime time. No words can describe the beauty of this area, a must see. Because of its historical importance and beauty, Bagan has been name a World Heritage site and is referred to as the eight architectonic wonder of the world.

Myanmar Tour – 14 days – Myanmar, up, close & personal

Myanmar has once more regained its well-earned popularity. During this Myanmar tour you travel as a local through Yangon, get a taste of the Mon culture, pay a visit to Mandalay, Inle Lake and create lots of memories that will stay with you for a long time! This tour is designed to show you the many different faces of Myanmar.

Tour Myanmar – 9 days – highlights of Myanmar

Myanmar is open to foreigners once more and it is a breathtaking country. This tour in Myanmar will take you to a number of highlights in Myanmar. You will visit the former capital Yangon, the vast and historic temple plains in Bagan, Mandalay with the magnificent former royal cities surrounding it, and finally the famous Inle Lake.

13-daagse familierondreis Onontdekt Myanmar

In het bijzondere en authentieke Myanmar volgen hoogtepunten zich in rap tempo op. Drukbezochte hedendaagse tempels en bezienswaardigheden uit een ver verleden wisselen elkaar af en bieden een geweldige rondreis voor jong en oud.


Beklim Mount Bromo en de Ijen vulkaan op Java

Viewing the sunrise at Mount Bromo is one of the worlds most beautiful natural sights and climbing an active volcano is a rare experience. Seeing the smoke rising from the Bromo crater creates a feeling words cannot express.

The Ijen volcano on East-Java, with perhaps the most spectacular volcanic crater, is special because of its natural environment, its turquoise sulfur lake, its blue fire and the sulfur mining. Twice a day workers enter the crater to collect between 75 kilos and 90 kilos of sulfur, facing toxic gases, and carry out of the live volcano in a trial of about two hours.

Spot Komodo dragon in Indonesia

Komodo National Park is home to the prehistoric Komodo Dragon, the biggest and most lethal lizard on earth. They can reach lengths of up to three meters and are surprisingly fast. Spotting one of these incredible creatures is an experience of a lifetime.


Yogyakarta is the cultural capital of Java and amongst travellers’ favourite spot in Java. Yogyakarta offers you the chance to explore the main streets and narrow alleys for hidden treasures of bygone days, taste the best Javanese food and soak yourself in history, art and culture. Yogya lies between two of the country’s most iconic places, Prambanan the magnificent Hindu temple and Borobudur the renown Buddhist temple which are easily visited from Yogyakarta.


Sumatra Island in Indonesia is the sixth largest Island in the world. Sumatra is a tropical rainforest heritage which preserves tropical rainforests and is the habitat of several endangered species such as Sumatran tigers, Sumatran elephants, and Sumatran rhinos. Sumatra also has amazing beaches and is the right choice for those who love adventure.


The colonial town of Malang is an ideal place to discover by foot while looking for local markets and hidden food joints. Malang is regarded as one of the most leisurely and attractive towns in Java. Filled with leafy boulevards and a cooler climate, Malang is a laid back destination, from which you can visit two nearby and fascinating mountains – Mount Semeru, the highest mountain in Java and Mount Bromo, the famous volcanic mountain.


Jakarta is the capital of Indonesia and with its 10 million inhabitants it is the country’s largest city and one of the most bustling and cosmopolitan cities in Asia. Jakarta is filled with sightseeing and colonial attractions, lots of shopping malls and hidden back streets for nightlife, food and fun. Once you have overcome the traffic, Jakarta’s enchantments such as its cultural diversity and rich history will be yours to enjoy.


Discover one of the more beautiful islands of Indonesia and meet the friendly people, ancient traditions and fascinating nature of the island of the Gods Bali.
The beaches of Bali are incredibly beautiful and have their own character. In the south of Bali, you will find most entertainment venues such as bars, restaurants and spas. In the north of Bali has its black beaches formed by volcanic ashes, like Lovina. Permuteran accompanied Bali's most beautiful coral reef is the place for snorkeling and diving.

Tour Indonesia – 12 days – adventure, nature and culture in Java

This tour starts in the cultural heart of Java, Yogyakarta, which you will discover by becak. Explore the surroundings of Yogya, such as rice fields, traditional villages, Prambanan and Borobodur by bycicle. Travel eastwards and discover Sukuh, Malang, Kalibaru, Sukamade along the way. This tour will also enable you to climb Mount Bromo and the Ijen volcano with its blue fire.

This itinerary combines very nicely with a holiday on Bali, Sumatra or other marvelous places in Indonesia, ask us for more information.


Tour Indonesia – 7 days – Sulawesi’s cultural and natural highlights

Sulawesi is one of those destinations that is so diverse that you could visit it every year. It invites you to be adventurous and go out there to explore its natural highlights, rich cultures and to relax to reflect on all the experiences of the day.

Tour Indonesia – 7 days – Natural Lombok and pristine Gili Meno

This tour in Indonesia brings you beautiful Lombok in combination with Gili Meno, the most pristine and unspoilt of the three Gili islands.

Tour Bali – 6 days – Discover Ubud & Seminyak

This short tour in Bali brings you two of its most precious gems: the cultural hotspot Ubud and the pristine beaches of Seminyak. Learn about the locals and their way of living, see how their famous craft is made and cycle among endless rice fields with Gunung Agung in the background.

This tour combines nicely with Java or another program but is also nice on its own.




Varanasi, also known as Benares, is the holliest of the seven cities for Hindus, who believe that death in Varanasi brings liberation. Varanasi was built 2700 years ago making it the oldest city of India and one of the oldest cities in the world. The city lies next to the holy river Ganges. From a boat on the water you can witness the ancient rituals and traditions of this cultural place.


India is one of the few places on earth where you can see in the wild tigers. Since the '70s, people have been involved in the protection of these magnificent animals. At Ranthambore National Park Also you will find a large panther population, crocodiles and hyenas.


Kerala is a tropical paradise, filled with palm trees, white beaches and 44 rivers that traverse it. It is also located in an area known for its green vegetation and connection to the Arabian Sea. After a trip to Kerala's, houseboats on the tranquil waters are a unique experience to get away from the Indian crowds.


Located in Indonesia’s Parahyangan Mountains, Bandung is the country’s third largest city and the capital of the West Java province. Travellers have long sought to escape the heat of the low country in Bandung’s cool mountain climate. Bandung, City of Flowers, as Bandung is sometimes called, is home to several museums and is known for the distinctive architecture displayed in its 1920s Art Deco buildings. Bandung is surrounded by volcanic mountains, this city used to be filled with tea plantations established by the Dutch to capitalise on the region’s fertility.


Jaipur like Agra is also worth a visit when you are in the vicinity of Delhi. Jaipur is located about 275 km from Delhi, about a four hours drive by car. Jaipur is an interesting mix of small streets and bazaars, stalls, shops, palaces and fascinating sights of the Middle Ages and the 21th century together. Here, you can also see traditionally dressed locals, camels and many traditional markets.


Delhi , with its population of 11 million inhabitants, is the second largest city in India after Mumbai.

The Red Fort, Delhi's most famous monument, takes you back to the time of the Mughal Emperors. Her two-kilometer-long walls which were built in 1638, defended the fortress against invaders. Despite that the fort was conquered by the Sikhs and later by the British. Once every hour a sound and light show teaches you the history of this historic place.


Agra is a popular combination with Delhi at only 180 kilometers distance. The parochial nature of Agra makes the city attractive for many travelers, and a welcome change after Delhi.

The biggest attraction of Agra is the wonder of the world Taj Mahal, which is located on the outskirts of the town. Agra also has many more impressive sights such as the Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri and its many palaces.

Rondreis India – 14 dagen – Rajasthan, Agra & Varanasi

In India schuilt achter elke hoek een verrassing. Bezoek paleizen, forten, tempels en markten. Ervaar de kleuren en geuren. Reis naar dynamische steden, door de imposante woestijn en bewonder het prachtige inlegwerk van de Taj Mahal. De met zorg gekozen kleine paleizen en bijzondere hotels maken deze reis helemaal af.

9-daagse clublustrumreis India

Naar India met je jaarclub. De highlights van India: eeuwenoude rituelen aan de heilige rivier in Varanasi, prachtige paleizen en forten, de Taj Mahal, tijgers en wildlife van India. Ontdek daarnaast de kleurrijke markten en geniet van de Indiase keuken. Verblijf in kleinschalige hotelletjes of haveli's.

Groepsrondreis Ladakh: 12 dagen – sneeuwpanters tracken

Ladakh ligt diep in het Himalaya gebergte in het noordwesten van India. Het gebied is woestijn op grote hoogte, met heel weinig regen per jaar. Gedurende de winter is het ijskoud en in de zomer kan het er snikheet zijn. De inwoners van Ladakh zijn uniek en er zijn verschillende groepen met elk hun eigen kenmerken. Ze zijn overwegend Bhoedist en spreken hun eigen taal. Leh is de hoofdstad van het land en is reeds in de 17e eeuw gesticht.


Cambodia – 6 days – Angkor Wat & Phnom Penh

This interesting six day tour in Cambodia can be booked as an additional program after or during your visit to Vietnam or Thailand or just by itself. You will explore the Heart of Cambodia on this voyage and will see the capital and political centre, Phnom Penh and the cultural and historical centre of Cambodia; Angkor in Siem Reap.


Safaris on Elephant back in South Africa

Elephants are huge animals. It is very special to experience a safari on the back of an elephant. We can organize a safari on elephant's back in Ado, Ahzyview and Pilanesberg in South Africa for example. It is an exceptional way to see the wild life from very close!

Horseback safari in South Africa

A horeseback safari in South Africa is an incredible experience. Enjoy an old style horseback adventure in South Africa and see elephant, rhino, cheetah, buffalo and other game on well trained horses. On of the greatest things about a horseback safari in South Africa is the variety in the country's geography: from bushveld savannah to rocky outcrops and mountains are waiting to be explored by you and your fellow travelers.

Hiking, biking and birding on the Nyika Plateau in South Africa

In the middle of the migration zone of the Eastern and Southern African birds is Chelinda Lodge, the Nyika Plateau. This is the ultimate birding destination, and is in an area with rolling hills where wild orchids provide an abundance of color. Nyika Plateau is ideal for hiking, bird watching and cycling activities in South Africa.

Night game drives in South Africa

A night game drive is a lovely addition to your safari in South Africa! Night drives in South Africa in the private game reserves are nice opportunities to spot game not usually seen during the day. Night drives in Kruger may only be conducted by park rangers in large park vehicles. In the Private Game Reserves, night game drives are done in open 4x4 vehicles. The main advantage of the open safari vehicles is that you get a better view and also a much better feel for the wild than in a closed vehicle.

Honeymoon in South Africa

A honeymoon in South Africa is simply amazing! Whether you prefer to unwind on an unspoiled private beach, enjoy the sophistication and charm of Cape Town or experience the adventure of a honeymoon safari - South Africa is the perfect honeymoon destination for lovebirds. Stylish accommodation, historic Cape Dutch wine estates, romantic sea-side villages and luxurious private game lodges designed to blend in with the natural environment are some of the things that make a honeymoon in South Africa something you will cherish for the rest of your life.

Golf holidays in South Africa

South Africa is a golfer's paradise and literally has hundreds of 18 and 9 hole golf courses. The golf courses in South Africa are suitable for beginners and advanced players, and the unique locations make a golf holiday in South Africa something special. One of the most famous golf courses of South Africa is the Hans Merensky Golf Club. Here you will find antelopes, giraffes and other wildlife walking between the holes.

Gap year in South Africa

We offer ranger courses in nature reserves and parks. You'll learn all about nature, conservation, driving 4x4s, shooting and many other skills needed in these wildlife parks. Annual training takes place in South Africa and the 28-day field course can be done in Kenya, Botswana and South Africa. Apart from this you can do community work and contribute to the well-being of South Africa's people.

Dolfijnen spotten in Zuid-Afrika

Dolfijnen spotten is een populaire bezigheid in Zuid-Afrika. In bijna alle kuststreken van Zuid-Afrika tref je dolfijnen. Aan de Zuidkust met name in Hermanus, Gansbaai, Mosselbaai,Plettenberg Bay en andere kustplaatsen aan de Garden Route, de Wild Coast en Durban. In Kaapstad kun je tijdens een sunset cruise vanuit het Victoria & Alfred Waterfront de dolfijnen voor de boot uit zien zwemmen.

Wijn proeven in Zuid-Afrika

Op een half uur van Kaapstad begint het Kaapse Wijnland, een gebied met schitterende bergen, groene valleien, wijngaarden en boomgaarden vol fruit. U vindt hier de bekende landhuizen met de zeer herkenbare Kaaps-Hollandse stijl. Vanwege het gunstige klimaat en de vruchtbare grond is dit gebied uitermate geschikt voor de wijnbouw.

Walvissen Spotten in Zuid-Afrika

Een spectaculaire belevenis is om walvissen te zien. Deze reusachtige dieren vind je in Zuid Afrika van juni tot oktober in de Indische Ocean. In deze periode komen ze om te paren en om hun jongen de eerste veilige maanden te geven in de ondiepe wateren van de Indische Oceaan. Er zijn verschillende manieren. Dagelijks gaan boten vanuit Hermanus de zee op om deze indrukwekkende dieren rond te zien zwemmen. Maar onze voorkeur gaat uit naar een uniek privé huis aan de kust vanwaar je vanuit je bed de walvissen voorbij ziet zwemmen.

Bezoek Robbeneiland

Robbeneiland is een historische plek. De meeste mensen kennen het vanwege de tijd die Nelson Mandela er in gevangenschap doorbracht. Echter, de VOC gebruikte het eiland al om tegenstanders gevangen te zetten.


The Winelands in South Africa are ideal to learn about South Africa's history and to taste its world-famous wines. Stellenbosch and Paarl clearly show the Dutch fingerprint in their architecture. The town of Franschhoek is one of the oldest towns in South Africa and is also special because of its beautiful location.
Franschhoek is known for its many important vineyards and in the village you will find several of South Africa's best restaurants. The village and flowery setting is a tourist attraction and is often visited along with Stellenbosch from Cape Town.

Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve

The most well known private game reserve in South Africa is without a doubt Sabi Sands, next to the Kruger National Park. Sabi Sands offers a safari experience like no other in the world. You can find the  Big Five here and some of the most amazing and unique safari lodges. Sabi Sands is well known for your chances of seeing leopard. This elusive animal is fruquently seen in the Sabi Sands. You can rest assured that you will come home with stunning memories and beautiful pictures.

Madikwe Game Reserve

Madikwe Game Reserve is the fourth largest game reserve in South Africa. It is also one of the least known reserves where you can experience the real safari feeling. One of the big advantages of the reserve is that it is malaria free. And you can spot the African Wild Dog here with a bit of luck! Madikwe lies about 90 kilometers north of  Zeerust, at roughly 4 - 5 hours drive of Johannesburg and Pretoria.


Lesotho is an enclave, built at an incredible altitude in middle of South Africa. It is also known by the locals as ''Kingdom in the sky''. This idyllic little kingdom guarantees beautiful views, birdlife and unique flora. For hikers Lesotho offers many interesting hiking trails, which also can be done on horseback. The friendly people, combined with the relaxed atmosphere make for a unique experience and an extra dimension to your trip in South Africa.

Kwazulu Natal

Kwazulu Natal is the home of the Zulu and has much to offer. Drakensberg is an absolute must. In this province lies the Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Reserve, the second most famous national park in South Africa. For the traveler who is interested in South African history, there are the Battlefields. Dolphin Coast and Wetlands Area in St. Lucia are two other highlights in this province that will enrich your safari.


The Kruger Park is located east of Johannesburg, bordering Mozambique and Zimbabwe. In the park, you have a great chance to spot the Big Five (lion, rhino, leopard, elephant and buffalo). The” Big Five” takes its name from the fact that these animals were regarded in the past as the most dangerous to hunt. You can stay in the Kruger Park itself or in the surrounding private parks which provide a more tranquile experience.

Little Karoo (or Klein Karoo)

Little Karoo lies between four mountain ranges: the Swartberg Mountains, Long Mountains, and the Outeniqua Mountains Kamanassie. The mountains are visible from everywhere and its charming villages ensure the Little Karoo is an absolute must for a trip through South Africa.

Cape Town

Cape Town was established in the 17th century when the V.O.C. decided to establish a trading post. In the following centuries, it became a melting pot of different nationalities. Its unique archeological location and its historic sites such as Waterfront, with Dutch influences in architecture, give Cape Town a unique charm.


Johannesburg is the largest city in South Africa and the heart of the South African economy, particularly through the gold industry and business. Johannesburg is known for its skyscrapers and its rich history. The historical town of Soweto is on your doorstep while visiting Joburg.

The history of Soweto coincides with the emergence of apartheid in South Africa and was originally created to house white South Africans. Nowadays, over five million people live in Joburg.

Garden Route

Between Swellendam and Port Elizabeth lies a beautiful coastline known as the Garden Route. Here you will find South Africa's most beautiful beaches and charming coastal towns. The Garden Route can be characterized as adventurous and accessible. The infrastructure is very good so you can travel easily from place to place. In the surroundings you will find ancient forests , pristine beaches and rivers that plunge into the sea determining the characteristics of the landscape . The Garden Route is heavenly and very suitable for nature lovers and hikers.

Safari South Africa – 21 days – The best of South Africa

This incredible safari will take you along South Africa’s cultural and natural highlights. Relive the country’s rich history, taste its world famous wines, face South Africa’s wildlife and enjoy breathtaking activities.

Safari Zuid-Afrika – 14 dagen Self-Drive: het mooiste van Zuid-Afrika

Deze rondreis voert langs bekende wijngebieden, geeft inzicht in Zuid-Afrika’s koloniale verleden en biedt naast het spotten van walvissen of dolfijnen een kijkje in een aantal fantastische natuurparken.

Safari South Africa – 9 days – Wine & Wildlife in the Eastern Cape

This tour brings you all that makes South Africa so special. Travel along beautiful winelands, learn about South Africa’s colonial history and see whales and other wildlife such as elephants, lions and giraffes.

Game walks in Zimbabwe

A game walk in Zimbabwe is an amazing experience and adds a lovely and exciting dimension to your safari in Zimbabwe. Game Walks with the big 5 near Victoria falls in Zimbabwe is an activity every adventurer should try at least once. The highly professional guides will teach a great deal about Zimbabwe's wildlife and nature, making a game walk in Zimbabwe a great way of enriching yourself.

Vic Falls – Up, Close & Personal

Visit the Victoria Falls and you will never be the same person again.
Rafting, bungee jumping, safaris in the surrounding national parks, golfing, river cruises and spectacular flights over the falls, the Victoria Falls attract diverse travelers and provides many reasons to want to go on safari in Zimbabwe.

Night game drive in Zimbabwe

A night game drive in Zimbabwe is a fascinating experience. Listening to the night sounds of the bush as animals draw close is like nothing you have ever experienced before!

Night creatures that you are likely to encounter are the lion, leopard, hyena, jackal, night apes, honey badgers, civets among others.

Canoeing on the Zambezi in Zimbabwe

Canoeing on the Lower Zambezi in Zimbabwe is probably the ultimate leisure activity. Quietly float through parts of the rivers that run through the national parks while spotting crocodiles, elephants and hippos from your cano.

Canoeing on the Zambezi in Zimbabwe adds a lovely dimension to your safari in Zimbabwe!

Honeymoon safari in Zimbabwe

A honeymoon safari in Zimbabwe is that special experience every honeymooner dreams of! The first thing many people want to do while on their honeymoon in Zimbabwe, is visiting the impressive Victoria Falls. Zimbabwe is also a really good option if you are looking for a classic safari experience as it has great game viewing options.

Golf holidays in Zimbabwe

Are you looking for monkeys or hippo's on the golf course? In Zimbabwe, this is possible, and you can choose from several international golf courses. Golf holidays in Zimbabwe are easy to combine with a safari program, this way you will enjoy a diverse, sporty and challenging experience in Zimbabwe.

Victoria Falls

The Victoria Falls is one of the world's most beautiful and romantic destinations. This protected World Heritage Site is one of the few waterfalls in the world where one can see from a very close range 550 million liters of water clattering down a 2.5 km altitude. Due to the force of the water the spray of water can be viewed 30 km up in the air. The Victoria Falls are on the Zambezi River, which flows between Zimbabwe and Zambia, but Zimbabwe has always been the most popular entry point for this impressive waterfall.

Matusadona National Park

Matusadona National Park has been named after the local Matuzviadonha Hills, this park is characterized by a beautiful combination of open plains and rugged hilly landscapes. Matusadona has one of the largest populations of lions in Africa and is the natural habitat of the black rhino. The park is located between two rivers, the Ume River in the west and the Sanyati River in the east.

Matopo National park & Matopos Hills

Matapos National Park vormt de kern van de Matopos Hills, een gebied bestaand uit granieten kopjes en beboste valleien. De Heuvels zijn 2000 miljoen jaar geleden ontstaan door gesmolten gesteente die over het landschap uitbarstte, hierdoor ontstonden gladde ‘whaleback dwalas’ en gebroken kopjes, bezaaid met rotsblokken en afgewisseld met struikgewas van vegetatie. De grote keien bieden goede schuilplaatsen voor het wild, maar er zijn ook nog indrukwekkende rotstekeningen te zien van de vroege steentijd.

Mana Pools National Park

Mana Pools lies on the southern bank of the Zambezi River and covers 2,196 square kilometers of unspoiled nature. Also called Zimbabwe's 'Wildlife Riviera' because of its abundant wildlife and unique location on the river. Mana Pools offers one of finest walking safari experiences in Africa. It is the only park where you can walk in Zimbabwe. Among the wildlife animals in the river are numerous crocodiles, hippos, buffalo, elephants and over 380 bird species ideal for bird watching.

Malilangwe Private Wildlife Reserve

Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve is 124,000 acres of wilderness which makes it an ideal refuge for many species. Including the black and white rhino, wild dogs, hyenas, the ‘little six’ beautiful small antelope and of course the Big Five. Visitors to this park will be rewarded with magnificent landscapes, such as mountains, jungle scenery and magical baobab trees.

Hwange National Park

Hwange National Park is first and foremost know for the fact that it is home to one of the world's largest elephant populations. It is also the habitat for the Big Five and more than 100 other mammal species. This park is also a birdwatcher's paradise as there are nearly 400 different species of birds including migratory species. The setting is spectacular because of the extraordinary variety of landscapes, desert landscapes to acacia forests, hardwood jungle and even ancient fossil dunes form the landscape of Hwange.


Harare is a hardworking African city, but also attractive and well designed with wide streets and numerous open spaces and parks. Flowers, shrubs and trees are abundant and when the jacaranda trees are in full bloom, the capital dotted with a purple glow. Harare more often than not is the starting point of your safari in Zimbabwe.

Safari Zimbabwe – 15 daagse familiereis hoogtepunten èn Mana Pools

Deze safari combineert de hoogtepunten in Zimbabwe: Matobo, Great Zimbabwe ruïnes, Hwange, Mana Pools Nationaal Park en de Vic Falls. U brengt een bezoek aan de Great Zimbabwe ruïnes, bezoekt wildparken en u sluit uw reis af bij de wereldberoemde Victoria Falls Watervallen, aan de Zimbabwe kant. Het stadje Victoria Falls is een echte 'avonturenbestemming', met veel mogelijkheden voor kinderen en tieners om na de spannende game drives zich uit te leven op en rond het water!

Safari Zimbabwe – 12 days family safari highlights

This safari combines the highlights of Zimbabwe in one trip. You will visit the Great Zimbabwe ruins, game reserves and your safari will be concluded at the world famous Victoria Waterfalls. Victoria Falls is a real adventure destination, with lots of fun activities for children and teenagers to go 'wild' and enjoy themselves after culture and wildlife.

Zambezi National Park | Waterberry lodge

Deze intieme en informele lodge in het hart van Zambia, bevindt zich op een serene locatie aan de oevers van de machtige Zambezi rivier. Waterberry lodge biedt een indrukwekkend uitzicht op het wildreservaat met al haar indrukwekkende fauna. De zeven stijlvol ingerichte huisjes met rieten daken liggen in mooie ongerepte omgeving en hun comfortabele beddenbieden een goede nachtrust te midden van de bush na een dag vol spannende activiteiten.

Zambezi National Park | Sausage Tree Camp

Sausage Tree Camp ligt op een prachtige locatie aan de oevers van de Zambezi rivier in het hart van Lower Zambezi National Parks. Het kamp kijkt uit over een uitgestrekt gebied van smalle kanalen en grote hoeveelheid eilanden met veel wildlife.

Zambezi National Park | Old Mondoro Camp

Old Mondoro Camp ligt in een bos van acacia bomen op de oevers van de Zambezi. Het is omgeven door een gebied dat zeer geschikt is voor wandelsafari’s, gamedrives en activiteiten op de rivier.

Zambezi National Park | Kasaka River Lodge

Gelegen aan de oevers van de Zambezi rivier en op een steenworp van de Zambiaanse bush treft u Kasaka River Lodge. De accommodatie bestaat uit twintig luxe tenten met direct zicht op de Zambezi rivier van waaruit u kunt genieten van onder andere buffels, olifanten, nijlpaarden en krokodillen. Tijdens uw verblijf kunt u een game walk of game drive maken en daarnaast kunt u ook kanosafaris maken of vissen in de Zambezi rivier. Ter ontspanning kunt u een duik nemen in het zwembad of genieten van een drankje in de jacuzzi. En ’s avonds kunt u met een drankje aan het kampvuur onder de sterrenhemel de ervaringen van de dag uitwisselen.

Zambezi National Park | Chongwe River House

Deze prachtige, door Neil Rocher ontworpen, prive-woning ligt op een een kilometer van Chongwe River Camp . Chongwe River House ligt aan het eind van een gigantisch winterthornbos, aan de oevers van Chongwe rivier, een zijtak van de Zambezi. Vanuit het huis kijkt u uit over het dek en het zwembad aan de rivier en de bergen daarachter. Chongwe is beroemd vanwege de reusachtige mannelijke olifanten die op zoek zijn naar voedsel in het winterthornbos waarin Chongwe ligt.

Zambezi National Park | Chiawa Camp

Chiawa Kamp ligt in Lower Zambezi National Park en is één van Zambia’s meest luxueuze safarikampen. Kenmerkend is de attente en persoonlijke service, fantastische gerechten en spectaculair uitzicht op de Zambezi en wildlife. In de directe omgeving zijn luipaarden, leeuwen, olifanten en nijlpaarden.

South Luangwa National Park | Nsolo Bush Camp

Nsolo Bush Camp ligt verscholen in de wildernis van South Luangwa. De koloniale sfeer en het exclusieve karakter in combinatie met de kleinschaligheid maken dit kamp tot één van de betere plekken in Zambia om het ‘’Out-of-Africa’’ gevoel te ervaren. Nsolo Bush Camp bestaat uit vier ruime chalets, gebouwd op een houten platform en omgeven door bomen die voor verkoeling zorgen. Vanaf de veranda kunt u genieten van de natuur en de rust die de omgeving uitstraalt. Vanuit het kamp kunt u game drives en wandelsafari’s maken, onder begeleiding van professionele rangers.

South Luangwa National Park | Mwaleshi Camp

Mwaleshi Camp is een kleinschalig kamp in North Luangwa National Park voor zes tot acht personen Mwaleshi Camp ligt in een bocht van de Mwaleshirivier en is een plek van rust en eenvoud, in contrast met prachtige wildlifeactie. Om vanuit het kamp hyena’s te zien jagen of en grote kuddes buffels en gnoes ende endemische Cookson’s voorbij te zien gaan, is een unieke ervaring.

South Luangwa National Park | Mchenja Camp

Mchenja Camp ligt verdekt onder eeuwenoude ebbenbomen aan de Luangwa rivier. De vergezichten die dit kamp biedt zijn onvergetelijk en een heerlijke manier om hier van te genieten is tijdens lunch of diner aan aan de oever van de rivier. Mchenja bestaat uit vijf ruime safaritenten met een openluchtbadkamer die in combinatie met de gezellige bar en het vriendelijke personeel zorgen voor een gemoedelijke sfeer.

South Luangwa National Park | Lion Camp

Lion Camp ligt in het noordoosten van Luangwa National Park en is omgeven door woeste natuur en mooie open vlaktes. De negen luxe chalets staan in een gebied dat zeer regelmatig bezocht wordt door zebra’s en olifanten, daarnaast staat het bekend om haar omvangrijke vogelpopulatie.

South Luangwa National Park | Kutandala

Kutandala is Zambia’s kleinste kamp en ligt op een schitterende locatie aan de oevers van de Mwaleshirivier, in het hart van het North Luangwa National Park. Kutandala biedt de ultieme safari voor reizigers die echt afgelegen wildernis zoeken.
Weinig ervaringen zijn te vergelijken met een toevallige ontmoeting met een leeuw, of oog in oog staan met honderden buffels. Tijdens uw safari in Kutandala wordt u vergezeld door mensen die dit gebied op hun duim kennen en liefhebben.

South Luangwa National Park | Kakuli Bush Camp

Kakuli ligt op een prachtige locatie aan de Luangwarivier en biedt naast imposante wildlife in en langs de rivier ook indrukwekkende uitzichten over de open vlaktes aan de oever van de Luangwa. Vanuit het kamp kunt u nijlpaarden in de rivier zien, bavianen in de bomen en verschillende antilopen op de open vlaktes bewonderen.

South Luangwa National Park | Kapani Lodge

Kapani ligt aan de grote lagune van de Luangwa rivier in Zambia . Norman Carr, voormalig jager maar Zambia’s eerste natuurbeschermer richtte Kapani op. Tegenwoordig managen zijn zijn kinderen en kleinkinderen de lodge.

South Luangwa National Park | Chichele Presidential Lodge

Gelegen op een heuvel met uitzicht op de Luangwa vallei in een afgelegen regio van Luangwa National Park treft u de luxe Chichele Lodge. De uitstraling is koloniaal en de lodge bestaat uit tien cottages met airco, minibar, een en-suite badkamer en een terras met zwembad waar u kunt ontspannen na éen van de safariactiviteiten. Vanuit Chichele kunt u dag- en nacht game drives en ook wandelsafaris maken in South Luangwa.

Livingstone en Victoria Watervallen | Tangala House

Tangala House is een luxe, privehuis aan de oevers van de Zambezirivier, 15 km stroomopwaarts van de Victoriawatervallen. Daarmee is het het enige huis bestemd voor reizigers in de directe omgeving van de watervallen. Het biedt privacy en exclusiviteit in een adembenemende omgeving, en is een geweldige plek voor gezinnen of groepen vrienden.

Livingstone en Victoria Watervallen | Tongabezi

Tongabezi behoort tot de top10 huwelijksreisbestemmingen ter wereld en is ook voor families die prijs stellen op luxe en privacy een goede keuze. Tongabezi wordt omgeven door inheemse bomen en groen gazon.

Livingstone en Victoria Watervallen | Toka Leya

Toka Leya camp is een luxe kamp met uitzicht op de machtige Zambezi rivier en eilanden. Het biedt een goede uitvalsbasis voor de Victoria watervallen (12 km verderop). Toka Leya biedt u comfort en avontuur en beschikt bovendien over een restaurant, bar, wellnessfaciliteit en een zwembad.

Livingstone en Victoria Watervallen | Royal Livingstone

Royal Livingstone ligt aan de oevers van de Zambezi rivier, dichtbij het spectaculaire oostelijke deel van de Victoriawatervallen.

Livingstone en Victoria Watervallen | Sussi and Chuma Lodge

Deze lodge is vernoemd naar David Livingstone’s trouwste reisgenoten en bestaat uit een intieme lodge en twee exclusieve huizen met mooi uitzicht bieden op de Zambezirivier. De omgeving van Sussi and Chuma biedt een enorme verscheidenheid aan vogelsoorten.

Livingstone en Victoria Watervallen | River Club

Met de Zambezi rivier aan de overzijde en ’s avonds het gebrul van leeuwen en andere wilde dieren op de achtergrond, biedt River Club een onvergetelijk ervaring. De River Club is bekend vanwege de vele vogels, nijlpaarden en krokodillen.

Victoria falls – up, close & personal

Visit the Victoria Falls and you will never be the same person again. Rafting, bungee jumping, safaris in the surrounding national parks, golfing, river cruises and spectacular flights over the falls, the Victoria Falls attract diverse travelers and provides many reasons to want to go on safari in Zambia.

Game walk in Zambia

A game walk in Zambia is an unforgettable experience! Zambia offers Africa's widest choice of reliable and excellent walking safaris. Great wildlife and high-quality camps run by bush enthusiasts combine to make Zambian walking safaris amongst the best anywhere.


Horseback safari in Zambia

Experience the freedom of horse riding with Zambia's wild animals from a horseback.

On horseback, discover Zambia's greatest features such as the Victoria Falls or Livingstone's surroundings. Spotting wild animals in Zambia from a horseback is one of the purest ways of experiencing a safari and not for the faint hearted.

Night game drives in Zambia

The most special time of a day to go on safari is at night! During a night game drive in Zambia the bush sees the emergence of various nocturnal species and is also prime hunting time for a lot of big cats. They tend to spend the day resting in the shade to keep out of fierce African sun.

Canoeing on the Zambezi river in Zambia

Canoeing on the Lower Zambezi is probably the ultimate relaxation activity while on safari in Zambia. Quietly float through parts of the rivers that run through the national parks while canoeing and watching crocodiles, elephants and hippos from nearby. You will be doing this with experienced guides to make it a safe trip and a wonderful addition to your safari in Zambia.

Honeymoon safari in Zambia

A honeymoon safari in Zambia is an fantastic experience for newly weds! If you are looking for an adventurous, wild and exclusive safari experience for your honeymoon, Zambia offers beautiful game-viewing, diverse activities, intimate camps and lodges, stunning landscape sceneries, warm African hospitality and serene surroundings.

Zambezi National Park

Low Zambezi National Park is located downstream of the Kariba Lake and opposite the Mana Pools National Park in Zimbabwe. This is one of the newest parks in Zambia, but the beauty of this park is the absolute wilderness. Despite the fact that the variety and quantity of wildlife is not as great as in other parks, there are spectacular opportunities to come within touching distance of the animals wandering through the Zambezi channels. The slope along the northern side of the park serves as a barrier for most of the animals, keeping them in the park.

South Luangwa National Park

In eastern Zambia is one of the most green parks of Africa: Luangwa National Park. The Luangwa River meanders from north to south, with evergreen forests on the banks of the river at almost every part. The lodges located in Luangwa National Park are remote and ideal for game walking. You can also choose to hike from camp to camp. This is unique in Africa. In the dry season, between August and October, the wildlife is concentrated in the lagoons and waterholes making this the best time to spot the larger animals, such as lions, leopards, buffalo and puku.

Livingstone and Victoria Falls

Livingstone is Zambia's tourism and adventure capital and provides the best access to the mighty Victoria Falls discovered by Dr. David Livingstone in 1855. The falls are a magnet for visitors from around the world. Livingstone has a range of exciting activities such as whitewater rafting, kayaking, bungee jumping, horse riding and game drives. It also has some of the best hotels, camps and lodges in Africa to offer.

Kafue National Park

Just two hours from Livingstone lies Africa's third largest national park, Kafue National Park. It is located in the west central part of Zambia. Kafue National Park is located between the vast Busanga plains in the north, and the Nanzhila forests to the south. This park has excellent wildlife, especially birds and fish are the special features of the area.

Safari Zambia – 13 days – highlights of Zambia

This safari in Zambia combines two of the finest National Parks in Southern Africa with the magnificence of the Victoria Falls. The South Luangwa National Park is certainly Zambia’s premier wildlife destination and is widely regarded as one of Africa’s last great untamed wildernesses. It is home to large herds of elephant and buffalo as well as a great variety of predator and prey species, this park has one of the densest populations of leopard found anywhere on the continent. The Lower Zambezi with it’s aesthetic scenery, great game-viewing as well as the river activities on offer provides a great contrast.

South Africa



Zanzibar & Pemba | Unguja Lodge

Unguja is een kleinschalige lodge en ligt in Kizimkazi, het Zuidelijkste puntje van Zanzibar, op slechts een uurtje rijden van Zanzibar Airport en Stone Town. De Nederlandse eigenaren Ellies en Ralph hebben het op een smaakvolle en traditionele manier gebouwd en daarbij gebruik gemaakt van lokale materialen; makuti (palmbladeren), palmhout en koraal gesteente.

Zanzibar & Pemba | Swahili House

Het Swahili House is gelegen in het centrum van het historische Stone Town, dicht bij alle kleine drukke straatjes en steegjes, de markt, winkels en restaurants. Het House of Wonders en andere bezienswaardigheden zijn allemaal op loopafstand van het Swahili House. Het Swahili House ligt op minder dan 20 minuten rijden van de luchthaven van Zanzibar.

Zanzibar & Pemba | Pongwe Beach Hotel

Pongwe Beach Hotel ligt in een afgelegen baai aan de oostkust van Zanzibar, een van de mooiste kustlijnen in de wereld. De zestien traditionele cottages liggen aan het strand en bieden een intieme sfeer. Het heldere blauwe water in de baai draagt bij aan een paradijselijke eilandervaring. De baai is beschermd door het rif op een kilometer van de kust en is daardoor ideaal om te zwemmen en snorkelen. Ook kunt u op een traditionele houten boot, dhows, de diepere wateren achter het rif verkennen. Deze wateren zijn ideaal voor deep sea fishing en te vissen op tonijn, marlijn, barracuda en kingfish. Grote kans dat u hier ook haaien, dolfijnen en schilpadden treft!

Zanzibar & Pemba | Mnemba Island Lodge

Barefoot luxe op een privé-eiland in Zanzibar. Mnemba Island Lodge is een pitoreske lodge gelegen op het paradijselijke privé-eiland Mnemba Island,voor de kust van Zanzibar in Tanzania. Alleen de gasten van de lodge hebben toegaan tot het eiland waardoor u in alle rust van uw privacy en van de adembenemende schoonheid van de omgeving kunt genieten. De maagdelijk witte stranden, de ongerepte koraalriffen en de cottages gemaakt van palmbladeren eiland tot een waar paradijs. Memba Island is zonder meer een van de meest romantische vakantiebestemmingen ter wereld.

Zanzibar & Pemba | Matemwe Beach Village

Matemwe Beach Village is een kleine kustplek, aan de noordoostelijke kant van Zanzibar. Het is het klassieke paradijs vol met witte stranden en palmbomen. In de buurt ligt Mnemba Atoll, dit wereldberoemde rif biedt enkele van de beste duiklokaties in Oost Afrika. In de omgeving van het strand treft u vele lokale vissersdorpjes waar u in contact kan komen met de locals op dit paradijselijk plekje.

Zanzibar & Pemba | Fundu Lagoon

Fundu Lagoon is een afgelegen, vredig resort dat alleen per boot bereikt kan worden. Fundu ligt op een prachtig strand in het zuid westen van Pemba Island en werd met veel eerbied voor zijn natuurlijke omgeving opgezet. Houten loopbruggen en zandpaden leiden tot achttien Makuti rietgedekte tentenkamers en suites. De atmosfeer is hier heel aangenaam en de service van het personeel zorgt ervoor dat u zich volledig kunt ontspannen.

Zanzibar & Pemba | Blue Bay Resort

Blue Bay Beach Resort is gelegen aan het mooiste witte strand op het eiland Zanzibar. Het hotel ligt aan de oostkust in een gebied dat bekend staat als Kiwengwa. Blue Bay Beach Resort had zich geen betere locatie kunnen wensen. Het resort ligt verspreid over 30 hectare en heeft meer dan 1000 prachtige palmbomen aan het spierwitte zand en de sprankelende zee. Elke kamer beschikt over een eigen badkamer en een veranda of balkon op maat om te ontspannen. Om uw verblijf nog aangenamer te maken kunt u kiezen uit een breed scala aan wateractiviteiten. Het resort heeft een eigen Scuba Diving & Water Sports Centre en ook is er een heerlijke Oasis span waar u zich kunt ontspannen.

Tarangire | Tarangire Treetops

Tarangire Treetops Lodge ligt aan de grens van Tarangire National Park. Dit maakt het mogelijk dat u hier naast de game drives in een four wheel drive overdag ook wandelsafari’s en in de avond safari’s kunt maken.
Tarangire Tree Tops lodge ligt op een unieke manier, rondom een 700 jaar oude Baobabboom gebouwd. De waterdrinkplaats naast de lodge wordt zeer regelmatig bezocht door olifanten en zorgt dus vrijwel constant voor een mooi spektakel. Tarangire Treetops heeft een eigen zwembad waar u tussen de game drives door heerlijk kunt genieten van de mooie omgeving.

Tarangire | Tarangire Safari Camp

Tarangire Safari Lodge ligt in het Tarangire National Park en garandeert veel panoramische uitzichten vol Baobab bomen, wildlife en de Tarangire rivier. De rivier die door het National Park stroomt trekt veel wilde dieren aan, met name grote hoeveelheden olifanten. Tarangire heeft vele contrasterende landschappen en ongeëvenaarde vogelpopulatie. Tussen de game drives door kunt u zich ontspannen in de grote en comfortabele lounge of genieten van een verfrissende duik in het zwembad. Daarnaast is het ook mogelijk om gemasseerd te worden in de massagekamer.

Tarangire | Swala Camp

Swala Camp ligt in een afgelegen gebied van het Tarangire National Park, een van de meest opwindende en minst bezochte gebieden in Tanzania. Swala ligt in totale afzondering te midden van reusachtige acacia bomen en kijkt uit over de indrukwekkende savanne. Swala biedt op deze manier een zeer exclusieve safari ervaring. Het kenmerkende van dit schilderachtige landschap zijn de enorme baobab bomen, grote kuddes olifanten en exotische vogels. Gebouwd volgens de hoogste milieuvriendelijke normen, heeft dit kamp een heel oorspronkelijke en pure sfeer.

Tarangire | Oliver’s Camp

Oliver’s Camp ligt midden in de Tarangire wildernis waardoor het een ongeëvenaarde bushervaring biedt. Vanuit het kamp heeft u een prachtig uitzicht op het omringende landschap: de Ngorongoro hooglanden, de Great Rift Valley, de Lake Manyara regio en natuurlijk het Tarangire National Park zelf. Er is geen betere locatie om de adembenemende schoonheid van dit gebied te ondervinden en tegelijkertijd de complexiteit en de kwetsbaarheid van dit unieke ecosysteem te ervaren.

Tarangire | Losirwa Camp

Losirwa Camp’s 10 goed ingerichte chalets bieden een geweldig uitzicht op het beroemde Manyara meer. Vanuit elk punt kunt u wildlife in de verte zien grazen van het vruchtbare gras dat wordt gevoed door het water van het Manyara meer. Elk chalet is gebouwd op een verhoogd platform en bedekt met een traditioneel rieten “makuti” dak.

Tarangire | Kirurumu Under Canvas

Kirurumu Tarangire Camp/Kirurumu Under Canvas is een traditioneel safari kamp en ligt in een Maasai concessie gebied grenzend aan het Tarangire National Park. Kirurumu Tarangire Camp geeft het echte safari gevoel. Dit komt vooral door het kleinschalige karakter met slechts vijf tenten midden in de bush en het constante geluid van wilde dieren. Dit sfeervolle tentenkamp biedt een indrukwekkend uitzicht op Lake Manyara en is omgeven door tamarindebomen, baobabs en acacia’s.

Serengeti | Serengeti Migration Camp

Serengeti Migration Camp ligt bij het startpunt van de Great Migration, verstopt tussen indrukwekkende rotspartijen. Het kamp bestaat uit twintig luxe, verhoogde tenten elk met ruimtelijke en smaakvol gedecoreerde slaapkamer. Serengeti Migration Camp is een natuurlijke reflectie van zijn omgeving qua stijl en inrichting.

Serengeti | Olakira Asilia Mobile Camp

Olakira is een klein mobiel kamp en trekt met de migratie mee. In dit kamp bent u dus altijd verzekerd van een van de beste plekken tijdens de migratie. In het begin van het jaar, is Olakira perfect gelegen om het kalven van de gnoes van dichtbij mee te maken. In de drogere maanden verhuist het kamp om de grote kuddes naar het noordelijk gedeelte van de Serengeti te zien trekken.

Serengeti | Ndutu Safari Lodge

Ndutu Safari Lodge ligt in de graslanden van het Ngorongoro Conversation Area in het zuid-oostelijke gedeelte van de Serengeti.

Serengeti | Elewana Migration Tented Camp

Elewana Migration tentenkamp ligt op een afgelegen punt, tussen de weelderige vlaktes van het noordelijk gedeelte van de Serengeti. De lodge ligt aan de oever van de Grumeti rivier. Dit is een belangrijk punt voor de gnoes bij de oversteek tijdens de migratie naar het noordelijk gelegen Masai Mara in Kenya. Hier maken krokodillen dan ook jacht op het overstekend wild.

Ngorongoro | Rhotia Valley Lodge

Rhotia Valley lodge ligt vlakbij de stad Karat. Het is een kleinschalige lodge in de hooglanden van Ngorongoro en is opgezet door een Nederlands echtpaar. Het is hun doel om de lokale bevolking te ondersteunen. Allereerst zijn er dus veel mensen uit de omgeving die hier hun werk hebben gevonden, maar er is ook een lokale school opgericht waar kinderen uit de omgeving nu goed onderwijs krijgen.

Ngorongoro | Ngorongoro Plantation Lodge

Ngorongoro Plantation Lodge ligt op de heuvels van het Karatu gebied tussen Manyara National Park en de Ngorongoro krater en is omgeven door koffieboerderijen. De Plantation lodge ligt op 20 minuten rijden van de lodoare ingang van Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

Ngorongoro | Ngorongoro Crater Lodge

De Ngorongoro Crater lodge is een zeer exclusief en bevindt zich aan de rand van de Ngorongoro krater in Tanzania. De lodge biedt een spectaculair uitzicht op het werelderfgoed. De locals leven in bijna volstrekte harmonie met de ongelooflijke dieren die de Ngorongoro Conservation Area bewonen, waardoor een verblijf in dit gebied uiterst inspirerend is!

Dar Es Salaam & kust | Tides Lodge

The Tides is een exclusief beach resort gelegen aan de spectaculaire Swahili kust. Deze Afrikaanse oase combineert de ervaring van de Afrikaanse bush met rustieke luxe accommodatie in een paradijselijke omgeving.
De romantisch ingerichte bungalows van The Tides zijn gelegen aan het strand met elk een eigen ruimte om te zonnen.

Arusha | Rivertrees Country Inn

Rivertrees Country Inn is een kleinschalige lodge tussen de stad Arusha en het Kilimanjaro Vliegveld. De lodge ligt in een prachtige tuin langs een rivier met uitzicht op de bergen Kilimanjaro en Meru. In het hoofdgebouw bevinden zich het restaurant, de bar en de open keuken. Het restaurant serveert heerlijke maaltijden, bereid met verse groenten, fruit en kruiden uit eigen tuin.

Arusha | Mount Meru Game Lodge

Mount Meru Game Lodge is een unieke safari lodge gelegen tussen Arusha en de luchthaven van Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.

Gap year in Tanzania

Whether you stay with us for 1, 2 or 3 months, your Tanzania gap year program is specifically designed to keep you off the well-worn backpackers trail but gives you a taste of everything that makes this country a favourite with independent travellers. Our main projects are based outside Tanga, one of Tanzania’s oldest coastal towns and in the Moshi area of northern Tanzania, in the foothills of Kilimanjaro. Our base at Tanga is situated in the heart of a rural coastal community literally on the Indian Ocean front. The really adventurous can use one of their weeks to climb Africa’s highest mountains.

Birds-eye View in Lake Manyara NP

Sinds kort is er een nieuwe activiteit bij Lake Manyara! Hoog in de bomen is een route uitgezet via negen hangbruggen (met netten aan de zijkant). Je loopt ruim 500 meter op achttien meter hoogte tussen de boomtoppen. Vanaf de hangbruggen kun je genieten van de prachtige vergezichten, vogels en andere dieren die zich op deze hoogte bevinden. Spannend en genieten van de natuur! Vraag naar de mogelijkheden om het op te nemen in het reisprogramma.

De Grote Migratie van gnoes & zebra’s

'The Great Migration' - de migratie van duizenden zebra’s en gnoes is op bepaalde tijden een spektakel en het is dan ook een unieke belevenis om hier getuige van te zijn. Zebra’s en gnoes zijn altijd op zoek naar groene grasvlaktes en deze groene gronden zijn weer afhankelijk van de regens. De migratie wordt dan ook getriggerd door de regens en is daarom moeilijk te voorspellen.


Tarangire National Park is one of the smaller national parks in Tanzania. The name of the park originates from the Tarangire river that crosses through the park, being the only source of water for wild animals during the dry season. The park is famous for its huge numbers of elephants, baobab trees, and climbing African pythons. It lies southeast of Lake Manyara and covers an area of approx 2,850 square kms.

Safari Tanzania – 14 days Wild in South Tanzania & Beach

This safari offers you the perfect combination of the remote Selous Game Reserve, Ruaha National Park and Mikumi Park with the culture and tropical beaches of Zanzibar. From Dar es Salaam you will drive to Selous; stay here for three days and have all the time of the world to spot game. Very special here is that you can do so on foot, by game vehicle or by boat! Next it is time to drive to Ruaha, via Mikumi Park, where you will stay another three nights.

Safari Tanzania – 14 days – Highlights of North Tanzania

During this safari you are driving in a 4 x 4 private game vehicle with your private driver/guide to the most famous parks of Tanzania and its highlights.
Mount Kilimanjaro and the famous Ngorongoro Crater with huge amounts of wild animals are some of the highlights of Tanzania. The Great Migration in July / August every year in Tanzania is another one. Your safari in Tanzania is incomplete without a visit to the mighty Tarangire River, teeming with crocodiles and hippos. Along its shores you will find over 550 bird species, a paradise for ornithologists.

Safari Tanzania – 14 days – Best of Tanzania

This incredible safari in Tanzania takes you along the awe-inspiring Selous National Reserve, the beautiful Mikumi National Park and Ruaha National Park where you can enjoy Tanzania’s fascinating wildlife and impressive sceneries. All this while staying in beautiful lodges. After these intense experiences it is time to enjoy the beautiful and serene Zanzibar.

Kilimanjaro Climb – 8 days – Machame Route

This is probably the most beautiful route up Kilimanjaro. The accommodation on the way up and down is strictly camping (mobile tents) only. This trek is strenuous and may be better suited to more adventurous hikers. The Machame route is normally completed in a minimum of 6 days/5 nights on the mountain.

Safari Tanzania – 10 days safari in Selous en Zanzibar

This safari in Tanzania is the ideal combination of the deserted National Park of Selous, local culture and the tropical beaches of Zanzibar. From Dar es Salaam you will fly to Selous where you will stay for four days during which you can enjoy the wildlife thoroughly. Something unique is that you can do this on foot, per game vehicle on a game drive or per boat!

From Selous you will fly to Zanzibar, where you can enjoy culture and history in Stone Town and relax in a tropical paradise with pristine white beaches.

Game walk in Rwanda

A game walk in Rwanda is fascinating and suitable for the adventurous traveler. Doing a game walk in Rwanda is a very special experience because you get to enjoy the African nature and its wildlife to the fullest. During a game walk safari in Rwanda you get within touching distance of the wild life, while under protection of armed and experienced rangers.

Night game drive in Rwanda

Night game drives in Rwanda are an incredibly powerful experience! Night drives in an open game viewing vehicle offer you the chance to glimpse mysterious creatures of the night in Rwanda.

Honeymoon in Rwanda

A honeymoon in Rwanda is ideal for adventurous lovebirds. If you want to celebrate your honeymoon by getting face to face with the impressive gorilla, Rwanda is your best choice. All of our honeymoon itineraries are tailor-made to ensure your honeymoon in Rwanda fits your wishes and you get the honeymoon you have dreamed of.

Nyungwe Forest

To be face to face with a gorilla is an unforgettable moment. Their fingers are as big as our hands and their hands weigh almost ten pounds. A gorilla safari is a must for travelers who are interested in primates and wildlife. The forest of Nyungwe is also teeming with other primates, so here you have the chance to spot chimps at close range.

Lake Kivu

Lake Kivu is one of the major lakes in the Great Lakes region in Africa and lies on the border with Rwanda and Congo. Nearby volcanic activity takes place which makes it extremely fertile and the mountains that surround Lake Kivu provide a spectacular backdrop during your safari in Rwanda. There are three major cities in this region. Gisenyi, on the north side of Lake Kivu, is an old colonial beach resort. Kibuye is the most beautiful city of the three, and in August you can witness the annual migration of the kite, the impressive raptor. Cyangugu, was an important trading point of Lake Kivu and still has that atmosphere.

Akagera National Park

Akagera National Park is located in the northeast of Rwanda on the border with Tanzania. The greatest charm of Akagera is its mountainous environment, which provides unique views of lakes and marshes. Lots of wildlife can be admired in Akagera, along with a gorilla trek you can make a traditional safari here and you will have a chance to see elephants, crocodiles and lions on the way.

Safari Rwanda – 4 day Gorilla Safari

This four day safari brings you within touching distance of Rwanda’s famous gorillas. It contains one gorilla tracking and is extendable by one day should you wish to stay longer. You will be accompanied by a driver and a guide at all times bringing you from Kigali to the Virunga Mountains.

Entebbe | Boma Guest House

Boma Guest House ligt aan de rand van Entebbe en op korte afstand van de internationale luchthaven en Lake Victoria. De accommodatie bestaat uit vijftien slaapkamers met badkamers ensuite, Afrikaanse inrichting. De bar ligt in een mooie tuin en biedt direct uitzicht op Lake Victoria.

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest | Mahogany Springs Lodge

Mahogany Springs Lodge ligt aan de Munyaga rivier en heeft zicht op Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. De lodge biedt privacy en rust in combinatie met optimaal comfort in een spectaculaire omgeving. Mahogany Springs is de perfecte uitvalsbasis voor Gorilla Tracking en Bird watching avonturen.

Fishing on the Nile in Uganda

In addition to the chimpanzees or an unforgettable boat trip upriver to the Murchison Falls, fishing on the Nile in Uganda is one of the biggest attractions of the Murchison Falls National Park (Uganda's largest National Park).

Whether you are the serious fisherman in search of a big Nile Perch, or simply want to enjoy a day out on the Nile in Uganda with family and friends, fishing on the Nile in Uganda is an experience you will never forget.

Game walk in Uganda

A game walk in Uganda, something every traveler should experience! A game walk in Uganda is unique and enables you to experience the African nature and its wildlife on a whole different level. A game walk in Madagascar gets you within a few feet of the wild animals, while under protection of armed and experienced rangers.

Chimp tracking in Oeganda

Aan het reusachtige lake Tanganyika ligt Gombe National Park. Hier startte Dr. Jane Goodall ooit haar research naar chimpansees. Vandaag de dag is het mogelijk om hier de chimpansees in het wild te zien en ook mee te lopen met het onderzoeksteam van het Jane Goodall researchinstituut dat hier nog steeds actief is.

Night game drive in Uganda

A night game drive in Uganda is a wonderful opportunity to see predators on the hunt, animals that sleep during the day and are rarely seen while the sun is up. You are accompanied by a authorized guide who will inform you of the dynamics of the animals and their natural habitat.

Honeymoon safari in Uganda

A Honeymoon safari in Uganda is that once in a lifetime experience that every love bird that wants something unique for the start of his or her marriage should try. A safari is comparable to a marriage, it is a journey where you constantly love, learn new things and overcome difficulties.

Gorilla tracking in Uganda

In the tropical rainforest of Uganda lives the rare Mountain Gorilla also know as the ''Gentle Giant''. Tracking gorillas in Uganda is one of the most exciting experiences you will ever have. Picture yourself making your way through thick, nigh impenetrable woods whilst hearing birds, a nearby river and your own accelerated heartbeat. Facing a family of gorillas in Uganda is serene and exciting at the same time!

Bigodi Wetland wandeling in Oeganda

Vlakbij Kibale National Park ligt het moerasgebied Bigodi Wetland. Je kan hier prachtige wandelingen maken en er zijn ongeveer 200 soorten vogels, waaronder de Great Blue Turaco en zo’n acht soorten primaten. Je gaat met een ranger op pad en door dit te doen, ondersteun je de lokale bevolking.  Bigodi Wetland is een paradijs voor vogelaars.

Kibale Forest National Park

Kibale Forest is one of the most beautiful rain forests of East Africa. Thirteen different species of primates can be found here. Nowhere in Africa so many different species live together in just one forest. To mention a few: Redtailed monkey, black and white colobus, Blue monkey, Greycheeked Mangabay, red colobus and bushbabies. But chimpansees is what the world revolves around in this forest.

Queen Elizabeth National Park

The Queen Elizabeth National Park with its nearly 2000 square meters, borders in the North with the Rwenzori mountains and in the West with Lake Edward. Unfortunately many animals were decimated during the war with Tanzania, but numbers are growing and the area is very interesting and worthwhile to visit.

Murchison Falls

Murchison Falls is the largest Ugandan game park and the park is split in two by the river Nile. The landscape varies from thick rain forest to the hilly savannah areas in the Southwest that stretch out to the North. Murchison Falls is one of the greenest parks in Africa!


Kampala is the vibrant capital of Uganda, and with its 1.2 million inhabitants, the largest city of the country and the economic heart of Uganda. The nightlife, the friendly people and the proximity to Lake Victoria make a visit to the city worth the effort. Your safari in Uganda starts and usually ends in Kampala or Entebbe.


Entebbe is a large town in Central Uganda. Located on a Lake Victoria peninsula, the town used to be the seat of government for the Protectorate of Uganda, prior to its Independence in 1962. Entebbe International Airport, is Uganda's largest commercial and military airport. Entebbe is also the location of State House, the official office and residence of the president of Uganda.

Safari Uganda – 14 days – Beautiful family safari in Uganda with loads of fun activities

This safari is an experience of a lifetime for the entire family in Uganda. It combines the following elements: nature, culture and fantastic activities for both children and adults.

Safari Uganda – 12 days – Highlights of Uganda

This safari brings you the highlights of Uganda combined with rare accommodations. Discover the original Uganda by hiking through its dense forests, cruising on the impressive Murchison Falls while enjoying its unique flora and fauna.

Safari Uganda – 10 days – Uganda in a nutshell

Uganda is a land of contrasts. In half a day you can drive from mist shrouded volcanic mountains to hot hazy savannah, dappled with wildlife. Serene undulating hills of tea plantations, lush but ordered, give way to tangled jungle and rainforest with musical accompaniment of chaotic, cacophonous birdlife and a rich Cultural history and Institutions.

It’s all there, a feast for all the senses.

Safari Uganda – 7 days – Primates of Uganda

During this safari you will visit the chimpansees of the Kibali Forest for a full day together with researchers, walk amongst the gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and hike through some of Uganda’s most spectacular natural highlights.

Safari Uganda – 5 days – Gorilla tracking in Uganda

The absolute highlight of this tour is sharing time and space with the enormous mountain gorilla. It is a unique experience to see how these fascination giants live in harmony in their natural habitat. There are just over 650 mountain gorillas left in Uganda, Rwanda and Congo. For a visit to the mountain gorillas a permit is required. These are limited to protect the species, therefore it is important to plan your gorilla tracking adventure in Uganda several months beforehand.

13-daagse Safari Chimpansee & Gorilla Safari

Tijdens deze safari zie je het ware Oeganda in een land dat nog niet wordt bezocht door massa's toeristen. Je maakt kennis met de lokale bevolking en vooral met imposante natuur en imposante gorilla's, chimpansees en andere wilde dieren die in dit groene hart van Afrika leven.

9-daagse Jane Goodall Primaten Safari

Dit is een speciale primaten safari ontwikkeld in samenwerking met het Jane Goodall Instituut Nederland. U steunt hiermee de Jane Goodall projecten in Oeganda, waaronder het Kibale Snare Removal project. De stichting werkt nauw samen met lokale bevolking om chimpansees te beschermen. Oeganda staat bekend om haar chimpansees en berggorilla's en Oeganda is een van de weinige landen waar je deze dieren in het wild kan tracken en zien. Een unieke belevenis.

Kalahari | Kalahari Anib Lodge

Kalahari Anib Lodge ligt ongeveer 30 km. ten noordoosten van Mariental, in de Kalahari woestijn, de grootste zandvlakte ter wereld. Kalahari Anib ligt zeer centraal waardoor het een ideale uitvalbasis is om de omgeving te leren kennen.
In totaal telt de lodge 45 kamers, waaronder familiekamers. Deze zijn ruim en comfortabel ingericht en beschikken over alle moderne faciliteiten.

Windhoek | Pension Uhland

Het charmante Pension Uhland hotel ligt op slechts 10 minuten loopafstand van het centrum van Windhoek. Het rustige hotel is van alle moderne faciliteiten en services voorzien en garandeert een comfortabel verblijf. De vele vogels zorgen voor een heerlijke Afrikaanse sfeer. Pension Uhland staat bekend om het uitgebreide en goed verzorgde ontbijt en de heerlijke diners. Onder het genot van een drankje kunt u ontspannen in de gezellige bar naast het zwembad.

Windhoek | Elegant Farmstead

Elegant Farmstead is een elegante boerderij nabij Okahandja en ligt op ongeveer 60 kilometer van Windhoek. De klassieke hoeve uitstraling gecombineerd met het moderne interieur is één van de grootste charmes van deze lodge. Elegant Farmstead heeft elf ruime, moderne kamers die stijlvol zijn ingericht en beschikken over een ensuite badkamer en een klein terras waar u kunt genieten van het uitzicht op de prachtige tuin met op de achtergrond de geluiden van de vogels uit de omgeving.
Ter ontspanning kunt u een duik nemen in het grote zwembad of zich terugtrekken in de lounge. U kunt een game drive maken op zoek naar klein wild of u kunt wandelen langs de droge rivierbedding. Daarnaast kunt de Herero graven, het Herero dorp Ovitoto of ’de bekendste houtsnijwerkmarkten bezoeken.

Swakopmund | Swakopmund Sands Hotel

Het Swakopmund Sands Hotel combineert luxe met comfort en vanwege haar ligging aan de zee is het een ideale plek om tot rust te komen. Het hotel heeft 19 luxe kamers met alle moderne faciliteiten, daarnaast heeft het hotel een goede culinaire reputatie opgebouwd vooral door het buffetontbijt in het rustige restaurant. De lounge is een ideale plek om na een intense dag in Swakopmund te verblijven en te genieten van een drankje. Naast de game drives in Swakopmund kunt u vanuit het hotel verschillende sportactiviteiten ondernemen zoals golfen, tennissen, paard- en kameelrijden, zeilen en surfen.

Swakopmund | Swakopmund Hotel

Het Swakopmund Hotel heeft een deel van zijn charme ongetwijfeld te danken aan zijn locatie. Omgeven door de rusteloze duinen van de Namibwoestijn in het oosten en de beukende golven van de Atlantische Oceaan in het westen ligt het historische stadje Swakopmund, de poort naar de Skeleton coast. Het Swakopmund Hotel biedt u de perfecte balans tussen charme uit vervlogen tijden en de opwinding van hedendaags entertainment.

Sossusvlei | Namib Desert Lodge

Namib Desert Lodge ligt aan de rand van een rode zandstenen rotspartij op ongeveer 60 km ten noorden van Sesriem en is een ideale uitvalsbasis om de duinen te ontdekken. Tussen de bomen en palmen liggen 55 en suite kamers, het restaurant en het zwembad. U kunt hier ontspannen en genieten van onder andere gemsbokken en springbokken die vaak de nabij gelegen en verlichtte waterpoel bezoeken.

Sossusvlei | Little Kulala

Little Kulala is een kleine lodge midden in de woestijn van het Kulala Wilderness Reserve en is de mooiste lodge die u zult aantreffen in de regio. Little Kulala, biedt luxe en comfort, heeft de beste locatie in de omgeving en geeft u echt het gevoel geeft alleen op aarde te zijn.

Sossusvlei | Kulala Desert Lodge

Kulala desert lodge is een van de meest populaire lodges. De lodge bevindt zich in de Namibwoestijn, de oudste woestijn ter wereld, en biedt een prachtig uitzicht op de beroemde duinen, de omliggende bergen en de uitgestrekte open vlaktes uit de omgeving. Kulala Desert lodge ligt in een beschermd gebied waar de omgeving ongerept en oorspronkelijk is gebleven.

Kaokoland | Serra Cafema

Serra Cafema is een oase gelegen in een van de meeste onbewoonbare woestijnen ter wereld, omgeven door schaduwrijke bomen op de oevers van de enige permanente waterbron in de regio. Dit zorgt voor prachtige wildlife ervaringen die u de rest van uw leven zullen bijblijven. Overdag verkent u het grimmige en medogenloze landschap, en ’s avonds valt u in slaap met het geluid van het stromende water op de achtergrond.

Kalahari Desert | Kalahari Anib Lodge

Kalahari Anib Lodge ligt ongeveer 30 km. ten noordoosten van Mariental, in de Kalahari woestijn, de grootste zandvlakte ter wereld. Kalahari Anib ligt zeer centraal waardoor het een ideale uitvalbasis is om de omgeving te leren kennen.
In totaal telt de lodge 45 kamers, waaronder familiekamers. Deze zijn ruim en comfortabel ingericht en beschikken over alle moderne faciliteiten.

Etosha National Park | Ongava Lodge

Gelegen in een privéreservaat, op slechts een steenworp afstand van het wereldberoemde Etosha National Park, kunt u zich verheugen op een fascinerende ervaring bij de Ongava Lodge. Gelegen op de hellingen van de Ondundozonanandanaberg,kijkt Ongava Lodge uit over een waterplaats voor wildlife en het indrukwekkende landschap.

Etosha National Park | Etosha Safari Lodge

Etosha Safari Lodge ligt op 10 km. afstand van het Etosha National park op een heuvel zodat u vanuit uw kamer en het zwembad uitzicht heeft over het heuvelachtige landschap. Etosha Safari Lodge heeft 60 chalets met een eigen veranda, toilet en douche. Daarnaast is er een souvenirwinkel, een lounge en een restaurant. Vanuit Etosha Safari Lodge kunt u in een open four wheel drive halve en hele dag game drives maken in Etosha National Park.

Damaraland | Desert Rhino Camp

De indrukwekkende Etendeka Mountains domineren het landschap waarin u het Desert Rhino Camp aantreft. Door uw verblijf in het Desert Rhino Camp steunt u het Save the Rhino Trust, de organisatie die verantwoordelijk is voor het behoud van de zwarte neushoorn. Het zoeken naar en vinden van deze met uitsterven bedreigde diersoort is een onvergetelijke ervaring.

Damaraland | Damaraland Camp

Damaraland Camp, gelegen in de Huab Rivervallei, is een van de meest ongerepte wildernissen in Namibië. Eindeloze vergezichten over grimmige vlakten, oude valleien en prachtige oker-paarse bergen karakteriseren het decor tijdens uw verblijf. Ondanks de droogte, is er een verrassend grote diversiteit aan wildlife te vinden, waaronder olifanten, giraffes, gemsbokken, springbokken en zo nu en dan de cheetah.

Damaraland | Damara Mopane Lodge

Damara Mopane Lodge ligt onder mopanebomen en is een sfeervolle lodge 0 en doet denken aan een Afrikaans lemen dorpje. Damara Mopane Lodge ligt nabij het Versteende Woud (55 km), Twyfelfontein (130 km) en de Vingerkliprots (50 km) die via dagtochten prima bereikt kunnen worden.

Skeleton Coast

The Skeleton Coast is a much photographed coastline, the desert coast has rusty shipwrecks looming through the thick fog. Former sailors feared these waters, because apart from the rough sea, beaching in the Namib desert was one of the most horrible things that could happen to a sailor.  This barren land is pretty scary and a good home to a variety of birds and fish, and if you’re there, you will probably see dolphins and seals frolicking in the surf.


The Kaokoland is often described as the last true wilderness of Namibia. One of the reasons for this reputation are its local tribes, such as the Himba, whose traditional way of life has been preserved. You can visit them in their villages to learn about them. Kaokoland consists of impressive mountains and is a refuge for the rare desert elephant, black rhino and giraffe.

Safari Namibia – 14 dagen – Luxe Self Drive Safari – Culturele hoogtepunten van Namibië

Deze safari brengt u bij een aantal oerstammen, die hun rijke cultuur met u delen. Reis met eigen vervoer in four wheel drive, maak wandeltochten en zeil met een Catamaran. De reis voert langs een aantal hoogtepunten van Namibië; Etosha, Damaraland en Namibië ’s wildlife. Aangezien deze safari een self-drive is, zijn alle genoemde activiteiten optioneel. Daarnaast is het aanbod aan activiteiten te groot om hier volledig te vermelden, vraag ons naar de mogelijkheden en prijzen.




Sandboarding in Namibia

If you are adventurous and want to experience the sand dunes of the Namib Desert in a whole different way than Sandboarding is incredible for you!

With a regular snowboard and equipment you face the oldest desert in the world near Swakopmund. The adrenaline pumping through your body and because of the breathtaking views, this will be an experience you will not soon forget.

Horseback safari in Namibia

Against the backdrop of remote and spectacular desert landscapes, we offer some of the most challenging and unforgettable horse riding holidays in the world. While on a horseback safari in Namibia you will be supported by an experienced professional team. The horseback safari is fully customizable to your experience and wishes. Explore spectacular landscapes on super fit and responsive horses. These are adventures not for the faint-hearted so consider if this is an activity that suits you. Once you start you will never want to finish!

Night game drive in Namibia

Night drives in Namibia are available on privately operated reserves, concessions and guest farms and in Etosha National Park. Night drives are nice for seeing more unusual nocturnal species and since predators hunt at night a night game drive is something special.

Honeymoon safari in Namibia

A honeymoon safari in Namibia is something truly special and the options are endless.

You can choose between a luxury fly-in honeymoon; an escorted safari; a self-drive tour of Namibia or any combination you like. While doing so we will tailor these trips to your specific budget, time and interests to make it the loveliest honeymoon safari possible!

Golfing holidays in Namibia

Namibia has an incredible selection of international golf courses. Improve your swing in Namibia with more than 15 golf courses. In Namibia, you will sometimes encounter monkeys and even hippos on the green! A golfing holiday in Namibia is perfectly combinable with a great safari experience in Namibia.

Balloon flight safari in Namibia

A safari in Namibia allready quite impressive, but the view over vast plains and wildlife from the air in a safari balloon is simply stunning. To see the wildlife from balloon at a great height while hovering in the air cannot be described by words. After your balloon flight adventure in Namibia, you are treated to a delicious champagne breakfast in the bush to make it an experience of a lifetime!

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

This park is the area for trekking mountain gorillas. Trekking in Bwindi Forest Impenetrable guarantees an inspiring adventure. Bwindi is pristine and inhospitable and covers approximately 300 square kilometer of forest, mighty waterfalls and valleys with magnificent views. An adventure in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is an experience of a life time!


The capital of Namibia, Windhoek, is home to the only international airport in the country, so your safari in Namibia almost always begins in the Germany oriented capital. A large part of the Namibian population lives in this city, nevertheless unlike many other African cities, Windhoek is a clean and quiet town. It is the perfect place for you to prepare for your safari on arrival or before departure after enjoying 1001 safari impressions in Namibia.


Sossusvlei is a valley of clay soil in the middle of the Namib Desert. The images with the intense red and yellow dunes and crisp lines are a source of inspiration for any photographer. The red color of the sand is caused by the high concentration of iron.
Sossusvlei is part of the Namib Desert, the oldest desert in the world bordering the Atlantic Ocean from Swakopmund & Walvisbay southward until Lüderitz. The Namib Desert is about 80 million years old. The park covers an area of 50,000 km2 and is one of the largest national parks in Africa.


Swakopmund is a coastal municipality at the mouth of the Swakop River into the Atlantic Ocean. Swakopmund and Walvis Bay are nearby in the Erongo region. Swakopmund in cultural terms is one of the most impressive places in Namibia because of its German history. You will also find the German influences in architecture and language.

Etosha National Park

The Etosha National Park surrounds a parched salt desert known as the Etosha Pan, and is home to 4 of the Big Five - elephant, lion, leopard and rhino. The park’s waterholes support a diversity of mammals and birds, including species such as flamingos, the black-faced impala, cheetah, and Namibia’s smallest antelope, the Damara dik-dik.

Zambezi National Park

Low Zambezi National Park is located downstream of the Kariba Lake and opposite the Mana Pools National Park in Zimbabwe. This is one of the newest parks in Zambia, but the beauty of this park is the absolute wilderness. Despite the fact that the variety and quantity of wildlife is not as great as in other parks, there are spectacular opportunities to come within touching distance of the animals wandering through the Zambezi channels. The slope along the northern side of the park serves as a barrier for most of the animals, keeping them in the park.

Kalahari Desert

The Kalahari Desert is one of the oldest places on earth. It rains a lot, for desert standards at least, which allows flora and fauna thriving in this desert. The Bushmen, the original inhabitants of the Kalahari, call the Kalahari the "soul of the world."  With deep red sand dunes and endless grassy plains, the desert is a source of life. A special place is the Kuruman Kalahari, where you will find a large spring nicknamed ''the eye''. To the north lies the gigantic Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, with impressive red landscapes and a huge diversity in wildlife.


Damaraland is a fascinating area full of rock formations, dry beds and blue skies. The landscape is characterized by rocks and acacia trees. Damaraland is a desert area that extends from Etosha to Sossusfontein. Mountain peaks dominate the landscape like the Spitzkoppe in the south and the Brandberg near Uis. The main attraction of Damaraland is Twyfelfontein, the valley where ancient petroglyphs have been found. The source in the valley was dry as often as underwater so residents always had doubts about the habitability of the area. Twyfelfontein literally means fountain of doubt in Dutch.

Safari Namibië – 17 dagen – Self-Drive: Familieavontuur in Namibië

Het ruige en uitnodigende Namibië biedt alle ingrediënten voor een unieke familiesafari. De avontuurlijke route kent geweldige activiteiten, game drives, Unesco World Heritage Sites en een echte spookstad.


Game walk in Mozambique

Take a walk on the wild side, do a game walk in Malawi! A game walk safari is special and a nice way to experience African nature and its fauna. During a game walk safari in Malawi you get closer than ever to the wild life, while under protection of armed and experienced rangers.

Inhambane Strand | Massinga Beach Lodge

Massinga Beach is de ideale strandbestemming in Mozambique, gebouwd op een heuvel met prachtige vergezichten op de oceaan. Het ligt op ongeveer 90 km van Inhambane. Het bestaat uit slechts 30 luxueuze chalets, modern en gebouwd van duurzaam hardhout, en-suite badkamers, fans en airconditioning. U kunt heerlijk toeven aan de bar en genieten van een lekkere cocktail voor het diner en gezellig converseren met andere vakantiegangers als u wilt. De keuken staat garant voor veel visgerechten, dagelijks vers aangeleverd die veel lovende kritieken mogen ontvangen! Er is niets beters dan verse gamba’s uit Mozambique!

Horseback safari in Mozambique

A horseback safari in Kenya is a nice opportunity to see game and interact with wild animals from a close distance! Imagine huge herds of wildebeest and zebra extend as far as your eyes can see! On a horseback safari in Kenya you get the chance to make your way down a narrow gorge to discover a lush valley filled with wildlife. These and many different unique experiences come along with a horseback safari that you would not experience on a regular safari.

Night game drive in Mozambique

Discover Malawi's nocturnal animals on a night game drive. A night game drive is a completely different experience than a safari in broad day light in Malawi. While on night game drive in Malawi, predators come out to hunt, and the tential level raises significantly in Africa's wildlife. Once the engine is turned off you will hear all the animal sounds and above you, you will see that enchanting starry African sky.


Maputo, capital of Mozambique, with a stunning location over the bay from a narrow cliff. The town has wide streets with many acacia and jacaranda trees and has a rich colonial past. The architecture reminds you of its Portuguese colonial past and creates an enchanting atmosphere. It is a busy town and offers excellent restaurants to enjoy the ever so popular prawns!

Gorongosa National Park

Gorongosa National Park is a unique area, a region with a great diversity of wildlife species and environmental features that can't be found anywhere else in the continent. Gorongosa already has an impressive variety of animals and on a monthly basis more species are reintroduced. Large populations of oribi, waterbuck, warthog and sable antelope are found in the park, as well as large herds of elephants. A stay at Gorongosa National Park is a nice addition to your safari in Mozambique.

Bazaruto Archipelago

In the 1970s Bazaruto National Park was established to protect its marine area. Today it is the largest marine reserve in the Indian Ocean. Snorkeling, scuba diving and fishing including sailfish and marlin are some of the activities available here. The Bazaruto Archipelago has become one of Mozambique's most trendy beach destinations, but thanks to the dedication of the country to sustainable tourism, the beaches are still pristine. Pure white sand beaches and a lovely warm sea is what you will find at the Bazaruto Archipelago.

Safari Zuid-Afrika & Mozambique : 9 dagen Wild & Strand

Deze korte safari combineert het Kruger Nationaal Park met Mozambique. Het Kruger Nationaal Park heeft natuurlijk een reputatie waar je U tegen zegt! Hier kunt u twee volle dagen op zoek gaan naar wild onder begeleiding van een kundige gids vanuit een heerlijk luxe lodge. Daarna vliegt u naar Mozambique voor een viertal volle dagen aan het strand, naar believen door u in te delen met rust en relaxation of met activiteiten op- aan en in het water. Dit is een mooie korte combinatie met volop voldoening!


Game walk in Malawi

Take a walk on the wild side, do a game walk in Malawi!

A game walk safari is special and a nice way to experience African nature and its fauna. During a game walk safari in Malawi you get closer than ever to the wild life, while under protection of armed and experienced rangers.

Night game drive in Malawi

Discover Malawi's nocturnal animals on a night game drive. A night game drive is a completely different experience than a safari in broad day light in Malawi. While on night game drive in Malawi, predators come out to hunt, and the tential level raises significantly in Africa's wildlife. Once the engine is turned off you will hear all the animal sounds and above you, you will see that enchanting starry African sky.

Honeymoon in Mozambique

For an incredible honeymoon in Malawi, consider combining a Zambian safari with a short beach holiday at Lake Malawi. Create lovely and romantic memories right on the shore of Lake Malawi during your honeymoon in Malawi, while staying at a very stylish accommodation. A honeymoon in Malawi is something both of you love birds will remember for the rest of your lifes. Go for a honeymoon stroll on Lake Malawi together, it is comparable or even better than a honeymoon on any coral island.

Zomba Plateau

Malawi’s Zomba Plateau is unique. A great slab of a mountain standing at 1,800 m (6,000ft), and with peaks topping 2,000 m, it has vast tracts of cedar, pine and cypress but elsewhere the vegetation is wild and mixed. On three sides, the plateau has scarp-like edges descending from its outer rim of peaks that surround a central depression. As well as the forests, the plateau top is criss-crossed by streams and there are tumbling waterfalls and still lakes. There are roads right round the top which give access to viewpoints that offer vistas of such splendour that they were described in colonial times as “the best views in the British Empire”.


In South Malawi, between Blantyre and Mount Mulanje, are the Thyolo (pronounced “Cho’lo”) tea estates. Tea has been grown here since 1908 and the primly trimmed bushes (strictly, trees) give the whole area the appearance of a neatly kept but vast garden. Scenically beautiful, the estates are overlooked by the impressive Mount Mulanje to the east and itself overlooks the Lower Shire Valley,  which descends to the west.


Set back from the shore of  Lake Malawi is an important service and trading centre, the town of Salima. This is a very busy little town with an interesting market and all the usual services. To the east of Salima town is Senga Bay. This beautiful bay is the closest point on Lake Malawi to the country’s capital, just one and a half hours’ drive due east from Lilongwe. A broad stretch of sandy beach is host to a range of hotels, extending from  luxurious to small lodges and campsites. Longest established of them all is the colonial Sunbird Livingstonia Beach and newest is Kumbali Lake Retreat – a rustic eco lodge.

Majete Wildlife Reserve

Majete Wildlife Reserve is a unique conservation and tourist destination for all visitors. The amazing success story of recovery and restoration and the continued protection of endangered species have led Majete to become one of the most popular reserves in Malawi for wildlife and safaris. Majete lies in the Lower Shire Valley in the South West of Malawi.

Majete was once a prolific wildlife refuge but by the late 1990’s most species of large game, including elephant, had been eradicated. Remnant populations of a few resilient species remained but they had been reduced to very low, and in some cases critical numbers.

Liwonde National Park

Liwonde National Park is the home of incredible wildlife translocations and reintroductions, which has seen predators restored to the park for the first time in two decades. Situated in southern Malawi, ancient baobabs and lofty borassus palms preside over Liwonde’s small yet vibrant landscape of dense woodlands, lagoons and fertile floodplains. While having sustained high levels of poaching over the past few decades, this still productive ecosystem, sustaining over 400 species of birds, the largest elephant population in the country and a flourishing population of plains game mammals, is poised for the reintroduction of large predators. The restoration of key species and historic levels of biodiversity is re-establishing Liwonde as one of the country’s iconic wilderness areas.


Lilongwe is the capital and most populated city of the African state of Malawi. It has a population of 989,318 as of the 2018 Census, up from a population of 674,448 in 2008. The city is located in the central region of Malawi, in the district of the same name, near the borders with Mozambique and Zambia. It is an important economic and transportation hub for central Malawi. The city is named after the Lilongwe River. It is often your starting point for visits to the Lake and reserves in Zambia.

Lake Malawi

Lake Malawi is an impressive lake that runs along the Great Rift Valley. It is Africa's second largest lake, after Lake Victoria and Lake Tanganyika. Lake Malawi is a freshwater African lake shared by the nations of Malawi, Tanzania, and Mozambique. The lake occupies 20 percent of Malawi’s total area, and it has a surface area of 11,390 square miles. Lake Malawi's mean depth is 264 meters, and its maximum depth is 706 meters, according to World Lakes. The lake’s water volume is 2015 cubic miles, and this water has an estimated residency time of 114 years. In Tanzania it’s called Lake Nyasa, and in Mozambique it is known as Lago Niassa.

The lake invites you to swim and relax; it is an excellent place to finish your visit to Malawi.

Safari combination Zambia & Malawi – 15 days – Bush & Beach

This safari guarantees an authentic nature experience. You experience this in the South Luangwa National Park, which is considered one of the finest wildlife sanctuaries in the world where you will sometimes need to keep a stop as a herd of elephants is approaching and during your stay on Likoma Island in Lake Malawi.


Spotting whales and dolphins in Madagascar

From July to September you can go whale & dolphin spotting around Madagascar. From the Ile Sainte Marie, you can go spot these animals by boat. These whales are swimming from the Southpole to this part of the world to feed their young. You can also go snorkeling and enjoy all the underwater wildlife and corals. This island is also a great place to enjoy the beaches, coconotpalms and flowering lilacs and orchids.

Hiking on Madagaskar: in search of Maki’s, reptiles and amphibians

Hike the most beautiful nature areas with your guide and search for Maki's, reptiles and amphibians that are native to Madagascar. There is also an option to do this at night!

Wildlife Madagascar

Madagascar has one of the most divers native flora and fauna in the world and this is one of the reasons why tourists flock to the island.
Maki's can only be found here, the ringtail maki probably being the best well known species, thanks to the Disney movie Madagascar!

Safari Madagaskar – 14 dagen – Hoogtepunten van het Westen

Op deze safari naar het het westen van Madasgaskar maak je kennis met de hoogtepunten in het westelijk deel van het eiland. Op het programma staan baaien, bossen, rivieren, rotsformaties, baobabs en cultuur.

Safari Madagascar – 14 days – Highlights of the East

Op deze safari naar het het oosten van Madagaskar maak je kennis met de hoogtepunten in het oostelijk deel van het eiland. Op het programma staan zeldzame orchideeën, halfapen, zoetwatermeren, reservaten met lemuren, endemische fauna en een eilandverblijf.


Golf in Kenya

As golfing holiday destinations are concerned, there are few more unlikely than Kenya. Kenya is well-known for its safaris, however it is also home to incredible golfing venues. Coastal cities such as Mombasa are situated next to picture perfect beaches, which provide a unique scenery for golf courses. Nairobi, albeit busy of course, offers stunning golf courses too! Golfing holidays in Kenya’s combine golf, leisure and pure safari adventure, making it one of the most suitable countries for golfing holidays in Africa.

Monkeys and hippos will occasionally cross the golf course in Kenya, something that you can only experience in Africa. Nairobi has five incredible golf courses, in the bush and along the Kenyan coast.

Snorkeling with dolphins in Kenya

Kenya, bordering the Indian Ocean on its east side, provides abundant opportunities for snorkeling. Furthermore, the country’s shoreline features lagoons and coral reefs, creating a sheltered environment that enable marine animals to thrive. The waters in Kenyan coastal areas tends to remain warm and offer high visibility.

Big Game Fishing – The Grand Slam!

Our local charter fishing companies have their hands full with guests from all over the world. The Indian Ocean is a popular spot to try and do a Grand Slam of fishing: catching 4 Bill Fish in 24 hours. They are all there and willing to bite. Interested? Ask us about options, we will hook you up!

Honeymoon in Kenya

A honeymoon safari in Kenya will make a lasting impression on you and your lover. A honeymoon safari in Kenya is very romantic. Enjoy luxury and boutique camps in the African wilderness, a special bush dinner or a warm bath under the African sky. During your honeymoon safari in Kenya you will have a lot of privacy being together in the wilderness brings you closer to your lover.

Elephant Rescue Centre in Nairobi

Visit the remarkable elephant rescue centre in Nairobi where dedicated keepers act as mother substitutes for Kenya’s abandoned and orpaned elephants. Few things are more endearing than a baby elephant. The best place to see them and to learn about these fascinating creatures is at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Nairobi. It is named after the late naturalist who started Kenya’s Tsavo National Park.

Game walk in Kenya

If you want a real adventure, we offer incredible game walks in Kenya. Along with a guide, you will enter the bush during your game walk. A game walk means you can see the wild without the protection of a car, but do not worry you will maintain a safe distance from the big five! A game walk in Kenya is nice way to get up close and personal with the Little Five as well: rhinoceros beetle, buffalo weaver, elephant shrew, leopard tortoise and the ant lion.

Horseback safari in Kenya

A horseback safari in Kenya is a nice opportunity to see game and interact with wild animals from a close distance! Imagine huge herds of wildebeest and zebra as far as your eyes can see! On a horseback safari in Kenya you get the chance to make your way down a narrow gorge to discover a lush valley filled with wildlife. These and many different unique experiences come along with a horseback safari that you would not experience on a regular safari.

Balloon safari in Kenya

For the adventure of a lifetime we offer the unique experience of a balloon safari over the plains, forest and rivers of the Masai Mara Game Reserve, famous for its abundance of wildlife throughout the year. Lions, elephants, buffalo, hippos, crocodiles and prolific numbers of plains game are regularly seen, as are the countless species of birds both in flight and atop their lofty perches in the trees.  The annual migration of the wildebeest  & zebras from July to October is a sight that, viewed from the vantage point of a balloon is never to be forgotten.

The Great Migration of wildebeest and zebras

The migration over the months of September and October of thousands of wildebeest and zebras is a unique sight and experience. Zebra and wildebeest are always on the lookout for green grass and this green grass of course depends on the rains. Predators follow the heards, which makes for spectecular game viewing!


Watamu is known for its vast white beaches and coral reefs, which are a protected area within the Watamu National Marine Park. This beautiful coastal town was voted one of the ten most beautiful beach towns in the world. At low tide there are many pools that can be explored filled with breathtaking marine life. At Watamu you will find whale sharks, sea turtles, manta rays, lionfish and brightly colored crabs. Because the saltwater creek borders mangroves, there is also plenty of opportunity for bird watching and canoeing between astonishing vegetation.


The combined parks of Tsavo East and Tsavo West together form one of Africa’s largest nature reserves. Tsavo consists of 10 million acres of pure wilderness, savannas, several mountains and hills, acacia woodland and a large river sy0stem. The sheer size of Tsavo offers you  a chance to escape reality and explore the wilderness of Tsavo in total isolation.

Shaba National Park

Shaba is a relatively small reserve between Samburu and Mount Kenya. This park is well-known due to celebrity writer Joy Adams and her lioness Elsa.
Shaba, Buffalo Springs and Samburu form a large nature reserve in the remote parts of northern Kenya. In this unique habitat where northern and southern animals live together you will find a number of rare species, including the Gerenuk, Somalia ostrich and endangered Grevy Zebra.

Samburu National Park

With its stunning wildlife and picturesque surroundings, it is a real surprise that Samburu National Park remains one of the less visited areas of Kenya. Samburu is different from the more famous parks in Kenya because of its soothing atmosphere and authentic wildlife experience.  A visit to Samburu ensures a beautiful addition to your safari in Kenya.


Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya, is a very energetic city and the largest in East Africa. Your safari in Kenya will generally start and finish in this city.

Meru National Park

Meru National Park is unspoilt and breathtakingly beautiful. The park is straddling the equator, and is crossed by thirteen rivers which originate from numerous mountains.

Masai Mara

Masai Mara offers an absolutely unique variety of animals. The reason is that this hilly region is both humid and fertile, and is crossed by the rivers Mara and Talek, full of crocodiles and hippos, which carry water the whole year round. The banks of the rivers are covered in thick forest, which gradually makes way for bush and grassland. The abundance of water and excellent availability of food are the reasons why the Masai Mara, which in fact is a continuance of the Tanzanian Serengeti National Park, has the greatest population of wild animals in the whole of Africa.


Malindi, after Mombasa, is the second largest city on the Kenyan coast. Due to the vast sandy beaches, palm trees and protected coral reefs of Malindi Marine National Park Malindi is a popular beach destination.
The town also reveals the various historical influences of Arab traders, Portuguese Explorers, European settlers and Indian immigrants. Malindi is one of the few beach destinations with a cozy village. There are nice shops and good restaurants to be found in Malindi making it a nice addition to your safari in Kenya.

Lewa Wilderness Conservancy

North of Mount Kenya lies Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, a protected area of 55,000 acres. As a result of poaching in the 80s, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy was founded. Ever since, wild life population has grown tremendously, including many protected species. In Lewa you will have a chance to see the protected white and black rhino, Grevy zebras, lions, leopards, elephants and beautiful bird populations. In Lewa, you will find two important archaeological areas, where hand axes a million years old can be found as well as a pastoral cave.


Lamu is an island that has no equal. It is a peaceful tropical island where life takes its own pace. All transport on the island is done by mule and because there are no cars on the island Lamu has a soothing atmosphere. The only way to reach this island is by traditional dhow, the traditional transport on the sea around the island. Visitors will be enchanted by the beauty of this historic island when they walk through the streets that bring you straight back into the Middle Ages.

Lake Victoria

Lake Victoria is the second largest freshwater lake in the world and dominates the geographic area of 70,000 square kilometers. Despite its huge size, this murky lake is not so deep, only 100 meters at its deepest point. A safari in the area of Lake Victoria is an unforgettable experience.

Lake Nakuru

Lake Nakuru is located in the Rift Valley and is especially famous for its flamingo spectacle. More than one million flamingos live around this lake, which makes for a beautiful sight. But also more than 400 different species of birds (including pelicans) migrate through Lake Nakuru. The area around the lake is also habitat of lions, rhino, giraffe, buffalo, gazelles and the rare leopard.

Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha is one of the two freshwater lakes in the Rift Valley. This large shallow lake has a unique history. In the early 20’s Lake Naivasha had dried completely and brought back to life a few years later through heavy rains. While the lake looks beautiful and peaceful during day time, the water at the end of the afternoon triggered by heavy rainfall is usually full of dramatic waves. The lake’s name emphasizes this. The locals, the Maasai, had named the lake Na’iposha, meaning wild waters. The British later spelled this incorrectly as Naivasha.

Lake Baringo

Lake Baringo is located in the remote desert area of the Rift Valley, an oasis of calm and beauty in the rough, dry, yet magical landscape. Because it is a freshwater lake, Lake Baringo is a habitat for crocodiles and hippos, as well as more than 400 different species of birds including the giant Kenyan osprey. It is an enchanting lake with a number of small islands that can be reached by boat. Because the 130-square-kilometer lake is so remote, it’s not touristy. So it is really off the beaten track and a lovely addition to your safari in Kenya.


Laikipia is a remote and pristine nature reserve in Kenya. There is a huge variety in wildlife in a spectacular setting. Two rivers, the Ewaso Narok and Ewaso Ng’iro, flow through the landscape. These rivers also attract a lot of wildlife, including the largest elephant populations in Kenya.

Diani Beach

The South Coast of Kenya is a tropical paradise of white sand beaches stretched with palm trees, where the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean come together with beautiful coral reefs. The protected reefs have created perfect beaches with calm waters for you to enjoy a bit of relaxation during your safari in Kenya.

Amboseli National Park

Amboseli is renowned for its elephant populations and large herds, including some impressively tusked bulls which are drawn to a series of large, lush swamplands. This area is home to many Masai communities, centered around the Amboseli National Park. It is 400 sq kms, with its southern boundary along the Tanzanian border. Here you may have the opportunity to observe herds of wildebeest, zebra and impala graze on the open plains. There are areas of acacia forest that make for good birding and are home to many small mammals. Cheetah is also often sighted here.

Safari Kenya – 9 days Tsavo, Masai Mara, Indian Ocean

Experience Kenya the way it was meant! In nine days you will see the country at her absoluty best!

Safari Kenya – 13 days Kenya at its best and beautiful Zanzibar

This safari combines the very best Kenya has to offer with a beach holiday at incredibly beautiful Zanzibar.

Travel through the inspiring Meru National Park and the precious Masai Mara and stay at small-scale authentic safari lodges while enjoying fantastic safari activities.

Safari Kenya – 15 days – Family Adventure: trek with camels, Masai Mara and private beach house

This unique safari is a real family adventure: a combination of wildlife, unique trekking in the wild with camels, lots of wildlife in the Masai Mara and the ulitmate beach experience at the Indian Ocean.

Safari Kenya – 9 days Masai Trails – Private area Masai Mara

This nine day safari takes you to the secluded Speke’s camp in the Masai Mara. Look for wildlife together with Masai warriors. After four days travel through to the sacred forest of the Masai. This is the most spiritual place where the Masai annually get together for ceremonies and where you will have the unique opportunity to walk along with Masai Masai go exploring. You will stay in tents that are set up along the way. You will get a unique experience to the Masai culture from the inside.

Safari Kenya – 7 days Incredible Kenya

This safari combines three of the most beautiful places in Kenya in just a week: Lake Naivasha, Laikipia and the legendary Masai Mara. This safari takes you on a boat trip on Lake Naivasha, gives you the experience of doing a bush walk in the Masai Mara and has you enjoying breakfast near hippo’s!

Safari Kenya – 6 day Classical Safari

This classical safari in Kenya shows you all that makes Kenya so special within just a few days. Spot rhinos, elephants and buffaloes in Lake Naivasha from a boat. March through the bush with local guides and enjoy traditional game drives in the Masai Mara.

Safari Kenya – 6 days Safari including adventurous safari on foot with Masai

This is unique!! First you will engage with the Masai and go on a safari on foot with them. They will guide you and together you will spot the animals. After three days you will travel to the sacred forest of the Masai. This is the most sacred place of the Masai where they gather each year for their traditional ceremonies and where you will be able to explore on foot. You will stay in tents that are being erected by staff as you go. A truly unique experience to experience the Masai culture from within.

15 day club anniversary safari Kenya

Two weeks on safari with your besties, your club, your sorority or board members. Sorted from beginning to end. You will travel in a (overland) truck or in safari vehicles and the program can be as action packed as you like it. Wild Times in Kenya! The price? We should be able to keep it wihin your budget!



Zambezi National Park | Waterberry Lodge

Waterberry Lodge is situated on the banks of the Zambezi River about 22 km from Livingstone, towards Kazungula. The main double-storey lodge area overlooks the Zambezi River and the game park beyond. Upstairs the main lounge is open to the high thatch with plenty of seating and boasts a well-stocked bar and magnificent views. Meals are served in the dining area or alfresco on the sun terrace that overlooks the river.

Victoria Falls | Victoria Falls Hotel

Established in 1904, the Victoria Falls Hotel is set in the Victoria Falls National Park with a private path to the Victoria Falls. Overlooking the Victoria Falls Bridge and gorge, it is one of the most famous hotels in Africa and is renowned for its elegance and charm.

Okavango Delta | Little Kwara Camp

Little Kwara Camp is situated within the Kwara private reserve which shares a common boundary with Moremi Game Reserve. The camp has a picturesque setting overlooking the permanent waters of the Okavango Delta. Little Kwara Camp is completely separate from Kwara Camp, although it is only a five-minute drive away. It has only four tents and therefore offers an intimate wilderness experience. The large and stylishly furnished tented rooms with big shaded verandas are raised onto individual wooden platforms and each room has an en suite bathroom, partly-covered outside shower and separate toilet.

Okavango Delta | Kwara Camp

Kwara Camp is situated on a private concession on the edge of the permanent waters of the world renowned Okavango Delta in Botswana, which shares a common boundary with Moremi Game Reserve. The area offers a combination of permanent water, seasonal floodplains and pans, open grasslands as well as extensive dry bush and scrub which creates a great game viewing destination throughout the year.

Makgadikgadi | Nxai Pan Camp

Nxai Pan Camp lies hidden at the border of the Makgadikgadi Pans, offering a unique safari experience. The camp consists of eight spacious safari tents with ensuite bathrooms, harmoniously situated within the natural surroundings. The camp features a beautiful deck with stunning views, a swimming pool, an extensive library, and a small souvenir shop.

The surrounding area of Nxai Pan Camp is rich in wildlife, with abundant zebra, springbok, and other plains game, which attract predators. There are good chances to spot leopards, cheetahs, hyenas, and jackals.

Guests can participate in several activities to experience nature up close. Game drives are offered in open 4x4 safari vehicles, providing an excellent opportunity to observe wildlife. Additionally, guests can embark on safari walks guided by experienced guides. For water enthusiasts, boat safaris are available, and guided cycling tours are also an option.

Nxai Pan Camp offers an amazing array of activities in this pristine part of nature in Botswana.

Linyanti | Lagoon Camp

Lagoon Camp is situated in the Kwando Reserve, a huge private reserve covering 2,300km². Most of its western side is dense mopane forest but along the Kwando River is a band of lush riverine forest, interspersed with open plains. The area attracts superb big game, especially during Botswana’s dry season when elephants seem to be everywhere.

Chobe National Park | Pride of the Zambezi

The Pride of The Zambezi is a luxury houseboat situated on the Namibian side of the Chobe River, accessible via Kasane. The houseboat accommodates a maximum of 12 guests in comfortable en-suite cabins. The crew of five includes a captain, chef and 3 fully trained guides who will be at your service every second of the day.

Helicopter Safari Botswana

A safari in Botswana is something unforgettable and quite an adventure, but the view over vast plains and wildlife from the air in a helicopter is truly unique. Seeing the wildlife from a helicopter at a great height while hovering in the air is breathtaking.

Game Walk in Botswana

Take A Walk On The Wild Side – by doing a safari on foot, also known as a game walk. A game walk safari is a very special way to experience the African nature and its wildlife. During a game walk safari in Botswana you get within touching distance of the wild life, while under protection of armed and experienced rangers.

Horse riding in Botswana

Horse riding in Botswana? This is a very special experience. Wild Times has a number of highly professional partners who offer horse riding safaris in Botswana. You travel by horse through the national parks and stay in specially designed camps. The nice thing is that during your horse riding safari in Botswana the horses do not scare the wild, so you can come very close to the wild and in the meantime you will not encounter any other human being,a unique safari experience in Botswana.

Night game drive in Botswana

Night game drives in Botswana provide for some of the most dramatic and unusual sightings, this is an activity that you will remember for the rest of your life! A night game drive in Botswana is a time when our ancient fears rise to the surface, a time when our DNA shudders to the thought of when we were part of the natural world and were considered easy prey, but today we can experience the dramas of the night from the safety of a safari vehicle.

Victoria Falls

The Victoria Falls is one of the world’s most beautiful and romantic places. This protected World Heritage site is one of the few waterfalls in the world where one can see close to 550 million liters of water coming down from such a close range. Due to the force of the water that flows down the spray of water reaches an incredible height of 30 km.

Technically the falls are situated at the borders of Zimbabwe and Zambia, but they are often combined with a safari in Botswana.

Tuli Block

Spread along approximately eighty thousand hectares, is a long and thin fringe of land demarcating Botswana’s south-eastern border from South Africa, called the Tuli Block. The Eastern side has been declared as the Northern Tuli Game Reserve while the rest of the vast area contains a lot of privately owned game farms.

You can combine Tuli Block on a South African self-drive itinerary very well, from Johannesburg it is about 6,5 hours drive.

Savuti National Park

In the southern part of Chobe National Park lies the Savuti region, known for its lions and hyenas. On the border of Namibia lies the Linyati region best known for its large elephants population that come together in the winter months in this area.
The area is known to have many excellent cat sightings! So if you are particularly eager to spot lions and leopards, come to the Savuti or Linyanti!

Okavango Delta

The Okavango Delta is one of the world’s largest inland deltas situated in the middle of the largest stretch of continuous sand in the world – the Kalahari basin. This oasis in the middle of the desert is a rich yet fragile ecosystem, providing a life source for an incredible variety of wildlife. A wealth of species have adapted to the contrasting conditions created by living in the harsh Kalahari desert which is transformed annually with the arrival of the delta flood waters originating in Angola.

Nxai Pan National Park

Although Nxai Pan was also once part of the great super lake, it is quite different in character to the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans. It consists of a series of grass covered fossil pans dotted with islands of umbrella acacia, supporting a good variety and density of game and birdlife. This is one of the few places that springbok and impala cohabit. In the drier months, the desert landscape is dry and harsh. Game viewing at the waterhole is excellent where you may observe lion, cheetah, spotted and brown hyena, zebra, giraffe, kudu, and hartebeest, bat eared fox, jackal and sometimes wild dog and elephant.


The network of salt pans found in Botswana’s eastern regions are a striking physical feature and some of the largest of their kind in the world. The pans, huge, flat expanses of hot, sun-blasted terrain and fringed by vegetated islands and peninsulas, were once part of a great super lake that covered much of northern Botswana.


The Linyanti area lies to the north-east of the Okavango Delta were the Kwando and Linyanti rivers meet at right angles, forming a swamp area within this triangle. The area’s relative remoteness makes it a favoured safari destination. The wildlife in the Linyanti is spectacular and the region is famous for its enormous herds of elephant and buffalo which move down to the Linyanti area at the start of the winter months and only move back inland once the summer rains arrive in November.

Hotels & Lodges Botswana

Chobe National Park | Chobe Elephant Camp

Located high on the edge of a rocky ridge overlooking the famous Chobe River is the newly developed Chobe Elephant Camp. This uniquely designed lodge has been built to take advantage of the incredible views overlooking the sweeping floodplains while offering a comfortable refuge from the harsh African conditions.

Activities Botswana

Honeymoon safari in Botswana

A honeymoon in Botswana is without a doubt one of the best experiences you and your love can hope for. It is hard to get any more romantic than this: luxury and boutique camps in the African wilderness, a special bush dinner or a warm bath under the African sky. Lots of privacy and an safari experience that you two will never forget!

Highlights Botswana

Chobe National Park

The Chobe River Front is a remarkable wildlife area due to the permanent water source of the Chobe River. However its accessibility from Kasane and neighbouring towns of Victoria Falls and Livingstone has created quite a busy tourist area with larger hotels and lodges than you find in the more remote Okavango Delta and Savuti/Linyanti areas. The spectacle of all the animals coming to drink and frolic at the water’s edge is one to behold, particularly in the dry season (May – Oct) when water is scarce away from the river.

Safaris Botswana

Safari Botswana – 11 days – Delta and Nxai Pan

This safari in Botswana combines the swamp area of the Okavango Delta and the vast Nxai Pan salt pans. There is a variety of activities: game walks, game drives and boat safaris on the river that give you the chance to spot wildlife from a very close distance.

Safari Botswana – 7 days – Okavango Delta & Linyanti – Elephants & Wild dogs

This short safari will take you to the Okavango Delta and the Linyanti region in Botswana. The focus will be on safaris by boat and by mokoro (dug out canoe) in the Delta and on elephants in the Linyanti.

Safari Botswana – 6 day safari – The other migration

Botswana obviously has on the most unique ecosystmes in the world in the Okavango Delta, but the vast and fascinatin deserts also tell a beautiful story. The Nxai Pan and the Boteti river harbour one of the main best secrets!



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